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  • Figlio di Babbo Natale
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  • Les Aventures de la famille Noël
  • Mission : Noël


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Arthur Christmas (2011)

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The story of Arthur Christmas revolves around the current Santa Claus, his wife, his two sons Arthur and Steve, and their grandfather, Grand-Santa. Set on Christmas Eve night, the film opens with a set of elves sitting behind their computers in the command centre of Santa's mile-wide, ultra-high-tech sleigh titled the S-1. While Santa and the elves deliver presents to children using fancy advanced equipment and military precision, Santa's oldest son Steve manages the operation at mission control, alongside his obsequious assistant Peter. But Steve's clumsy and panophobic younger brother Arthur, who is in charge of answering children's letters, often gets in the way. During another one of Arthur's antics back in the field a child wakes up and almost sees Santa, which would compromise the entire mission - during this tense moment an elf back in the S-1 inadvertently presses a button, causing a present to fall off a conveyor and go unnoticed.


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