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Advent Calendar Quiz: Guess the Movie Santa Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Friday, 14 December 2012 01:49

Futurama and Rare Exports were the only ones brave enough to admit it, but we all know that Santa Claus is one sinister old monster. How do you prove that to people used to cooing over Miracle on 34th Street and going "awww" over Tim Allen? Simple. Take his face off.



That's more like it. Now he looks like the creepy Doctor-Who-villain-in-waiting that he really is. The question is: without their faces, can you still tell all the movie Santas apart?


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