Technically they did show up in the "Miser Bros Christmas" special; but their back stories and some of the names are completely made up by me, ah! Meanwhile, the Miser Brothers are feuding again, but they must temporarily set their differences aside for their family reunion with their Mother Nature. Click or tap the score bar to select your rating. It appeared on Google Drive on December 3rd, 2018. During the featurette, they talk about how it was a dream of theirs to be part of their own animated Christmas special. Thanks Mate, and yeah it bums me out that he passed away also. The attention to detail on these types of movies can make or break a film and in this case I think that they have done the original animation justice. That certain Human is Elsa for my crack-pairing of Snow Miser and Elsa. Luv to see more of these guys! Warner Bros. As far as stop-motion animation goes, I think that the folks at Cuppa Coffee Studios have done a great job. As for the quality of the music, I can’t say that any of them are going to become Christmas classics. Wouldn't Father From Jack Frost 1979 be Snow Miser's Father? Who is this "certain human" you refer to when you discussed Snow Miser? Starring Mickey Rooney, reprising his role as Santa Claus from the holiday classic The Year Without a Santa Claus, A Miser Brothers’ Christmas tells … I think what makes the show worth the time is the special attention to detail in both the character animation and in the sets. That being said, there’s nothing particularly bad about the new songs. The stop motion animation process is always very unique and it is amazing to see how much effort goes into the production of the special. The cover features the two brothers surrounded by numerous decorative Christmas ornaments and Santa Claus. With them fighting again, Santa has no choice but to drive the sleigh as North Wind planned. Forgot to add in the "Winter" part. She responds that North Wind would take control instead. The plot is that the feuding Miser Brothers attend their family reunion with Mother Nature and their fellow siblings North Wind, Earthquake, Thunder and Lightning, and the Tides. As a musical, I’m not sure it is very successful, but the songs are harmless and don’t really detract from enjoying the show. It features interviews with Bronwen Kyffin (animator), Melissa Nicoll (Puppets Department Head), Aaron Woodley (Animator), Lynda Craigmyle, Brenda Baumgarter (Puppet Builder), Samara McAdam (Wardrobe), Rob White and Allan Meuse (Set Department), Susan Hart (Castin/Voice Director), and Chris Morris (Post Production Supervisor). In the beginning, Snow Miser and and Heat Miser are still in a feud with each other. Beginning his machinations, North Wind sends two of his minions to crash Santa's Super-Sleigh, causing Santa to injure his back after falling in the middle of a fight between the brothers as he unintentionally crosses into their domain. The back cover features more ornaments with some of the other characters on the show including Tinsel, Mrs. Claus, Mother Nature, North Wind, and assorted elves and a reindeer. Only Mickey Rooney (Santa Claus) appears in a brief sound bite about how it was to be Santa Claus. As a punishment, Mother Nature makes them in charge of Christmas. This time, he makes it look like Snow and Heat Miser were responsible. Fed up with their rivalry, and as a punishment for their mischief, Mother Nature puts the two brothers in charge of Santa’s duties until he recovers. While the featurette itself is interesting, I wish they could have had more interviews with the voice actors. In the original story, the Miser Brothers, Heat Miser and Snow Miser, argue over a request from Mrs. Claus to permit snow on Christmas in South Town. With Santa still not fully out of the picture, the North Wind continues with his plan of getting rid of Santa Claus. !. It all comes down to the two main characters and their charisma as they play off of one another. It is then up for Heat and Snow Miser to put aside their differences so that they can take over Santa’s duties at the North Pole, including overseeing toy-making at Santa’s workshop. That is what is entertaining to watch and it makes for a fun special to watch at Christmas. The film is featured in a matted 1.78:1 widescreen aspect ratio. Upon finding one of North Wind's Christmas cards with him dressed as Santa, the Misers realize the truth about their brother and comprehend his plan. Their production company, Rankin/Bass, was responsible for some of the best-known Christmas specials of the television age including Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman, Santa Claus is Comin’ To Town, and The Year Without Santa Claus, among others. It is then up to the two brothers to put aside their differences and save Christmas from the jealous North Wind. Animated Classic or Back To The Drawing Board? In 2001, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and the Island of Misfit Toys was released by Goodtimes. The making of feature is called “What Makes Stop Motion Go” (23:17) and it focuses on recreating the stop-motion world of Rankin/Bass. The feuding Miser Brothers attend their family reunion with Mother Nature and their fellow siblings North Wind, Earthquake, Thunder and Lightning, and the Tides. FINALLY, someone drew the whole family ! The brothers' is revealed showing they've been on Santa's naughty list for mutual bickering. Self-absorbed and vain, North Wind becomes fixated with the idea of replacing Santa Claus as a way to achieve personal glory. While not really a sequel to the classic Rankin/Bass cartoon, the story attempted to create several parallels to the original special. North Wind passively asks Mother Nature what might happen if Santa would be unable to complete his duties on Christmas. Sensing his opportunity to shine and be loved by kids all over the world, the North Wind sets out on a plan to sabotage Santa’s new Super Sleigh. With North Wind thwarted, the brothers learn they've finally made the nice list and deliver the gifts to each other in the process, making peace between them and ending their feud. Miser Family Reunion. Yes, that's what I meant. The feuding Miser Brothers attend their family reunion with Mother Nature and their fellow siblings North Wind, Earthquake, Thunder and Lightning, and the Tides. Tino's Adventures of A Miser Brothers' Christmas is another Weekenders crossover Christmas special made by Frogadier55, Sonic876 and Punkasaurus0530. Experiment with DeviantArt’s own digital drawing tools. Share your thoughts, experiences and the tales behind the art. The story itself is standard Christmas fare with a message about brotherly love and family. Hiya!! Upload your creations for people to see, favourite and share. Meanwhile, it takes a look back into the brothers’ history on the naughty and nice list by Mrs. Claus to remind them that their bond as brothers is stronger than any rivalry they may have.,,,,, There are no additional inserts included inside the case. Despite what she told North Wind before and having been informed by Mrs. Claus about what happened to Santa, Mother Nature assigns the Miser Brothers the responsibility of running the toy factory. As far as American Christmas specials are concerned, one the undisputed leaders of the genre are the animated specials created by Arthur Rankin Jr. and Jules Bass. Animation (December 13, 2008), Warner Home Video (October 6, 2009), single disc, 44 mins plus supplements, 1.78:1 aspect ratio, Dolby Digital 5.1, Not Rated, Retail: $19.98. This is ingenious! Tino's Adventures of A Miser Brothers' Christmas/Transcript. Also more than that I just wanted a million different variations of the miser song. Are these all Canon Characters?? Hopefully this will be better than the live action made for TV movie that was done in the last couple of years. On Christmas Eve, North Wind's minions surreptitiously attach heating and cooling units to the sleigh, apparently capable of heating or cooling entire regions of the planet. Warner has released this film in a standard black keepcase with a cardboard slipcase. Meanwhile, North Wind attacks Santa's sleigh in flight, whipping up a vortex to consume Santa but the Miser Brothers, with the aid of Tinsel and a team of young reindeer, save Santa in the nick of time. They both reluctantly travel to Mother Nature's home in order to attend a family reunion. Unfortunately for the Miser Brothers, the same day that the sabotage plan takes place, they are fighting each other by throwing snowballs and fireballs at one another. Today, many of these cartoons continue to be re-broadcast and some new animated sequels have been created based on the original stories. They go into detail about the relationship between the Miser Brothers and about the unique challenges of creating puppets and sets for the stop-motion animation cameras. Two classic Rankin/Bass characters, Heat and Snow Miser, are back for their own holiday special. The discovery causes the Miser Brothers to blame each other. Their fighting continues as they move through several workshop stations. Watching the interviews, we get a good sense of how much fun it must have been to design and create the different puppets. In the end, the two opposing forces find a way to work together to take down North Wind and save Christmas for everyone. This time, the boys are accused of causing an accident involving Santa’s new super sleigh. Even today, despite new Christmas specials created every year, few ever become perennial favorites like the ones created by Rankin/Bass. However, North Wind hatches a plan to destroy their truce and get them fighting again, leaving Santa to deliver the toys and giving North Wind the chance to finish him off. Despite his dashing appearance and veneer of flattery and devotion toward Mother Nature, North Wind is far more malevolent than either of his brothers. it's great seeing full body drawings of them all. I don’t know if A Miser Brothers’ Christmas will become a new Christmas classic, but it does serve as a good companion to the original A Year Without Santa Claus. After Santa leaves, Tinsel discovers the super-sleigh has been sabotaged, which stops the Misers' fight as they realize that neither of them was responsible for injuring Santa. This includes the most recent update to the Rankin/Bass library – A Miser Brothers’ Christmas. I did not actually like the opening number which I thought was slightly off-tune. Snow Miser, alongside his twin brother Heat Miser return in the sequel, where they play a much more heroic role than their previous appearance. Sunset Shimmer, Sci-Twi, Spike the Dog, The Human Mane 5, Scooby-Doo, Shaggy Rogers, Fred Jones, Daphne Blake, Velma Dinkley, Serena and the Sailor scouts will guest stars in this short film. This is due to the unique storytelling talents of the writers, the memorable songs used on the shows, and the unique stop-motion animation techniques that nearly defined the style for years to come. A Miser Brothers' Christmas. I don’t think it had anything to do with the performers, and probably had more to do with the actual orchestration. A Miser Brothers’ Christmas begins with Mrs. Claus telling the story of how Christmas was almost cancelled for the year. Where did you get the names of forestry, sunshine and nightfall? It all begins with Santa Claus in the North Pole where his trusted mechanic, Tinsel, shows off the Super Sleigh, a super-fast sleigh that will help Santa do his job in record time. Meanwhile, the Miser Brothers are feuding again, but they must temporarily set their differences aside for their family reunion with their Mother Nature.

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