Buster and Chaunceys Silent Night

Theatrical Release: August 1, 1998
DVD Release: September 1, 2007
Buster and Chaunceys Silent Night
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Synopsis

Featuring the voice of Marie Osmond, “Buster and Chauncey’s Silent Night” rings in the holiday season with music and laughter the whole family will enjoy!

Buster and Chauncey, the world’s greatest mouse-icans, have arrived in Oberdorf to perform for the Queen at the annual Christmas pageant! On Christmas Eve, however, Burghermeister Huffenmeir discovers the preparations for the festivities destroyed and the Treasure of Oberndorf missing! Now it’s up to our Mice-tros of Mistletoe to capture the culprits and reveal the true meaning of Christmas to the town with a little bit of song and lots and lots of love!

Dove Review

“Buster and Chauncey’s Silent Night” was a sweet movie with a good positive moral ending. One of the two lessons it teaches to children is that crime doesn’t pay. The second important lesson it teaches is the true meaning of Christmas. Children will learn both of these valuable lessons while being entertained with the cheerful music and the upbeat characters. Children of all ages will enjoy this movie along with the “children at heart” like me. We are proud to award this movie the Dove Seal.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: "Cartoon violence"; typical cat and mouse animosity; little girl gets tied up by thieves.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Thieves steal the church's treasure and offering money; thieves lie about who they are. In the end, the thieves are caught and punished.

Info

Company: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Director: Buzz Potamkin
Producer: Buzz Potamkin
Genre: Christmas
Runtime: 49 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Candice Moore