Elvira celebrates Christmas with a stop-motion animated segment, a variety of puppets, stockings stuffed with amputees' legs, gingerdead men cookies and a special yuletide appearance by her longtime nemesis, The Breather.
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Elvira
Ted Biaselli ...
The Christmas Creature / It / Jack Frost (voice)
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Elvira celebrates Christmas with a stop-motion animated segment, a variety of puppets, stockings stuffed with amputees' legs, gingerdead men cookies and a special yuletide appearance by her longtime nemesis, The Breather.

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24 December 2010 (USA)  »

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References The Gingerdead Man (2005) See more »

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Hark, the Hell's Angels Sing
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Performed by Cassandra Peterson
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Elvira goes into her childhood Christmas spirit.
27 August 2014 | by (working in Movieland) – See all my reviews

*Spoiler/plot- 1964, Santa Claus Conquers the Martians, Martian children are addicted to Earth's TV shows showing Santa Claus and Christmas matters. The enrages their parents who travel to Earth to kidnap Santa himself back to Mars. On arriving on Earth, the martians grab two Earth kids who lead them to the North pole workshop of St Nick. All leave for Mars. But the plan is thwarted when Snata converts all the Martian kids with unstoppable Yuletide joy and love.

*Special stars- Pia Zadora as a martian. John Call is a recognized TV actor from the 60's. He usually play baddies with foreign accents.

*Theme- Galactic themes with childish views will often win the day.

*Based on- Santa Claus story.

*Trivia/location/goofs- A strange melding of seasonal novelty film and science fiction. Pia Zadora first film role. Several known kiddie show comedy actors fill out the martian cast. Be sure to see the martian pistols in the film. They are over-the-counter Whammo "air blasters" of the day.

*Emotion- Good kiddie film only for very small children, over that age the acting is abysmal 101 and sickening sweet like a Saturday morning kid show.


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