|No Crawme Steals Christmas|
|The sheriff confronts a disguised No Crawme, who is attempting to steal Christmas presents|
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|Released||December 29, 2013|
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No Crawme Steals Christmas is a 2013 comedic musical brickfilm by Sean Warton, with music and vocals by Andy Stein. It is a sequel to No Crawme's Sing Along THAC, and follows the sheriff dreaming about foiling the criminal No Crawme's Christmas heist. Sean Carroll once again reprises his role as the sheriff from the cult brickfilm The Superhero. The film was created for the Twenty-four Hour Animation Contest 11, and won third place.
In the police station, the sheriff is asleep at his desk, and begins to dream. He dreams about the criminal No Crawme being on a rooftop while Santa is leaving in the distance. No Crawme hops down the chimney and is about to steal newly delivered Christmas presents, when a boy arrives. The boy asks No Crawme if he is Santa, and No Crawme claims that he is. The sheriff bursts through the door and confronts No Crawme over his impersonation and attempted theft. No Crawme attempts to convince the boy that he really is Santa, but the sheriff takes No Crawme away in handcuffs.
In the station, the sheriff continues to sleep in his office, which has now become much more bare. No Crawme appears in the window and laughs as he makes off with the items from the office.
- Andy Stein as No Crawme, Tommy
- Sean Carroll as Sheriff
- Sean Warton - Animator, Editor
- Andy Stein - Composer