JOLLY OLD ST. NICHOLAS

 

 

SYNOPSIS

It's Christmas season on the farm and everybody is getting ready for a big talent show. Scuddle Mutt and Clawdia dress up as elves and prepare to sing "Jolly Old St. Nicholas” when the Santa Claus makes an unexpected stop and mistakes the two for his own elves. Whisking them away, Santa's real elves are left behind to sing and dance in the show, while Scuddle Mutt and Clawdia are taken on a sleigh ride they'll never forget!

 
CREDIT LIST
 

Produced by...................


Jerry Reynolds
Russ Harris
Michael N. Ruggiero

   
Written & Directed by.....

Jerry Reynolds
Russ Harris
   
Story by..........................

Russ Harris
Jerry Reynolds
   
   
CAST  
   

Scuddle Mutt
O'Toole the Mule
Oakie ............................



Jerry Reynolds
   
Clawdia Cat
Posey Honk ...................

Rachel Rutledge
   
Santa Claus.................... Andy Kuhn
   
Poinsettia Pig ................ Lisa Buetow
   
Doakie............................ Russ Harris
   
Mother Sheep................ Natalie Bridegroom Harris
   
Hecklers.........................

Michael N. Ruggiero
Andy Kuhn
   
   
PRODUCTION  
   
Music and Lyrics............

Jerry Reynolds

   
Dialogue Director........... Russ Harris
   
Production Coordinator....................
Rachel Rutledge
   
Animation......................



Charlie Cooper
Andy Kuhn
Kyle Hayworth
Jerry Reynolds
   
Backgrounds................. Andy Friz
   
Ink & Paint
Supervisor.....................

Rachel Rutledge
   
Ink and Paint.................

Reneé Sando
Adrienne Waits

   
Animation Camera........ James Workman
   
Production Assistants.....



Natalie Bridegroom Harris
Corey McCafferty
Jason Miller
Erin Vernon
   
Sound Re-recording.......

Steve McQueary
TRC Studios
   
   
   
© 1994 Perennial Pictures Film Corporation.

CATEGORY
TV Special, Christmas

FORMAT
Half hour

EPISODE
1 x 30 minutes

PRODUCTION NOTES
Released in syndication December 1994.  Premiered on FOX FAMILY CHANNEL December 1996



Home Video Source
 

THE ARTISTS ~

JAMES WORKMAN shooting the show on
the RB-300 Animation Camera Stand
(Click pic for larger image.)
     
     
 
 

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