Santa Claus is getting very old and the population is growing fast. After his Accountant/Best Friend/Timekeeper, Father Time tells him that no matter how fast he delivers the presents, he will not be able to make it to all the houses. Santa assembles an elite team of magic characters, including Father Time, The Easter Bunny, The Tooth-Fairy, Baby New Year, Jack-O-Lantern and Mother Nature. Still, he needs help from some TRUE believers, and he, disguised as a happy old man (Named Uncle Jack), goes down to earth, with the help of his elves KooKoo, Abudabi and William, to find the ultimate believers. He meets Joey Leggeti, a son of a mafia hitman and the grandson of the Don. He seems to believe in Santa because he comes from a unhappy family.Uncle Jack/Santa takes him with, and they soon find Bobby Jackson, a poor boy who has 4 brothers and sisters, a single mother who earns next to nothing and a small house. He wishes he could be taken away to a happier place, and Santa grants this. Finally, as he is leaving, Santa sees a small girl in aalleyway, crying. She is wearing rags and is very thin. He name is Bella Flynn, and she is a orphan that no-one would adopt. Santa takes her with him. When they arrive at the North Pole, They find is empty and without any magic. According to Father Time, teh elves thought Santa had died, and they left. The children use their belief to make the place magical again, and Santa, The Magic People, The Elves and The Kids deliver the presents. When they are done, Santa gives Joey the gift that his family would move out of crime and become a decent, happy one. He gave Bobby the gift that his mother would get a better job, a bigger house and a happier life. And for Bella,he lets her live with him at the North Pole.
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