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Like Father, Like Santa (1998)

A ruthless toy tycoon (Harry Hamlin) out to crush all of his competitors travels to the North Pole to put an end to his biggest rival.

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A ruthless toy tycoon (Harry Hamlin) out to crush all of his competitors travels to the North Pole to put an end to his biggest rival.

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1 December 1998 (USA)  »

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HARK THE HERALD ANGELS SING
Arranged by Dori Amarillo (ASCAP)
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Christmas isn't for everyone
15 December 2001 | by (Broken Bow, Oklahoma) – See all my reviews

Hard hearted businessman has neither the time nor the inclination to celebrate Christmas and this attitude hurts his son's feeling and antagonizes the wife. After thinking up a foolproof way to take over the entire toy market worldwide this corporate raider heads for the North Pole to grab the ultimate toy factory. While there he discovers that Santa, an old "acquaintance", is having takeover problems of his own. This causes the man to make a choice between holding on to his hates and hurts or to become reacquainted with his family and learn to appreciate the holiday season. Good one.


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