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The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause [2006] (1 disc)
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Director:Michael Lembeck
Writer:Ed Decter
John J. Strauss
Composer:George S. Clinton
Length:92 minutes
(1 hour 32 minutes)
MPAA Rating:G
Suggested Event Use:Christmas
Sorting Category:Holiday
IMDB Rating:3.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:13%
Amazon Rating:3.5/5 stars
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Synopsis: Jack Frost schemes to take over Santa's position and unknowingly teaches Scott just how good he had it in the first place.


Reaction: Not as good as the first two, and it borrows very heavily from other movies for its main story, but there are cute moments.


Personal Rating: 5/10

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Michael Lembeck => Director
Ed Decter => Writer
John J. Strauss => Writer
George S. Clinton => Composer
Abigail Breslin => Trish
Aisha Tyler => Mother Nature
Alan Arkin => Bud Newman
Ann-Margret => Sylvia Newman
Art LaFleur => Tooth Fairy
Charlie Stewart => Dr. Hismus
Elizabeth Mitchell => Carol / Mrs. Claus
Eric Lloyd => Charlie
Jay Thomas => Easter Bunny
Judge Reinhold => Neil Miller
Kevin Pollak => Cupid
Liliana Mumy => Lucy Miller
Martin Short => Jack Frost
Michael Dorn => Sandman
Peter Boyle => Father Time
Spencer Breslin => Curtis
Tim Allen => Scott Calvin / Santa
Wendy Crewson => Laura Miller

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • Peter Boyle played Mr. Whittle, Scott Calvin's supervisor in the first movie, then was recast as Father Time in the latter movies.
  • The scrolling ticker sign in the toy factory reads "378 Years without an accident".
  • Despite Bernard's non-appearance in the film, the novelization uses his character.
  • Peter Boyle's final film.