A gift for all generations of animation fans: 8 holiday favorites flowing with humor and song. Disc 1: "Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas": From animation legend Chuck Jones comes one of the best holiday cartoons of all time, adapting the Dr. Seuss story and starring Boris Karloff as the voice of you-know-Who. Also Includes: "The Leprechauns' Christmas Gold" and "Pinocchio's Christmas". Disc 2: "The Year Without A Santa Claus (Deluxe Edition): When Santa decides to retire one Christmas, Mrs. Claus takes action. Baby New Year is missing - and a certain red-nosed reindeer leads the search. And a kind-hearted burro, mocked for his ears, takes a special journey to Bethlehem. Also Includes: "Rudolph's Shiny New Year" and "Nestor The Long-Eared Christmas Donkey". Disc 3: "Jack Frost" (1976): The resourceful cold-weather elf turns human to court a pretty maiden - and then must recover his icy powers to save her from a crafty rival. "A Miser Brothers Christmas": Santa Claus and the mischievous brothers Heat Miser and Snow Miser are the targets of yuletide treachery from that sneaky blowhard North Wind. Bonus Special: "Rudolph And Frosty's Christmas In July": The feature-length delight about what happens when a certain reindeer's nose stops shining!.