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Celebrate the enchantment embodied within the legend of one of history's most beloved figures. Though rooted in various religions, Santa also symbolizes the secular spirit of generosity. Adored by children worldwide, but often with a different name and emanating from disparate myths, he continues to create instantaneous mirth and joy. Join us on a jolly journey through time to reveal his roots--from the Roman Befana to the Germanic Berchta and Knecht Ruprecht, from Saint Nicholas to Santa Claus.
THIS EXPLAINS THE TRUTH ABOUT SANTA CLAUS AND HIS ORIGIN; SCARY. DEFINITELY GOOD FOR THE GRANDCHILDREN WHO KNEW THERE IS NO SANTA CLAUS.Published 18 months ago by KENNETH A COX JR
I originally selected "The Legend of Santa Claus" is what I thought I was getting! The information was not detailed, it sucked and all my students went to sleep on it!Published 20 months ago by kelvin caldwell
very interesting research into Santa Clause, learned somethings I did not know. Was very happy with it & fouond it of great interest.Published on March 19, 2013 by Raul A. Marin Jr.
I would recommend this tape to anyone who loves santa claus and who doesn't. It is a wonderful done tape!Published on March 18, 2013 by Louie
Although this is not the complete 1994 A&E version with Jack Perkins, which I have on VHS, this has most of what that version showed and then much more. It's even BETTER. Read morePublished on December 30, 2012 by Barb from Florida
I got this movie for my 5 year old son because he quit believing in Santa so I was hoping to show him that Saint Nick was a real man at one time so maybe my son would at least know... Read morePublished on December 2, 2012 by Kayla