When an orphan visits the Stevens' for Christmas who doesn't believe in Santa Claus, Samantha takes him to the North Pole to visit the man himself.

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Endora (credit only)
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Tommy Becker
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Mr. Johnson
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Mrs. Johnson
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Samantha and Darren agree to allow Michael, a young orphan, to stay with them over the Christmas holidays. The youngster, wise beyond his years, isn't fooled when Darren dresses up as Santa Claus to deliver their Christmas presents, so Samatha offers to take Michael and the skeptical Darren to the North Pole to visit Santa's workshop. Written by David Bassler

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24 December 1964 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

TV debut of Bill Daily. See more »

Goofs

At the beginning when Samantha sets the miniature tree on the floor to turn it back into its normal size, you can see a piece of masking tape on the carpet marking where she was supposed to stand. In the next shot, the masking tape is gone. See more »

Quotes

Michael: Those aren't pillows are they?
Santa Claus: [chuckling] No, my boy - sometimes I wish they were. I've tried all kinds of diets, but nothing works. But then again, if I got too thin, my children might not recognize me.
Michael: I'd know you.
Santa Claus: Yes - Yes, I think you would. But what difference does it make how we look on the outside - it's how we feel on the inside that counts, isn't it? You'll grow older and I'll grow weaker, but what we've seen with our hearts will ever remain a thing of joy and beauty.
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Connections

Featured in Bewitched: A Vision of Sugar Plums (1965) See more »

Soundtracks

Good King Wenceslas
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Written by 'John M. Neale'
Performed by Alice Pearce
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