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The Snowden, Raggedy Ann and Andy Holiday Show (1998)

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Won 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Kurt Browning ... Andrew
Josée Chouinard Josée Chouinard ... Annie
Ekaterina Gordeeva Ekaterina Gordeeva ... Ballerina
Scott Hamilton ... Doc
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Laura Biberacher Laura Biberacher ... Ice Follies Skater
Laura Gaines Laura Gaines ... Ice Follies Skater
Jessica Pickett Gillon Jessica Pickett Gillon ... Ice Follies Skater
Chelsey Grindle Chelsey Grindle ... Ice Follies Skater
Katie Harris Katie Harris ... Ice Follies Skater
Alison Cummins King Alison Cummins King ... Ice Follies Skater
Jennifer Kruger Jennifer Kruger ... Ice Follies Skater
Rick Logan Rick Logan ... Song Performer
Sara Lovejoy Sara Lovejoy ... Ice Follies Skater
Leon McCrary Leon McCrary ... Song Performer
Jennifer Minezaki Jennifer Minezaki ... Ice Follies Skater
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

The Snowden, Raggedy Ann and Andy Holiday Show See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Follows Snowden on Ice (1997) See more »

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Scott Hamilton CAN act!
18 January 2006 | by jjwiff3See all my reviews

This was awful, of course, but I have a soft spot for it. My daughter was two when this came out. We wore the tape out on a continuous loop. She wouldn't turn it off. She loved Ann and Andy, the two brother and sister skaters. The tape even had to come with us to Disney World.

The basic premise is that Scott Hamilton runs a traveling ice troupe, and they have to put on a show. There is a magic mirror, that I seem to remember being broken. I couldn't figure out what Snowden himself did, exactly. And the Ballerina was a little too mysterious. No matter. If you have small kids, (girls) and you're looking for a respite from Barney, Blues Clues, and Sesame Street, you could do far worse than this little confection.


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