Larry is a good natured guy with a spotty work history. Santa picks Larry to fill in when he breaks his leg. Larry`s old boss and Santa`s PR assistant doubt Larry and his ability. Even Larry has misgivings but Santa and Larry`s dad believe Larry`s Christmas spirit and good heart will save the day.
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