A handful of Walt Disney's best loved characters appear in this direct-to-video release, which tells three different tales of the holiday season. First, Donald Duck and Daisy Duck are enjoying Christmas Day with their nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie, when the boys wish that every day could be Christmas. Their wish comes true, and before long, they learn why the holiday only comes once a year. Next, Goofy has to teach his son about the real meaning of Christmas after Junior catches Dad impersonating Santa Claus. And Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse appear in an updated version of the O. Henry classic The Gift of the Magi, in which they both give up a prized possession in order to give their beloved something special for Christmas -- with unexpected consequences. Kelsey Grammer narrates. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
I am a busy person and have never bothered to write a review until now. Parents beware of this tri-taled dvd! The second, "A Very Goofy Christmas" poses questions that made Goofy's son and my five year doubt that there is a Santa Claus. Luckily, I was able to explain this nonsense away. Young believers should watch this (if they must) with a parent to avoid ending the Santa era too soon. Otherwise, an entertaining thumbs up!
Parents beware, lol! This movie was okay until it got to the story of Goofy and his son Max. I pretty muched watched it with my mouth hanging open in shock. It completely casts doubt on whether Santa is real to kids...to the point where I almost turned it off. Luckily Santa shows up for a cameo at the very end but not until so many questions have been thrown out and so many situations that make it seem like Santa is indeed just made up...like the other reviewer said, even after Santa showed up it left alot of questions that my kids brought up. I sent it back the next day. This is NOT my favorite Disney movie for sure!