Jingle All the Way is a Christmas film directed by Brian Levant starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. It stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sinbad as two rival fathers, mattress salesman Howard Langston Schwarzenegger and postal worker Myron Larabee Sinbad, who are both desperate to buy a TurboMan action figure for their respective sons on a lastminute Christmas Eve shopping spree. The title of the film is taken from the lyrics of the popular Christmas song Jingle Bells. Randy Kornfield wrote the film, which was inspired by reallife Christmas toy sellouts for items such as Cabbage Patch Kids. Producer Chris Columbus rewrote the script, adding satirical elements about the commercialization of Christmas, and 20th Century Fox picked up the project.