Rudolph Coloring Page
Are you searching for Rudolph coloring pages? Well, guess what? You walk into the right place. I've made this post and have them stuffed with at least 21 Rudolph coloring pages that you can print for your little loved ones at the cost of nothing. The catch? Nothing, really. It's just please use them for personal use only as some of these coloring pages might be copyrighted. I do not own these images, so again, use them only for personal use. To print the coloring pages you like, simply click on one of the thumbnails below. You'll then be able to see them in full resolution. Save the images on your hard drive and print them.
The red nosed reindeer sure looks cute in the following coloring pages. You get to see him interact with many of the characters he's friend with. You can even see Rudolph when he was still a baby together with his mother and father. I know Rudolph might be a little outdated now that we live in 2016, but hey this classic cartoon never gets old. Kids are still loving rudolph as much as we did in the old time. The kind hearted reindeer never minds helping his friends, whether it's Santa, the dwarves or the toys. Check out more Rudolph coloring pages below!
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Rudolph Coloring Pages
Rudolph Fun Facts
- The animation technique is called Animagic, and it was handled by Japanese animators.
- Rudolph was created by Robert L. May, a copywriter for the department store chain Montgomery Ward, which published the story as a promotional booklet in 1939.
- After production, the Santa and Rudolph puppets were given to a secretary, who didn't keep special care of them. They fell into disrepair and were eventually bought by a collector. In 2006, the collector had the puppets appraised on the PBS series Antiques Roadshow, where they were valued between $8000 and $10,000.
- On the Island of Misfit Toys, where odd and abandoned toys are exiled to, there's a rag doll named Dolly who seems perfectly normal. However, Arthur Rankin Jr. confirmed in 2007 that Dolly's problem is psychological -- she's depressed because her owner discarded her. Poor Dolly.
- Nestor the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey was a botched attempt to create another Rudolph.