Alvin & the Chipmunks – A Chipmunk Christmas (1983)

“AL-VIN!!!” You needn’t wait for the holidays to roll around to enjoy A CHIPMUNK CHRISTMAS with Alvin. Simon and Theodore! In this tune-filled animated favorite, Dave Seville has managed to book Alvin for a harmonica solo at the famed Carnegie Hall! But there’s a slight problem – swept up into the holiday spirit. Alvin has given his beloved harmonica away to a sick little boy. Will Alvin, Simon and Theodore find a replacement, without Dave finding out? Will Alvin be able to keep his date at Carnegie Hall? Will Dave go ballistic as the big night grows closer? The whole family will treasure this Christmas classic, in which The Chipmunks perform “Jingle Bells,” “The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late).” Here’s to the holidays…and A CHIPMUNK CHRISTMAS!

This DVD is quite refreshing. Not only does it have the 1980 classic A Chipmunk Christmas, but it has two Christmas episodes from the Chipmunk series, doing their versions of a Christmas Carol and It’s A Wonderful Life in their own cute way. A great addition to any Christmas collection.

Price: $9.99 & eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping on orders over $25.

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Alvin & the Chipmunks – A Chipmunk Christmas

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