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How does Santa deliver so many presents in a single night? The answer's revealed in this computer-animated fantasy that gives an imaginative and hugely amusing twist to the magic of Christmas. Made by Aardman, the animators behind Wallace & Gromit, this colourful tale sees the dysfunctional Claus family and their army of elves working hard at the North Pole to keep their ultra-high-tech operation running smoothly. But when the Christmas Eve gift drop finally takes place, and one little girl is accidentally missed out, only Santa’s bumbling yet big-hearted youngest son, Arthur, seems bothered. So helped by his cantankerous granddad, Arthur borrows an old sleigh, and together the reluctant heroes embark on a mishap-filled race to set things right before morning.
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5–11 years 84 mins
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7–14 years 97 mins
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All ages 84 mins
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