Wednesday, October 12, 2011

The Elf on the Shelf: An Elf's Story - New Cartoon Animation!

MOVIE REVIEW


The Elf on the Shelf: An Elf's Story

Network: CBS

Original Air Date: November 25, 2011

*Available on DVD: November 26, 2011

*A new animated feature based on the best-selling holiday children's book!



CAST:

unknown voices




*Image from CBS - Click to Enlarge


PLOT:


From http://elfontheshelf.com:

Nine-year-old Taylor McTuttle has reached a crossroads. Does he believe Santa Claus really knows who is naughty or nice? Does he even believe in Santa Claus anymore?

An Elf’s Story is the inspirational tale of Chippey, the young scout elf who is assigned by Santa to restore Taylor’s belief in Christmas magic. When the boy breaks the number one Elf on the Shelf rule, Chippey loses his Christmas magic; the entire McTuttle family loses its scout elf, and both Taylor and Chippey lose their self-respect. Through the power of love and forgiveness, both of them learn that true belief cannot be taught.

Destined to be a beloved family Christmas classic, An Elf’s Story is filled with fun, music and the timeless message that Christmas is something we carry in our hearts.



from CBS Press Release:

The CBS Television Network will present THE ELF ON THE SHELF: AN ELF'S STORY, a new animated feature based on the best-selling holiday children's book The Elf on the Shelf, to be broadcast on CBS as a special presentation on Friday, Nov. 25 (8:30 - 9:00 PM, ET/PT).

THE ELF ON THE SHELF: AN ELF'S STORY follows one of the many scout elves from the North Pole who helps Santa Claus determine who to put on the naughty and nice lists. Named "Chippey" by his adoptive family, the elf is assigned to help a young boy, Taylor McTuttle, who struggles to believe in the magic of Christmas.

The Elf on the Shelf is a popular children's storybook created by Carol Aebersold and her daughters, Chanda Bell and Christa Pitts, who self-published the book through their company CCA and B. The story was inspired by an Aebersold family tradition featuring their own pixie elf, Fisbee, who appeared in their home every holiday season. Since 2005, The Elf on the Shelf has sold nearly two million copies.



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3 comments:

  1. Why does EVERYTHING have to be computer animated now? Still, looks like a fun special!!

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  2. I hate the abundance of computer animation more than anybody, but this was a cute special, and I hope its on every year, so when I have kids it can be a tradition (along with the book and doll/action figure).

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  3. I just recently learned what is an elf on the shelf. Can't wait for this movie though, it looks so cute.

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