11 Classic Cartoon Christmas Specials


When I was little, my sister and I spent every Christmas at my grandma’s house with my dad. And the one thing we absolutely loved to do was watch Christmas cartons, especially the Christmas specials. Some of the movies in my previous list, 14 Greatest Christmas Movies, have a few themes that I don’t think are a appropriate for little children.

So it’s always nice to have kid friendly option for those of us who have small siblings, children and other family members. Plus, it’s always nice to get get in touch with you inner child.The list is made up mostly of Christmas classics, made long before the 2000s, but again they are classics and they are awesome. There may be some repeat offenders on this list, from my previous post.

11 Classic Cartoon Christmas Specials

1. Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas

This 1966 edition of the classic Dr. Seuss movie is so great. Definitely a nice watch for the entire family.

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2. The Year Without Santa Claus

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“He’s Mr. Heat Miser, he’s mister 101”! This is my movie!!!!! I remember my sister and I watching this movie practically every week on ABC Family when we were younger.

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3. Tom and Jerry: A Nutcracker Tale


Its always a great time with Tom and Jerry. This is a great laugh.

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4. Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town


This is a 1970 classic and it is still going strong in 2019. Be sure to check this one out this Christmas.

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5. Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas


Daffey Duck as Mr. Scrooge? What could be better? I can still hear that crazy duck squeal all now.




6. The Smurf’s: A Christmas Carol


As grown as I am now, I still love the smurfs. Little blue woodland creatures? What’s not to love?




7. Mickey’s A Christmas Carol


It’s Mickey Mouse! All children have some memory of Mickey and Mini, they are kid staples! Even more awesome is this adaptation of the classic story.

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8. Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmas


“Once Upon A Christmas” With a title like that you know it has to be a good one and it definitely is. If you watch one movie this Christmas, make sure it’s this one.

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9. Frosty the Snowman


“Frosty the snowman, Was a jolly happy soul, With a corncob pipe and a button nose, And two eyes made out of coal.” Love it!!! Awesome movie, awesome songs and I do love to sing-a-long.

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10. The Legend of Frosty The Snowman





11. Mickey’s Twice Upon A Christmas


And of course another Mickey! When it’s nice, you have to do it twice. Mickey hit us once again with this entertaining Christmas film.

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I tried as best as I could to find the YouTube copies of all these movies for those of you who may not be interested in purchasing it. But for those of you who do want the memorobilia, or just the convenience of having it purchased, be sure to check out the Amazon links.

Happy Watching Chroniclers. Merry Christmas!!

Published by Keela's Chronicles

Keela's Chronicles was started by Jann Jacobs, a wife, entrepreneur and aspiring author. Jann created this blog to share her personal experiences, about faith and the road to turning her passion and life purpose into a profit. She believes whole-heartedly in the principles of the scripture Proverbs 18:16, "A man's gift makes room for him, and brings him before great men". Thus, she uses her gifts not only to inspire others but also to make a living, and she believes that everyone has the potential to do the same.

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