Best Animation Movies of 1976
Frosty's Winter Wonderland
Years have passed since Frosty left for the North Pole, but his promise is kept when he hears news of the first snowfall of the season, and decides to return.
Rudolph's Shiny New Year
Rudolph must find Happy, the baby new year, before the midnight of New Year's Eve.
The Little Drummer Boy Book II
Aaron, the drummer boy, struggles to protect a bellmaker's great silver bells from seizure by Roman soldiers
It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown
To celebrate Arbor Day, the gang decide to do a great gardening project for Charlie Brown. Unfortunately, Charlie Brown learns that they did it in his baseball diamond, turning it in to a lush garden. With no alternative, he is forced to play against Peppermint Patty's team in that field. However, the bizarre setting seems to be working to his advantage.
Mowgli's Brothers is a 1976 television animated special created by legendary animator Chuck Jones. It is based from the first chapter of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book of the same name. The special was narrated by Roddy McDowall who does all the male characters in the film. It originally aired on CBS on February 11, 1976.
The First Easter Rabbit
A beloved toy stuffed rabbit is rescued by a fairy to be the first Easter Rabbit.
A film that pays tribute to the various celebrations in Québec on St-Jean-Baptiste Day.
The Owl Who Married a Goose: An Eskimo Legend
An owl marries a goose. They have off-spring, but somehow their habits of life are not compatible.
The animated history of leisure: that concept most commonly known as free time.
This film deals with a Jewish family in Montreal, Canada as they care for a dying grandmother and the young boy who is impatient to get the room he was promised as soon as she kicks the bucket.