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    A few more clues.
    4. This is the Christmas episode of a series that ran from 1997-1998 on Fox Kids.
    5. My grandson and I are dogs. Strangely enough, everybody at the prison are humans.
    6. The grandson and his bunny friend are the main characters of this show.
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    I found the answer, but will only supply it if no one else figures it out.
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    emeraldisle Moderator Staff Member I SUPPORT BCDB!

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    Well, here I go. It's Sam's Grandma, from "The Adventures Of Sam And Max: Freelance Police. Specifically, the episode "Christmas Bloody Christmas."
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    Yes, this is Granny Ruth--who is a badass.
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    emeraldisle Moderator Staff Member I SUPPORT BCDB!

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    Thanks, Glowworm. Now to move on to one totally unrelated to the holiday season:

    1. I'm only seen briefly in the film.

    2. I head up an organization based in New York City.

    3. My late voice actor most famously played a doctor named after a city in India.
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    emeraldisle Moderator Staff Member I SUPPORT BCDB!

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    Ok, three more clues:

    4. I'm also seen in the sequel.

    5. In the first film, I call a meeting after getting a message in a bottle from a human.

    6. I express total shock at seeing a lady team up with a janitor.
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    If he has a name, it'd be All There In The Manual. This is the Chairman (chairmouse?) of the Rescue Aid Society, headquartered in the bowels of the United Nations building in New York, who dispatches The Rescuers Bernard and Miss Bianca to aid Penny. His voice was supplied by Bernard Fox from the television series Passions, playing Doctor Bombay (today called Mumbai). Fox died on Wednesday 14 December 2016, so the RAS will need a new chair.
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    OUB, you got it again. But Dr. Bombay actually originated on "Bewitched." Still, good job. :).
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    Nice. Okay, this one isn't quite Christmas, but it's got plenty of snow, and a happy ending, so ... close enough?

    1) This character appears only once to date in a partially animated feature film. Mostly animated, really; the live people only show up to open and close the story.

    2) This character is human, let's get that out in the open. Many of other characters aren't human, but this one is.

    3) It was close there for a while, but this character survives to the end of the story. In fact, the story revolves around efforts by other characters to make sure this character survives.
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    I have the answer already, but let's see if someone else can get it.
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    Well, might as well answer. It's Rosie, from "Balto."

    1. The movie opens and closes with an elderly Rosie telling the story of Balto to her granddaughter.

    2. Self-explanatory.

    3. Rosie is one of many children who've contracted diphtheria. Balto and the other sled dogs race against time to deliver the serum, and successfully do so.
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    Exactly, this is little Rosie, from Amblimation's feature Balto. It's the story of sled dogs making an emergency run from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska that would become the Iditarod. Good memory, Em. :)
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    Thanks, OUB. However, since most holiday characters are now filed under "been there, done that," I'll let someone else take my turn.
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    No takers, so I guess I have no choice. Here goes:

    1. I work closely with a human.

    2. My son accidentally destroys something the man built.

    3. Like the one who voiced a gluttonous rat, my voice actor was often seen on a game show modeled after Tic-Tac-Toe.
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    Ah, thanks to Saltyboot, I can now zero in on this character. It's Father Mouse, a clockmaker mouse living in parallel with human clockmaker Joshua Trundle, from the Rankin Bass holiday special Twas The Night Before Christmas. Dang, I'd almost forgotten this one.
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    Right again, OUB. Good job. :). The first two clues are self-explanatory, and of course, George Gobel, like Paul Lynde, was a regular on "Hollywood Squares." In fact, Peter Marshall even promoted Gobel's role as Father Mouse right there on the show. So you go again.
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    Sweet. :) Can I think of another Christmas character? Not quite, but close.

    1) This character has appeared only once to date in a completely animated feature film. There are humans in this one, but they're 100% animated, too.

    2) Christmas is not the holiday one would normally associate with this character. Nevertheless, she gets to meet Santa Claus in person.

    3) Of all places to meet Santa Claus: the darkest, dingiest, dreariest casino / dungeon imaginable. Neither Santa nor this character is there by choice, though.
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    I may have found the answer, but let's see if someone else gets it.
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    Sally from the Nightmare Before Christmas.
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