Find out which of your favorites are just ghosts of Christmas past
You know all about “Rudolph,” “Frosty,” “Charlie Brown” and even and the Griswold family. Though there’s no lack of love for them, we’re dreaming of different kind of Christmas — one where these now “forgotten” programs were just as much a part of our holiday season as Peter was to Folgers coffee commercials.
“A Flintstone Christmas” (1977): When Fred’s boss asked him to play Santa for underprivileged children on Christmas Eve, Fred recruited his buddy Barney to plan a grand entrance. En route to the event, the duo stumbled upon the “real” Saint Nick, who has sprained his ankle and caught a cold. The friends then jumped into action to finish delivering presents around the world while still trying to arrive at the party on time.