Bad Bibi didn’t make Christmas post, just one on Christmas Music. I know that Christmas is over, but I was collecting some links in the last few months and this is the result. I had a lot of work, so I won’t leave these links, and they are fun at any time in the year. I divided them by subject so you can go directly to you favourite session, or not. If you want more images and links go to the fantastic Santa and Me! – Vintage photos with Santa, but there are more than just images. I hope you enjoy!
A Peanuts Christmas: The Peanuts gang discovers that they have magical powers.
Christmas Story in 30 seconds with the Bunnies.
It’s a Wonderful Life in 30 seconds with bunnies.
Ornaments: is a computer-animated short about a mischievous, little Christmas decoration with a hunger for some milk and cookies.
The Spirit of Christmas was the 1995 animated short film that launched South Park. In 1992, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, then students at the University of Colorado, made Jesus vs. Frosty (also known as A Christmas Story), in which four young boys make a snowman which comes to life and begins to kill them off. Watch or download this animation on The Spirit of Christmas – Official Distribution Site, that also has Jesus vs. Frosty.
Cartoon-O-Rama presents some images of Huckleberry Hound and the Christmas Sleigh.
Scrapiteria had a week with the theme Christmas. To see the fifteen works realised, just follow the links to down, from the last post Little Orphans in the Snow. My favourites are Naughty or Nice?, Scrapiteria: Christmas Card 2 and Sledjacking.
Sinterklaas: illustraties. Vintage book illustrations of Sint Nikolaas.
And fuck Easter too is a post of Suzanne G with many cool Christmas links to games, animation, illustration and more. Check it out.
A Christmas Memory read by Truman Capote with music by Irving Joseph is available at Basic Hip Digital Oddio.
Storynory – Free children’s stories for your iPod. A very nice site but you don’t need to have an iPod to listen them. There are Christmas stories and fairy tales, Dickens’ A Christmas Carol and more.
Christmas word, his origin and meaning at Podictionary.
Christmas present from The Penguin Podcast: the Penguin Books podcast posted the complete audio book of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol read by Geoffrey Palmer. Super! But will only be available until the new year. So, don’t wast more time and subscribe to the podcast or get the episode 1, episode 2, episode 3, episode 4 and the final episode. (via Suzanne G.)
Datajunkie Christmas posts with Christmas radio shows: Have yourself a SUSPENSEful Christmas…, Christmas Crimestoppers on the Air!, A Boris Karloff Kristmas! and Having a SUSPENSEful Christmas, wish you were here….
Radio Memories Network episodes for this special date: Christmas Command Performance, Six Shooter, Fibber McGee & Molly Christmas Show, WXCI Memories 04 – Christmas, Boston Blackie, A Jack Benny Christmas, The Great Gildersleeve and Merry Christmas! with Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
Santa’s Journal: yes Santa Claus has a blog! So why is it in the audio session? Well, he has a podcast, but who speaks is Lanny, probably some of his elves. Go wish him a Merry Christmas. (via pointblog)
Cinematical 12 days worth of special holiday content. Just follow the link to find all the posts.
Cookies and milk for Santa: don’t leave the milk to him!
And it continuous on Christmas Linkdump II!