How the Toys Saved Christmas

DVD Release: August 9, 2011
How the Toys Saved Christmas


Every Christmas Eve, Granny Rose (voice of Mary Tyler Moore) helps Santa deliver toys to little girls and boys. Except this year, Granny Rose is sick and has asked Mr. Grimm (voice of Tony Randall) to take over this most important job. When the toys overhear his plans to wait until morning and sell them to the highest bidder, the toys decide to deliver themselves! But there’s danger and surprises around every corner as they try to find the children they’re meant to be with—without getting caught by Mr. Grimm. A magical holiday adventure, How the Toys Saved Christmas is a delightful movie children of all
ages will want to watch again and again.

Dove Review

Each Christmas Eve, Granny Rose works as Santa’s helper to deliver toys to the children in her little town. Except, this year Granny Rose is sick and has asked Mr. Grimm to help her with this most important job. Mr. Grimm is not who he appears to be and Christmas is in trouble! The toys come to life, overhear his plan and begin to make plans of their own to bring Christmas to the little boys and girls who have been so good all year. We watch as these little toys work together, sacrificing what they want for what is best for another. Friendship, teamwork and the magic of the holiday season are woven throughout making this delightful viewing for families and children of all ages. We are happy to award this film the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: None
Language: Minor name calling such as "stupid".
Violence: There is animated anger and yelling as a character reacts to plans being thwarted.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: A character rides on a broom to deliver toys.


Company: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
Director: Enzo D'Alò
Producer: Maria Feres
Genre: Christmas
Runtime: 78 min.
Reviewer: Nancy Bouwens