The Santa Clause

The Santa Clause
The Santa Clause

Year

1994

Duration

105 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

If you’ve ever wondered how exactly Santa is able to squeeze down all of those chimneys, then this film will provide the answer. Scott is an ordinary father, who does not believe in Santa Claus, until a chance encounter results in him inadvertently killing the real thing. Scott soon discovers that there is a clause which means that he must take on the duties of the role himself, much to the delight of his young son, Charlie. This seasonal comedy sees Scott learn the tricks of the trade, even as the rest of his family thinks he has gone mad. Slapstick comedy and a sentimental tone merge to create a fun, warmhearted romp that provides plenty of gentle laughs.

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Contains rare mild language.

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