If you're heading to a Thanksgiving getaway or family get-together, take along a Thanksgiving DVD.
This Emmy-winning tv show was made in 1973, but Peanuts holiday specials never age.
This cartoon animation of Garfield, Odie, and the gang is a triple-header: Halloween; Thanksgiving; and Christmas.
Includes "A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving", in which Rabbit's mad rush of preparations loses the meaning of the holiday. Hmmm...
This hour-long animation, from 1968, was made by the company that created holiday classics such as Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer. It tells the story of pilgrims facing dangers traveling to the New World and building a colony, done with humor and some famous voices (Tennessee Ernie Ford, Eddie Albert.)
Thanksgiving at the Pickles house: a live turkey shows up at the door, and the kids want to save it from the dinner table.
Steve Martin and John Candy star in this silly movie: Steve Martin just wants to fly home for Thanksgiving with his family, but a blizzard and various crazy events thwart him and constantly get him stuck with idiotic salesman John Candy.