Kidsongs: We Wish You a Merry Christmas (sometimes known as The Kidsongs Christmas Special) is the fourteenth entry of Kidsongs Music Video Stories released in December 1992.
- Santa Claus (Played by Don Mincey)
- Mrs. Claus (Played by Barbara Logan)
- Frosty the Snowman (Played by Rob Grader)
- Miss Morgenstern (Played by Mary Bartram)
- Lauren's Mom (Played by Ramona Jackson)
- Lauren's Dad (Played by Michael Bennett)
- Jennifer & Justin's Mom (Played by Judith Stewart)
- Jennifer & Justin's Dad (Played by Ed D'Leal)
- Mayor (Played by Weston Nathanson)
- Policeman (Played by J.R. Patterson)
- Choirs (Played by Beverly Hills Presbyterian)
The Kidsongs CastEdit
- Christian Buenaventura
- Jahi Chilombo
- Miyoko Chilombo
- Sean Gowers
- Lauren Jackson
- Stephanie Koyano
- Michelle Montoya as Jennifer
- Ashley Nation
- Neil Nicholson
- Katie Polk
- Janessa Ray
- Bre Seltzer
- Eric Stretch
- Danny Zavatsky as Justin
Songs (Christmas Carols featured) Edit
- Deck the Hall (with Boughs of Holly)
- All I Want for Christmas (is My 2 Front Teeth)
- Silent Night (Instrumental)
- Frosty the Snowman
- Jingle Bells (also used during the end credits)
- Santa, Please Don't Forget Me
- If I Had a Pony for Christmas
- The 12 Days of Christmas
- Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
- Santa Claus is Comin' To Town
- We Wish You a Merry Christmas
- The video was taped at Santa Clarita Studios.
- Some viewers who watched it already call it as "The Kidsongs Christmas Special", due to PBS' programming.
- The soundtrack version released in 1997, has the songs that are in the video put in random and not in the video's order, as in the original 1992 cassette.
- In "All I Want for Christmas (is My Two Front Teeth)", it was Lauren Jackson who led the Kids in the song.
- According to the credits, the falling lord concept is done by Neil as in "The 12 Days of Christmas", the lord tries to leap but falls down and later he tries again the third time.
- This is one of the two videos to have less than 16-28 kids. Another one (Baby Animal Songs) was in 1995, following the same format.
- The song "Silent Night" is heard as an underscore.