Chuck Jones' animated version of the classic Dr. Seuss book How the Grinch Stole Christmas originally aired on television in 1966 and has since become a holiday family favorite. Voiced by Boris Karloff (who also narrates), the Grinch lives on top of a hill overlooking Whoville with his dog, Max. Each year at Christmas time, the Grinch's hatred grows stronger toward those insufferably cheerful Whos down in Whoville. Content to exchange presents, eat large banquets, and sing songs in the town square, the Whos live in a blissful ignorance of the Grinch's contempt. One year, he gets the idea to stop Christmas from coming by dressing up as Santa Claus. He cobbles together an outfit and makes his dog drag him around on a sleigh while sneaking into the Whos' homes and stealing their presents, food, and decorations. After he has stolen every last thing, the Whos wake up on Christmas morning to sing in the town square, causing the Grinch to question the basis of his nefarious plan. Thurl Ravenscroft (the voice of kid cereal mascot Tony the Tiger) provides the vocals for the song "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch." This story was remade into a live-action movie in 2000 by director Ron Howard starring Jim Carrey as the Grinch.~Andrea LeVasseur
Making Animation and Bringing It to Life: Audio Commentary with Animator Phil Roman and June Foray, the Voice of Cindy-Lou Who
Dr. Seuss and the Grinch - From Whoville to Hollywood: A rapping, rhyming chronicle of the original book and This Beloved Animated Adaptation
Songs in the Key of Grinch: Interviews with Composer Albert Hague and Vocalist Thurl Ravenscroft
Who's Who in Whoville: Biography about your favorite Grinch team with Creator/Writer Dr. Seuss, Director Chuck Jones, Narrator Boris Karloff, and the voice of Cindy-Lou Who, June Foray
Gring Song Selections: Go Right to Your Favorite Songs
TNT's Special Edition featurette with the late Phil Hartman takes a historic look at Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
Grinch Pencil Test
Albert HagueComposer (Music Score)
Maurice NobleProduction Designer
Childrens and Family,Holidays
Children's Fantasy,Fantasy Comedy,Holiday Film
How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Year of Release
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
Warner Home Video
Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas: The Ultimate Edition [DVD] 
How the Grinch Stole Christmas is a must have Christmas movie, and this Ultimate Edition is the best version available of the 1966 classic.
The video and sound quality are pristine. I watched it with my family and it was like seeing it for the first time!
Included are two extra Grinch episodes. One with the Cat in the Hat, and the other is a Halloween story.
This version also includes a code for digital HD redemption, which it an amazing value considering you get a Blu-ray disc, DVD, and digital.
Finally got this holiday classic to share w/ my kiddo. Instantly transported back to my childhood watching this w/ my brother just before X-mas. The Grinch hate Christmas but can he change or is X-mas about to be ruined for all of Whoville.
I took the opportunity this year to finally upgrade my remaining DVDs to blu ray, and I have to say, I wish I hadn't waited so long to do so with this Christmas Classic! The Grinch has never looked or sounded grinchier, and that's a good thing! Now, there are a couple of money-grabbing sequels also on this disc, but they should be ignored. Just enjoy Boris Karloff's narration of Mr. Grinch and Max scheming and then learning an important lesson.