Life and Adventures of Santa Claus

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The parents' guide to what's in this movie. Educational Value. Meant to entertain rather than educate. Positive Messages. Sexy Stuff. A mom and a dad kiss under mistletoe. Continue reading Show less.

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The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus

Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town. I love the Krampus. Their decades-long project was to create a single unified theory of Christmas—a Christmas Cinematic Universe, if you will—which included everyone from Rudolph and Frosty to the Little Drummer Boy, and even a few leprechauns for good measure. But best of all were the multiple Santa Claus origin stories, including one particularly bizarre tale.

Had I really seen a special where Santa was suckled by a lioness? Where everyone joined in and sang a dirge about immortality as they debated whether or not Santa should die? But then finally I found it again during a Christmas special marathon, and it was just as weird as I remembered, and even better, it was based on a book!

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A few early Christmas-themed works helped finesse the holiday into a celebration of children, filled with toys and treats as reward for good behavior all year. Nicholas who rode through the sky in a wagon and smoked a pipe, but offered no explanation of his magical powers. He has a red fur suit, a round belly, a cherry nose, and a pipe. May, and distributed as a promotional coloring book.

Life and Adventures of Santa Claus

A mass-market version of the book came out in Baum goes full pagan with his story, and essentially retcons a lot of the existing mythology to give everything a fantastical origin. The Wood Nymphs are but one branch of a family of Immortals who include Nooks the masters of wildlife , Ryls the masters of flora , Fairies the guardians of mankind and, most impressively, The Great Ak, the Master Woodsman who guards all the forests of the world. Raised by these creatures, young Claus grows up without fear of man or beast, with love and reverence for nature. He decides to become a toymaker to bring joy to children, and lives alone in a cabin in the Laughing Valley of Hohaho, a liminal space between the fully magical Forest of Burzee and the harsh world of humans.

Once he begins making toys, Baum throws himself into different parts of the Santa Claus mythos. Santa comes down the chimney because the first time he ever tried to deliver toys at night he found a town full of locked doors, and had to find an alternate means of entry. The stocking thing began as an accident before evolving into a way for empathetic parents to make his job easier — dropping toys into the stocking allowed him to zip right back up the chimney.

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