The Santa Clause is a comedy Christmas movie that was made by Disney and was released on November 11, 1994. Due to the phone number being a real number for a real sex hotline the movie was eventually censored.

Censorship[edit | edit source]

International Censorship[edit | edit source]

Disney+[edit | edit source]

  • The scene that shows Scott's mom handing Scott a piece of paper with a phone number for Neal's mom was cut. (This edit exists on blu-rays/dvd's from 2012 onward. Disney+ uses that censored version.)
  • The scene that shows Scott looking at the paper was cut. (This edit exists on blu-rays/dvd's from 2012 onward. Disney+ uses that censored version.)
  • The scene where Scott says "1-800-SPANKME? I know that number?" was cut. (This edit exists on blu-rays/dvd's from 2012 onward. Disney+ uses that censored version.)
  • The scene where Scott's mom says "Merry Christmas to you." was cut. (This edit exists on blu-rays/dvd's from 2012 onward. Disney+ uses that censored version.)

Where to find it uncensored[edit | edit source]

Physical media from before 2012 is uncensored.

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