Okay, so for a long time I've had this memory of a sci-fi Christmas special that I believe aired in the 70's, I'm guessing '77 or after since that was the year of Star Wars. Unfortunately I don't remember too much of it, other than it was one of those live musical type things that stunk up the airways back then. My memories are very vague, but I think it had to do with a dad who worked a factory (toy?) who was spending more time working there than spending time with his family or kids. I don't know if the factory workers were robots, but I seem to remember one of the songs ending with a robotic sounding chorus of "Can't make time" (or something close) being repeated over and over. Of course dad learns true meaning of Christmas by the end, and it's not about mass produced materialism. For some reason I've always thought Michael Landon was the main character, but I can't find anything resembling this when I look at his work. Nor can I find anything on YouTube, despite every craptacular, bad joke spewing, live variety show Christmas special seemingly available there. Does any of this sound at all familiar to my fellow 70's kids? It's been driving me nuts for decades.