And here’s our answer key, just to see how close or far off you were with your guesses:
1. The Santa Clause came out in 1994, probs before a lot of you were even born.
2. All the action begins on the night before Christmas, when Santa falls off of Scott Calvin’s roof.
3. If it hadn’t been for Charlie, the world wouldn’t have had a Christmas. He convinced his dad to put on the suit and become Santa, therefore saving the day!
4. David Krumholtz, who played Bernard the Elf, was also in 10 Things I Hate About You.
5. Scott Calvin is a big executive at a toy company. Coincidence that he winds up being Santa later on? We think not!
6. Scott starts to transform into Santa completely after putting on the suit, big belly and all. His boss ends up comparing him to the Pillsbury dough boy after the change.
7. Some of the elves in this movie are part of the E.L.F.S (Effective Liberating Flight Squad) team, and they’re pretty much the toughest elves in the North Pole. They make their appearance in the flick when Scott aka Santa needs rescuing from jail.
8. It’s true! The Santa Clause is actually a trilogy. There’s The Santa Clause, The Santa Clause 2 and The Santa Clause 3.
9. Charlie’s mom gets all nostalgic over the Mystery Date game and it’s the one thing that gets her to believe in Santa Claus again. Oh, and to stop hating ex-hubby Scott.
10. Tim Allen, the star of The Santa Clause, does the voice for Buzz Lightyear in all three Toy Story films.