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: Are you still coming to dinner? Bryan Bedford
: Am I still invited?
: Would you be our Santa Claus? Kris Kringle
: Uh, me? Dorey Walker
: Well, do you have any experience? Kris Kringle
: Well just a little.
: You think I'm a fraud, don't you? Dorey Walker
: Fraud is a bit too strong of a word. Kris Kringle
: But you don't believe in me. Dorey Walker
: I believe that Christmas is for children. Kris Kringle
: Well your daughter doesn't believe in me, either. Dorey Walker
: I don't think that there's any harm in not believing in a figure that many do acknowledge to be a fiction. Kris Kringle
: Oh, but there is. I'm not just a whimsical figure who wears a charming suit and affects a jolly demeanor. You know, I I I'm a symbol. I'm a symbol of the human ability to be able to suppress the selfish and hateful tendencies that rule the major part of our lives. If you can't believe, if you can't accept anything on faith, then you're doomed for a life dominated by doubt.
] Dorey Walker
: Susan. Susan Walker
: What? Dorey Walker
: What else did you ask Mr. Kringle for? Susan Walker
: A baby brother. See ya.
[Bryan and Dorey are at the altar
: Are you ready? Dorey Walker
: For what? Priest
: To get married.
: I can't sleep. Dorey Walker
: What's on your mind? Susan Walker
: Santa Claus. Dorey Walker
: Mr. Kringle? What about him? Susan Walker
: He talked sign language with a kid today. Dorey Walker
: That was considerate of him. Susan Walker
: He looks like every picture of Santa Claus I've ever seen. Dorey Walker
: I know. That's why I hired him.
: Susan, there is something I have to tell you. Bryan Bedford
: Merry Christmas.
: I don't care what you asked Mr. Kringle for. Susan, that is not why we're going to the house. Susan Walker
: We're going to the cataloged house, right? That's the house I told him I wanted. I showed him a picture of it and he took it and he said he would get for me. Bryan Bedford
: Well, a house is a pretty big gift, Susan. Susan Walker
: That's what Mr. Kringle said. Dorey Walker
: Honey, we are going to the house because it snowed. And it's very pretty. And because Mr. Shellhamer wants to take photographs for next years Christmas catalog. Which, I think, is awfully bold of him. It is a holiday. Susan Walker
: That's just an excuse. Mr. Kringle did all this. I'm very sorry Mother, you have it perfectly wrong.