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Appearing in "A Noggin at Mile End"Edit


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Appearing in "Dick Swift and his Electric Power Ring!"Edit


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    Appearing in "The Greatest Christmas of All"Edit


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A boy finds a magic bag which allows him to assume the role of Santa Claus and give out a never ending supply of presents. When he grows old and dies, another boy comes along to take up the bag and the mantle.

Appearing in "Mother Knows Best"Edit


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Two children on a starship are raised by a robot they refer to as 'Mother'. Every year at Christmas Santa brings them gifts until one year Santa reveals that he is the only human survivor of a robot revolt which has killed the crew. He gets one of the kids to blast the robot and takes them to the bridge hoping to turn the craft around and head back to Earth only to find that the ship has crashlanded on a planet long ago.

Appearing in "Bloodstone Christmas"Edit


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    Appearing in "Season's Grievings"Edit


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A psychiatrist marries an insane woman who has murdered her own daughter despite being the father of a small boy. He comes home one Christmas eve to find that she has murdered the child, although in her sick mind, she was portrayed as the victim in the assault. The psychiatrist gives both her and himself a lethal injection.

Appearing in "A Gift for Momma"Edit


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After their stepfather beats their mother to death, one of the brothers kills him with an ax as he lays in a drunken stupor and then goes out to chop down a Christmas tree. The two boys refuse to accept their mother is dead and so have propped the corpse up in a chair which they carry downstairs to display in front of their tree. The corpse of the dead woman's husband, who was killed in a mine cave-in, shambles in through the door and takes his wife by the hand. The dead woman rises and the two of them head back towards the cave. The brothers are glad their parents are together once more.

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