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The very idea of "Christmas Eve Santa" fills every good boy and girl with happy anticipation of holiday presents and treats. In this classic rendition of Good St. Nick, we see this jolly character getting ready to slide down the chimney and visit the first of millions of homes on Christmas Eve. One of Santa's reindeer friends keeps guard up on the snow- covered roof to make sure no problems arise. Meanwhile, we all marvel at how Santa can make it down the chimney with his rotund figure and bag bursting with gifts. It's clear that Mrs. Claus must be a wonderful cook....and that Santa's elves outdo themselves year after year creating gifts to pack into that bottomless bag! For generations, children have delighted to the stories of the "The Night Before Christmas", and imagined how Santa would find his way into their own living rooms. That's why they leave him milk and cookies before toddling off to bed..if the treats are gone the next morning, they have proof that Santa indeed was there to visit! Of course most children try their best to stay awake and see St. Nick for themselves, but they hardly ever succeed. Santa seems to know when he can safely arrive and arrange his toys and gifts without being discovered.
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