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Sam the Snowman: Like I said, the outside world is up to its ears in danger.
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Sam the Snowman: Now don't any of you worry your heads about Santa, Mrs. Claus will have him plenty fattened up before Christmas Eve. It's always the same story.
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Sam the Snowman: Could it be that some of you are not acquainted with the story of Rudolph? Well, pull up an ice block and lend an ear. Now you know how Santa uses these flying reindeer to pull his sleigh. [music commences] You know Dasher... and Dancer, and Prancer, and Vixen. Comet, and Cupid, and Donner, and Blitzen.
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Sam the Snowman: If I live to be 100, I'll never forget that big snow storm a couple of years ago. The weather closed in and, well you might not believe it, but the world almost missed Christmas. Oh, excuse me, call me Sam. What's the matter? Haven't you ever seen a talking snowman before?
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Sam the Snowman: Now you can bet that old Donner felt pretty bad about the way he had treated Rudolph, and he knew that the only thing to do was to go out and look for his little buck. Mrs. Donner wanted to go along, naturally, but Donner said...
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No, This is man's work.
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Sam the Snowman: And no sooner did the man of the house leave when Mrs. Donner and Clarice decided to set out on their own. Now they were really taking their chances, because you see, that little ice boat had run into a pack of mighty-weighted fog.
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Sam the Snowman: Of course the number one residents up here are the Clauses, the Santa and the Missus. They live right over there. First castle on the left. As a matter of fact, the *only* castle on the left.
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Sam the Snowman: [laughs] Silver and gold. Well, what do you think of our friend Cornelius? Seems all he thinks about is silver and gold.
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Sam the Snowman: Most important of all, he taught his son to beware of the Abominable Snow Monster of the North. He's mean. He's nasty. And he hates everything to do with Christmas.
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Sam the Snowman: Well, as good as everyone feels, this is no time for celebrating, because the next day is Christmas Eve, the biggest day of the year!
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Sam the Snowman: Well, time passed slowly. Rudolph existed the best he could. The snow monster kept him on the run, but every once in a while, he would stop and make a friend or two. But it wouldn't last long, and Rudolph would be on his own again. But during all that time, a strange and wonderful thing happened: Rudolph was growing up. And growing up made Rudolph realize you can't run away from your troubles. And pretty soon he knew where he had to go: home.