Over 14 million viewers every year. U.S. network TV’s longest-running, highest-rated holiday special follows the adventures of young Rudolph® one stormy Christmas Eve. Shunned by the other reindeer because of his red nose, Rudolph® becomes a hero when he uses his nose as a guiding light to help Santa Claus deliver presents to children all over the world. Featuring the voice of Burl Ives.
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Come on root root root of the word rose reindeer is the movie
There is not one big cosmic meaning for all, there is only the meaning we each give to our life.
@&!$ this. Most annoying melody, bullying, and just plain awful. I wish this never existed...
It wouldn’t be Christmas without watching Rudolph the red nose reindeer... it’s a must-see around the holidays.. I remember the first time I saw this when I was about four or five years old.. I watch it every year and I’m going on 58 now..
Who doesn’t love the Red Nosed Reindeer??? Always have to watch during the Christmas Holidays.
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