PG | | Comedy, Drama, Family
When a man inadvertently makes Santa fall off of his roof on Christmas Eve, he finds himself magically recruited to take his place.
When Charlie's mom comes to pick him up after the first night of delivering presents, there is a model Indycar on the coffee table, which Charlie picks up and takes with him. It is a scale replica of Nigel Mansell's #5 Newman Haas. Nigel Mansell was the reigning Indycar champion at the time the movie was made, and the only person to win back to back Formula 1 and Indycar championships.
Tinsel. Not just for decoration.
When Laura drops Charlie off at Scott's and he hugs her goodbye, he puts his hands on her shoulders. It then cuts to a close-up and his hands are clasped behind her neck. In the next shot his hands are on her shoulders again.
In the same version, the part where Scott says "Where the hell did this come from?" after banging into the ladder was edited.
£3,650,123 (UK) (15 December 1995)
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