Kris Kringle's Christmas is rudely interrupted when he lands in the clink with a bunch of bogus Santas after tripping a home burglar alarm. The cynical sheriff doesn't believe his story, so... See full summary »

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Sheriff Horace Smyvie
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Bobby Mynes
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Kris Kringle's Christmas is rudely interrupted when he lands in the clink with a bunch of bogus Santas after tripping a home burglar alarm. The cynical sheriff doesn't believe his story, so his only hope of deliverance becomes a smart eight-year-old boy (Damon), who is the only one who believes him and who won't let Christmas pass without Santa. Written by Anonymous

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15 December 1985 (USA)  »

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This episode takes place on December 24, 1985. See more »

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Jingle Bells
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Written by James Pierpont
Performed by Marvin J. McIntyre and Douglas Seale
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Sentimental junk
2 November 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

SANTA '85 is a Christmas-themed episode of the AMAZING STORIES TV series and boy, is it a piece of sentimental junk. Like many American Christmas stories, it exudes sickly sentiment from every pore and had me feeling sick to my stomach in places.

The story is about the real Santa Claus who ends up getting arrested for house breaking and thrown into jail with a bunch of Santa imitators. The only person who has the power to rescue him is one of those annoying bratty kids that you only ever see on American TV or in American films. Everything places out exactly as you'd expect, with huge dollops of crushing sentimental at every corner. Ugh - pass the bucket.


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