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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:12,513 --> 00:00:15,474 One of the best things about making movies with Benji 2 00:00:15,516 --> 00:00:17,017 is getting to travel around with him 3 00:00:17,058 --> 00:00:20,771 on personal appearance tours after the movies are made. 4 00:00:20,813 --> 00:00:22,564 We were in Europe on just such a tour 5 00:00:22,606 --> 00:00:24,358 when this little village in Switzerland 6 00:00:24,399 --> 00:00:27,695 invited us to be grand marshals at their Christmas parade. 7 00:00:27,736 --> 00:00:29,822 It sounded like a great side trip, 8 00:00:29,864 --> 00:00:31,949 so off we went to this wonderful little village 9 00:00:31,991 --> 00:00:35,619 in the mountains, with snow, and sleighs, and jingle bells. 10 00:00:35,661 --> 00:00:37,496 And I remember saying at the time, 11 00:00:37,538 --> 00:00:39,957 "There couldn't possibly be a more Christmasy place 12 00:00:39,999 --> 00:00:41,625 in all the world." 13 00:00:41,667 --> 00:00:44,503 Little did I know how right I was. 14 00:01:21,790 --> 00:01:24,919 Ah, welcome! - Thank you. 15 00:01:28,171 --> 00:01:30,841 And look at that face! 16 00:01:30,883 --> 00:01:33,552 Welcome to Zermatt, and a merry Christmas to you. 17 00:01:33,594 --> 00:01:34,887 Thank you. - Thank you. 18 00:01:34,929 --> 00:01:36,931 And may I say how privileged and proud we are 19 00:01:36,972 --> 00:01:38,223 to have you in our Christmas parade. 20 00:01:38,265 --> 00:01:40,726 - And we are so happy to be here. 21 00:01:40,726 --> 00:01:40,568 - Good. 22 00:01:40,768 --> 00:01:42,978 Are you a priest? - Priest? 23 00:01:43,020 --> 00:01:44,187 I'd rather not. 24 00:01:44,229 --> 00:01:46,523 I am Kris Kringle. - Kris Kringle? 25 00:01:46,565 --> 00:01:48,525 You don't look anything like our Santa Claus. 26 00:01:48,567 --> 00:01:50,069 Well, of course not. 27 00:01:50,110 --> 00:01:53,072 Kris Kringle is what Santa Claus looks like 28 00:01:53,072 --> 00:01:52,913 in Germany. 29 00:01:53,113 --> 00:01:56,491 Rather, what Santa Claus used to look like in Germany. 30 00:01:56,533 --> 00:02:00,245 But there is a movement afoot to bring me back, exactly 31 00:02:00,245 --> 00:02:00,087 as you see me now. 32 00:02:00,287 --> 00:02:03,123 Bring you back to Germany with a British accent? 33 00:02:03,164 --> 00:02:08,837 Uh, well, as Kris Kringle, Santa Claus and St. Nicholas, 34 00:02:08,879 --> 00:02:11,006 I must endeavor to be everything to everybody, 35 00:02:11,048 --> 00:02:14,384 and I should not be caught showing any favoritism 36 00:02:14,426 --> 00:02:16,553 in any one direction, at any certain time. 37 00:02:16,595 --> 00:02:19,431 No, no, no. Yes, well... 38 00:02:19,473 --> 00:02:21,224 What accent would you prefer? 39 00:02:21,266 --> 00:02:22,726 An American accent! 40 00:02:22,768 --> 00:02:25,687 A southern American, if my guess is correct. 41 00:02:25,729 --> 00:02:27,731 - Texas. - Texas. 42 00:02:27,773 --> 00:02:27,573 Well, I'm as happy 43 00:02:27,773 --> 00:02:30,525 as a hen on a June bug, 44 00:02:30,567 --> 00:02:33,028 to think you all came all the way from Texas. 45 00:02:33,070 --> 00:02:36,490 Which reminds me, I have some friends 46 00:02:36,531 --> 00:02:39,743 who would sell their boots, sell their boots to see Benji. 47 00:02:39,785 --> 00:02:42,079 But they can't come to the parade because 48 00:02:42,079 --> 00:02:41,921 they're working. 49 00:02:42,121 --> 00:02:46,667 So, I wonder if we could go there before the parade starts. 50 00:02:46,708 --> 00:02:49,044 Only take a few minutes, I assure you. 51 00:02:49,086 --> 00:02:50,504 Are you sure we'll be back in time? 52 00:02:54,925 --> 00:02:57,094 - What did he say? - I haven't the slightest. 53 00:03:36,633 --> 00:03:38,301 Come, come, we have little time. 54 00:03:38,343 --> 00:03:39,720 Five minutes. 55 00:03:39,761 --> 00:03:40,762 Up here. 56 00:03:41,221 --> 00:03:42,347 Here we go. 57 00:03:48,812 --> 00:03:50,105 Doesn't that mean "forbidden"? 58 00:03:50,147 --> 00:03:52,524 - Not in Russian, my dear. - Oh. 59 00:03:52,566 --> 00:03:54,026 What does it mean in Russian? 60 00:03:54,068 --> 00:03:55,736 Hmm? Absolutely nothing. 61 00:03:57,362 --> 00:03:58,947 Ah. 62 00:03:58,989 --> 00:04:00,908 Hold the door. This way. 63 00:04:02,534 --> 00:04:05,162 Hurry, hurry. We haven't much time. 64 00:04:05,162 --> 00:04:05,362 Now, come along. 65 00:04:09,624 --> 00:04:11,501 Now, come along, my dears. 66 00:04:11,543 --> 00:04:12,544 We must not dally. 67 00:04:12,586 --> 00:04:14,755 - Where are we? - Ah, where are we? 68 00:04:14,796 --> 00:04:17,841 Yes, well, somewhere exactly between here and there, 69 00:04:17,883 --> 00:04:19,634 which is halfway between sooner or later, 70 00:04:19,676 --> 00:04:20,969 and very nearly up and down. 71 00:04:21,011 --> 00:04:22,721 Now, do come along. We haven't much time. 72 00:04:22,763 --> 00:04:23,972 Hi, boss! 73 00:04:24,014 --> 00:04:25,891 I'm afraid things aren't working well at all. 74 00:04:25,933 --> 00:04:26,892 Well, they simply must! 75 00:04:26,934 --> 00:04:28,685 We have no choice, you know! 76 00:04:28,727 --> 00:04:31,438 Do come along, this way. 77 00:04:31,479 --> 00:04:36,276 Ah, thank you so much for coming, Mrs. Garrett, 78 00:04:36,276 --> 00:04:36,117 Ms. Smith. 79 00:04:36,317 --> 00:04:38,445 We all love Benji so much. 80 00:04:38,486 --> 00:04:40,488 But then what difference does love make 81 00:04:40,530 --> 00:04:41,907 if the boss doesn't go? 82 00:04:41,949 --> 00:04:44,451 It's all for naught, and naught for all. 83 00:04:46,120 --> 00:04:49,998 Have you never seen an elf before? 84 00:04:50,040 --> 00:04:52,793 Now, do come along, please. We really must hurry. 85 00:04:52,834 --> 00:04:55,879 Well, I'm afraid we're a little confused. 86 00:04:55,921 --> 00:04:58,257 Oh, that's certainly nothing to be afraid of. 87 00:04:58,298 --> 00:05:01,135 We all get confused, because it's a confusing world. 88 00:05:01,176 --> 00:05:02,594 Not just here, but there. 89 00:05:02,636 --> 00:05:05,013 Though it shouldn't be, but it is, isn't it? Or is it? 90 00:05:05,055 --> 00:05:06,640 But where is here? 91 00:05:06,681 --> 00:05:07,724 Where is here? 92 00:05:07,766 --> 00:05:10,518 Well, yes, where would you like it to be? 93 00:05:10,560 --> 00:05:12,604 Switzerland, Texas, the North Pole? 94 00:05:12,646 --> 00:05:14,106 What? 95 00:05:14,148 --> 00:05:16,900 Please, don't confuse us any more than we already are. 96 00:05:16,942 --> 00:05:19,153 We would just like to know what's going on. 97 00:05:19,194 --> 00:05:21,905 My dear... - Look out below! 98 00:05:26,118 --> 00:05:27,535 Oh dear. 99 00:05:27,577 --> 00:05:29,788 Whatever it is, it's obviously 100 00:05:29,788 --> 00:05:29,630 not going very well. 101 00:05:29,830 --> 00:05:31,623 But I'm sure they'll be ready in time. 102 00:05:31,665 --> 00:05:34,751 You see, my little people are going in my place 103 00:05:34,751 --> 00:05:34,593 this year. 104 00:05:34,793 --> 00:05:37,087 - Going where? - Everywhere. 105 00:05:37,129 --> 00:05:40,215 You see, I fell into a bit of bad luck, 106 00:05:40,257 --> 00:05:41,549 and I doubt that I could get down 107 00:05:41,591 --> 00:05:45,262 even the largest of chimneys with this. 108 00:05:45,304 --> 00:05:46,513 Look out! 109 00:05:50,767 --> 00:05:52,644 If he can't handle the sleigh by itself, 110 00:05:52,686 --> 00:05:55,480 how is he ever going to handle it with 111 00:05:55,480 --> 00:05:55,680 flying reindeer? 112 00:05:56,690 --> 00:05:58,441 Flying reindeer? 113 00:05:58,483 --> 00:06:01,153 Oh, no, no, no. Not always. 114 00:06:01,195 --> 00:06:03,822 I have several modes of transportation. 115 00:06:03,864 --> 00:06:06,491 In some countries, I ride a camel. 116 00:06:06,533 --> 00:06:08,076 A camel? 117 00:06:08,118 --> 00:06:12,789 Yes. Sometimes, it's a horse 118 00:06:12,789 --> 00:06:12,631 or a donkey. 119 00:06:12,831 --> 00:06:16,543 But believe it or not, in England, I ride 120 00:06:16,543 --> 00:06:16,743 a white goat. 121 00:06:19,171 --> 00:06:21,215 - A white goat. - In England. 122 00:06:21,256 --> 00:06:24,383 Do you get the feeling he wants us to believe 123 00:06:24,383 --> 00:06:24,225 he's really Santa Claus? 124 00:06:24,425 --> 00:06:26,094 My dear, I only want you to believe one thing, 125 00:06:26,136 --> 00:06:27,512 and that is that we're very late, 126 00:06:27,554 --> 00:06:29,223 and if we don't hurry along, you'll miss the parade. 127 00:06:29,264 --> 00:06:30,682 So, do come, please. 128 00:06:32,600 --> 00:06:34,311 Where are your reindeer? 129 00:06:34,353 --> 00:06:37,022 Reindeer? Oh, uh... 130 00:06:37,064 --> 00:06:38,523 There they are. 131 00:06:40,650 --> 00:06:42,694 But that looks like a birdcage! 132 00:06:42,736 --> 00:06:45,739 Well, of course. We must keep the lid 133 00:06:45,739 --> 00:06:45,580 on them somehow. 134 00:06:45,780 --> 00:06:48,491 They have a tendency to flit about, you know. 135 00:06:48,533 --> 00:06:50,160 Well, where's Rudolph? 136 00:06:50,202 --> 00:06:52,411 Rudolph, oh, I'm afraid he's in the shop 137 00:06:52,453 --> 00:06:54,455 getting his batteries recharged. 138 00:06:54,497 --> 00:06:57,334 But, Dancer, well that's another problem. 139 00:06:57,376 --> 00:06:58,335 Out again? 140 00:07:02,172 --> 00:07:03,840 Oh, dear. 141 00:07:03,882 --> 00:07:07,552 Get Cupid out here, and let Blitzen nuzzle her ear. 142 00:07:07,594 --> 00:07:08,929 That'll get him down. 143 00:07:08,970 --> 00:07:11,556 Dancer's a very jealous reindeer, you know. 144 00:07:13,267 --> 00:07:15,060 I don't believe this. 145 00:07:15,102 --> 00:07:17,187 But you're supposed to be at the North Pole. 146 00:07:17,229 --> 00:07:18,772 Why aren't you at the North Pole? 147 00:07:18,813 --> 00:07:20,732 Ah, well, we were actually for a time, 148 00:07:20,774 --> 00:07:22,483 but it's frightfully cold up there, 149 00:07:22,525 --> 00:07:24,736 and this is so much more centrally located. 150 00:07:24,778 --> 00:07:26,154 Well, where's your red suit? 151 00:07:26,196 --> 00:07:28,573 In the United States, Santa Claus wears a red suit. 152 00:07:28,615 --> 00:07:29,657 Does he? 153 00:07:29,699 --> 00:07:31,034 Of course I do. 154 00:07:31,076 --> 00:07:32,369 It's right there in the wardrobe, 155 00:07:32,411 --> 00:07:34,579 which, incidentally, is our first stop. 156 00:07:36,873 --> 00:07:39,960 But several years ago, my parents told me that he... 157 00:07:40,001 --> 00:07:41,378 I know. 158 00:07:41,420 --> 00:07:42,796 So did mine. 159 00:07:49,010 --> 00:07:50,929 Anybody home? 160 00:07:56,226 --> 00:07:57,936 Anybody home? 161 00:07:57,978 --> 00:08:00,021 Ah, come in, come in. 162 00:08:00,063 --> 00:08:02,941 I want you to meet the elves who make 163 00:08:02,941 --> 00:08:02,783 all my different outfits. 164 00:08:02,983 --> 00:08:04,985 - How many outfits do you have? - How many what? 165 00:08:05,026 --> 00:08:07,737 Oh, I'm afraid I have no idea. 166 00:08:07,779 --> 00:08:09,990 You see, people in different countries all think of me 167 00:08:10,031 --> 00:08:12,117 in different ways, so I have to be different. 168 00:08:12,159 --> 00:08:14,202 That is to say, however they want me to be. 169 00:08:14,244 --> 00:08:16,830 Now, where could those two be? 170 00:08:16,871 --> 00:08:20,834 Needles, Pins, I have a surprise for you! 171 00:08:22,169 --> 00:08:23,878 A surprise? 172 00:08:23,920 --> 00:08:25,464 Don't tell me, 173 00:08:25,505 --> 00:08:27,424 your leg is healed, and you're making 174 00:08:27,466 --> 00:08:29,801 the Christmas Eve trip yourself. 175 00:08:29,843 --> 00:08:33,347 And we can stop working 24 hours a day 176 00:08:33,388 --> 00:08:37,517 making clothes for Santa Claus substitutes. 177 00:08:37,517 --> 00:08:38,001 Right? 178 00:08:38,201 --> 00:08:38,685 Wrong. 179 00:08:38,726 --> 00:08:40,645 I have brought someone to see you. 180 00:08:43,357 --> 00:08:44,774 What do you think? 181 00:08:44,816 --> 00:08:48,987 Well, the one on the left would do okay for Scandinavia. 182 00:08:49,029 --> 00:08:51,990 But the one on the right... Mm... 183 00:08:52,032 --> 00:08:53,492 I don't know. 184 00:08:53,533 --> 00:08:55,327 Maybe Iceland? 185 00:08:55,369 --> 00:08:56,995 Well, let's get to work. 186 00:08:57,037 --> 00:09:00,248 No, no, no, no. Not them. 187 00:09:00,290 --> 00:09:02,292 That is to say, I did bring them, 188 00:09:02,334 --> 00:09:04,919 but them is not who I was talking about. 189 00:09:04,961 --> 00:09:09,424 I mean, them are not who I was talking, I mean... 190 00:09:09,466 --> 00:09:10,842 Oh, we know what you mean. 191 00:09:10,884 --> 00:09:13,387 But we still don't know who you're talking about. 192 00:09:13,428 --> 00:09:15,430 Oh I think he's talking about Benji. 193 00:09:15,472 --> 00:09:16,681 Benji? 194 00:09:16,723 --> 00:09:18,933 Yes. That's it, of course! 195 00:09:18,975 --> 00:09:20,435 Benji! 196 00:09:20,477 --> 00:09:22,187 Benji, in person. 197 00:09:22,229 --> 00:09:23,980 Or should I say, in dogson? 198 00:09:25,148 --> 00:09:26,233 No, I suppose not. 199 00:09:26,274 --> 00:09:28,068 What a pleasant surprise. 200 00:09:28,109 --> 00:09:31,446 To get a surprise from the boss 201 00:09:31,446 --> 00:09:31,288 is really a surprise! 202 00:09:31,488 --> 00:09:34,241 Yeah, it's really been the pits around here 203 00:09:34,282 --> 00:09:36,243 since the boss broke his leg. 204 00:09:36,284 --> 00:09:38,619 You came just at the right time, Benji. 205 00:09:39,454 --> 00:09:41,289 Oh, well, thank you. 206 00:09:41,331 --> 00:09:44,625 Now, for that you get a special Christmas present 207 00:09:44,667 --> 00:09:46,878 from Needles and Pins. 208 00:09:46,920 --> 00:09:48,422 Now, let's see. 209 00:09:49,964 --> 00:09:52,717 Oh, how about this? 210 00:09:54,344 --> 00:09:58,223 This is the necklace the boss used 211 00:09:58,223 --> 00:09:58,065 to wear in Turkey. 212 00:09:58,265 --> 00:10:01,476 Why, it's gorgeous, but it looks very expensive. 213 00:10:01,518 --> 00:10:02,936 Why don't you wear it anymore? 214 00:10:02,977 --> 00:10:05,688 Oh, overkill. It's a bit gaudy with white. 215 00:10:05,730 --> 00:10:08,275 - You wore white in Turkey? - Of course. 216 00:10:08,316 --> 00:10:09,568 Would you like to see the whole outfit? 217 00:10:10,277 --> 00:10:11,486 Yeah. 218 00:10:11,528 --> 00:10:13,029 Needles, Pins. 219 00:10:13,071 --> 00:10:14,822 It's quite spiffy actually. 220 00:10:21,413 --> 00:10:24,165 There. Much better without the necklace, don't you think? 221 00:10:24,207 --> 00:10:26,667 And this is how I looked in Saxon, England. 222 00:10:35,843 --> 00:10:37,095 Mm. Korea. 223 00:10:43,977 --> 00:10:45,562 And the good old USA. 224 00:10:51,943 --> 00:10:53,736 I'll be back in about two or three minutes. 225 00:11:02,745 --> 00:11:04,914 What do you think, hmm? 226 00:11:04,956 --> 00:11:07,000 Will they buy this in the States? 227 00:11:07,041 --> 00:11:08,793 That's not the question. 228 00:11:08,835 --> 00:11:13,173 The question is, will they buy this in the States? 229 00:11:13,214 --> 00:11:15,175 Yes, well... 230 00:11:15,216 --> 00:11:16,510 Interesting, don't you think? 231 00:11:16,551 --> 00:11:18,637 For the first time, my little people 232 00:11:18,677 --> 00:11:21,181 are going to get to experience, first hand, 233 00:11:21,222 --> 00:11:24,017 all the problems of running around the globe 234 00:11:24,058 --> 00:11:28,313 delivering presents, changing wardrobe in every country. 235 00:11:28,355 --> 00:11:31,024 Changing wardrobe in every country. 236 00:11:31,065 --> 00:11:32,442 Dear, oh dear. 237 00:11:32,484 --> 00:11:36,112 It'd be so much easier if everyone liked the same me. 238 00:11:36,154 --> 00:11:38,198 But I suppose if it was the same, 239 00:11:38,239 --> 00:11:39,991 it wouldn't be the same, would it? 240 00:11:40,033 --> 00:11:41,242 Or would it? 241 00:11:41,284 --> 00:11:42,160 I don't know. 242 00:11:42,202 --> 00:11:43,495 Anyway, I hope you'll excuse me 243 00:11:43,537 --> 00:11:46,373 while I change back into my most comfortable self. 244 00:11:46,414 --> 00:11:47,832 Carrying all this extra weight 245 00:11:47,874 --> 00:11:49,959 gets to be quite tiresome, you know. 246 00:11:53,463 --> 00:11:55,256 There. 247 00:11:55,298 --> 00:11:57,050 That feels much better. 248 00:11:57,091 --> 00:11:58,635 I think you forgot something. 249 00:11:59,386 --> 00:12:00,512 Hmm? 250 00:12:03,515 --> 00:12:05,099 Well, nobody's perfect. 251 00:12:06,725 --> 00:12:08,853 Whatever is that? 252 00:12:08,895 --> 00:12:11,981 This is your wardrobe from Kabur. 253 00:12:12,023 --> 00:12:15,776 But it's getting terribly old-fashioned and dull. 254 00:12:15,818 --> 00:12:17,362 So we thought it was time to move up, 255 00:12:17,404 --> 00:12:20,281 move out, start a new trend, so to speak. 256 00:12:20,323 --> 00:12:24,327 It's new, it's now, it's different, it's you! 257 00:12:24,369 --> 00:12:27,997 But the excitement starts slow and builds up. 258 00:12:28,039 --> 00:12:30,584 First, we add a little flash to the old tunic, 259 00:12:30,625 --> 00:12:33,628 broaden the shoulders, drape the sleeve longer. 260 00:12:33,670 --> 00:12:35,880 And next year, we get rid of that hood. 261 00:12:35,922 --> 00:12:38,174 Passe, dead, out of touch. 262 00:12:38,216 --> 00:12:39,758 Do you know what I mean? 263 00:12:39,800 --> 00:12:42,679 Turn it into a collar that means something. 264 00:12:42,721 --> 00:12:44,431 And those pants! 265 00:12:44,472 --> 00:12:46,683 Where did we get those pants? 266 00:12:46,725 --> 00:12:48,476 Out, for sure. 267 00:12:48,518 --> 00:12:51,854 We add these out-of-sight boots, 268 00:12:51,854 --> 00:12:51,696 top it off with a scarf, 269 00:12:51,896 --> 00:12:53,940 and you're letting them know where you're at. 270 00:12:53,981 --> 00:12:56,526 They'll love it, trust me! 271 00:12:56,568 --> 00:12:57,444 What do you think? 272 00:12:58,486 --> 00:13:00,071 I hate it. 273 00:13:00,113 --> 00:13:02,990 See? It's awful. I told you he'd hate it. 274 00:13:03,032 --> 00:13:04,325 Get it out of here! 275 00:13:04,367 --> 00:13:08,538 Simple stars are in, not that glitter rock stuff. 276 00:13:08,580 --> 00:13:10,164 And since the boss ain't going, 277 00:13:10,206 --> 00:13:12,208 I'm the one that's got to wear it. 278 00:13:13,585 --> 00:13:15,920 Then you're really not going on Christmas Eve? 279 00:13:17,297 --> 00:13:20,133 I'm afraid I have very little choice 280 00:13:20,133 --> 00:13:20,333 in the matter. 281 00:13:22,552 --> 00:13:24,596 But he can't not go. 282 00:13:24,638 --> 00:13:27,140 Children all over the world are gonna be counting on you. 283 00:13:27,181 --> 00:13:29,434 My dears, my dears, most of my elves 284 00:13:29,476 --> 00:13:31,852 have been with me for centuries. 285 00:13:31,894 --> 00:13:34,689 And I'm sure they'll do just fine. 286 00:13:39,694 --> 00:13:41,862 I hope they'll do just fine. 287 00:13:45,325 --> 00:13:47,661 And you can go south of the Stendy line, 288 00:13:47,702 --> 00:13:49,329 and you arrive right here. 289 00:13:49,370 --> 00:13:52,749 But how do you get to all those places in just one night? 290 00:13:52,791 --> 00:13:54,046 Oh, yes. Well, of course, 291 00:13:54,246 --> 00:13:55,502 it's not like the old days. 292 00:13:55,543 --> 00:13:58,755 No, in the old days, we used to fly 293 00:13:58,755 --> 00:13:58,597 by the seat of our pants. 294 00:13:58,797 --> 00:14:00,799 But now, there are so many more people to cover. 295 00:14:00,839 --> 00:14:03,217 I couldn't possibly do it without CEPAC. 296 00:14:04,344 --> 00:14:06,053 CEPAC. 297 00:14:06,095 --> 00:14:09,390 Christmas Eve Planning And Communications. 298 00:14:09,432 --> 00:14:11,685 Here we receive radar, weather satellite, 299 00:14:11,726 --> 00:14:14,729 political and traffic information from 300 00:14:14,729 --> 00:14:14,571 all over the world. 301 00:14:14,771 --> 00:14:17,982 Our computers can re-plot my route 302 00:14:17,982 --> 00:14:17,824 at a moment's notice, 303 00:14:18,024 --> 00:14:20,819 and instantly notify me and the network of reporters 304 00:14:20,860 --> 00:14:24,947 who make up a communication system 305 00:14:24,947 --> 00:14:24,789 that spans the entire globe. 306 00:14:24,989 --> 00:14:28,117 I still don't understand how you do it all 307 00:14:28,117 --> 00:14:28,317 in just one night. 308 00:14:29,577 --> 00:14:33,206 Yes, well, of course, it would obviously 309 00:14:33,206 --> 00:14:33,047 be impossible 310 00:14:33,247 --> 00:14:36,959 if I were to do it in the standard 311 00:14:36,959 --> 00:14:36,801 ten or 12-hour night. 312 00:14:37,001 --> 00:14:39,713 But if my route is plotted correctly, and I travel 313 00:14:39,754 --> 00:14:43,883 in the right direction, I have a full 24 hours of night. 314 00:14:43,924 --> 00:14:45,218 24 hours? 315 00:14:45,259 --> 00:14:48,262 I couldn't possibly do it in any less, could I? 316 00:14:48,304 --> 00:14:51,432 If you'll just step over here, I'll explain how it works. 317 00:14:53,685 --> 00:14:55,019 Sun, please! 318 00:14:55,061 --> 00:14:56,604 Oh. 319 00:14:56,646 --> 00:15:01,067 Now, if I travel in this direction, 320 00:15:01,108 --> 00:15:03,403 and the world travels in that direction, 321 00:15:03,444 --> 00:15:05,154 and the sun stays there. 322 00:15:06,072 --> 00:15:07,490 I'm so sorry. 323 00:15:07,532 --> 00:15:09,909 I do see that you find it very difficult to understand. 324 00:15:09,950 --> 00:15:11,786 It's a very complicated theory, 325 00:15:11,828 --> 00:15:14,163 and it'd take an awful lot of time. 326 00:15:14,205 --> 00:15:16,332 And time is what we have not got a lot of, 327 00:15:16,374 --> 00:15:18,710 because we must get back to the great hall 328 00:15:18,710 --> 00:15:18,910 before the parade. 329 00:15:19,669 --> 00:15:20,879 Ah, good. 330 00:15:20,920 --> 00:15:22,213 Just in time for mail call. 331 00:15:22,255 --> 00:15:23,464 Come along. 332 00:15:23,506 --> 00:15:27,468 Now, this, this is where it all happens. 333 00:15:27,510 --> 00:15:30,722 This is where Christmas really begins. 334 00:15:30,764 --> 00:15:33,099 But these elves all look like they're from 335 00:15:33,099 --> 00:15:32,940 different countries. 336 00:15:33,140 --> 00:15:35,268 Can you think of a better way to handle it? 337 00:15:35,309 --> 00:15:36,477 The elves from each country 338 00:15:36,519 --> 00:15:38,354 get the mail from their own country. 339 00:15:38,396 --> 00:15:40,314 They sort it, fill the orders, 340 00:15:40,356 --> 00:15:42,233 and prepare them for delivery. 341 00:15:42,275 --> 00:15:44,694 Then they serve as an advance party. 342 00:15:44,736 --> 00:15:46,738 They go back home to arrange routes, 343 00:15:46,780 --> 00:15:48,948 and schedules ready for my arrival. 344 00:15:48,989 --> 00:15:50,784 Boy, that is some organization. 345 00:15:50,825 --> 00:15:52,619 Yes, indeed. Attention! 346 00:15:56,122 --> 00:15:57,791 And now, hear this. 347 00:15:57,832 --> 00:16:00,794 We have a special guest for you today. Yes. 348 00:16:00,835 --> 00:16:02,086 We know you're all busy working, 349 00:16:02,128 --> 00:16:04,130 and you can't go to the parade in town, 350 00:16:04,171 --> 00:16:05,965 so you might like to come here 351 00:16:06,006 --> 00:16:11,053 and meet the parade marshal, the famous movie star, Benji! 352 00:16:11,095 --> 00:16:13,306 - Steady... 353 00:16:19,061 --> 00:16:20,939 However do you keep up with it all? 354 00:16:20,980 --> 00:16:22,064 Oh, that's easy. 355 00:16:22,106 --> 00:16:23,691 I'm just what people think of me. 356 00:16:24,609 --> 00:16:27,821 I am... a multiplicity. 357 00:16:27,862 --> 00:16:29,113 A what? 358 00:16:30,197 --> 00:16:35,411 ♪ I am a multiplicity ♪ 359 00:16:35,453 --> 00:16:39,499 ♪ A splitted personality ♪ 360 00:16:39,540 --> 00:16:44,086 ♪ I'm more than one And even more than two ♪ 361 00:16:44,128 --> 00:16:45,421 ♪ Hmm ♪ 362 00:16:45,463 --> 00:16:48,842 ♪ I'm just what People think of me ♪ 363 00:16:48,883 --> 00:16:52,804 ♪ And that's what I must always be ♪ 364 00:16:52,846 --> 00:16:57,851 ♪ So think of me, please Kindly when you do ♪ 365 00:17:00,144 --> 00:17:04,231 ♪ I change my size And shape and style ♪ 366 00:17:04,273 --> 00:17:07,777 ♪ To fit each size And shape of child ♪ 367 00:17:09,570 --> 00:17:14,993 ♪ Wherever they may be You will perceive ♪ 368 00:17:15,034 --> 00:17:18,538 ♪ I must know all their names ♪ 369 00:17:18,579 --> 00:17:22,249 ♪ As you know who's to blame ♪ 370 00:17:22,291 --> 00:17:28,381 ♪ If anyone's left out On Christmas Eve ♪ 371 00:17:30,132 --> 00:17:34,220 ♪ Just what I may Appear to be ♪ 372 00:17:34,261 --> 00:17:37,765 ♪ Depends on nationality ♪ 373 00:17:39,225 --> 00:17:44,104 ♪ Which never is the same And that is true ♪ 374 00:17:45,690 --> 00:17:50,570 ♪ So each December ♪ 375 00:17:50,611 --> 00:17:54,198 ♪ I must remember ♪ 376 00:17:57,035 --> 00:18:01,873 ♪ Who I should be for you ♪ 377 00:18:01,915 --> 00:18:05,835 ♪ And you, and you ♪ 378 00:18:08,087 --> 00:18:13,843 ♪ I am a multiplicity ♪ 379 00:18:13,885 --> 00:18:17,430 ♪ A splitted personality ♪ 380 00:18:17,471 --> 00:18:21,809 ♪ Why all of me Would fill a giant hall ♪ 381 00:18:21,851 --> 00:18:23,644 ♪ I'm just what People think of me ♪ 382 00:18:23,686 --> 00:18:25,813 ♪ And that's what I must always be ♪ 383 00:18:25,855 --> 00:18:28,816 ♪ So think me nice Or don't think me at all ♪ 384 00:19:32,672 --> 00:19:36,258 ♪ I am a multiplicity ♪ 385 00:19:36,300 --> 00:19:40,721 ♪ A splitted personality ♪ 386 00:19:40,763 --> 00:19:44,851 ♪ I'm more than one And even more than two ♪ 387 00:19:44,892 --> 00:19:46,435 ♪ Three, four, five, six ♪ 388 00:19:46,477 --> 00:19:49,939 ♪ I'm just what People think of me ♪ 389 00:19:49,981 --> 00:19:54,234 ♪ And that's what I must always be ♪ 390 00:19:54,276 --> 00:20:00,199 ♪ So think me nice Or don't think me at all ♪ 391 00:20:00,240 --> 00:20:03,744 ♪ I'm just what People think of me ♪ 392 00:20:03,786 --> 00:20:07,915 ♪ And that's what I must always be ♪ 393 00:20:07,957 --> 00:20:11,169 ♪ So think of me Please kindly when ♪ 394 00:20:11,210 --> 00:20:14,338 ♪ So think of me Please kindly when ♪ 395 00:20:14,380 --> 00:20:16,799 ♪ So think of me please ♪ 396 00:20:16,841 --> 00:20:23,056 ♪ Kindly when you do ♪ 397 00:20:56,964 --> 00:20:58,298 But why? 398 00:20:58,340 --> 00:21:01,635 Why would you, Santa Claus, or Kris Kringle, 399 00:21:01,677 --> 00:21:03,137 or whichever you want to call yourself, 400 00:21:03,179 --> 00:21:04,972 lie about having a broken leg? 401 00:21:06,640 --> 00:21:07,808 Yes, well... 402 00:21:09,560 --> 00:21:14,398 Well, you see, Cindy, for once in my life, 403 00:21:14,440 --> 00:21:19,195 for once in all my hundreds 404 00:21:19,195 --> 00:21:19,037 of years of life, 405 00:21:19,237 --> 00:21:23,032 I just wanted to be like everyone else in the world. 406 00:21:23,074 --> 00:21:27,161 I just wanted to be at home on Christmas Eve. 407 00:21:28,537 --> 00:21:29,997 Well, I never thought that... 408 00:21:31,498 --> 00:21:33,667 I mean, I never realized that you had... 409 00:21:37,546 --> 00:21:40,507 The truth is I was just being selfish. 410 00:21:40,549 --> 00:21:44,095 I mean, you're what Christmas Eve is all about. 411 00:21:44,137 --> 00:21:46,555 You've spent your whole life making Christmas Eve 412 00:21:46,597 --> 00:21:49,475 something for people to look forward to. 413 00:21:49,516 --> 00:21:51,269 If anybody in the whole world deserves 414 00:21:51,310 --> 00:21:54,313 to be home on Christmas Eve, you certainly do. 415 00:21:54,354 --> 00:21:57,441 I've never seen anyone so at home with strangers. 416 00:21:57,483 --> 00:21:59,026 I don't understand it. 417 00:21:59,777 --> 00:22:01,154 I do. 418 00:22:01,195 --> 00:22:03,072 Where is your home anyway? 419 00:22:03,697 --> 00:22:05,283 Home. 420 00:22:05,324 --> 00:22:11,080 Home, Cindy, is wherever someone loves you. 421 00:22:11,122 --> 00:22:15,876 I've always been home on Christmas Eve. 422 00:22:15,918 --> 00:22:18,796 I have a million homes all over the world! 423 00:22:18,838 --> 00:22:20,631 Quick, everyone, back to work! 424 00:22:20,673 --> 00:22:22,800 We mustn't let anything stand in the way 425 00:22:22,842 --> 00:22:25,594 of me being in all my homes 426 00:22:25,594 --> 00:22:25,794 on Christmas Eve! 427 00:22:27,345 --> 00:22:28,681 Does that mean you're going? 428 00:22:28,722 --> 00:22:30,141 Of course I'm going! 429 00:22:30,183 --> 00:22:32,768 I'm gonna be in every one of my homes on Christmas Eve, 430 00:22:32,810 --> 00:22:37,564 and that includes yours, and you can count on it! 431 00:22:37,606 --> 00:22:41,610 Thanks to you, it looks as if it's gonna be 432 00:22:41,610 --> 00:22:41,810 Christmas as usual, eh? 433 00:22:42,010 --> 00:22:43,529 And you, ladies. 434 00:22:43,570 --> 00:22:47,950 Needless to say, your visit has been quite productive. 435 00:22:47,992 --> 00:22:50,870 And we all thank you very much. 436 00:22:50,911 --> 00:22:53,206 Thank you for bringing us here. 437 00:22:53,247 --> 00:22:55,624 Yes, this has been quite an experience. 438 00:22:55,666 --> 00:22:58,585 I can't wait to get back and tell my friends about it. 439 00:22:58,627 --> 00:23:00,420 Oh, tell your friends. 440 00:23:00,462 --> 00:23:04,717 I do apologize, but I'm afraid that will be quite impossible. 441 00:23:04,758 --> 00:23:07,136 You'll remember almost nothing of your visit here, 442 00:23:07,178 --> 00:23:11,057 except, of course, for a rather special warm feeling. 443 00:23:11,098 --> 00:23:13,851 You see, where we are must be kept a secret, 444 00:23:13,893 --> 00:23:16,937 or we'd never get any work done. 445 00:23:16,979 --> 00:23:19,481 But it's important that people know you're here. 446 00:23:19,940 --> 00:23:21,650 No, Cindy. 447 00:23:21,692 --> 00:23:24,904 It's not important that they know I'm here. 448 00:23:24,945 --> 00:23:28,032 Just that they know, as you know, 449 00:23:29,200 --> 00:23:30,951 that I am. 450 00:23:33,162 --> 00:23:35,039 Now, off you go. 451 00:23:35,081 --> 00:23:38,292 But how will they know what I know 452 00:23:38,334 --> 00:23:41,087 if I don't know what I know? 453 00:23:42,213 --> 00:23:44,173 I'm afraid I don't know. 454 00:23:44,215 --> 00:23:46,217 But I do know that it's almost time 455 00:23:46,259 --> 00:23:48,635 for the parade to begin, so I'm glad you're back. 456 00:23:48,677 --> 00:23:50,470 I'm Herr Bringle, the parade master. 457 00:23:50,512 --> 00:23:53,849 And you must be Fraeulein Garret 458 00:23:53,849 --> 00:23:54,049 and Fraeulein Smith, 459 00:23:54,934 --> 00:23:56,143 and Herr Benji. 460 00:23:56,185 --> 00:23:58,271 What a wonderful disposition for a movie star. 461 00:23:58,312 --> 00:24:00,480 And what a beautiful gold collar. 462 00:24:00,522 --> 00:24:01,899 Did you get this for Christmas? 463 00:24:08,406 --> 00:24:11,533 Nobody's perfect. 33638

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