32 Replies to “Santa’s Workshop (1932 / 2006)”

  1. Pure Christmas fun! I loved this Cartoon and watching it again took me back to when I was a little child <3 And to this day I still find myself humming that melody.

    And regarding all those redicilous racist arguments, get a grip! I’m so tired of people getting offended my the smallest and, in this case, innocent things. I read a comment of why teach children that it’s okay to get a power drill in the butt? Well, what about it could learn children how to be creative? I’m sure the majority see this Cartoon for what it is: pure Christmas and innocent fun.

  2. Considering how Santa holds the stamp when stamping the girl doll and how the African-native-caricature-doll lands on it, the imprints on both should be upside down – or rather rotated 180 degrees.

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  4. I had the uncensored version on VHS and really loved the dolls. But in Polish dubbing the black doll said the same "mama" like the first doll. Its not racist cos she sat on the ok bar and she knew that she was ok. And i was happy when i saw this cartoon on DVD but sadly censored and i missed these dolls. Everyone cares only about being politically correct and sees racism in eveything.

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