Rudolph & Frosty’s Christmas in July Movie review

Rudolph review with snow

Rudolph and Frosty’s Christmas in July is a 90 minute movie that premiered in November of 1979. This isn’t a Christmas movie I had seen before, but it has your favorite Christmas characters of Frosty, Rudolph, Santa and more! This movie is a classic tale of good versus evil and it begins when the queen of Northern Lights, Lady Boreal puts a plan in place to defeat the evil WinterBolt.

WinterBolt, an evil wizard, wants to become more powerful than Santa Claus and devises a plan, which includes Frosty and Rudolph, to do so. There is also a love story of Rudolph’s friend Milton, the ice cream man, and Lady Laine, the circus tight rope walker.

Additionally, a mean reindeer tries to get revenge on Rudolph. As a result of all of the evil tricks, Rudolph and Frosty are forced to make some difficult choices.  Throughout it all, there was singing and dancing to get you in the Christmas spirit.

My son liked this movie because he liked seeing Rudolph and Frosty. While my daughter liked it because of the pretty girl who lives happily ever after. My favorite part was the message:

“More than giving toys, there is kindness and the love of family on Christmas morn.”

Have you ever seen this movie? If so, I would love to hear what you thought of it.

Please click here for the rest of the ABC family of Christmas movies. I will also be posting the links to their reviews, too! Merry Christmas!

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