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The Santa Trap (13-Dec-2002)

Director: John Shepphird

Writers: Steve Jankowski; John Shepphird

Music by: Joseph Conlan

Producer: Steve Jankowski

Keywords: Juvenile, Christmas

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alana Austin
6-Apr-1982   Abby Logan on Ink
Adrienne Barbeau
11-Jun-1945   Swamp Thing
Corbin Bernsen
7-Sep-1954   Arnie Becker on L.A. Law
Robert Hays
24-Jul-1947   Airplane!
Stacy Keach
2-Jun-1941   Mike Hammer, also voice narrator
Shelley Long
23-Aug-1949   Diane on Cheers
Amanda Pays
6-Jun-1959   Theora Jones on Max Headroom
Dick Van Patten
9-Dec-1928 23-Jun-2015 Dad on Eight is Enough


Shelley Long   ...   Molly Emerson
Robert Hays   ...   Bill Emerson
Stacy Keach   ...   Biker Max
Adrienne Barbeau   ...   Alice (Homeless Woman)
Alana Austin   ...   Carla
Sierra Abel   ...   Judy Emerson
Brandon DePaul   ...   Mike Emerson
Sonny Carl Davis   ...   Officer Buckley
Amanda Pays   ...   Doris Spivak
Steve Monroe   ...   Officer Calhoun
Paul Butcher   ...   Brian Spivak
Corbin Bernsen   ...   Chief Spivak
Dick Van Patten   ...   Santa Claus
Woolf Simovitch   ...   Clifford
Cork Hubbert   ...   Elf One
Martin Klebba   ...   Elf Ranger Bob
Patricia Gillum   ...   Boutique Owner
Brooke Beare   ...   Reporter
Colton James   ...   Marty
Bryce Hollander   ...   Scotty
Christopher Gregson   ...   Skate Punk
Joe Virzi   ...   Trash Talking Teddy
Nick Omana   ...   Radio Announcer
Mark T. Price   ...   Kyle Fletcher
Angus "Catzilla" Vialle   ...   Loopy the Cat


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