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The song became a standard in [[1948]] when it was recorded by American singer Gene Autry. It subsequently inspired many aspects of the [[Santa Claus]] legend. In ''[[Doctor Who]]'', the same recording of the song was used for ''Turn Left'' and ''The Christmas Invasion'', but the performers were not credited.
 
The song became a standard in [[1948]] when it was recorded by American singer Gene Autry. It subsequently inspired many aspects of the [[Santa Claus]] legend. In ''[[Doctor Who]]'', the same recording of the song was used for ''Turn Left'' and ''The Christmas Invasion'', but the performers were not credited.
 
 
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Revision as of 21:19, November 27, 2012

"Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" was a popular Christmas song on the planet Earth. A rock and roll version of the song was heard on the radio in the early 21st centuries of both the standard timeline and one created by Donna Noble. (TV: The Christmas Invasion, Turn Left)

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The song became a standard in 1948 when it was recorded by American singer Gene Autry. It subsequently inspired many aspects of the Santa Claus legend. In Doctor Who, the same recording of the song was used for Turn Left and The Christmas Invasion, but the performers were not credited.

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