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A bullied young boy befriends a flying, talking moose that crashed through his ceiling after a test-flight with Santa went terribly awry in this holiday film for the whole family. But later, just as Mr. Moose and Beril strike up a friendship, the young boy's nefarious landlord Mr. Pannecke decides a mounted moose head would make a fine new addition to his trophy wall. But Santa has other plans for Mr. Moose, and when he turns up looking for his lost pal, Beril is faced with the prospect of losing his one and only friend.

  1. Ben Verbong


  2. Andreas Steinhöfel


Top Billed Cast

  1. Mario Adorf

    Mario Adorf


  2. Armin Rohde

    Armin Rohde

    Mr. Moose (voice)

  3. Anja Kling

    Anja Kling

    Kirsten Wagner

  4. Jürgen Tarrach

    Jürgen Tarrach

    Herr Pannecke

  5. Christine Neubauer

    Christine Neubauer


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A Christmoose Carol
A Christmoose Carol


Original Title Es ist ein Elch entsprungen

Status Released

Release Information

  • October 30, 2005


    No age restriction.

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 30m

Budget -

Revenue -



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