Retroist How the Grinch Stole Christmas Podcast
Hey there, and welcome to the Retroist podcast! In this week's episode, we're diving into the heartwarming holiday classic, "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas!" from the swinging 1960s. Get ready for a fun-filled ride as we explore the world of the Grinch and all the delightful details that make this animated gem so special.
First up, I'll be talking about the brilliant mind behind it all - the incredibly talented author, Dr. Seuss. His imagination and storytelling abilities brought us the enchanting book that laid the foundation for this beloved holiday special.
Next, we'll delve into the man who brought the animated world of the Grinch to life. The animation is what makes this classic so timeless and endearing, and we'll celebrate the genius behind it all.
But wait, there's more! We can't forget about the 2000 movie adaptation, the musical renditions, and so much more that have kept the Grinch's spirit alive throughout the years. From the big screen to the stage, this lovable character has found new ways to warm our hearts with his journey of redemption and love.
And this week, we're joined by the wonderful Vic Sage, who brings us another fascinating segment of "Why Should I Know this Person." This time, Vic shines a spotlight on the incredibly talented Thurl Ravenscroft, an artist whose name you should definitely know!
So, get your hot cocoa ready and settle in for a delightful journey into the magical world of the Grinch. We'll cover all the fun facts and charming anecdotes that make "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas!" an enduring holiday classic. Let's get started and spread some festive cheer together!
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