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Trust it or not, I found a copy of this thing. I just watched it. Wow. That's all I can say. I have to comment on it further actually that I've seen it again. This has got to be one of the worst films I've seen, and I've seen a lot of terrible ones. I've seen Herschell Gordon Lewis' "Jimmy the Man Wonder". I've seen "Nukie", "Indian Superman", "Devil Monster", "Return to Boggy creek", and many more. But "Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny" is really a wonder of bad, terrible cinema. I can't tell that enough. I can just see the producer saying everybody who questioned him during production, "But it's a KID's movie. It doesn't MATTER." Like that's an excuse for this sort of thing.As I told in my previous comment, I saw this in the theater when I was ten. I think it came out in the spring, which caused some confusion about the Ice Cream Bunny. I mean, is that supposed to be the Easter Bunny or what? And why is Santa Claus in it? I didn't understand then, and 30 years soon I still don't understand. Anyway, here's the story.A skinny dimestore Santa with a huge sweat stain on his butt is stuck in the sand on a Florida beach. That's a very surreal photo for a child from Minnesota who's used to seeing Santa in snow. His reindeer (shown in stock footage) got too hot and flew home without him. Santa falls asleep and sends a telepathic message to children living in a nearby housing development. The message stops time until they reply to it. They all come support him with their pet animals - a horse, a cow, a sheep, a pig, a donkey, and a guy in a gorilla suit. Gotta be a cute lax housing development to let those type of animals. Nothing works, so Santa tries to cheer the children up by saying them the storyline of Thumbelina. The terrible audience (us) doesn't just hear it; we see it, too. It's a film within a movie! When it rolls, we see the credits and everything. That's cute darn confusing to a child who thought the film already started twenty mins ago. Later we learn that it's also a film within a movie, so we're seeing a film within a film within a movie! AHH!!!Whew. The film within a film is narrated by a tinny loudspeaker at a cheap amusement park named Pirates World. When the speaker talks, we see a closeup of it. This happens method too many times to count. The young lady who plays Thumbelina is an perfect singer, and I can't support but like her. Problem is, her storyline goes on forever and ever and ever. The sets look like something from a high school play. They create Santa on the beach look cute good!Then just when you think the film has turned into Thumbelina and you've given up all hope of seeing Santa again, it ends. It even tells "The End" on the screen. So you're getting up ready to run out of the theater and there's Santa on the beach again! After an hour plus of this business we finally receive to see the Ice Cream Bunny. He's driving an antique fire engine through the woods to the beach. He's so close now. Please hurry, Mr. Bunny. Save Santa and end the film NOW! No, wait - actually he's taking a long shortcut through Pirates World! HOW'D THAT HAPPEN???OK, actually he's back on the beach. It still takes few mins to cross those last several hundred feet. Turns out he and Santa are old friends. He gives Santa a ride on his truck, and when you're wondering why they left the sleigh behind it blinks out of sight and magically returns to the North Pole. The children mission at the sky as if they can see it flying. The end.Wow. Did I mention the really terrible singing in the Santa part of the movie? Did I mention the unlimited kazoos, and the talk-singing into the kazoos? I watched much of this standing up, pacing.If you're brave - if you're really brave - there's other copy for sale on half.com. I haven't seen it on ebay or in Amazon Z Shops, and I've been looking for a while. Here's your chance.My head hurts. Me go now.
Terrible doesn't start to explain this movie, And I test this term film loosely.My dad took my brother and I to see it at the theater when it opened in Houston, Texas in 1972. Apparently my Dad, brother and I are the last living humans that now saw it, because there are no comments or voting as of this posting.It's now a really terrible film within other really terrible movie. Come on, Santa Clause on the beach? It's a running joke in my family over the past 20 years that when we see a terrible film we everytime tell 'yeah, but it's no Santa Clause and the Ice Cream Bunny' No joke. Of course having told this, I an currently trying to buy this sorry excuse for entertainment. Go figure.
I had heard a lot about this film before. I heard more about this film than anyone deserves to hear. Still, I had no concept what I was in for when I finally got to see Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny. (Sitting here, I realize it's difficult to articulate my real reaction to this movie). Obviously, from the comments above, it's an terrible movie. Yet it has a strange draw. Like a really, really terrible vehicle accident, you can't quite turn away. And just when you think it can't receive any worse, the Ice Cream Bunny now reaches up to keep the head of his costume on while nodding vigorously at Santa's ramblings. Sad thing is, that's just a SMALL trouble with this movie. My mate loves this movie. He now recites the lines along with Santa and the gang. When I first left my initial viewing, I thought about calling the cops on him...but the more I think about it, there is a strange appeal to SICB. If you have any appreciation of the absurd and surreal then you really gotta see this movie. (Assuming you head doesn't burst during one of the musical numbers.)
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