By the time Santa came back with the two gifts, he was shocked to learn that the children were having a lot of fun with the tiny toys that Small One had given to them. Bluetoes the Christmas elf is a wonderful story about an elf who does not fit in with the others; his only real friend is a penguin. We take a hard-nosed attitude toward quality. Maybe that's one reason I love it so much. It's Christmas Eve at the North Pole and all of Santa's helpers are busy packing his sleigh for takeoff. Unfortunately, by the time Small One and Lonesome arrive at the forest, they are unaware that the polar bear has already scared away the other elves, and this leads to one final confrontation between Small One and the polar bear.
He didn't know that the trees that he picked his toys from were saplings that wouldn't be ready until the following year - even though the miniature toys from the tree looked very cool indeed. Remember, children use this website. But thanks to some quick thinking on Lonesome's part, the duo finish the job in half the time, and they set out to join the others to show them all the work they did. Your toes will not turn blue. Don't walk on snow barefoot. It should be viewed in this context and with the understanding that it reflects the attitudes and standards of its time - not those of today. I think it turned out quite well.
He may have a small body, but he also has a huge heart. So, enjoy watching the story of Bluetoes, the Christmas Elf by clicking. Four and five stars should be reserved for really excellent quality. All, that is, except for one sad, unnamed elf, who's too young and too clumsy to help. Though, I hope that some of this blog's American fans will let me know if they remember watching Bluetoes on television, because it is actually one of my all-time favourite Christmas specials.
WatchKnowLearn ratings are intentionally harsher than what you might find on YouTube, for example. We can't find it anywhere, please print more copies we would order one immediately! Minimally helpful; not completely worthless or inappropriate; you can see how it might be useful to some people. I ended up loving it. How do you like the new holiday themed logo for this month? Please use your vote to express your harshest feelings. And, that wraps up a preview of the blog entries you will be seeing over the month of December.
Despite how badly he was treated by the elves, Small One still wanted to be helpful. The story is not only sweet, but funny. He found the elf sitting on the roof of some very estatic kids without any socks on, and his toes had gotten a bad case of frostbite so they were blue. We are trying to reflect the information printed in the magazine. Really, by this point of the show, I'm ready for Small One and Lonesome to tell those snobbish elves what they really think of them, hop the nearest flight to Jamaica, and enjoy the rest of their lives in a warm, sunny, climate, away from their frosty personalities.
People work hard on educational videos, and we want to encourage them to make more! We are a very happy, young married couple who still love watching Christmas cartoons. Of course, the whole recording of that Christmas special was a happy accident of sorts. Not at all helpful, not educational, poorest quality, etc. Bluetoes is waiting outside for Santa in his bare feet, his toes turn blue and that it is why they call him Bluetoes. On Christmas Eve, Blutoes sneaks onto Santa's sleigh so that he can see his penguin friend home safely. On Christmas Eve, Bluetoes sneaks onto Santa's sleigh so that he can see his penguin friend home safely. Blutoes the Christmas elf is a wonderful story about an elf who does not fit in with the others; his only real friend is a penguin.
And, Small One is worried that if the kids wake up and see no toys there, they will be disappointed and upset. My mother had taped it on the same tape as that puppet Roudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Frosty The Snow Man, and The Grinch that Stole Christmas. Most of our videos have been imported by people who want to use them with kids, not by the creators of the videos. We'll discuss it after you're finished watching the whole program! I gave this movie a 5 star rating as it was sent exactly as shown and I was pleased with the condition, although it did have some wear and the movie did have a couple bad spots but I know that is to be expected given the age of the movie. Granted, I don't claim to be an expert in creating computer graphic designs. In his haste, he leaves Small One and Lonesome behind, outside the bedroom window of the two children - still yet to receive their gifts. You see, the other elves were quite annoyed with Small One always getting in the way of their Christmas preparations each and every year.
The Finder may then transfer rights to you. Then, in a dream come true, the small one ends up airborne with Santa, delivering toys to girls and boys all over the world. And, the toys are sent down a massive slide to the workshops below, where the elves paint, wrap, and sticker each present to go to the billions of children all over the world. You see, every single one of Santa's elves has a very clever name that they are referred to. And, this wasn't initially a planned decision either. And, it quickly became one of those shows that I had to watch every single year on television. Anyway, the story of Bluetoes begins as quite a sad tale at first.
But, Small One isn't like that at all. And, even though the polar bear was responsible for the logs rolling down the hill and collapsing the toy chute, the other elves blamed Small One without even hearing his side of the story. In this house there is a little boy and a little girl who are too poor to even have stockings, so Bluetoes takes of his socks, hangs them up as stockings and fills them with toys. On this wondrous journey, the tiny elf makes a heartwarming sacrifice that helps Santa and ultimately earns him the name Bluetoes. Your toes will turn sickly shades of purple and brown, and most likely will have to be amputated.
Bluetoes goes into to a house to keep warm while waiting for Santa. Of course, after I watched Bluetoes. Reasonably helpful, perhaps a bit amateurish in production or has some other problem; there is nothing wrong with a 3-star rating for amateur work! There is a cute scene where he unleashes a bear on the town, which almost destroys Christmas. Not that any of it was Small One's fault, mind you. Instead of recording the show I wanted to watch on channel three, I accidentally had the dial set on channel four, meaning that I recorded the wrong show! Wear galoshes or winter boots. I had actually wanted to record a show from channel three.