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'twas The Night

Written byJim Lincoln & Dan Studney (teleplay and story) Jenny Tripp (teleplay)
Directed byNick Castle
StarringJosh Zuckerman, Brenda Grate, Bryan Cranston, Jefferson Mappin
Theme music composerCraig Safan
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Production
Executive producersRobert M. Myman, George Paige, Tim Stephen
ProducerKevin Lafferty
Running time87 minutes
Production companyAdam Productions
DistributorBuena Vista Television
Release
Original networkDisney Channel
Original releaseDecember 7, 2001 ( 2001-12-07 )

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Though the picture of St. Nicholas had been connected with Christmas for over a millennium, american and contemporary perception of Santa Claus was born almost totally out of Clement Clarke Moore's Visit to St. Nicholas. On a snowy wintertime's day in 1823, Clement Clarke Moore took a sleigh ride shopping journey and composed his currently legendary work as a Christmas present for his children. From everyone at Belmonte Builders, we're wanting you and your own remarkable holiday.

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"Twas the Night before Christmas(A Visit from St. Nicholas):a classics illustrated edition" by Clement Clarke Moore

"Twas the Night before Christmas(A Visit from St. Nicholas):a classics illustrated edition" by Clement Clarke Moore

"Twas the Night before Christmas(A Visit from St. Nicholas):a classics illustrated edition" by Clement Clarke Moore

"Twas the Night before Christmas: A Visit from St. Nicholas" by Clement Clarke Moore

"Twas the Night before Christmas(A Visit from St. Nicholas):a classics illustrated edition" by Clement Clarke Moore

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"Twas the Night: A Christmas Collection" by Dwayne Buhler

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