The Santa Claus Brothers is a YTV/Disney Channel/Nelvana CGI-animated Christmas special, co-produced with Sitting Ducks Productions and Film Roman, that premiered on December 13, 2001. It features the voices of Bryan Cranston, Caroline Rhea, Richard Kind, Kevin McDonald, Harland Williams, and Joe Flaherty. In addition to the official selection as one of the six TV specials in the 2002 Annecy Festival, it won an Emmy award for Outstanding Individual in Animation.
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Santa Claus has three sons, Mel, Daryl, and Roy, and all of them are talented. They have their father's toy making gift, not to mention scientific genius, but do they understand the true meaning of Christmas? Santa would like to retire, and it's time for the boys to learn their lesson, so Santa proposes a contest: whichever one of his triplets can first understand the true meaning of the holiday can have family business. What will it take to teach the boys such an important lesson?
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