I actually just had some more thoughts about "The Santa Claus" movie with Tim Allen made in 1994.
I thought that writing the story to make it seem like every man could "Could Be" Santa Claus in an emergency was a really nice touch. So whether the person watching the movie sees this or not outright it is definitely a subliminal message. I found this a really wonderful way to "employ" all fathers and all men as "Men with enough Christmas Spirit" to attempt to be at the very least "a Stand-in for Santa Claus" in a pinch.
In this sense it empowers all men who want to be emissaries of the Christmas spirit to do it in a really useful way.
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