She later comes to pick up her brother from boarding school, promising to never have him come back from that awful place. Kennedy, portrayed by Chriss Anglin. It was directed by Ray Patterson and produced by Burny Mattinson. Williams' son , then aged four, provided the voice for. The Smurfs watch from a window as the evil wizard makes the exchange for the promised scroll, with Papa Smurf noticing something about the stranger. McCreep tells Flatbroke of his plan to go to an island to hire people for an army to raise war on the King's castle; fortunately, two Smurfs had been listening to this.
They both become exhausted soon after, but Peewit knocks out McCreep with a final note. Then the Smurf of Christmas Future, who appears as Hefty Smurf, shows Grouchy his future. While the Smurfs are busy getting another walnut from the squirrel in the forest, the children seek out help for their grandfather, who is buried underneath the wrecked sleigh. However, deep down, he was actually heartbroken from being abandoned by an unloving father, his sister dying when Fred was born and Belle leaving him. Papa Smurf offers the kids presents in addition to his hospitality. As they ride off, the children wave goodbye to the Smurfs whom they see are hiding on a precipice.
Some industry insiders took issue that a short originally shown on television was given the award, and the Academy responded by changing its policy, disqualifying any future works initially shown on television. Live-action roles include and , while the voice-over roles include , , , and. The smurfs head into the forest and chop down a huge tree to get wood from the tree trunk's very center as only this kind of wood can be useful in crafting a magical flute. However, they are too late. The Smurfs, who have found the ritual starting, wonder what they can do to combat such evil. Out in the forest, an old man is riding in a sleigh with his two grandchildren, William and Guinevere, telling them about , who brings children presents every. Johan and Peewit then go to the house of Homnibus the wizard.
However, just as Papa Smurf is about to give the flute to Johan and Peewit, the two are warped back to the wizard's house. She explains to him that she is the Smurf of Christmas Past to teach him a lesson about appreciating Christmas. That night a man named Matthew McCreep learns from the merchant that the same flute he had been looking for is at the castle. He says that he will send three spirits, and to expect the first ghost when teh bell tolls one, the second at two the next night and the third one at midnight. The animated short was written by and directed by Troy Quane, and it stars the voices of , , Melissa Sturm, , , and. The visual style, which is unusually powerful, is inspired by 19th century engraved illustrations of the original story by and the pen and ink renderings by illustrator that graced 1930s editions of the book.
He is rather fearful when the stranger says he will now come with him, and when he and Azrael back away from him, they find a tree behind them has been turned into a bunch of snakes by him, forcing them to surrender. Using a spell called Hypnokinesis, the wizard sends Johan and Peewit to Smurfland where the magic flute was built. After their Christmas party, all of the Smurfs go to bed and receive a gift from Papa Smurf - a Smurf hat handcrafted by him. In the sequel, Gargamel creates a couple of evil Smurf-like creatures called the Naughties to harness the magical Smurf-essence. Suddenly, he sees an angel appear, who seems to be.
Exploring the origins of Smurfs, the comedy-adventure features a new take on the characters, with designs and environments more closely following the artwork created by Peyo. Afterward, they celebrate with a party. He asks them if they have any money, and when they say no, he slams the door in their faces, so the children go looking for someone else to help them. Then the Smurf of Christmas Present, who is Brainy Smurf, appears and shows how he felt about the gift he had received. Upon reaching the village, however, Gargamel is disappointed to find out that there are no Smurfs left in it, but he decides to go ahead with reciting the incantation on the scroll.
It was directed by , and it features the voices of , , and. He then tells him to be happy on Christmas. He was also mentioned to have left very little in the way of a fortune, leaving only enough for Scrooge to pay for Marley's tombstone so the former had him buried at sea instead. Then the Smurf of Christmas Present, who is Brainy Smurf, appears and shows how he felt about the gift he had received. At the castle, Johan and Peewit give the flutes back to the smurfs, and after they leave, Peewit starts playing the flute, only to realize to his horror that it has no effect on the townsfolk; it is the fake flute he had made! He opens it and finds a Smurf hat, but not the one he had expected - a. Harmony offers to play his solo, and as he does, something miraculous happens: the tree lights up, fully restored, and so does the village.
William thinks that Papa Smurf is , and after the wolves depart, Guinevere tells him and the other Smurfs about their grandfather. Gargamel is so happy to get the scroll with which he can destroy the Smurfs that he immediately heads for the Smurf Village as the stranger takes the children away. However, McCreep uses the flute to stop them. The King throws it into the fireplace in his room, which starts to emit green smoke. Hefty tells him that if he does not change his ways, all of the Smurfs will wander into the forest and get captured by Gargamel.