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Dear Santa (1998)

Mr. Covington has a tough job and a mean boss, but some things in life are more important than work. When he breaks a promise to spend Christmas with his family, Randy, a six-foot elf, ... See full summary »

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
D.L. Green ...
Gordon / Gordon's Father
Harrison Myers ...
Teddy
Debra Rich ...
Carla
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Mr. Ambrose (as Robert Connell)
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Kirk
Tena Fanning ...
Lillith
Ariana McClain ...
Margo
Bennett Curland ...
Kim Ray ...
The Elf
Rick Montana ...
Louie
Michael Lee Jones ...
Donny
Edrie Warner ...
Mrs. Sanders
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Linda
Sergio Franklin ...
Hispanic Santa
Libby George ...
Sally
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Mr. Covington has a tough job and a mean boss, but some things in life are more important than work. When he breaks a promise to spend Christmas with his family, Randy, a six-foot elf, appears and turns him into Santa Claus. Now Mr. Covington has to learn the true meaning of Christmas as he gets to work putting some crooks in jail, making up with his family and, oh yes, delivering presents to children all over the world. Written by Anonymous

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Family | Fantasy

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G
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21 July 2007 (Japan)  »

Also Known As:

My Santa, My Dad  »

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Used Car Santa Dad
1 December 2001 | by (New Jersey) – See all my reviews

This movie was not good. The acting is quite awful and memorable only because of this. Specifically, though, if you watch, you should most enjoy the following: The zip code for the North Pole is 90210. The "electric boy" is shocking. The father is a used car salesman. There is one scene in which he wears a blinking bow tie for no apparent reason. Not a good choice for parents who think they're doing their kids a favor by renting a Christmas flick.


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