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Title: Santa's Stuck In The 50's
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Voicing/Format: Accompaniment CD
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog #: 18731
Description: Sound Trax Price: $59.99
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If you think your attic is a mess, imagine what Santa's must look like! After a cleaning spree, the whole gang at the North Pole is delighted to find quite a number of boxes left over from the fabulous 50's! As the reindeer and elves dig in, they find great stuff, including Frisbees, Hula Hoops and other things still popular today! A box of 45 RPM records is cause for celebration as the whole gang gets ready to "Rock Around the Shop Tonight!" It becomes clear that most of the newly discovered "leftovers" are still hot gift items, so a special news bulletin is announced from WXMAS News, where Santa tells children to stop sending Christmas lists. Instead, he wants letters from them explaining how they've been good this year! A special "letter writing" scene follows, as children sing "Santa, Be Good to Me." In the finale, Santa gets ready to deliver all the great 50's toys and games while "Rockin' Down the Chimney!" Grades 3 and up. Approximately 30 minutes.
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