Do you remember Santa's Magic Toy Bag?

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Santa's Magic Toy Bag might be a family favorite for some of you, but for me it was a totally new movie to get to watch with Broxton.  I thought he would enjoy the puppetering of it all, but he really had nothing to do with it.  He was playing with his toys... and would watch this from time to time.   He did follow along with the storyline, but other than that.. He just really wasn't into it.  I believe that if this is a classic from your childhood, you will love the trip down memory lane.
Let me know if this is a movie you have watched before!  

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Parents will once again enjoy these beloved, 1980s,  holiday puppet specials – not seen since their original Showtime Network  debut and never before available in any video format. This is a unique chance for families and children to discover them again for the first time!

From Paul Fusco – creator and producer of NBC’s award-winning Alf (1986-1990) and the writer/puppeteer/voice behind the iconic television alien – these popular holiday TV specials showcase classic, wholesome, family entertainment at its best.

First to be released in the series is Santa’s Magic Toy Bag (1983), on DVD Sept. 30.

In Santa’s Magic Toy Bag, Christmas is bustling, festive and exciting for Santa, Mrs. Claus and all the Elves at the North Pole…  Sherman, an aspiring apprentice Elf, tries his best to fit in but can’t seem to do anything right!  He’s worked in nearly every department at the North Pole and has triggered a series of disasters everywhere he goes.

Santa tries to bolster Sherman’s self-esteem by entrusting him with the special task of guarding his Magic Toy Bag until Christmas Eve.  When Sherman accidentally shrinks the bag by washing it, he fears there might not be a Christmas this year … Unless the accident-prone Elf can finally make things right!

Featuring an original holiday soundtrack and the voice and puppeteering talents of Paul Fusco.

Comments

  1. I haven't seen this one. It looks like fun though. My kids have already started to ask to see Christmas movies.

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