Santa suffers a case of amnesia on the eve of his busiest season.

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Peter Albright
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Claire Dreyer
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Max
Darren Frost ...
Rupert the Elf
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Lenny (as Karen Leblanc)
R.D. Reid ...
Grady
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George
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Lusby
Carol Lempert ...
Ellen
Roger Clown ...
Ray
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Nancy (as Elizabeth Brown)
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Sister Greta
Richard Fitzpatrick ...
Detective Lohenry
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Santa Claus develops amnesia after accidentally falling out of his sleigh and only the innocence of a small child can save him. Meanwhile, Santa has to battle the disbelief of a newsman. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Will the real Santa Claus please step forward? See more »


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When the police call the news reporter to tell them about the people who have been missing their grandfather for ten years, in the reporters close up when he starts to wonder if he is with the real Santa Claus, a Canada Post truck can be seen in the background, which should not be there, since the movie's set in the United States. However, this does make sense at the same time, because the movie was filmed in Toronto, Canada. See more »

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Every year, I watch it.
5 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I love this movie and watch it every year. I love little Max Morrow actually getting to act in something. He didn't get much of a chance to do that in Monk. The story is unique and great. The only downsides to the movie in my eyes are the elf segments. They are stupid, but I guess they're interesting to kids. It does suffer, though, from the all-too-common "males are bad/idiotic" stereo-type: The little boy who tortures Santa while the sweet little girl tries to talk to him, Peter as a Grinch because of a bad childhood, the airport security guys stupidly falling into tricks of the elves, the guys who get tied up by the elves etc. Not a single female had any negative qualities. Well, except perhaps the woman who complained about her headache. At least Santa gets to look good most of the time in the movie. Overall, it's a charming film with a great story.


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