Santa's Workshop is an animated short from 1932.
Santa reads off the list of good or bad boys and girls while the elves go about constructing the toys and making things ready for Santa's trip.
Most television prints remove Santa approving the dolls for shipping, because the last doll was a black caricature who says "Mammy!". The uncut version was used in the 1982 print of A Walt Disney Christmas, and on the Walt Disney Treasures: More Silly Symphonies DVD. The censored version, which does not feature the black doll, was used on the 1993 print of A Walt Disney Christmas, the Disney Animation Collection Volume 7: Mickey's Christmas Carol DVD, and on Disney+.
The Jewish stereotypes are also removed on occasion.
- The Walt Disney Christmas VHS of this cartoon uses the burlap opening and closing titles. The original opening and closing titles were resorted for the cartoon's DVD release of Walt Disney Treasures: More Silly Symphonies.
- The toys include various ethnic stereotypes, as well as one of famed film star Charlie Chaplain being chased by a cop. A Mickey Mouse toy is likewise seen in Santa's bag near the end.
- The Mickey Mouse Club, December 22, 1955
- The Mickey Mouse Club, December 21, 1956
- Walt Disney Presents, episode #5.12: "From All of Us to All of You"
- A Disney Channel Christmas
- Treasures from the Disney Vault, December 21, 2014
- A Walt Disney Christmas (VHS/Betamax/CED/Laserdisc)
- Walt Disney Animation Collection, Volume 7: Mickey's Christmas Carol (DVD)
- Walt Disney Treasures: More Silly Symphonies (DVD)