Neglected by her husband during the pre-Christmas rush, Mrs. Claus takes the reindeer and sleigh out for a drive, only to end up stranded in the multicultural neighborhood of Manhattan's Lower East Side of the early 1900s.
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Did You Know?
A plot point in the film is women demanding the right to vote. Women gaining the right to vote won't happen until the 19th Amendment is ratified 8-10 years after the events in this film take place. See more
Mrs. Santa Claus says, "Oh, team, we've done it - 1910 is a record year." The U.S. was comprised of just 46 states in 1910. But in the suffrage parade, people are carrying an unfurled American flag that has 48 stars. New Mexico joined the Union in January 1912 and Arizona joined in February of that year. See more
Not even one little ho, ho, ho?
[sadly and quietly
Music and Lyric by Jerry Herman
Performed by Angela Lansbury
and Lynsey Bartilson See more