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O Christmas Tree

O Christmas Tree (1994) - The Real Story Of... Cartoon Episode Guide

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  • CINAR Films, France Animation, Western Publishing Company, CTV Television, TeleFilm
  • Distributed by: Golden Book Video
  • Cartoon Characters: Tannenbaum/Piney, King Winter, Anneka.
  • Voice Actors: Debbie Harry, John Ritter.
  • First Aired on January 17, 1994.
  • Originally Aired on TeleFilm.
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • Color
  • France  France / Canada  Canada

Cartoon Summary:


King Winter proclaims that all trees must shed their leaves by Christmas Eve. But when a brave evergreen called Tannenbaum meets a little girl called Anneka, he...  (more)

Cartoon Production Information:


This show was originally produced for a Canadian Saturday morning anthology series called The Real Story Of...; this show first aired in Canada in 1991-2. Release date reflects first U.S. showing on...  (more)

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