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Christmas is coming.... eventually


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The name's Christmas, Father Christmas.
30 January 2005 | by See all my reviews

A charming short animation with great voice overs from both, Sir Roger Moore (ex-Saint and James Bond) and Olly Smith plus a great work from Dan Chambers. I was surprised to see Mr. Moore's face used as part of animation - a big surprise, really and what fun to watch. The plot of the cartoon is very funny too, good for children and ... for bigger children ("Oh, Cherry..." ;-) - I love that line! :) All the fans can treat it almost like a true, acting credit from Sir Roger, who, from what I've read, enjoys doing voice-overs to animations. Good work! Let's hope we'll get to see more in not too distant future. If we can't have any more feature films with Sir Roger, it's good to have him at least as an animated... Father Christmas :P


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