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A Special Treat! Santa Buddies Giveaway!!

posted by Nell Minow
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The Buddies are back! Budderball, B-Dawg, Rosebud, Buddha and Mudbud team up with Puppy Paws, the fun-loving son of Santa Paws (of course) in a rollicking holiday adventure, available November 24, 2009. It features the voice of George Wendt (“Cheers”) as Santa and “America’s Got Talent” sensation Kaitlyn Maher as Tiny. (Stay tuned for an interview with the 5-year-old singer.)

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I have TWO sensational prize packages including the plush toys and the DVD to give away plus TWO Blu-Ray DVD sets. Send me an email at moviemom@moviemom.com before November 27, 2009 with Santa Buddies Toys OR Santa Buddies DVD in the subject line and tell me which is your favorite buddy and why. The first two to write for each prize will win the buddies! One prize per family.



  • Sharisse Bowen

    What a great movie!

  • Amy Gregg

    My 5 year old son’s favorite is MudBud because he plays sports like him and loves to be muddy:)

  • Stephanie

    Buddha is the best because he gives words of wisdom to children of all ages.

  • Diane

    My daughter loves Rosebud because she can keep up with the boys, but she likes to be girly, too!

  • Debbi

    Santa Buddies Toys look so cute, my daughter Amber would them all. She seems to favor Rosebud, I guess its a girl thing.

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