Wednesday, October 31, 2012

(2012 Holiday Gift Guide) The First Christmas: The Story of the First Christmas Snow Review

Earlier this month, Warner Brothers released The First Christmas: The Story of the First Christmas Snow to Deluxe-Edition DVD.  This movie was animated by Rankin/Bass (think Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer).  This is such a great story and will definitely be one that we watch as a tradition for years to come!  Although this movie was released in 1975, I'm pretty sure that this was the first time I've seen it.  It's a story about a boy who becomes blind and is taken in by nuns.  Lucas, the boy, has never seen snow and they describe it for him.  He is chosen to play an angel in the Christmas Pageant and it snows during the play which works a small miracle.  This is a wonderful story of the true meaning of Christmas and it was a joy for my family and I to share!  We will be watching it several more times this holiday season!  This is a great movie to share with your loved ones this holiday season.

Unwrap a Christmas miracle with this new deluxe edition DVD! Give your family a holiday to remember with this unforgettable story about the true meaning of Christmas from the animation powerhouse Rankin/Bass (Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer)! After Sister Theresa (voiced by Angela Lansbury) rescues an orphan shepherd boy from a lightning storm, she lovingly nurses him back to health. However, the boy suffered injuries during the storm and wakes up blind and discouraged in his new surroundings. With Sister Theresa’s help, the pint-sized shepherd with the king-sized heart learns that seeing goes deeper than what your eyes show you. Together, they discover that unconditional love can overcome any obstacles. Celebrate the gift of love with your family this holiday as you experience this fully remastered deluxe edition DVD!


You can purchase your very own copy of The First Christmas: The Story of the First Christmas Snow on Amazon for only $11.99!

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