Auntie Helga's Christmas Trailer

Auntie Helga's Christmas Trailer (1998)

01 December 1998

Bob Cratchet is working for next to nothing, and doesn't get any coal for the fire. He has to prick his finger for blood so he can write, and he is not allowed to go to the GAP. At home, his daughter is going to die, so she must finish her dusting quickly.

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Cast

Dann Thombs

as Auntie Helga

Chris Thombs

as Crachet

John Heins

as Marley

John Heins

as Ghost of Christmas Past

John Heins

as Ghost of Christmas Present

John Heins

as Ghost of Christmas Future

Chris Thombs

as Scream Ghost

Amy Thombs

as Little Timmy Tubby

International Releases Dates

United States 01 December 1998

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