Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer (1964 Classic) Full movie

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Tom Zweifel says:

Watched this with my daughter tonight some 40 years after I saw it for the
first time myself. 

XYlophonetreeZ says:

Ha, they gave Rudolph a kid’s voice but Clarice and Fireball just sound
like middle-aged 60′s people even though they’re supposed to be the same

kash latief says:

Thanks for posting it never seen it but heard of it byye

samiiohboi says:

All time favourite Christmas movie!

Venom The Dark says:

thank you

Lori Capobianco says:

I saw it on cbs! my favorite part is when Rudolph got to pull santa’s

Dee Gilliam says:

classic movie, Rudolph is the man…..or

Chris Charlez says:

I love ot thanks for posting it it is my favorite movie :-) 

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Jackie Caron says:

I love this cartoon! Loved it since I was young! Never miss a year watching

retsbit elocin says:

Thanks for posting this!

Klos1neMN says:

Thanks for posting, I gotta see this movie at least once every Christmas.

Fuilleverte says:

I never noticed before but Santa is missing 2 reindeer. there only 6
behind Rudolph..

Elizabeth Forbes says:

my copy isn’t working so Im gonna watch this one

Casey Porter says:

I love the idea of you putting it on YouTube.

Stepen C says:

Thank You I love this movie

nerve bang says:

I’ve been watching this great move since i was a boy. And every time i see
this it brings back great memories well done!!

sauquoit13456 says:

On this day in 1964 {December 3rd} the stop-motion animation special
“Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer” debut on the CBS-TV network…
Actor/folk singer Burl Ives provided the voice for Sam the Snowman…
R.I.P. Mr. Ives {1909 – 1995}…

mkl62 says:

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer premiered today (December 3) in 1964 on CBS.
One of my all-time favorites.

Mike s Fogg says:

merry Christmas & Happy new Years 2014, from the Preaching Hitch-hiker,
Mexican Water, Arizona.

D. Scott Whitaker says:

Remember life pre-cable TV and before the PC or VHS. Back when you walked
across the room to change the channel on the TV and when you did, you only
had 4 channels to choose from…a few more maybe if you count the UHF
channels. This show came on only one time or perhaps twice on regular
public TV back then during the season and in our family, when I was a kid
in the mid 70′s it was huge event. Back then you made popcorn on the stove
because only rich people had microwaves…lol and microwave popcorn wasn’t
around yet anyways. Takes me back to a way simpler and happier time…sure
wish I could go back!

Chris Charlez says:

I love ot thanks for posting it it is my favorite movie :-) 

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