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Clash of the Santas.bin
Clash of the Santas.cue
[color=red]Chapters:[/color] Every 5 minutes
[color=red]Number of CDs:[/color]1
[color=red]Please Note:[/color]How to watch a KVCD:
If you wish to view on your PC then use a media player called VLC
which supports Cue and Bin format movies, but be warned, this and
Windows Media Player have been known to show incorrect movie runtimes
i.e. 37 minutes when the movie is actually 2 hours long, also the
quality varies conciderbly watching on a PC. You can download the VLC
media player from www.videolan.org but it's NOT recommended to view
KVCD's on your PC as they're specifically encoded to be burned to a CD-R
disc and viewed on your standalone DVD Player and TV.
If you wanted to watch on your PC then you've downloaded the wrong release,
you want a DIVX or XVID version. If you are still planning on watching your
KVCD on your PC then please don't moan about quality as you have been warned.
If you don't have Nero then download either of the below both are free, you will then be
able to burn your .cue .bin file to a CD-R.
Clash of the Santas (2008)
Following the soar-away success of Christmas Lights, Northern Lights and City Lights, ITV reunites Robson Green and
Mark Benton in Clash of the Santas, a rip-roaring rollicking Christmas special for 2008.
Nicola Stephenson returns as Colin’s understanding wife Jackie, who is at home desperately willing Colin to make it
back in time for Christmas Day with his children. Sian Reeves also revives her role as Pauline, Howie’s estranged wife,
who is planning a French Christmas and turkey fricassee with new beau Jean Luc and Victoria.
Bah humbug Howie has unexpectedly been asked to represent England in the annual Santa competition, much to the chagrin
of Colin (Robson Green) who thinks his dedication to Christmas and Santa appearances at the school fair make him by far
the better candidate.
Despite his protestations, Christmas cynic Howie remains the firm choice and fervent believer Colin has to settle for
accompanying him as his cheerleading elf. Little does he know that all the other elves are girls and his elf skirt will
leave nothing to the imagination.
The essence of the story, in true Christmas style, is about the power of believing in Santa Claus. Will Howie become a
true believer? Will Colin fulfil his Christmas destiny? And will they make it back to their families in time for Christmas