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- The district also helps sponsor the Kris Kringle Market.
- On Disneyland Records, Jiminy Cricket sang the yuletide song "Kris, Kris Kringle (With A Tingle-Ingle-Ingle)" in a vaudevillian Tin Pan Alley style, first singing the song straight, and the second time speaking half of the song in rhythm.
- At an early point in the original 1947 version of "Miracle on 34th Street", a doctor expresses the opinion that Kris Kringle is of no harm to anyone despite his insistence that he is Santa Claus.
- Kringle" as Kris Kringle.
- When the real Kris Kringle is hired inadvertently to represent jolly St.
- McCann impersonated Oliver Hardy in commercials for various products (teaming with Jim MacGeorge as Stan Laurel), and for a few years, he played the holiday-season recurring role of Kris Kringle on the NBC soap opera "Santa Barbara".
- Therefore, in the film, by implication, he was responsible for affirming that central character Mr. Kris Kringle was the one and only Santa Claus.
- Tompkins was mentioned by Kris Kringle in the 1947 film "Miracle on 34th Street".
- Kris Kringle is indignant to find that the man assigned to play Santa in the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is intoxicated.
- He had an early minor role in "Miracle on 34th Street" as a postal worker who redirects dead letters addressed to "Santa Claus" to the courthouse where Kris Kringle is on trial.
- 75 in an air-conditioned restaurant and offered menu items such as Chicken à la North Pole and Rum Pie à la Kris Kringle.
- Macy in thanking Kris Kringle for the new policy of referring customers to another store for Christmas shopping.
- On film, he is best remembered for his role as Kris Kringle in the Christmas film "Miracle on 34th Street" (1947), for which he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor and the corresponding Golden Globe Award.
- "Kringle" is an American children's novel by author Tony Abbott. The story chronicles the origins of Kris Kringle, also known as Santa Claus. The book was released in 2005.
- During the Reformation in 16th–17th-century Europe, many Protestants changed the gift bringer from Sinterklaas to the Christ Child or "Christkindl" (corrupted in English to Kris Kringle).
- Due to a broken leg, Kris Kringle is sending his elves out to deliver presents, and, as this will force them to miss the parade, he wants them to meet Benji first.
- Smith Goes to Washington"; an atheist in "Going My Way"; the nervous, ill-tempered Granville Sawyer, who administers a psychological test to Kris Kringle in "Miracle on 34th Street"; a train passenger who encounters a man (Fred MacMurray) who has just committed a murder in "Double Indemnity"; and the title character's lawyer (Herbert MacCaulay) in "The Thin Man".
- Among these are Father Christmas, also known as Santa Claus (derived from the Dutch for Saint Nicholas), Père Noël, and the Weihnachtsmann; Saint Nicholas or Sinterklaas; the Christkind; Kris Kringle; Joulupukki; tomte/nisse; Babbo Natale; Saint Basil; and Ded Moroz.
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