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Island Of Misfit Toys Outdoor Decorations

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Gemmy 2009 Animated Rudolph & Island of Misfit Toys Scene Christmas Tabletop Decoration

Productworks 19 Inch Santa And Misfit Toys 2d Pre Lit Christmas Yard Decoration

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Proudly show off your holly jolly spirit with the ProductWorks 19-Inch Pre-Lit Santa and Rudolph Christmas Yard Decoration. This yard statue features the Santa Claus and Misfit Toys characters from the classic Rudolph the Red-Nose Reindeer animations. These beloved figures feature a cheerful holiday spirit, enjoyable for the whole family. Internally pre-lit, this 19-inch statue has clear mini lights that illuminate your lawn with holiday cheer. To bring these characters to life, the sturdy frame is covered by colorful, soft fabric for a whimsical look that makes any home feel festive.Great for indoor and outdoor use, this lawn ornament includes spare bulbs, ensuring your neighborhood always shines a little brighter at night. Thanks to the included ground stakes, set-up and disassembly are quick and simple, so you don’t have to worry about getting frostbite in the cold. Measuring 19.3 inches long, 4.3 inches wide, and 20.87 inches tall, this durable decoration is sure to bring a smile to carolers and guests for years to come.Create lasting memories with family and relive the nostalgia of your childhood. Put a modern twist on holiday traditions with the Pre-Lit Santa and Rudolph Seasonal Lawn Decor from ProductWorks.


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Set Of 5 3d Rudolph Movie Misfit Toy Lighted Sculptures Christmas Outdoor Yard

  • Brand: Licensed Rudolph Decoration, Yard Art, Christmas
  • Type: Christmas Character
  • Features: Corded Electric, Pre-Lighted, Waterproof
  • Material: Copper, Polyproylene, Plastic-PVC, Glass, Steel,
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Model: 5 Pc Misfit Sculptures
  • Modified Item: No
  • Custom Bundle: No

A Group Of Bland Misfits

Misfit Toys Outdoor Decor

The characters you cherished are back…and they have definitely changed whether for the better or worse. Starting with our titular character, Rudolph is the kind and heroic reindeer who is under pressure and depressed for the townspeople treating his nose like a gimmick and desired to be normal. It is not a bad idea for Rudolph to have a conflict like this, but his character arc is executed as an off-color rehash of the original tale where it leads to the deprived be yourself message. Heremy the Elf is Rudolphs best friend who is now the North Poles D.D.S. with an all-terrain vehicle/office and nothing else new about him…except an out-of-nowhere side-plot of him having a crush on the Tooth Fairy. Yukon Cornelius is the eccentric prospector who now runs a peppermint mine and aids Rudolph on his adventure during the third act. The Abominable Snow Monster a.k.a. The Bumble is the reformed antagonist from the original special and now acts like Willie the Giant from Mickey & the Beanstalk. Both respective characters do get a laugh for retaining their over-the-top personalities. Santa Claus is no longer the debatable grouch from the original and is became a generic, kind stereotype of himself.

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Cheap And Lackluster Cgi

An important factor to address about the Rankin/Bass special is its stop-motion animation quality. When watching the technicality with a straight face, the movements are choppy and the lip-syncing doesnt match what the characters are saying. So naturally, with technology advancing many decades later, the use of computer animation would make it better…right? Technically…yes…but…when you really think about the execution and appeal, the computer animation is absolutely WORSE than the original! How is that possible, you may ask? The answer is quite interesting. Yes, stop-motion animation is theoretically bad by todays standards, but it was very excusable for the time because back then, animation was very expensive to produce for television and they had to cut corners in order to speed up production. It was executed awkwardly yet the creativity in constructing the puppetry, the sets, and artistry made up for it.

One aspect of the original that stays faithful is the designs of the Misfit Toys themselves. While the familiar ones like, Charlie-in-the-Box or Dolly, resort to cameos, the new toys on the island include a kite that is afraid of heights, a piggy bank with no coin slot and a boomerang that doesnt return. Admittedly, that toy alone is genuinely funny as we see the boomerang flying through the scenery during the movie.

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