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The Steadfast Tin Soldier movie trailer

So I am familiar with The Steadfast Tin Soldier, one leg, ballerina and bad guy (pretty sure it was a jack in the box like the animated version). But there was a movie I used to watch as a kid and I'm almost positive that this version I'm thinking of was just a movie trailer before the movie I was actually watching, like a movie short or something? I really want to say it was live, not animated. And it was definitely not a whole movie. The scene was in a children's room I believe, and either the kid was already in bed or not in the room at all. I have searched all different versions possible, so the standard animated movie is not right and the ballet version is not either, however the costumes in the ballet match my memory better than the animated version.
asked Mar 17, 2016 in Name That Short by Sararae27 (7 points)
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