The Beloved Holiday Classic ‘Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer’ Airs On CBS From Tonight
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The special holiday classic “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” aired on Monday on CBS/KHOU 11 at 7 P.M. This recounts the story of a shy red-nosed reindeer whose Christmas soul was all about moist because his glossy nose has made him of all Christmasville.
If you want to celebrate the exciting return of red-nosed reindeer, remember to watch it on CBS. Let’s come to some fun facts about Rudolph Reindeer:
- The main intention behind this cartoon was to create it for Montgomery Wards department store by employee Robert in 1939. This is part of an advertising campaign.
- Another fun fact about Rudolph Reindeer is the voice behind this. Billie Mae Richards, a Canadian voice actress, worked on this cartoon as a voice artist. She passed away in the year of 2010. She also voiced the Tenderheart Bear in the first two Care Bears movies.
- As per the brothers, Romeo Muller and Ken Muller intended the elf to be named “Herbie” after the childhood friend. Rudolph’s sweetheart friend was named “Clarice” in honor of the upcoming bride of another close friend.
- The original version of the TV soap showed Rudolph, Hermey the Elf, and Yukon Cornelius visiting the Island to enjoy the Misfit toys, which promise help. After the child complained, a new scene was created in which Rudolph and Santa land on the Island where they can pick up the toys.
These animations were filmed in Japan, and Rudolph’s entire soundtrack was recorded in a studio near Yonge Street in Toronto. The singing and speaking casts were Canadian.
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