Who Narrated The Grinch Cartoon?
- Dave Jackson
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Who is the narrator of how the Grinch stole Christmas?
The Grinch Who Stole Christmas animation narrated by Ja Rule
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Who voices the Grinch in the Grinch?
The Grinch is a grumpy, antisocial, green monster with a heart “two sizes too tiny” that lives alone in a cave atop Mount Crumpit, which is located above the town of Whoville. The plot of the story revolves around this character. He despises Christmas in particular, and he has always been irritated by the Christmas events that the town puts on.
- One Christmas Eve, he comes to the conclusion that the only way to prevent Christmas Day from arriving in Whoville is to dress up as Santa Claus, and to have his dog, Max, dress up as a reindeer.
- He also decides to steal all of the Christmas gifts, decorations, and other symbols of the holiday.
- He makes his decision on Christmas Eve.
After he has finished loading, he intends to discard the bags that contain the stolen property. His scheme is almost foiled by a young child by the name of Cindy Lou-Who, but other than that, it goes unnoticed. When the Grinch finally gets to the top of Mount Crumpit and is about to drop the bags, he learns that the residents of Whoville have gathered in the middle of the town to sing as Christmas Day begins, despite the fact that they do not have any presents or decorations.
Who are the actors in the Grinch on Freeview?
How Mr. Grinch Stole Christmas During the upcoming holiday season, programming dedicated to Christmas will be abundant on Freeview TV. The Whos of Whoville and the lanky, green Grinch, who can be seen on ITV2 during the holiday season, contribute to the feeling that Christmas is even more wonderful than it already is.