Tukiki and His Search for a Merry Christmas

Runtime : 30 mins

Genre : Animation TV Movie

Plot : Tukiki is a small Eskimo boy who sets out to discover the meaning of Christmas along with a magical character known as North Wind. He visits different places and learns about their customs of Christmas which brings about a turn of events when he arrives home.

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