Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie  Season #1 Episode #1

Synopsis: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie is a 1998 American Christmas animated adventure musical film about the character of the same name, who first appeared in a 1939 story by Robert L. May. The film was the first theatrical feature from GoodTimes Entertainment, long known as a home video company.[5] It stars Kathleen Barr as the voice of the titular Rudolph, and also features celebrity talents including John Goodman, Eric Idle, Cathy Weseluck, Whoopi Goldberg, Debbie Reynolds, Richard Simmons and Bob Newhart. [6] The film disappointed at the box-office, recouping only $113,484 of its $10 million budget from its theatrical release. [7]
Genre: Animation
Year:
1998
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Slyly the Fox :
So uh, what'cha running away from kid?

Grown-Up Rudolph : Who says I'm running away from anything?

Slyly the Fox :
Heh, I can read ya's like a book, kid. Your family never understood ya. Your friends, they all turned their backs on ya. You couldn't take it anymore, so ya's upped and ya's left.

Grown-Up Rudolph : Wow, you're good.

Stormella, The Evil Ice Queen : [slyly is trying to steal keys from a sleeping stormella]

[partcially waking]

Stormella, The Evil Ice Queen : what are doing?

Slyly the Fox :
stealing the keys to the dungeon, now go back to sleep

Stormella, The Evil Ice Queen : oh okay,

[falls back to sleep]

Stormella, The Evil Ice Queen : toodles

Slyly the Fox :
[dumbfounded] wanndaya know this truth thing really does work!

Stormella, The Evil Ice Queen : [cackles] Well, ya crossed mah bridge,

[take out wand]

Stormella, The Evil Ice Queen : thanks to you I get to get to make storm that'll put Santa out of business for good,

[Zoey attempts to run away but Stormella blocks the former with all wall of ice]

Stormella, The Evil Ice Queen : look, nowhere to run, nowhere to hide.

Stormella, The Evil Ice Queen : [Stormella grants Rudolph wish to become nice] Oooo cute little penguin

[picks Ridley up and starts kissing him]

Ridley :
[clearly irrattated] Can someone change her back PLEASE!

Stormella, The Evil Ice Queen : [slyly is trying to steal keys from a sleeping stormella]

[partcially waking]

Stormella, The Evil Ice Queen : what are doing?

Slyly the Fox :
stealing the keys to the dungeon, now go back to sleep

Stormella, The Evil Ice Queen : oh okay,

[falls back to sleep]

Stormella, The Evil Ice Queen : toodles

Slyly the Fox :
[dumbfounded] wanndaya know this truth thing really does work!

Doggle:

[Boone and Doggle have just messed up their job] Do you think we'll still get our promotion?

Boone:

[grumpily] Take it off

[Doggle removes his hat and Boone instantly knocks him on the head]

Young Zoey:

Look we're under a mistletoe do you know what that means, you have to kiss me.

Grown-Up Rudolph:

Someday I'll make you proud of me pop

Grown-Up Rudolph, Older Zoey:

[singing] show me the light/when I fear the dark

Grown-Up Rudolph:

a ray of sunshine

Older Zoey:

a rainbows arc

Grown-Up Rudolph:

show me the light

Stormella, The Evil Ice Queen:

[slyly is trying to steal keys from a sleeping stormella] [partcially waking] what are doing?

Slyly the Fox:

stealing the keys to the dungeon, now go back to sleep

Stormella, The Evil Ice Queen:

oh okay,[falls back to sleep] toodles

Slyly the Fox:

[dumbfounded] wanndaya know this truth thing really does work!

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