Merry Christmas

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24 Dec, Monday

Caillou's Holiday Movie, 10am

Caillou's Holiday Movie

When winter comes to Caillou's house, this curious 4-year-old tackles all kinds of big boy activities like helping Daddy shovel snow, making holiday presents for his family and even discovering how other little boys and girls around the world celebrate the season! Filled with magical moments seen through a small child's eyes, this delightful story will enchant your entire family.

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Angelina Ballerina: Christmas Special, 11:30am

Angelina Ballerina

This year, the village of Chipping Cheddar is putting on “Cinderella Mouse and the Ugly Whiskers” as its grand Christmas Show in front of Mouseland’s Queen Seraphina. However, for the first time ever, it will involve singing as well as dance, thanks to the presence of the legendary Mr. Operatski, the famous musical director. He has been invited to Chipping Cheddar by his old friend Miss Lilly, who will be choreographing the show.

But although Angelina is the best dancer, she gets very nervous when asked to sing in public. To her horror, her arch-enemy Priscilla gets the title role. Angelina is cast as the Wicked Stepmouse. She is devastated – she’s never played the villain before!

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Tom & Jerry: A Nutcracker Tale, 6:30pm

Christmas is never so spirited as when Tom and Jerry lock horns for the holidays in their new original movie Tom & Jerry: A Nutcracker Tale. In an empty opera house, Jerry wishes for a chance to perform and magically his dream comes true. The little mouse is whisked away to an enchanted kingdom where anything is possible: candy forests, singing snowflakes, even the toys spring to life! Jerry has a great time with his new friends, and when Jerry dances with the music box ballerina, he is as happy as happy can be. Unfortunately, alley cats led by Tom crash Jerry's party, kidnap the music box ballerina and wreak havoc in the holiday kingdom. It's up to Jerry to set things right and with help from a fellow mouse named Tuffy and more newfound friends, Jerry just may win the day!

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25 Dec, Tuesday

Barney's Christmas Star, 9am

This the season to be jolly and to celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzzaa with Barney and all his friends!

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Curious George: A Very Monkey Christmas, 10am

Curious George

 George and the Man With The Yellow Hat are having a great time getting ready for Christmas. There is only one problem: neither of them can figure out what to give the other for a present! Can they solve their dilemma in time? A delightful holiday film for Curious George fans, Curious George: A Very Monkey Christmas demonstrates the beauty of generosity and the spirit of giving for the season!

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Good Luck Charlie, It's Christmas! Movie, 7pm

Good Luck Charlie

It's a holiday season the Duncans won't soon forget. The adventure begins when the Duncans, who are en route to Palm Springs to celebrate the holidays with Amy's parents, are separated after Teddy makes a snap decision to give up her seat on the flight for a free ticket. Unwilling to stand by and let her daughter travel alone, Amy also disembarks the plane only to discover the next flight to Palm Springs departs after Christmas. Meanwhile, the rest of the family arrive in Palm Springs, but things aren't any easier as Bob tries to care for Charlie under the watchful eye of Amy's mom Petunia; PJ learns the pros and cons of his grandparents' pool and Gabe quickly realizes the downfalls of teaching grandpa Hank how to play his video game.

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26 Dec, Wednesday

Bob the Builder: A Christmas To Remember, 10am

Bob the Builder

Christmas is coming and Bob the Builder is very excited – his twin brother Tom, a zoologist in the Arctic Circle – is coming home for the first time in years.

Bob wants a quiet Christmas so he can enjoy some time with his brother, but he has not allowed for the new town Mayor, a forthright, slightly overbearing woman who has big plans for her first Christmas in office!  The Mayor has organised a special free concert, featuring local rock star Lennie Lazenby and asks Bob to sort out the stage, the lights and a thousand other jobs!

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Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, 11am

A Christmas Carol

A brand new full-length animated musical version of Charles Dickens' classic tale of the miserable, stingy Ebenezer Scrooge and how he is visited by Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future on Christmas Eve.  In the course of this single night, Ebenezer learns the true meaning of Christmas and his cold heart is warmed forever as he learns to embrace the holiday, his family and the friends that he had abandoned so long before.  This tender tale of hope and redemption comes to life with the voices of Tim Curry as Ebenezer, Whoopi Goldberg as Christmas Present, Ed Asner as Jacob Marley and Michael York as Bob Cratchitt.

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Barbie in the Nutcracker, 6:30pm

Barbie

This modern adaptation of the Christmas classic sees Barbie starring as both Clara and the Sugarplum Princess.  The magical adventure begins when Clara receives a fine Nutcracker as a gift from her aunt.  That night she awakes to find the Nutcracker has come to life and is battling the sinister Mouse King.  The Mouse King casts a spell over Clara that causes her to shrink, and she and the Nutcracker set out on a fantastic adventure to find the Sugarplum Princess who has the power to undo the evil spell.  This enchanting tale is enhanced with spectacular dance scenes created by acclaimed choreographer Peter Matins and features the beloved music by Tchaikovsky.  The real-life movements of five dancers from the New York City Ballet bring the beauty of ballet to the screen in a way never seen before.  Barbie in the Nutcracker shows girls that, with self-reliance and confidence, anything is possible…