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Fay's Twelve Days of Christmas


directed by William Wegman, 24 minutes

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How many Wegman Weimaraners does it take to count the twelve days of Christmas? William Wegman brings together his famous family of Weimaraners to get ready for the holidays in a witty and delightful festival of decorating, crafts, cooking, gift wrapping, fruitcake and more. Watch as Batty, Crooky, Chundo and Fay celebrate the season as only they can. Christmas stockings, popcorn chains, a dream sequence, a guest appearance by a Boston terrier, cookies in geometric shapes, Elves, Santa’s workshop and those amazing dog numbers! William Wegman’s version of the holiday classic is a wonderland dream come true for kids and fans alike.

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Created over 2 years ago. Updated almost 2 years ago.

It was very funny! The dogs had hands and they looked like persons. One of them had a dream that their friend was Santa.They had so many decorations on their tree. It was weird, the dog in the train circle was supposed to be their baby? What?? ~Review by C., age 7

Definitely a must see for all ages ;) "Where do grapes come from? From France, of course!" A Christmas classic.

Created over 2 years ago.

I love Wegman's work, and this is no exception. Both odd and hilarious.

Created almost 2 years ago.

Laugh-out-loud funny. The expressions on the dogs' faces throughout are priceless.

Created over 1 year ago.

It was a little more sincere than I was expecting but I liked the attention to detail and the complex expressions on the dogs' faces :-)

Created over 1 year ago.

An animated Wegman Weimerainer Christmas story doesn't quite do it for me. The dogs are beautiful of course. I prefer the static image of the dogs doing whatever. Animation trivializes them, makes them mere props in a quaint, silly story.

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