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This article is about the 1996 film. For the character, see Mrs. Claus.

Mrs. Santa Claus is a made-for-TV Christmas movie written by Mark Saltzman and directed by Terry Hughes. It premiered on CBS on December 8, 1996.

Synopsis

Neglected by her husband during the pre-Christmas rush, Mrs. Claus takes the reindeer and sleigh out for a drive, only to end up stranded in the multicultural neighborhood of Manhattan's Lower East Side of the early 1900s.

Songs

Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman

  1. Praise Mrs. Claus - Performed by Michael Jeter, Kristi Lynes, Jamie Torcellini, Angela Lansbury and company
  2. Mrs. Santa Claus - Sung by Angela Lansbury
  3. Avenue A - Performed by David Norona, Grace Keagy, Linda Kerns, Angela Lansbury and company
  4. Tavish Toy - Performed by Terrence Mann, Sabrina Bryan, Lynsey Bartilson, Chachi Pittman, Mitchah Williams and company
  5. Almost Young - Performed by Angela Lansbury, Sabrina Bryan, Lynsey Bartilson, Chachi Pittman, Mitchah Williams and company
  6. Time For A Vote - Performed by Grace Keagy, Linda Kerns, Angela Lansbury, Debra Wiseman, and company
  7. We Don't Go Together - Performed by Debra Wiseman and David Norona
  8. Whistle - Performed by Angela Lansbury and Lynsey Bartilson
  9. Dear Mrs. Claus - Sung by Charles Durning
  10. He Needs Me - Sunh by Angela Lansbury
  11. The Best Christmas of All - Performed by Angela Lansbury and Charles Durning

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