Like all Flyers, he wears a Medal of Valor. He also has black tipped ears, brown eyes, blond hair, and a bright red nose. They reveal that Zoey has been captured by Stormella and teach him how to control his nose by telling him to think about everyone he loves and everyone who loves him and to let this love be the light of his heart. After seeing the light coming from Rudolph's nose, Santa asks him to guide his sleigh through the storm, to which Rudolph accepts. As a Yearling A year later Rudolph starts , where he is ridiculed by his mean-spirited cousin Arrow and the other students because his nose, except by a young doe named Zoey.
Rudolph says that Stormella is nice now and maybe Santa wouldn't mind if she came. Rudolph thinks that his father is ashamed of him, and decides to run away from home, leaving a letter to his parents. After good luck wishes from his friends and a kiss from Zoey, Rudolph is given a Medal of Valor by Santa, before guiding the other Flyers through the storm to deliver the presents. When a boomerang who doesn't come back swoops by Yukon, he loses his balance and falls. Rudolph and Zoey also learn that Ridley took the Sprites to put on a surprise private light show for Stormella since she has never been invited to Santa's Winter Celebrations due to her being wicked in the past. Zoey joins him and says that she'd like to be his friend, and that she doesn't care about being seen with him.
However the Toy Taker tries to escape again, but Yukon manages to lasso him up with Hermey's floss. Later, Rudolph overhears Blitzen arguing with the referee, saying that his red nose wasn't Rudolph's fault, and that it was an accident, attempting to persuade him that Rudolph couldn't have controlled his nose's glow and avoided blinding Arrow. He then places him in the bed of Steven's new daughter who awakens to cuddle up with him, as Mr. Afterwards, Slyly arrives and steals the key to free them, the group start to leave, but are confronted by Stormella who is joined by her and her penguin butler , who threatens to harm Zoey. Zoey tells him that she and Rudolph were just talking but Arrow says it looked more like kissing to him. The film thus revisits classic characters like Hermey the Elf now a and , who is now famous in the.
Later that night, Rudolph has a nightmare about the remarks people made about his nose and wakes up to get fresh air. He leaves with his parents to see Santa's toy factory, where he is given a by one of the elves and witnesses threatening to cast a storm if anyone crosses her Ice Bridge. Several key personnel were retained from that movie: Kathleen Barr, the voice of Rudolph; Michael Aschner, the head writer; and Bill Kowalchuk, the director. During this time, Rudolph and Zoey confess their feelings for each other. Rudolph tells him that isn't true, but Arrow replies that Zoey told him so. Family Entertainment was likewise retained as the production company. GoodTimes Entertainment, three years prior, had released , which was set in a separate with different supporting characters.
Unfortunately, the disqualifies Rudolph for this incident and makes Arrow winner instead, much to the anger of Blitzen and Zoey. Rudolph is tickled by Cupid, and as a result his nose glows again. Before the start of the games, Zoey gives him her for good luck and gives him a kiss. He is later seen with his parents showing him their , where he meets his uncles Dasher, Comet, and Cupid. This causes him to be laughed at by the other villagers. During the race, Rudolph and his elf driver see Arrow cheating by ramming his sleigh into another competitor, causing them to crash.
Santa explains that while it is true that some children outgrow their toys, he knows Steven is looking for him. Stormella becomes nice, but says that she can't call off her storm. In the morning the cave is blocked by an avalanche so the two are forced to find a new home. Teenage Life and Saving Christmas Years later, a now teenaged Rudolph is seen with Zoey preparing to compete in. With the others help, however, Rudolph saves her. Cuddles, with loose stuffing coming out from him.
After this the toy taker threw lanterns at Rudolph and clarify so he foul escrow them but Rudolph captured him, Rudolph and Clarice eject themselves from the cart and have to help save the Toy Taker from falling to his fate. They do so, and Rudolph, considering about turning his nose normal, decides to keep his nose the way it is. Rudolph and his friends agree to bring him there and have Queen Camilla fix him to cheer him up. As he smiles Santa flies off into the night. In this book set after the film, Rudolph along with his now doefriend Zoey look for the Sprites after they fail to show up at Santa's Winter Celebrations to put on their light show, after Santa, Blitzen and the other Flyers were unable to find them. Santa leaves to deliver the presents at their first house where Mr.
As thanks, Stormella grants Rudolph one wish, so he asks for her to be nice and turns down her offer to give him a normal nose. When neck-neck with Arrow, Rudolph is able to jump over a broken sleigh which had also been knocked off course. Appearances Rudolph compared to his parents. Luckily Bumble is there to save Yukon, Hermey and the blimp before any further damage can be made. The writer hoped this approach would begin the story on a dramatic note, help distinguish it from other versions of Rudolph, explain the origin of his nose, and establish a personal relationship with the sprites that would run through the rest of the story. Probably because, Arrow doesn't want to be reminded that he's related to Rudolph.