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Our promo videos for the Rice Lake Public Library. You can find more videos by the library on their YouTube.
Maranatha Evangelical Free Church in Rice Lake Wisconsin asked me to film a series for the church. Here is the series…Maranatha’s Johnny Appleseed. If you enjoyed this series please like and share.
My 168 Project film. If you like this please like and share.
Here’s the trailer to my 168 Project film. If you enjoy this trailer, please like and share.
This is a video I did to highlight some of my pictures. The song is one of my favorite worship songs, Indescribable by Laura Story. If you enjoyed this video, please like and share.
Tag Archives: Rankin/Bass films
The Groundhog tells the story of Jack Frost. Starring Buddy Hackett, Robert Morse, and Paul Frees. This is not one of the most famous Rankin/Bass films. While it is very typical of Rankin/Bass films, it’s not exactly a holiday film. … Continue reading
A mailman tells the story of how we got Santa Claus. Based on the song from 1934 by Eddie Cantor. Starring Fred Astaire, Mickey Rooney, and Keenan Wynn. This film is one that should be a tradition every year at … Continue reading
Rudolph must find baby New Year before midnight on New Year’s Eve. Starring Red Skelton, Frank Gorshin, and Morey Amsterdam. This film is the continuation of Rudolph’s story. This time he is on a mission to find Happy, the baby … Continue reading
An outcast donkey in Roman Judea finds his destiny on the way to Bethlehem. Starring Roger Miller, Brenda Vaccaro, and Paul Frees. This is one of the lesser-known Rankin/Bass productions. Although, it is one of my favorites during the holiday … Continue reading