|Written by||Tom Wilson|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||24 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Welcome Productions, in association with Universal Press Syndicate|
|Original release||December 1, 1982|
Ziggy's Gift is a 1982 American animated TV special short film directed by Richard Williams, based on the comic strip Ziggy. The special first aired December 1, 1982, on ABC. It was written by Ziggy's creator Tom Wilson and Animators included Eric Goldberg and Tom Sito with music by Harry Nilsson. The film won an Emmy award.
Ziggy (who does not say any dialogue in the special) and his faithful dog Fuzz take a job as a street Santa to raise money for the poor. Surrounded by crooked Santas, sneaky thieves and a suspicious cop, Ziggy remains honest and kind.
- "Unflinchingly unhip but unbelievably popular, Ziggy turns 35". The Associated Press. Retrieved 2011-12-25.
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