“The Original Christmas Classics” DVD Giveaway Twitter Contest (Week of December 2)

Rudolph with your nose so bright, won’t you guide my sleigh tonight?
“The Original Christmas Classics” DVD Giveaway!

Here we go with our next “Original Christmas Classics” DVD Giveaway…

In order to qualify for this week’s Original Christmas Classics DVD Giveaway on Twitter, you must complete the following task by Saturday, December 6 at 7PM EST (i.e. any time between now and December 6 at 7PM EST). We will pick a winner via random drawing and announce on Twitter the next day (Sunday).

The Original Christmas Classics DVD Set includes seven holiday favorites: Rudolph the Red-Nosed ReindeerSanta Claus is Coming To TownFrosty the SnowmanFrosty ReturnsMr. Magoo’s Christmas CarolThe Little Drummer Boy, and Cricket on the Hearth!

The Original Christmas Classics DVD Set


ENTRY TASK (2-parts):

1) Answer the below question via the comment section at the bottom of this blog post 

2) Then TWEET (not DM) the following message:
Just entered to win “The Original Christmas Classics” DVD courtesy of @ClassicMovieHub 
BY Saturday, December 6 at 7PM EST

What was one of the best and/or most surprising gifts you ever received from ‘Santa’ when you were a kid? Or, if you didn’t celebrate Christmas, what was one of the most memorable presents you received during the winter holiday season?

AND — I am happy to say that Continental United States (excluding Alaska, Hawaii, and the territory of Puerto Rico) AND Canadian entrants are eligible to enter. (see contest rules for further information)

BlogHub members ARE also eligible to win if they live within the Continental United States (as noted above) and/or Canada.

And if you can’t wait to win this fabulous and fun DVD Set, you can purchase it on amazon via the below link (click on image):


–Annmarie Gatti for Classic Movie Hub


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29 Responses to “The Original Christmas Classics” DVD Giveaway Twitter Contest (Week of December 2)

  1. Erika C. says:

    When the very popular Cabbage Patch dolls came out years ago, my mom somehow managed to get one for my sister and I. It was a very memorable Christmas.

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      I remember Cabbage Patch dolls and all the craziness trying to buy them! Short supply and very popular (understatement!)

  2. Lori says:

    I received Donny and Marie dolls from Santa one year!

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      Oh that’s a great gift, really something special… I didn’t even know that they made those dolls, isn’t it amazing how ‘Santa’ knows everything 🙂

  3. Bernie W says:

    The most memorable gift that I ever received was an Optimus Prime Electric Toothbrush. I really liked Transformers as a child.

  4. KittyPride says:

    My best present was a pair of ice skates, we had frozen ponds around so I was able to go skating all the time, I was so thrilled to have gotten what I asked for, I was beaming with a huge grin

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      Isn’t it wonderful to have such fabulous childhood memories! Those fond ‘little things’ that aren’t so ‘little’ after all 🙂

  5. Victoria Rendon says:

    The most surprising gift I got was a Radiant Rose style collector Barbie doll that I was not allowed to open and play with.

  6. Dorothy Winnett says:

    The best present Santa left me was a Huckleberry Hound bouncy , (on springs ) I rode that day & night & I was totally uninterested in any other toy’s. My parents filmed it (I’m really aging myself now) & I still watch it with such fond memories. (of course transferred to vhs then to dvd)

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      Isn’t it so amazing how these wonderful memories stay with us to treasure always…

      • Dorothy Winnett says:

        Christmas memories are wonderful. presents yes, but the Christmas trees with the wonderful pine scent, Christmas decorations, special cookies & other goodies, such a magical time.

  7. Frances Winnett says:

    A Red Flyer wagon. I pulled that little wagon all over town putting all the rocks & other treasures I would find in it, then when I was tried I put my knee in it & used it as a scooter .

  8. Joan O'Malley says:

    My best present ever was a child size kitchen and stove. The burners “glowed” when you turned the knobs. I did a lot of cooking with that set. Even though it was made of cardboard it was pretty cool to me and I loved it.

  9. Maddy says:

    My parents couldn’t afford to get me and my sisters Cabbage Patch Dolls, but not wanting us to go without; we each got a Pumpkin Patch Kid one Christmas. Even though they were knock-offs, we loved them like the real things. The dolls are still played with to this day by my nieces! Thanks for having such a great contest!

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      Oh that’s a wonderful story, made me smile. And I’m so glad the dolls have been handed down to your nieces, makes them even more special! Thanks so much for sharing 🙂

  10. Thom Rafferty says:

    Most memorable was probably a Batmobile (powered by pedals) that was ideal for a 6 year old crime fighter. It came with a cape and mask.

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      Oh WOW! That was such a cool gift! I used to love watching Batman on TV when I was a kid 🙂 actually still love watching it now too!

  11. Julia Burcham-Hawks says:

    Cabbage Patch Kid from the 80’s. Still have it, in mint condition. A toy dog that you wind up and it chased a ball. One year, I got what they called pumpkin patch kids,a boy and a girl. I still have them today. 🙂

  12. Lisa Colangelo says:

    A sail boat. I had to “share” with my brother, but how cool is it to be 13 yo and own your OWN boat?

  13. Christy CrumP says:

    My first real stereo! I loved my records so much. I use to play them on a raggedy Ann record player till I got stereo with speakers!
    Best Christmas:)

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      I hear you! That’s a perfect gift!!!

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      fyi, I can’t seem to find your tweet on twitter. If you already tweeted it, please let me know, or perhaps send me your twitter handle via DM (not sure if you can if I’m not following you) — or please just retweet it. Just want to ensure you qualify. Thanks so much!

  14. Joe De Angelis says:

    Stretch Armstrong my most memorable.

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