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  1. On first glance, it looks like Santa Ed Taylor wearing an Adele's Continental Coat with the optional gold trim.
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  2. I think you are right, it does look like Santa Ed
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  3. In my choir room, I kept a decorated, white tree year around. I changed it to match the holiday. At the end of June, I would decorate it red, white, and blue. When I decorated it for Fall is when I got the most comments on it.
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  4. Good job Dr. Drosselmeyer. I really enjoyed your interpretation. I know you had on a clever disguise but I still recognized you as Santa.
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  6. Did you complete the video, if so I would love to see it, the trailer is excellent thanks
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  7. You really can't beat Disney, fabulous stuff. The image link isn't working?
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  8. I remember watching this programme as a child ,Mary Parkinson, the presenter was married to the UK famous Michael Parkinson. I recall my parents used to pay a small amount of money weekly throughout the year into a Christmas Hamper club which served us well over the festive period with delights only to be had at Christmas . I love the bit about the cockerel for Christmas lunch, my father used dispatch the it on Christmas Eve, I never liked that part of Christmas, but it never stopped me eating the chicken! On Christmas morning there was always an orange, a handful of nuts and a three penny piece in the stocking. The main gift for all the family was the Compendium of games,everyone used to join in, real family stuff, no electronics back then Happy memories
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  9. I had never heard of this program prior to reading this post. Having watched a couple, hilarious, and lots more to watch!
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  10. But as you say, it kept it going for four more years, and in truth its kept it going in her heart foreverley
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  11. She kind of laughs about it but still thinks it's cool Dad did this for her.
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  12. What a wonderful experience the delight must have been overwhelming. What did she say about it when she was older?
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  13. I wouldn't know where to start particularly with the technical side. I may ask my 13 yr old Grandson!
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  14. The UK Christmas commercials are simply awesome! Like miniature movies, so well produced, so cinematic - we don't get to see these in this country but I can't wait to start viewing this year's entries on YouTube!
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  15. She told everyone and showed them the tape. It was quite a stir.
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  16. That is super cool! I can hear her nervous breathing and heartbeat - what an impression it must have made!
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