Facts on Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer
The popularity of our dearest reindeer Rudolph with a shiny red nose is not only famous for poems or the most famous song, Rudolph the red nose reindeer (originally known as The Night before Christmas), but it is also in a story (from where Rudolph was mainly extracted. A story is written by Robert L. May, a television series with a sequel and also in a film with a sequel. We all love Rudolph, dont we? That famous reindeer that is not only privileged to be Santas ninth and the lead reindeer to lay his sleigh, but also has an appearance in many other forms.
Also, Rudolph is so widely accepted all over the world that in many places, he is portrayed as the folk fore of Christmas and also is privileged enough to see the characters 75th anniversary being celebrated and the 50th anniversary of the television serial being celebrated which was also based on Rudolph.
It is also reported that there are many nicknames of Rudolph, which are namely Rudy, Red and Rudy the red nosed Reject.
So, these were some of the most accepted facts of Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer. It is a very good character, and we have always appreciated Rudolph for the character he has as for how it has been portrayed in songs, poems, television series and also films.