19. Various Artists A Cabbage Patch Christmas (1984)

Back in 1976 an art student named Xavier Roberts began selling these lumpy dolls with their own "adoption papers" and "birth certificates" and started a multimillion-dollar craze. Eight years later, evil toy conglomerates were still making mad paper from Cabbage Patch mania. And no spinoff product was more annoying than this country-and-western-tinged 1984 release, produced by none other than the great Harry Chapin's brothers, Steve and Tom. Bonus points for making Colonel Casey the Cabbage Patch delivery stork sound like an escapee from Uncle Tom's Cabin.