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Saving Santa and Chief Wilson DVD Review

Since Christmas is just next week why not post some more good DVD gift items to get the little ones. These two DVD’s are really cute and are a must have for some.

“Saving Santa”

Saving Santa was such a cute and funny movie. This DVD hasn’t left the DVD player in the car at all and normally when that happens we know it’s a keeper! It’s an adventure about a traveling elf…and no we’re not talking about Buddy the Elf from the movie Elf. Here is a little snippet of what the movie is about:

At the top of the North Pole, Bernard, a low ranking Elf in Santa’s organization, dreams of one day joining Santa’s elite team of great inventors-the very elves who make the magic of Christmas possible. But when one of Bernard’s wacky inventions accidentally reveals the secret location of Santa’s workshop to an eccentric billionaire scoundrel, Santa and Christmas itself is in jeopardy. Leaving Bernard to time travel again and again to rescue Santa in time for Christmas. This is such a good movie and I highly recommend it to everyone who wants a good laugh and good story line behind it!

Saving Santa is available at all major retailers for Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack for $29.99 and DVD for $21.95.

Next up is: “Chief Wilson”

Chief Wilson is here to save the day! In 6 traintastic adventures including two brand new episodes-Wilson competes to be Chugger of the Year, get some unwelcome magnetic powers takes over Mtambo’s safari tour, helps Action Chugger prepare for a movie role and performs a series of rescue tests on the Chugasonic speedway. With friends like Koko, Brewster, Jackman and Hanzo along for the ride, Wilson and your own little Chuggers will learn all about problem solving, working together and being ready to roll wherever life’s rails may take you. This is such a good movies because who doesn’t like watching Chuggington on the Disney Channel? I know Olivia would still watch it if we still had cable.

Chief Wilson can be purchased now at most major retailers for only $14.98. 

I was sent both of the DVD’s from Anchor Bay Entertainment in order to help provide my honest review.

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