Carpenter Andersen and Santa Claus makes a deal which saves Christmas for them both.
Hans Christian Andersen Stories is a Japanese anime series by Mushi Productions and aired on Fuji TV from January 3 to December 21, 1971.
Young Andersen is a two-part Danish television serial directed by Rumle Hammerich and co-written by Hammerich and Ulf Stark. It chronicles the formative boarding school years of fairy tale writer Hans Christian Andersen and his subsequent arrival at Copenhagen where he struggles for success and recognition. It is produced principally by Nordisk Film while additional production funding was provided by SVT and NRK.
The only child in a wretchedly poor family in the Danish village of Odense, Hans Christian Andersen lives in a fantasy world. His hand carved dolls and puppets, his father's bedtime stories, and his own natural flair for fantastic tales brings the child temporary escape. It takes him all the way to Copenhagen where, he's been told, dreams can really come true.
The Fairytaler is a 2004 Danish animated television series based on the fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen.
Series of famous German fairy tales coming from the country where they originated.