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Anyone ever hear of the Christmas movie "Santa's Visit"? PLEASE!!!

Hi I am DESPERATE and have been looking for this movie with my cousin for months now.  Having it be so hard to find I am guessing it is out of print, but I would love to know if anyone has ever heard, seen, or own it?  The name is Santa's Visit.  I Watched this as a kid early 90's and my mom said it can be as old as 70's, 80's.  It's about Santa coming to this home where the kids are sleeping, you don't seem them, all you ever see is Santa.  It's basically a short movie showing what Santa does the night before Christmas.  No dialogue really, you hear the clock ticking, and the sounds of the Christmas tree, and it shows Santa taking toys out of his sack and putting them under the tree.  One toy was a little kid instrument and he quietly plays with it for a moment. Then he sits down and enjoys a cookie that was left out for him.  THIS MOVIE IS NOT A CARTOON, all real actors.  I don't remember a director, an actor, or anything.  I know it's a little short known movie, but if this rings a bell with ANYONE, I'd appreciate any help I can get! Also the movie is dark, not black and white, you can see color, but it's dark in the house.
asked Dec 29, 2015 in Name That Movie by jaclyntrov11 (1 point)
edited Dec 29, 2015 by jaclyntrov11
This article shows 2 close matches to the shorts you are looking for.... The Visit from Santa Claus or Santa Claus' Visit
Hi and thank you for getting back! But no sorry those aren't it. This "movie" was after the 1960's and not in black and white. But thank you for trying!