Santa and the Three Bears

Movie review by Brian Costello, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

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Timeless, sweet holiday short movie shows its age.

NR 2010 46 minutes

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I've watched this movie for the past 45 years! It was made the year I was born and has now become a traditional holiday movie for my family on Christmas Eve! They don't make sweet movies like this anymore. Makes me feel like a kid again; feels like I'm @ Grandma's house again❤️

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Average Christmas Message

It's okay. It's just a story about two bear cubs finding out if there is a Santa or not. Nothing really special.

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