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Santa Buddies DVD and Plush Giveaway

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Burbank, Calif., June 4, 2009 – Disney’s irresistible talking pups are back in SANTA BUDDIES: THE LEGEND OF SANTA PAWS, a heartwarming, all-new holiday adventure coming to Blu-ray combo pack and DVD on November 24, 2009 from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment. The beloved pups take a fantastic journey to the North Pole in an exciting new escapade featuring more new friends, fun,and teamwork than ever before unleashing a stocking full of holiday cheer with a fun-filled film and plenty of never-before-seen bonus material. Perfectly timed for holiday gift giving, SANTA BUDDIES: THE LEGEND OF SANTA PAWS is sure to be at the top of everyone’s wish list!

A quintet of adorable talking puppies followed the “Bud” movies in 2006, with the highly-anticipated launch of the BUDDIES series – and a puppy craze began as AIR BUDDIES became the biggest live action Direct-To-DVD movie of the year! Now comes SANTA BUDDIES: THE LEGEND OF SANTA PAWS, arriving this holiday season on Disney Blu-Ray hi-def and DVD, and sure to be their greatest and most heart warming adventure yet.

In SANTA BUDDIES: THE LEGEND OF SANTA PAWS, the lovable “Buddies,” B-Dawg, Budderball, Buddha, Mudbud, and Rosebud embark on a thrilling journey to the magical world of Santa’s Workshop. When Puppy Paws, the fun-loving son of Santa Paws, gets tired of the North Pole, he checks out Santa’s “naughty” list and finds Budderball’s name right on top. Puppy Paws heads south to meet theBuddies and find out how “ordinary” pups spend their days. But when the world begins to forget the true meaning of the holidays and the magic of the season begins to literally melt away, it’s up to Puppy Paws and his newfound Buddies to save the day in another epic adventure. Their extraordinary exploits highlight the importance of collaboration, courage and tradition in a joyous celebration of life and friendship. Sure to be a family favorite for years to come, SANTA BUDDIES: THE LEGEND OFSANTA PAWS delivers enough holiday cheer to last a whole year! It’s Buddy-loving fun the whole family will enjoy again and again.

SANTA BUDDIES: THE LEGEND OF SANTA PAWS stars the voices of Tim Conway (The Carol Burnett Show), Richard Kind (A Bug’s Life, Spin City), Tom Bosley (Happy Days), Field Cate (Pushing Daises), Josh Flitter (Nancy Drew), and Skyler Gisondo (The Bill Engvall Show) and the acting talents of George Wendt (Cheers) and Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future). Robert Vince returns to produce and direct his fourth “Buddies” film.

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Win a Santa Buddies: The Legend of Santa Paws DVD and plush toy set or a DVD and Blu-Ray combo pack! To enter the contest, simply tell us what's the most embarrassing Thanksgiving story you've heard and why. Send in your answers using the comment form below. Last date for entries is November 28, 2009.

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By Tammy,   From Greer
After marrying and ready to prepare her first Thanksgiving dinner, my mother asked a relative for their stuffing recipe. It said 2 big bags of stuffing. She came home with 2 - 20 lb. paper grocery bags full of stuffing! She has been teased every Thanksgiving since.

By Kat,   From Glassport
The very first time that I cooked for Thanksgiven, I was so busy preparing other stuff and setting my table that I forgot to turn on the oven.

By Patrick,   From Phoenix
My sister, the family know-it-all, was a newlywed and invited the family to Thanksgiving at her new home; well, we had just arrived and soon started to smell a strange odor...it turned out she had forgotten to take out the plastic bag of giblets from inside the bird before putting it in the oven and the plastic was melted inside the bird (she had not stuffed the bird, prepared dressing instead, and that was her excuse for not looking inside !!!)

By Sylvia,   From mountpleasant
the first time i tryed to help my mom with the turkey i forgot to put butter and season it and it came out very dry and no flavor.so i throw it away and my mom did not have a nother to cook...so there went the thanksgiving for us..

By Sylvia,   From mountpleasant
the first time i tryed to help my mom with the turkey i forgot to put butter and season it and it came out very dry and no flavor.so i throw it away and my mom did not have a nother to cook...so there went the thanksgiving for us..

By amy,   From allentown
Cooked the turkey&never cleaned out the inside!

By susan,   From quincy
one year i burnt the rolls

By Lori,   From Fishers
I didn't know that brine was a salt water mixture for the turkey to soak in. I thought it was some sort of alcohol and soaked my first turkey for my new husband in wiskey!!!

By Heather,   From Chilhowie
One year my mom put the turkey in the oven and left it in there for about an hour and went to check on it and she forgot to Turn the oven off.

By Tim,   From Green Bay
My father tried deep frying a turkey about 5 years ago and had way too much oil in the fryer and when he submersed the turkey, the oil spilled over and lit the deck tohis house on fire. Made for an unusual day with a main course of microwave meatloaf.

By Tammy,   From SD
My sister made Thanksgiving dinner one year, but forgot to put the oven on .... needless to say our Turkey turned into Pizza! LOL!

By Susan,   From Dallas
My EX-mother-in-law showed up at our house the day before Thanksgiving with all the food. She decided she didn't want to cook and just dropped everything by the front door while we were at work. We got home 4 hours later and found everything - ruined, of course. Did we save the day and cook? Nope I had to work on Thanksgiving.

By Susan,   From Olathe
The first turkey I made it looked like it was done but when we cut into it the turkey was still pink.

By gloria,   From sebewaing
One Thanksgiving my sister was going to have the dinner. All the family was there and she was not stressed at all. We were going to eat at 2:00 and she said she had put the turkey in at 12:00. She didn't know you had to thaw it out first. Needless to say, the turkey was a brick at 2:00. She said she never read the directions. Everyone started laughing so hard, I nearly peed my pants. We ended up eating hamburgers for our Thanksgiving. I don't know what ever happened to her turkey. Maybe it's still in the oven. I still remind her of her frozen bird that year. What a joke! She will never live that one down. No more Thanksgiving at her house, that's for sure. Unless someone else makes it.

By Paula,   From Garden City
I was attacked by a real turkey. Hubby and I and our toddler daughter (now we have four kids) went to visit Nana and Poppa in NC for Thanksgiving. Nana, my daughter, and I were on our way to the big turkey dinner when we decided to drive by a little lot of land Nana was thinking about buying. It was a wooded area and a HUGE turkey got in front of the car as we were slowly moving along this dirt pathway and he wouldn't let us go! If I tried to back up, the turkey would get in the way. Doing this, that turkey held us up and made us late to dinner by almost an hour. It seems funny now, but I was truly afraid of that thing. I guess he didn't like us driving on his territory.

By Justine,   From Tumwater
Not sure if this is 'funny' but one year for thanksgiving I took a friend of mine and we went about 65 miles to my dad's...Well my friend had been working on my gas tank and he didn't put it back together correctly and we ran out of gas on the way home! We were in the middle of the freeway and there was a ton of snow (lucky!) and we decided to walk to a gas station which we did but they were all closed because of the holiday :( We hitched a ride in the back of someone's truck and it was very cold and dark lol! We finally found an open station but we did have to wade through foot high snow on the way back. This was all at about 3 am! Never again.

By chastidy,   From austin
We went to my Aunts for dinner last year and she was so excited because it was the first Thanksgiving that she had done all by herself. We all sat down ready to eat and as her husband cut into the turkey he realized that it was still raw, during all this the smoke detectors went off, the rolls had burned in the oven. So we all went to Lubys to have dinner :)

By shirley,   From dawson springs ky
my sister in law would say the most embarrassing time for her would be,when she was getting ready to cook a turkey had the over on preheat,,left the room and her brothers turned oven off.. and put a turkey decoy in the oven.....when she came back they told her she better check to see if the oven was heating. She opened the oven , the decoys head jump up, and she ran backwards nearly falling over the table.....what a laugh they had.



By Debbi,   From Wardensville
We went to visit my husbands Grandparents for Thanksgiving. The whole family are practical jokers, so you gotta have your guard up. So after dinner, we are all sitting around the table talking, one of my husbands Uncle's reaches across the table to hand me something. I was very hesitant, he says "no, it's ok, it wont hurt you". So I take what he has, and as I'm taking it he says "it's a buck eye". I throw it across the table thinking it's a deers eye (they had all been hunting earlier, and we are in the middle of nowhere West Va) needless to say it was a nut from a buckeye tree. They laughed so hard and so long, and for years to come. Frankly, I was just embarassed.

By vicky,   From north myrtle beach
The funniest from my own family was the year that grandma dropped the turkey on the floor and picked it up washed it off and feed it to other family that was coming in the afternoon. They could not understand why the rest of us kept laughing. When my aunt found out she got so mad and that just had the rest of us cracking up again. goodness I miss grandma

By Tammy,   From Smyrna
My most worse moment actually happend this year.I was craving the turkey and I found the sack of the gibblets still in the turkey.

By Deloras,   From Magalia
The Thanksgiving dinner was ready and set on the table. My Dad said before we start I want to toast the day. So he took out the champagne and proceeded to open it. The cork flew out hit the light fixture that then sprayed glass and champagne all over the dinner. There would be no turkey leftovers for us that year. It was a moment you would only see in a movie yet it happened in our house.

By Ed,   From Skokie
Grandma on Dad's side would always state that she baked the Thanksgiving pie, but the bakery box was always in the trash. Seriously.

By Carol,   From WASHINGTON
My most embarrasing moment happened yesterday while cooking Thanksgiving dinner. I had a pot of potatos and a pot of noodles with turkey broth on the stove. I had them on high but forgot about them. I realized this when the house filled up with smoke and the alarms went off. Luckily we got it under control and had a nice dinner.

By Victoria,   From Houston
In the middle of thanksgiving dinner, I fainted and my head landed in the middle of my plate of food. I had taken a cold medicine I shouldn't have. My family loves teasing me about it years later.

By Rosey,   From Jackson
The first Thanksgiving meal I made, with in-laws aplenty, I didn't know to take out the neck and gizzards. Eesh.

By Rosey,   From Jackson
The first Thanksgiving meal I made, with in-laws aplenty, I didn't know to take out the neck and gizzards. Eesh.

By Becky,   From Annapolis
True story: the first year I was married, I baked the Thanksgiving turkey without taking the bag of giblets out of the cavity. I've thought of this with every single turkey I've prepared in the years since then, and I can laugh about it now!

By Melissa,   From Baltimore
The most embarrassing Thanksgiving story I've ever heard is unfortunately about me. As a toddler, I reportedly threw up ON the turkey as my mom was setting the platter on the table. Needless to say, the family only ate side dishes that year!

By Patrick,   From Savoy
I think the most embarrassing Thanksgiving for me was a few years ago, with both sides of our family in town. We got a huge turkey, prepared it in bring for a day, and set up the grill to smoke it for 4-5 hours. I went out to check on it after only an hour and a half, and it was WAY over done. Yikes! So we ran to the store and bought two smaller turkey breasts, tried to thaw them as quickly as possible, and got them out on the grill too, figuring an hour and half was more than enough time. Guess not - we took those off and they were basically still raw. So that year, light meat or dark meat really took on a whole new meaning...


By Anita,   From Chattanooga
The most embarrassing Thanksgiving story I've heard is when a young woman making her first turkey dinner didn't thaw it out ahead of time and had to wait much longer for it to finish than planned. Why is it the most embarrassing one I've heard? Because... it happened to ME! -- LOL
roseinthemorning [at] gmail [dot] com

By SusieQ,   From Pensacola
My first Thanksgiving as a new bride, I thought I would make chestnut dressing for the turkey. I bought whole fresh chestnuts, not having any idea how to shell them. I ended up spending most of the night before figuring it out and getting them shelled. Then I was so tired on Thanksgiving day, I kept nodding off at the table in front of my brand-new in-laws. It seems funny now, but it was embarrassing then! Thanks for the chance to win!

By Bill,   From Eureka
I was removing the pies for my wife and I caught the oven mit on fire and then I dropped it ontop of the pies. We ended up with frozen pies that year.

By jason,   From richmond
My first Thanksgiving with my new inlaws. They were really trying to make me fit in and impress me. Fixed my favorite dish (Lamb) and had all the good China out. Well, the Lamb was undercooked (she had never cooked it before), and I am somewhat of a clutz. I was trying to help out all the while telling my inlaws how great the meal was. Of course, I misjudged my step and triped and broke several plates of their fine haina. The following Thanksgiving, they had paper plates and KFC. At least they still had a sense of humor. (oh, and the chicken was finger licking good)

By Timothy,   From Lexington
One Thanksgiving the Bumpus Hounds broke into the house and ate the Turkey. We had to have Thanksgiving dinner at a Chinese restaurant. Oh wait. . .that was in the movie A Christmas Story. Whoops!

By Shilo,   From Oswego
The most embarrassing thanksgiving was when my sister and brother started a fight over something petty. They kept the fight going on during the meal.

By Monique,   From Auburn
Thanks for the chance.
mogrill@comcast.net

By Erin,   From Camarillo
My extended family is a bit wild. I guess you could call them a normal family compared to my own. My parents have strict rules bout drinking and our house is decked out with scripture from the bible.
Well my aunt Went insane after about 2 hours of hosting thanksgiving at our house one year--i walked out and witnessed her going through every cabinet and door looking for some alchohal!
That's when everyone learned she was an alcoholic. And my mom started crying and praying for her!
Oh god. Did i want to die when she left and came back with drinks from the local Liqour store. . .
needless to say- we never hosted another family event at our home.

By Stephanie,   From Westlake Village
When I was a kid my great grandpa had an old pacemaker. My mom microwaved some Thanksgiving food as everyone was going to sit down (big old style microwave) and all of a sudden my great gramdpa grabbed his chest. His caretaker yelled "turn that thing off". It was effecting the pace of his maker. Talk about embarassing!
tvollowitz at aol dot com

By Renee,   From River Falls
The first Thanksgiving that I had to cook was with my new in-laws and I miscalculated the time for the turkey to cook. All the other food was done 2 hours before the turkey was done. We ate the side dishes for our meal and then snacked on the turkey while we cleaned up. Needless to say that we had tons of turkey left over. I now 34 years later I still have someone else do the calculations on how long to cook the turkey now.

By Ted,   From Wayne
My wife put the turkey into the oven, and didn't realize she set the oven to CLEAN! It was a total fiasco, we ended up buying those horrible turkey logs in the frozen food department and microwaved them instead.

By kathy,   From shelby
I have heard about people leaving the gibblets in the turkey cavity,them cooking and serving the turkey to their family and friends.That's pretty embarrassing if you don't know and pull the bag out at the table in front of everyone:)

By Heather,   From Rome
My embarassing story is I didn't know you had to leave the turkey legs tied or else they wouldn't cook right. I had a house full of people waiting to eat and the breast was cooked but the legs still had pink on them. I was so stressed. I had to cut the turkey off the breast and serve it and no dark meat as it wasn't edible. It was not a relaxing holiday to say the least.

By Andrew,   From reminderville
Probably the time we brought our new dog for thanksgiving only to have her jump up on the table and eat from all the dishes before we caught her. Than, later, she threw up everywhere.

By kathleen,   From rochester
when my younger sister friend , woke up my dad to wish him happy turkey day and the next day, my dad joking asked if he could have a 20 years wake him up every year,,,we did get a chuckle out of it

 
 
 
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