Holiday Family Movie Night Recommendation: Santa’s Apprentice and The Magic Snowflake DVD Double Feature #HolidayMagic

Holiday Family Movie Night Recommendation: Santa’s Apprentice and The Magic Snowflake

The holiday season is my favorite time of year for television viewing. Mostly because of holiday specials. Movies, films, animated features- I can and do watch them all the time. I love the spirit of Christmas and the magic of it all and soak it in while I can. I’m always excited to find new holiday family movie night offerings that will please all of us, and Santa’s Apprentice and The Magic Snowflake promise to do just that. These are perfect animated tales filled with holiday magic for the whole family – great for holiday gift giving! (Buying the double feature DVD includes some special holiday decals, to boot). holidaydvd-doublefeature

 

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SANTA’S APPRENTICE / THE MAGIC SNOWFLAKE

Available on DVD, Digital HD and On Demand, and special DVD double feature

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Tis the season to bring home some holiday cheer with Santa’s Apprentice and The Magic Snowflake arriving as a special DVD double feature, as well as individually on DVD from Anchor Bay Entertainment and The Weinstein Company. Both family-friendly animated tales are also available individually on Digital HD and On Demand. Based on the animated television series “SantApprentice,” the perfect gift for anybody naughty or nice comes with jolly goodies including 16 winter themed decals to help spread the joy!

The Santa’s Apprentice and The Magic Snowflake double feature is ready for gift wrapping on DVD for the suggested retail price of $19.98. Each title is also available separately on DVD for the suggested retail price of $14.98 each. (Go for the double feature….you save AND you get fun holiday decals!!)

 

About the films

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In Santa’s Apprentice, starring Julie Gayet (My Best Friend, Select Hotel), Jean-Pierre Marielle (The Da Vinci Code), Max Cullen (The Great Gatsby, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Australia), Gabe Eggerling (The Kicks, “Jake and the Never Land Pirates”), Santa doesn’t want to retire, but rules are rules and he must train someone to replace him. The lucky winner, to be chosen from among millions of children, must be named Nicholas, be an orphan and have a pure heart. On the other side of the planet, there is a little boy who is a perfect match, but his lack of self-confidence and fear of heights make him a poor contestant. Will Santa agree to step down, and help his apprentice take his place?

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In the sequel to Santa’s Apprentice, The Magic Snowflake, starring Vincent Grass (The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, Ernest & Celestine), Nathan Simony (Santa’s Apprentice, “Merlin”), the new Santa is a seven year-old boy. As Nicholas contracts the illness of those who want to grow up too fast: Grown-up-itis, The Council of Retired Santas is forced to relieve him of his duties and appoint an experienced Santa who will be able to manage the delivery in time. To get his job back, Nicholas must regain the innocence, freshness and carefree attitude of his childhood.

One (1) winner will receive a #HolidayMagic prize pack including:

·         $50 Visa Gift Card to plan a Family Movie Night during the Holiday Season

·         Copy of Santa’s Apprentice and The Magic Snowflake DVD Double Feature

Prize pack valued at $63.99

Open to US mailing addresses only

Prizing courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment

This post is sponsored by our friends at Anchor Bay Entertainment.

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23 comments… add one
  • My grandkids. They have been life changing for me.

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  • I love watching holiday shows and movies with my son.

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  • I like to watch movies with my daughter and hubby!

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  • I always watch It’s a Wonderful Life with my best friend. It’s super meaningful.

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  • I love to watch holiday movies and specials with my kids. Watching the holiday movies and specials I grew up watching makes me feel young again. 😉

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  • I love to watch with my 2 sons.

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  • I love to watch with my hubby and kids. Sometimes on Saturdays we invite friends over and watch around the fire in the backyard.

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  • I love to watch with my hubby and kids. Sometimes on Saturdays we invite friends over and watch around the fire in the backyard.

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  • I love to watch them with my family! It’s so fun to make memories together this way!

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  • I love to watch Holiday movies and specials with my grandchildren.

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  • I love to watch holiday specials and movies with my grandsons! It really puts them in the holiday spirit!

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  • I like to watch them with my family

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  • I love watching holiday movies with my sister—we like the same ones!

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  • I like to watch them with my kids

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  • We watch holiday specials together as a family, daughter husband & I

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  • I love to watch Holiday movies and specials with my grandson.

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  • It is a holiday tradition for us!

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  • I love to watch holiday movies and specials with my little sister.

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  • I love to watch Holiday movies and specials with my kids.

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  • My daughter, son, and nephew.

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  • Tradition to have 1 night just before Christmas (family movie night) to watch holiday movies.

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  • since i live alone with my 3 dogs i love to watch the movies with my dogs. sometimes they will pay attention to what is on tv. i used to love to watch the old movies, with my mother when she was alive. she would fill me in on some of the old dancers and actors. i love old movies and westerns.

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  • I would love to watch this with my son and daughter.

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