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Rapsittie Street Kids: Believe in Santa

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Rapsittie Street Kids: Believe in Santa
GenreChristmas special
Directed byColin Slater
Voices ofWalter Emanuel Jones
Jack Angel
Jodi Benson
Nancy Cartwright
Grey DeLisle
Eddie Driscoll
Sarina C. Grant
Mark Hamill
J.R. Horsting
Clint Howard
Robert Machray
Andi Matheny
Paige O'Hara
Sherry Weston
Debra Wilson
April Winchell
Composer(s)Kevin Saunders Hayes
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Executive producer(s)Christopher Rose
James DeLuca
Producer(s)J.R. Horsting
Colin Slater
Nancy Cartwright
Running time40 minutes
Production company(s)J.Rose Productions
Wolf Tracer Studios
DistributorPromark Television
Original networkThe WB
Original releaseNovember 25, 2002 (2002-11-25)
External links
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Rapsittie Street Kids: Believe in Santa is a musical 2002 CGI Christmas special from Wolf Tracer Studios Inc. and J Rose Productions that aired on The WB on November 25, 2002.[1][2]


Believe in Santa was to be the start of a franchise introducing a group of children known as the "Rapsittie Street Kids." During the special, Nicole, a spoiled and cynical girl, receives a teddy bear as a gift from her classmate Ricky. Nicole sees no value in the bear and trashes it until she learns the sentiments behind the gift and the "true meaning of Christmas." Nicole and her friends attempt to hunt down the teddy bear before it's too late.




The special was met with overwhelmingly negative criticism regarding its storyline and poor graphics and animation. Many viewers took to the internet to express their disbelief that the special had aired with that quality of computer graphics.[3] Believe in Santa featured several high-profile voice actors including Mark Hamill, Nancy Cartwright and Paige O'Hara.


The daughter of one of the creators has stated that Wolf Tracer, the company that animated the film, provided concept art of significantly better quality than the final product. Her father trusted the animators and in fact, never checked in on their work. His first time seeing the animation was on the night the movie premiered. He had spent around $500,000 USD on production.[4]

The project was known as The Bash Street Kids, and the name may have been changed to Rapsittie to avoid confusion with The Beano's "Bash Street Kids" comic strip.


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