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HAPPY ELF, THE

What to know: Based on the Grammy-winner Harry Connick, Jr.
KIDS FIRST ENDORSED HAPPY ELF, THE is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 4-8
45 minutes
DVD
ANCHOR BAY ENTERTAINMENT
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Kids liked it a lot, especially the humorous elves. "I would watch it at Christmas." "Eubie gets to go to Bluesville and try to cheer up the town so the kids can get a visit and presents from Santa." "It was neat that the elves could pull their hats down and travel to different places." This is a funny movie. Eubie and his friends really want the kids in Bluesville to be on the "Nice" list, and try hard to fix things for them.
Based on the Grammy-winner Harry Connick, Jr.'s original song, "The Happy Elf" is a delightful animated adventure that tells the story of Eubie, one of Santa's helpers. Eubie's overly optimistic outlook is put to the test when he decides to bring Christmas joy to a sad little town called Bluesville. Will Eubie's unbridled enthusiasm be too much for the town's austere authority? Featuring the voice and brand-new holiday songs of Harry Connick, Jr. and the voice talents of Carol Kane, Lewis Black, Rob Paulsen and Mickey Rooney. Adult Juror Comments: Very encouraging. Happy Elf breaks the rules in order to do what is right for the townspeople, but it's the only way to accomplish his goal. Good ending, especially when we learn that Bluesville changes its name. A fun Christmas movie with endearing characters and a good message about being joyful no matter what.
Based on the Grammy-winner Harry Connick, Jr.'s original song, "The Happy Elf" is a delightful animated adventure that tells the story of Eubie, one of Santa's helpers. Eubie's overly optimistic outlook is put to the test when he decides to bring Christmas joy to a sad little town called Bluesville. Will Eubie's unbridled enthusiasm be too much for the town's austere authority? Featuring the voice and brand-new holiday songs of Harry Connick, Jr. and the voice talents of Carol Kane, Lewis Black, Rob Paulsen and Mickey Rooney.
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