CHRISTMAS COMES TO PAC-LAND (ABC 12/16/82)
Christmas Comes to Pac-Land is a 1982 animated Christmas television special and spin-off of the Saturday morning animated series Pac-Man based on the video game, produced by Hanna-Barbera.
During Christmas Eve, Pac-Man (voiced by Marty Ingels), along with his family are having fun in the snow but end up having to fight off and eat the Ghost Monsters. When they are defeated, the ghosts' eyes come across Santa Claus in his sleigh, scaring his reindeer and making him crash.
Pac-Man and his friends take Santa to his house for shelter, where he explains to them, who are unfamiliar with Christmas, what it is and that he needs to get back to delivering gifts. Pac-Man volunteers to search for Santa's lost toys along with his dog Chomp-Chomp, while his friends rebuild Santa's sleigh.
As they search for the gifts, Pac-Man and Chomp-Chomp find out that the Ghost Monsters have found them. The ghosts then chase and injure Pac-Man, while Chomp-Chomp takes the sack of toys. The two make it back to Pac-Man's house and return the gifts, and the sleigh has been fixed. Santa says it is too late to save Christmas, but Pac-Man gets an idea that might work.
Pac-Man and the gang drive somewhere, but then get cornered by the Ghost Monsters. Pac-Man attempts to reason with them, telling them how cheerful and warm Christmas is, and they, touched by this, let them pass. The group arrive in the Power Pellet Forest, and Santa's reindeer eat the Power Pellets, making them fly again. When Pac-Man and his friends and family arrive back in his house, they realize there is a Christmas tree and presents left inside and celebrate Christmas along with the Ghost Monsters (who came inside attempting to attack them, only to change their minds when Pac-Man gives them presents).
Additional voices provided by Barbara Minkus, Russi Taylor, Peter Cullen, Frank Welker, Neil Ross, Barry Gordon, Chuck McCann, Sue Silo.
Number of DVDs: 1
Running Time: 24 min
Aspect Ratio: Full Screen
NOTES: This is a fan-made DVD set. Not a studio release. NOT RECORDED FROM TV.
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