Today we have a moving image treat. Santa Claus' Punch and Judy from 1948. "Santa magically creates a Punch and Judy puppet show to the delight of children at a Christmas party." Politically incorrect? Absolutely, you bet!
More hilarity - notice the Achive.org keywords: Santa; puppet chaos; senseless violence
Christmas Countdown - Day 15
National Lampoon, 1970: This December 1970 cover of the National Lampoon is a classic, with fighter planes from an unidentified Asian Communist country (North Vietnam? North Korea?) shooting down poor Santa as they yell “Eat death, bloated lackey of the capitalist toy mongers!”
Six Million Dollar Man - Christmas Adventures (1978) Christmas-themed adventures, published by Peter Pan, appeared in 1978. These records were smaller than their non-holiday-themed counterparts, published in a 7" vinyl format.
The stories were a mixture of reasonably plausible espionage adventures that just happened to have a vaguely Christmas theme ("The Toymaker", "The Kris Kringle Kaper") and those that featured illogical interaction with mythical elements ("Christmas Lights", "Elves' Revolt"). However, they also served to confirm the usual, televised meaning of the acronym OSI as "Office of Scientific Intelligence". Some of the stories also — unusually for Peter Pan audio dramas — feature brief rearrangements of Oliver Nelson's Six Million Dollar Man Theme.