The 8 Best Christmas Sidekicks: It's Their Time To Shine! Vote For Your Favorite!
Check out our countdown of these overlooked heroes who all helped save the day but never got the credit they deserved!
8. Paws in The Search For Santa Paws.
When Santa gets amnesia and forgets who his is, Christmas is in serious jeopardy. Luckily, his trusty canine companion is determined to make things right!
7. Sven the reindeer in Frozen.
Kristoff's noble steed faces all kinds of dangers, including ice monsters, packs of wild wolves and blizzards. And he never asks for any kind of reward, except the occasional carrot!
6. Zero in Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas.
Where would Jack be without his lovable ghost dog? Even being dead doesn't stop Zero from loyally following Jack wherever he goes!
5. Mrs. Claus in The Year Without a Santa Claus.
When her husband is too ill to do his Christmas duties, Mrs. Claus has to take matters into her own hands. But it's Santa who always get the fame and glory at Christmas!
4. Arthur in 'Twas the Night Before Christmas.
Arthur saves Christmas by fixing the clock at the last moment, which prevents Santa from missing their town! But, of course, the townspeople will never know that a tiny mouse was a total hero!
3. Eliot Loudermilk in Scrooged.
Eliot spends most of the movie having the worst Christmas ever and goes completely off the rails! But at the very end he helps Frank take over the studio and teach everyone the true meaning of Christmas.
2. Bryony in Arthur Christmas.
Byrony is a totally underappreciated hero! She won't let any child go without a perfectly wrapped present on Christmas; and if that means she has to wrap a whole bicycle with just three bits of sticky tape, she's willing and able to do it!
1. Bernard the Elf in The Santa Clause.
Bernard is Santa's head elf and is in charge of organizing ALL of the Christmas preparations. He is a bit serious and grumpy, but that's no surprise considering he does all of the hard work!
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