Santa Claus, high above the North Pole in his cloud-borne castle equipped with more surveillance devices than the Impossible Mission Force, prepares to deliver presents on Christmas night. Santa is especially interested in helping Lupita, the daughter of a poor family who wants nothing more than a doll; and a young boy whose parents are so wealthy they never spend any time with him (Santa fixes this by feeding them Pan-Galactic Gargle Blasters). However, the Devil will have none of this and sends his minion, Pitch, to foil Santa's plans. Pitch in turn recruits three Naughty Boys to help him set traps for Santa. Written by
Leo L. Schwab <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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This film did not receive a general release in the United States. The U.S. distributor, K. Gordon Murray
, booked the film as a special children's matinée attraction in which the film would only be shown once or twice. See more
When Santa Claus receives the letters from the children of the world there is a mailbox in which he separates the letters from good children and the letters from bad children. The signs that indicate where does he puts this letters change from position in different shots. See more
Don't forget that you've got to return to the castle ahead of the sunrise because the sun will turn the reindeer into dust.
Ho ho ho, no siree, no! I'll be here all right. In that case, I couldn't get back to the castle, and on what they use for food I'd perish! Because here our main food is pastries and ice cream made of soft clouds, and on the earth there's no such thing.
What food do they eat on Earth, Santa Claus?
Oh, everything in sight! They eat most of the animals, the plants, the ...
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