Ho ho ho! Jolly Old St. Nick is a holiday movie staple. Here are our 10 favorite big-screen portrayals of Santa Claus!
The clip Santa Claus is coming to town from Elf (2003) with Zooey Deschanel. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. You better watch out, you better not cry You better not pout, I'm telling you why Santa Claus is coming' to town Santa: Yaah, yaah, yaah! Santa: Up, up, pull up! Buddy! We need power, we're gonna crash! He's making a list, Checking it twice Gonna find out who's naughty and nice Santa Claus is coming' to town He sees you when you're sleeping He knows when you're awake He knows if you've been bad or good So be good for goodness sake Oh, you better watch out, you better not cry You better not pout, I'm telling you why Santa Claus is coming to town
From the movie All I Want for Christmas - Ethan (Ethan Embry) reminds Hallie (Thora Birch) that she can’t ask Santa Claus (Leslie Nielsen) to make their parents get back together for Christmas, but she does it anyway.
The clip Best big brother from Fred Claus (2007) You are the best big brother anybody could ever ask for.
The clip Santa's Departure from The Polar Express (2004) Ho-ho-ho. Pull, Comet. Pull, boy! Prancer, that's a girl. Good boy, Donder. Oh, ho-ho-ho. Now, Dasher. Now, Prancer and Vixen. It's everything I dreamed it would be. Could all...? Could all this be nothing but a dream? No. To the top of the roof To the top of the wall Now, dash away, dash away Dash away all
From the movie Bad Santa - In order to keep a low profile, Willie (Billy Bob Thornton) shacks up at The Kid’s (Brett Kelly) house. Delighted by the fact that Santa is staying over, The Kid asks him a slew of questions about what it’s like to be Santa Claus.
From the movie The French Connection - While working undercover as Santa Claus, Doyle (Gene Hackman) is forced to chase a suspect.
From the movie Miracle on 34th Street - Santa (Edmund Gwenn) speaks with Doris (Maureen O’Hara) about the Christmas spirit and she notifies him about an upcoming company test.
Ralphie has to convince his parents, teachers, and Santa that a Red Ryder BB gun really is the perfect gift for the 1940's.
On the eve of Christmas in northern Finland, an archeological dig unearths Santa Claus. This particular Santa, however, isn't the one you want coming to town. When most of the town's children go missing, Pietari and his father, a local hunter named Rauno, come into possession of the mythological being. Rauno's clan of hunters attempt to cash in on the opportunity by selling Santa back to the misguided leader of the multinational corporation sponsoring the dig. What ensues is nothing short of a wildly humorous nightmare - a fantastically bizzare polemic on modern day morality.