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J'ai rencontré le Père Noël (1984)

Holiday tale of a young boy asking Santa for his parents, mysteriously vanished during an African expedition, to return home for Christmas.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Karen Chéryl ...
Good Fairy / Teacher
Armand Meffre ...
Emeric Chapuis ...
Simon
Alexia Haudot ...
Elodie (as Little Alexia)
Jeanne Herviale ...
Grandmother
Dominique Hulin ...
Ogre
Hélène Ruby ...
Mother
Jean-Louis Foulquier ...
Father
Baye Fall ...
Bouake
Véronique Passetchnik
Stephan Loison
Herve Schmitz
Little Nicolas
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chris Davenport ...
Simon (voice)
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Holiday tale of a young boy asking Santa for his parents, mysteriously vanished during an African expedition, to return home for Christmas.

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Santa's space-age adventure for everyone!

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Family | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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G
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5 December 1984 (France)  »

Also Known As:

I Believe in Santa Claus  »

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2.35 : 1
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Trivia

Riffed by the stars of MST3K, Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett under the Rifftrax label. See more »

Goofs

When the good fairy first turns into Little Red Riding Hood, she is clearly wearing red stockings. When the ogre catches her, her stockings have changed from red to white. See more »

Soundtracks

Noël un enfant
Written by Francis Lai & Pierre-André Dousset
Performed by Karen Chéryl
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Simon, Elodie, Santa Claus, Mary Ellen and Gramma = PARTAY!
10 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie is beyond the slightest shadow of a doubt, the most ridiculous movie ever made. HOWEVER, it is entirely impossible to watch this movie and NOT be entertained. My brother and I have watched this movie every Christmas since we were 3 and 4. We laugh, we cry, we sing along... Not really. Actually, we DO laugh.. a lot. When the fairy takes the children to the "workshop" and the elves sing a little song, listen to the words... you'll understand why. Also, classic scenes like Santa arguing with a monkey.. and Santa swimming with a crocodile are spellbinding. Watch for the scene where Santa literally throws the dog across the room in order to wake the children... When the maintenance man throws putty at Simon's face, the look in the child's eyes is priceless! When you watch this movie, make sure you "Stop All Your Crying Business", what for, you say? You'll find out!! ;)


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