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Director(s)

Mike Nawrocki

Music by

Kurt Heinecke

Distributor

Lyrick Studios, EMI

Released

1996, 1998, 2008

Runtime

40 minutes

A Very Veggie Christmas is the first VeggieTales Christmas Album.

Description

Bob hosts a Christmas party, but it doesn't exactly go as planned. The food has not arrived yet, singers are running late, and people are making a mess of Bob's house! Bob removes the stains, Palmy arrives after the Grapes sang, the food arrives after While By My Sheep. Then things go right at the end.

Songs

  1. Feliz Navidad Sung by Larry and Manuel the Date
  2. The Boar's Head Carol Sung by Archibald Asparagus
  3. Ring Little Bells Sung by Archibald Asparagus and Larry
  4. Go Tell It On The Mountain Sung by Pa Grape, Ma Grape, Rosie Grape and Tom Grape
  5. Angels We Have Heard On High Sung by Palmy
  6. Can't Believe It's Christmas
  7. Grumpy Kids
  8. Oh, Santa!
  9. He Is Born, The Holy Child Sung by The French Peas
  10. While By My Sheep Sung by Junior Asparagus and The Sheep
  11. The Eight Polish Foods of Christmas Sung by Oscar, Jimmy Gourd, Larry the Cucumber, Archibald Asparagus, Pa Grape, Bob The Tomato and Junior Asparagus
  12. The Big Medley Sung by Pa Grape, Junior Asparagus, Jimmy and Jerry Gourd, Larry the Cucumber, Jean Claude Pea, Phillipe Pea and Christophe Pea, Mom Asparagus, & Archibald Asparagus
  13. Away In The Manger Sung by Junior Asparagus and Mom Asparagus

Fun Facts

  • This marks the first speaking role for Phillipe (he doesn't appear in physical form until Very Silly Songs!). This also marks the last speaking role for Ma and Rosie Grape.
  • This also marks the first time Palmy (the palm tree from Larry's Lagoon) is officially named by the other characters, as well his last speaking role.
  • The audio quality in the entire soundtrack is somewhat grating at times, particularly the speaking tracks. Mike Nawrocki stated in the Little Drummer Boy commentary that they used a different recording, hence why they redid the audio for Eight Polish Christmas dishes.
  • This is the only album to have many different covers. The first cover was a reprint from The Toy That Saved Christmas, which came out around the same time.

Alternate Covers

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