In the '60s and '70s, it just wasn't Christmas without the legendary King Family. Catapulting to fame as one of the most popular television, recording and concert acts of the era, the Kings hosted two network series and 17 holiday TV specials. In celebration of the 45th anniversary of their ABC debut, join the King Family on DVD for the first time ever as they take a heartwarming look back at their classic specials in this all-new holiday TV event, coming to public television soon from Polly O. Entertainment. In clips unseen for decades (now digitally remastered), the Kings perform a cavalcade of classic showstoppers, while sharing personal, behind-the-scenes memories in contemporary interviews. Featuring Grammy-nominated, big band era greats the King Sisters; guitar virtuoso Alvino Rey; film favorite Robert Clarke; the King Cousins featuring '60s sweetheart Tina Cole (of My Three Sons fame); the King Kiddies; and all the aunts, uncles, brothers and sisters that make up "America's First Family of Song." Includes heartwarming performances of such beloved classics as "I'll be Home for Christmas," "White Christmas," "Santa Claus is Coming to Town," "My Favorite Things," "Caroling, Caroling," "The Christmas Waltz" "The First Noel" and a swinging bossa-nova medley of "'Twas the Night Before Christmas." As a bonus, the 1967 Christmas Show is included in it's entirety, featuring a surprise reunion between King Sister Alyce and her son, home from U.S. Army service.