TV on DVD: Winkler as Scrooge, 'SpongeBob'

"It's a SpongeBob Christmas!" premiers at 9:30 p.m.

"It's a SpongeBob Christmas!" premiers at 9:30 p.m. Friday on CBS and repeats at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 9 on Nickelodeon. The half-hour special features John Goodman as Santa Claus. Plankton turns everybody in Bikini Bottom naughty by feeding them his special fruitcake. A DVD of the show is $14.99, including interviews with the cast. (Credit: CBS)

An American Christmas Carol

MOVIE In this 1979 TV movie, Henry Winkler's Depression-era financier goes bah-humbug on New England townspeople rocked by plant closings, loan payments, etc. Sound familiar?

EXTRAS Winkler looks back at the film he made while starring as Fonzie on "Happy Days."


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LIST PRICE $30 DVD or Blu-ray, finally out from Shout.

 

More new yule DVDs

IT'S A SPONGEBOB CHRISTMAS! The new CBS stop-motion special hits disc with making-of, full-length animatic, MP3 songs, SBSP yule log!; $15, Nickelodeon.

SCOOBY-DOO! 13 SPOOKY TALES: HOLIDAY CHILLS AND THRILLS New "Scooby-Doo! Haunted Holidays" joins "Scooby-Doo! Christmas," "Nutcracker Scoob," more; $20, Warner.

PREP & LANDING: TOTALLY TINSEL COLLECTION Original TV special and "Naughty vs. Nice" sequel, plus bonus features; $20 DVD/Blu-ray combo, Disney.

POWER RANGERS SAMURAI: CHRISTMAS TOGETHER, FRIENDS FOREVER Holiday episodes from "Samurai," "Zeo," "Mighty Morphin"; $15, Lionsgate.

12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS A dozen Lifetime movies, among them "A Christmas Wedding," "Christmas in Paradise," "Will You Merry Me?"; $40, A&E.

CHRISTMAS WITH DANNY KAYE Peggy Lee, Nat King Cole and Mary Tyler Moore in two yule episodes from Kaye's '60s variety hour; $15, Inception.

THE DEAN MARTIN CHRISTMAS SHOW Famously "casual" music/comedy hour's 1968 holiday show, with Bob Newhart, Bob Hope, crew's kids; $13, Time Life.

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