This video contains 4 classic cartoons from the thirties and forties: The Captain's Christmas (1938), One Ham's Family (1943), Toyland Broadcast (1935), and The Night Before Christmas (1941). Only the last one is a Tom & Jerry cartoon, but all are wonderful cartoons that kids and grownups alike will enjoy watching over and over again. In The Captain's Christmas, a pirate with evil intentions dresses up as Santa, but he and his cohorts catch the Christmas spirit and end up "giving the Captain and the Kids a Christmas Eve celebration that brings down the house - on their heads!" One Ham's Family is a very funny Tex Avery classic in which the big bad wolf pretends he's Santa to invade the home of little Junior Pig and his parents on Christmas Eve. But the wolf is no match for little Junior, "the nastiest 'problem child' ever to be left 'home alone'!" In Toyland Broadcast, a toy shop becomes a radio station. It is a "musical special with an all-star toy cast featuring tributes to such famous performers as Kate Smith, Paul Whiteman, and Bing Crosby." The piece de resistance is Tom & Jerry's Night before Christmas, a hilarious holiday chase with a touching, happy ending.