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| [[Earl Boen]]
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| To repay [[Jeremy Creek]] for his unexpected kindness, Santa makes him his assistant in his annual trek.

Revision as of 19:35, March 11, 2008

Picture Played by Feature Year Notes
Stan Francis Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Rankin/Bass) 1964 A skinny Santa fattens himself up before asking Rudolf to guide his sleigh through the stormy weather on Christas Eve.
Walt Disney Animation Santa's Workshop 1932 Santa reads letters from children as he prepares for his big night. The same Santa was seen the following year in The Night Before Christmas as he embarks upon a home filled with children.
Edmund Gwenn Miracle on 34th Street 1947 Kris Kringle, resident of a Long Island old age home, takes up a job at Macy's department store in New York city, and wins the heart of an office executive.
Edward Ivory The Nightmare Before Christmas 1993 Santa is held captive by an evil gangster while the King of Halloween poses in his place.
Jan Rubes One Magic Christmas 1985 Santa and Gideon the Christmas Angel help Abbie Grainger's mother find the spirit of Christmas.
Ricky Tomlinson Robbie the Reindeer 1999
David Huddleston Santa Claus: The Movie 1985 The story of Santa's origins are revealed from the days before he became a Christmas hero all over the world.
Kroyer Films Inc. Christmas Vacation 1989 A clumsy Santa is depicted during the film's opening title sequence.
Charles Durning Elmo Saves Christmas 1996 When a furry red monster named Elmo helps him get unstuck from the chimney on Christmas Eve, Santa grants three wishes to the 3½ year old, and sets him on a quest with Lightning the Reindeer.
Charles Edward Hall Elmo's World: Happy Holidays! 2002 Elmo visits Santa at his home in the North Pole.
Kevin James Elmo's Christmas Countdown 2007
Paul Frees Frosty the Snowman 1969 Hocus Pocus flags down Santa as the only magical being who can bring Frsoty back to life after he's melted in a greenhouse.
Tim Allen The Santa Clause 1994 Scott Calvin is a divorced father who is down on his luck, when he accidentally kills Santa Claus and inadvertently becomes the new Father Christmas.
Art Carney The Great Santa Claus Switch 1970 The evil Cosmo Scam plots to take over for Santa's workshop.
Art Carney The Night They Saved Christmas 1984
Leslie Nielsen Santa Who? 2000
Edward Asner Elf 2003
Tom Kane and Phil LaMarr Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends 2005 These were two of a gaggle of Imaginary Santas who are created every Christmas by kids in the Christmas episode A Lost Claus.
Trey Parker South Park 1992
Tom Hanks The Polar Express 2004
John Goodman The Year Without a Santa Claus (live action film) 2006
Paul Giamatti Fred Claus 2007
John Call Santa Claus Conquers the Martians 1964
Jonathan Winters Santa vs. the Snowman 1997
Mickey Rooney Santa Claus is Comin' to Town 1970 The same representation of Santa is seen in The Year Without a Santa Claus (1974) and Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July (1979)
Hal Smith Casper's First Christmas 1979 All that Casper wants for Christmas is for his friend Hairy Scary's house to not be torn down. Although Hairy doesn't believe in Christmas, Santa Claus nevertheless delivers him a deed to the condemned house.
Douglas Seale Ernest Saves Christmas 1988
Earl Hammond The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus 1985
Christmas Comes to PacLand 1982 Santa and his reindeer get lost and crash into Pac-Land.
PATB Santa
Earl Boen A Pinky and the Brain Christmas 1995
Hal Smith The Town Santa Forgot 1993 To repay Jeremy Creek for his unexpected kindness, Santa makes him his assistant in his annual trek.

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