It's Cool and Crazy, Man!

Your Shopping cart is empty.


IT’S A 1970s SITCOM CHRISTMAS! - Volume 1

Add Your Review

Availability: In Stock


Bookmark and Share
Spend the holidays with your favorite 1970s TV friends, or make new ones, and remember what it was like before people began checking email, posting updates and texting 'round the Christmas tree. Includes some vintage '70s TV commercials too!

U.S. TV show. "Don't Bring Your Guns to Town, Santa." Dec-17-71. After performing in Las Vegas on Christmas Eve, the Partridges begin their drive home. The bus breaks down and they are stranded in a deserted ghost town whose sole resident is lonely old prospector who tells the story of the silver bell, and how it helped to guide Santa Claus to their town every year. Songs: "The Christmas Song," "Winter Wonderland," "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas." At the end the cast breaks the fourth wall and wishes the TV audience a Merry Christmas.

U.S. TV show. "Guess Who's Coming to Christmas." Dec-17-74. Ritchie secretly sees Fonzie heating a can of ravioli for his Christmas Eve meal and asks his dad if they can invite him to their house. The Fonz doesn't want them to know he'll be alone on Christmas and says he can only stay a minute because he's catching a late bus to big gathering out of town. After the Fonz fixes the tree lights he's told he missed the bus. He decides to stay and as they sit around the dinner table they ask him to say the Christmas prayer. He looks uncomfortable for a minute, then bows his head and says, "Hey God, Thanks." Classic!

U.S. TV show. "Sweathog Christmas Special." Dec-15-77. As the Kotters decorate their apartment for Christmas (aren't they Jewish?), the Sweathogs show up, and Mr. Woodman too! While they help decorate they reminisce about past episodes and Christmas memories. Yup, it's a "clip" show.

U.S. TV show. "Scrooge Gets An Oscar." Dec-17-70. Felix is planning to direct a stage play of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol for charity. He casts his poker buddies in each of the roles and wants his roommate Oscar to play the character of Ebenezer Scrooge. But Oscar is uncooperative this Christmas. Stressed out and bothered by his painful ulcer condition, Oscar falls asleep in front of the TV and begins the familiar nightmare. During Oscar's Christmas dream, he grouchily says, "I'd like to get a giant candy cane and beat the wings off a Sugarplum Fairy."

IT’S A 1970s SITCOM CHRISTMAS! - Volume 1 on DVD!

Our discs are guaranteed for life!
If a disc ever stops playing correctly
tell us and we'll replace for free.

You might also dig the following titles...

  1. IT'S A 1950s SITCOM CHRISTMAS! - Volume 1
  2. IT’S A 1960s SITCOM CHRISTMAS! - Volume 1

Product Tags

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.

What are tags?