Golden Age Christmas TV CartoonsDecember 4, 2017
In 1962, the first Christmas cartoon created for television debuted. And even decades later, nothing can compete with the classic cartoons from that era.
- Weird Christmas: We heard from Craig Kringle and his podcast, Weird Christmas
- Tis the Season TV: Book by Joanna Wilson, the expert guest in this episode
- Christmas TV History: Joanna Wilson’s Web site
- Fat Packs Podcast: The podcast from Eric Norton, who shares a memory in this episode
Music from this episode
- “Wingspan” — Blue Dot Sessions, via Free Music Archive
- “Gentle Marimbas” — Podington Bear, via Free Music Archive
- “Flattered” — Blue Dot Sessions, via Free Music Archive
- “Bethlehem” — Kevin MacLeod, via Incompetech
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