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Nicholas "Dash away, dash away, dash away all". Others are related to Disney itself. Mickey's Christmas Carol is shown on the television of Lanny and Wayne's assigned house. Lastly, some of the references were inspired by the show's co-director, Kevin Deters. During a scene in which Wayne is "being naughty" and making himself a drink, the milk carton Wayne is using has the logo of Deter's Dairy, a real-life dairy located in Quincy, Illinois , Kevin Deters' hometown.
It was written by Kevin Deters, and illustrated by Joe Mateo. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Kevin Deters Stevie Wermers-Skelton. December 8, Animation World Network. May 22, Archived from the original on August 1, Retrieved May 23, Animation World Magazine. Archived from the original on July 27, Retrieved December 1, Disney via Business Wire. Retrieved November 12, ABC Medianet. Archived from the original on November 7, Retrieved December 3, Toon Zone.
Archived from the original on January 12, Retrieved August 26, Walt Disney Home Entertainment. Archived from the original on November 10, Retrieved November 7, Jim Hill Media. Retrieved Archived from the original on The one drawback to the sparkle blaster is its kickback, which can be stronger than a reindeer hoof. Thus, the sparkle blaster is usually carried by only the strongest of elves. In its concentrated form, sparkle can send any creature into a deep sleep, which usually lasts an hour, depending on the weight of the victim.
The sparkle is contained within what appears to be a christmas globe ornament, complete with hook. When the hook is twisted and removed, however, the sparkle within is activated. It is imperative for the elf to throw the sparkle bomb within three seconds of activating it, as the sparkle begins to immediately dissolve the exterior of the ornament.
A properly timed throw will strike its target at the exact moment the shell completely dissolves, allowing the sparkle to hit with maximum effect. The stocking stuffer coal cannon uses pressurized air technology to fire lumps of coal into the stockings of naughty kids. Since stockings are typically hung too high for elves to reach, this device is essential for an efficient christmas eve coal delivery. The lump of coal, tied with a ribbon containing a message of encouragement, is loaded into the heel of the cannon.
The coal elf takes careful aim and fires the coal with precision into the stocking. The official public transportation system of the north pole provides a pleasant and energy efficient ride to commuters. With numerous strands running daily to all parts of the north pole, b.
Christmas Carol's is the hottest hangout in the coal elf district. Christmas carol's: where we care a lot! Lying on the outskirts of the north pole, this snowy suburb is the number one producer and distributor of christmas stocking coal, a mining process overseen and managed by the infamous coal elf brigade. The district is also known for its favored local hotspot, christmas carol's.
If you like soot, the coal district is for you! The brainchild of the brilliant Mr. Thistleton, the database tree farm is a sprawling underground computer complex housing all nice and naughty list data for every child on earth. With a capacity of well over 10 million kringle bytes, the massive computer trees are constantly processing and updating behavior throughout the year. Higher up the tree is the database stump room, a situation room from which the entire tree farm can be monitored.
The tree topper is the private office of Mr. Thistleton himself, from where he can survey his greatest invention and ponder future north pole innovations. Magee's home away from home, where she pursues her favorite pastimes all at once, including: promoting inter-department synergy, answering three phones at once, accidentally killing her plants, demanding hot egg nog lattes from tiny, second-guessing her career choice, listening to her mother wondering why magee hasn't given her a grandchild, streamlining workflow, rolling her eyes at wayne, choreographing new skating routines, designing new jingle bell jewelry, and not reading the deluge of inter-office memos.
Behind every great invention is a great inventor. And behind every great inventor is a comfy chair. Here is where Mr. Thistleton keeps his. Part workshop, part research lab, this office is located at the top of the centerpiece tree in the database tree farm. From this perch, Mr. Thistleton can ponder the genius of his past inventions like the giftbox data pad, the sledway personal transport, and the winternet, as well as look forward to future north pole innovations from his brilliant mind.
The legendary north pole is home to Mr. And Mrs. Claus, as well as all of Santa's elves and reindeer. The store-filled candy cane lane leads to the centerpiece of the north pole, Santa's lodge, where the big guy lives and works. The four main quadrants surrounding the lodge include toyland, caribou quarter, holly jolly park, and elfville, which was once voted "best and only place to live in the north pole" by good elfkeeping magazine.
Nestled deep within santa's lodge, this quiet, secure retreat serves as the big guy's private sanctuary. Miss holly, santa's executive assistant, maintains all schedules and appointments from her desk just outside the office. In this personal workspace, the big guy is able to sketch out new toy design concepts and also catch his daily afternoon nap. Hidden beneath santa's office lies his secret workshop.
Here, the big guy finds peace and quiet for his creative endeavors. The workshop also serves as a mini christmas museum, housing some of santa's old suits, sleighs, and other various treasures. Claus is just happy to have all the stuff out of her house. The home of the big guy's main ride. Here, santa's sleigh - code named "rosebud" - is maintained and cared for by her highly trained pit crew.
Outfitted with all the latest tools in yuletide assistance, rosebud's pit crew can monitor, diagnose and repair even the smallest hiccups in her system before she ever leaves the ground. Located just off the holly jolly bridge in elfville, sorenson's snowmobile emporium is the first and last word in snowmobile shopping destinations. Known for his loud commercials and overzealous sales staff, the owner gene boasts, "we have the largest selection of new and pre-owned sleighs and snowmobiles in the north pole.
With our ho ho low prices, you can skate in today, and sled home tomorrow! This is where the magic happens. The toy factory is home to the finest artisans and craft-elves in the north pole. Every year on the factory floor, hundreds of nimble hands assemble millions of toys with amazing speed and precision. Skip Navigation Disney. Noel Arrives. Prepping the House. Dash Away. Gift Exchange. New Assignment.
Secret Mission. Tiny's Big Adventure. The Characters. Angel Air Gun. Candy Cane Grappling Hook. Fruitcake Conduct Calendar. Gift Box Data Pad. Gingerbread Man. Natale XMS Turbo. Pick Axe. Schneestrum Sledway Personal Transport. Snowflake Buzz Saw. Snowman Landing Lights. Sparkle Blaster.
Sparkle Ornament. Stocking Stuffer Coal Cannon. B Transit System. Christmas Carol's. Coal District. Christmas Eve Command Center Tower. Database Tree Room. Magee's Office. Thistleton's Office. North Pole. Santa's Office. Santa's Secret Workshop. Sleigh Hangar. Sorenson's Snowmobile Emporium. Toy Factory. Recommended Movies. Disney Junior Holiday. A Christmas Carol.
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See more at IMDbPro. Trailer Prep and Landing. Clip Photos Top cast Edit. Dave Foley Wayne as Wayne voice. Sarah Chalke Magee as Magee voice. David DeLuise Dancer as Dancer voice. Peter Jacobson Waterkotte as Waterkotte voice. Kevin Deters Brian as Brian voice. Derek Richardson Lanny as Lanny voice. Nathan Greno Dasher as Dasher voice.
Hayes MacArthur Thrasher as Thrasher voice. William J. Caparella Hanger Elf as Hanger Elf voice uncredited. Kevin Deters Stevie Wermers. More like this. Storyline Edit. No one does stealth like an elf. Did you know Edit. Trivia Though uncredited, the voice of Mrs. Claus appears to be the voice of Betty White. Quotes Lanny : [Repeated line] This is so tinsel! User reviews 17 Review. Top review. Cute and fresh little Christmas story. Animation World Network.
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Prep & Landing is a series of computer animated television specials produced by the Walt Disney Animation Studios. Voices of Dave Foley, Derek Richardson, Sarah Chalke and W. Morgan Sheppard are featured in the specials. Prep & Landing is a computer animated television special, based on an idea by Chris Williams at Walt Disney Animation Studios and developed by Kevin Deters. Prep & Landing is a series of computer animated television specials produced by the Walt Disney Animation Studios. Voices of Dave Foley, Derek Richardson.