Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas In July

Released 1979


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Jules Bass , Arthur Rankin, Jr.
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Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July is a 1979 animated family fantasy film by directors Jules Bass and Arthur Rankin Jr., the sequel to their 1964 Christmas special Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. When the evil wizard king Winterbolt (Paul Frees) awakens from a multiple year long enchanted sleep, which Lady Borealis sent him into as punishment for his evil activities, he is no nicer than he ever was. Upon learning that Lady Borealis put the last of her magic in Rudolph's glowing red nose, Winterbolt becomes single minded in his goal to get rid of Rudolph and take over from Santa Claus (Mickey Rooney), once and for all. The kind-hearted Frosty the Snowman (Jackie Vernon) provides the perfect opportunity to Winterbolt to work his evil, so Winterbolt sets out to trick Frosty. Winterbolt offers Frosty an enchanted amulet that will allow him, and his family, to attend the Fourth of July Circus in which Rudolph is to star, without melting in the heat. The catch is that the charm will only work until the end of the event and then a quick exit will be necessary. Santa Claus is to pick Frosty and family up, but he will not make it on time if Winterbolt has anything to say about it! Add to that a jealous reindeer, Scratcher (Alan Sues), who wants to make Rudolph seem like the evil one in front of his friends and fans, and Rudolph and Frosty have their hands full. Check out Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July for some holiday fun that proves that Christmas does not have to be limited to once per year.moreless

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