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December 12, 2018

Greetings Infomaniacs,

Gifts 4 GPI grew up watching Christmas movies during the month of December, and one of my favorites was Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.

2018 makes 54 years that the movie has been broadcast on television! Here are some fun facts about Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer for you to enjoy today...


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QUOTE: "Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone."

HINT: (1922-2000), was an American cartoonist, best known for the comic strip Peanuts.


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As of 2018, Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer has been broadcast on television for 54 years.


Rudolph's red nose was originally created using a 12v light bulb painted red.


Yukon Cornelius discovers the peppermint mine on his third prospecting attempt.


There are 43 animals featured throughout Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.


One car battery could power Rudolph's nose for 33 hours! That's much more efficient than regular headlights, which would drain a battery in only a few hours.


In order for Santa to fly once around the world before the battery runs out, he would have to fly at about 755 mph! (And that's without stopping for cookies and milk.)

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When I am filled,
I can point the way;
When I am empty,
Nothing moves me.
I have two skins,
One without and one within.
What am I?

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QUOTE: "Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone."

ANSWER: Charles M. Schulz.