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Kalel over 6 years ago
Hands down the best Christmas movie ever, bar Scrooged and National Lampoons and Die Hard.
Ralph Brabante over 2 years ago
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Gavandeep over 2 years ago
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Christopher Leno almost 6 years ago
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Amanda Allen over 6 years ago
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Mark Brown ☕ over 7 years ago
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Victoria Goulborn over 7 years ago
Santa Claus: The Movie (known on-screen as simply Santa Claus) is a 1985 British/American Christmas film starring Dudley Moore and John Lithgow. It is the last major fantasy film produced by the Paris-based father-and-son production team of Alexander and Ilya Salkind. The film was directed by Jeannot Szwarc and released in North America on November 27, 1985 by TriStar Pictures. The 2005 DVD release was released by Anchor Bay Entertainment, now known as Starz Home Entertainment, under license from the film's current owner, StudioCanal; however, the current, 25th Anniversary home video release (which also now includes Blu-ray) is by Lionsgate Home Entertainment, again under StudioCanal's license. Santa Claus: The Movie is a straightforward attempt to explore the mysteries of Santa Claus with the key objective being to answer some of the basic questions many children have about the Santa Claus mythos, such as how Santa's reindeer fly, how he and his wife made it to the North Pole, how...
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