Rudolph: The Red-Nosed Reindeer  [Dutch Import]
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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (the movie) (1998). Import from The Netherlands with English soundtrack.
(Can be switched IN THE DVD MENU OR REMOTE CONTROL) Rudolph is a reindeer who is ridiculed because of his bright red nose. He runs away to the North Pole, where he is befriended by Slyly the Fox (voiced by Eric Idle) and Leonard the polar bear (Bob Newhart). However, when young doe Zoey is kidnapped by evil ice queen Stormella (Whoopi Goldberg), Rudolph teams up with Santa (John Goodman) to come to her rescue.
Competing with the time-tested, 1964 original Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, with the abominable snowman, the misfit toys, the lovably clunky motion, and Burl Ives as narrator, is no easy task. So this feature-length, animated musical skirts a straight squaring-off of versions. The storyline is a bit more complex, with the abominable snowman's antagonist role played by the Whoopi Goldberg-voiced Ice Queen, Stormella, and Rudolph's running buddies depicted as a polar bear (excellently voiced by Bob Newhart) and, not surprisingly, a cutesy doe, Zoey. The animation is first-rate and completely convincing, making this new Rudolph ideal for the discriminating 3- to 7-year-old viewer. Stormella looks for all the world like a hybrid of King Triton and Ursula, the Sea Witch from Disney's The Little Mermaid. As for the story, none of it is either heavyhanded on the good vs. evil front for the younger set, or so sappy that it's intolerable for adults. As with so many animated features this decade, the presence of seasoned actors with experience in comedy makes for dialogue that's entertainingly nuanced. Since there are moments of tension and conflict, the comic relief is important and unmistakable, even for younger viewers. The themes are the same as the original, and the ultimate embrace by Santa (done well by John Goodman) of Rudolph's difference still packs a good lesson.
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good. wish i didnt have to keep changing the language though to englishPublished 7 days ago by Rachael
This dvd was in another language so could not look at it a total waste of money !!!!!Published 5 months ago by m.dowling
This purchase for sentimental reasons very pleased with the purchase although it is a Dutch import it plays in English just had to take the Dutch subtitles off, the quality isn't... Read morePublished 6 months ago by linda best
Very upset to find out that it's in Dutch and it's not even a prober dvd it's been copyied ! My little boy was very upset he couldn't watch itPublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Film is in German until start of movie yet this is not mentioned when buying dvdPublished 7 months ago by Paula Williams