How the Toys Saved Christmas Trailer

How the Toys Saved Christmas Trailer (1996)

05 December 1996 Animated, Family, Foreign 92 mins

When Santa's helper La Befana falls ill and must take off a Christmas Eve, she recruits Scarafoni to help deliver all the toys. No one but the toys knows is that Scarafoni plans to auction off the toys to the highest bidder, which means the toys won't make it to the children who have been good all year and deserve them. The toys decide to deliver themselves, and the story follows them as they struggle to avoid the heartless Scarafoni and to find their true homes.

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Lella Costa

as La Befana (voice)

Dario Fo

as Scarafoni (voice)

Alida Milana

as Francesco (voice)


Enzo D'Alò


International Titles

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International Releases Dates

Germany 05 December 1996

France 03 December 1997

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