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The bird is played by Patti La Belle and the little girl's cat is Eartha Kitt, who is also the narrator, which begs the question, why isn't this special amazing?
Suzanne Collins, the author of the Hunger Games was one of the writers on this special.
Basically a magical Christmas partridge (a la, a partridge in a pear tree) comes and helps a little girl's dad get over his song writers block.
Also there's a lady who runs an animal shelter because animals aren't allowed in the apartments.
This sequel follows the story of Solomon and the silver bells and honestly I think it's really beautiful.
This whole special is pretty depressing and there isn't any Christmas "magic" till the end.
It's one of the things I look forward to all year but as time has gone on, ABC Family has been showing more and more of its own made for TV Christmas movies and less of the classic Rankin Bass specials I loved as a child. Nestor, the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey, 1977Cheer: 4/10Music: 2/10, 3 songs Nostalgia: 4/10Total: 10/30Whenever I get into the Christmas mood outside of December I typically watch this special because it's super easy to find.
I watch these specials all throughout the year, but there's something really magical about watching them in December when your house is decorated and you're bundled up in blankets drinking hot chocolate. I think I may have watched this one too much during the year for me to like it now.
It's actually not that bad, it has good music but it's essentially just a Christmas Carol. And then he pretty much becomes Santa and gains immortality.
I think it would be a lot better if it was stop animation but I'm super biased. I kind of want to read the original book, the story is pretty crazy and the stop-motion in this one (at least for people) is really smooth.12.