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Santa's Enchanted Village (1964)

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7 November 1964 (USA)  »

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Twas perfect fodder for Rifftrax
25 December 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Short film begins with an intro by a slightly pedophilic looking fat guy, in a red and white suit- quite a contrast to the green grass shown at this supposed North Pole on Christmas. A train brings visitors- okay, it *is* a cool looking bridge, and train going over it. I'll give the film that much- to Santa and the giant mushroom statues, in the green grass of this supposed North Pole, at Christmas. A princess in a horse-drawn, egg-shaped carriage pulls up to the cat- costumed individual... What? Did I really just see that? Well, now we know what the aforementioned mushrooms were used for. Cat creature takes off running, and subsequently trips and falls backward twice- were we supposed to see that? Apparently we were not supposed to see the climax of this story, a fight of some sort, as it takes place off-camera, in the clouds and treetops, while Santa and a group of kids talk and dance in his uncharacteristically green front lawn, at the supposed North Pole, at Christmas. One would never suspect this was filmed in California, rather than a colder, arctic climate.

This mushroom trip of a short film is only good for a couple of unintentional laughs, and is another one with no credited cast, aside from Santa Claus, Stinky the Skunk, Puss'n Boots, etc.


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