Frosty the Snowman

Synopsis: A discarded silk top hat becomes the focus of a struggle between a washed-up stage magician and a group of schoolchildren after it magically brings a snowman to life. Realizing that newly-living Frosty will melt in spring unless he takes refuge in a colder climate, Frosty and a young girl who he befriends stow away on a freight train headed for the north pole. Little do they know that the magician is following them, and he wants his hat back. This animated short is based on the popular Christmas song of the same name.
Production: Artisan Entertainment
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25 min

I suppose it all started with the snow.

You see, it's a very special kind of snow.

A snow to make the happy

happier and the giddy even giddier.

A snow to make a homecoming homier

and natural enemies friends, naturally.

For it was the first

snow of the season.

And as any child can tell you, there's a

certain magic to the very first snow...

...zellikle Noel arifesinde yayorsa.

especially when it falls on

the day before Christmas.

For when the first snow

is also a Christmas snow,

well, something wonderful

is bound to happen![Laughing]

[Ruler tapping] Children, back to

your seats. The snow can wait.

Now, now. I've hired professor

Hinkle, the magician,

to entertain at today's class

Christmas party, so pay attention!

Now, Professor Hinkle was just

about the worst magician in the world.

And so, I put the magic eggs in to my hat.

Abracadabra, to coin a phrase... [Laugh]

And voila the eggs have turned in to...

Messy messy messy.

[Children groan]

Where IS that rabbit?

Hocus Pocus! Where are you?

Bah, the only thing this hat's

good for is the trash can!

[Children laugh]

[Bell rings][Children cheer]

[Hinkle grumbles]

Hey, look at the snow! It's cold and snowy!

It's the best kind of snow! [etc.]

We're building a snowman, Karen.

You make the head!

The head is the most difficult part,

ask anyone!

What will we call him?

Should we call him Harold? Nah.

[Mumbling]? Oh, No.

Oatmeal? Oatmeal?!

How about... Frosty?


Yeah! Frosty it is. Frosty the snowman!


[Frosty the snowman,

what a happy, jolly soul.

With a corn-cob pipe and a button

nose, and two eyes made out of coal.]

Frosty the snow -

Come back here, you!

Happy Birthday!

That hat brought Frosty to life.

It must be magic.

Magic? My hat, magic?

Just look.

If that hat is magic, I want it back.

But it's not yours anymore!

You threw it away!

Don't talk back to your elders,

you naughty naughty little girl.

And you, stay in there, or

there will be no carrots for Christmas.

But you can't take that hat back,

it brought Frosty to life

You saw it happen!

I saw nothing of the kind.

I saw nothing of the kind.


Quiet, I can't lose that hat

if it's really got magic now!

It'll make me a billionaire magician!

But we saw Frosty come to life,

didn't we? Uh-huh, we sure did.

You silly children believe

everything you see.

When you're grown up you'll realize

that snowmen can't come to life.

But we -

Silly, silly silly!

Aw, Frosty, we don't care what grown-ups

say, we know you DID come to life.

We know, Frosty. We just know.

#Frosty the snowman,

was a jolly, happy soul.

With a corn-cob pipe and a button

nose, and two eyes made out of coal.

# Frosty the snowman is

a fairy-tale they say.

He was made of snow but the children

know how he came to life one day.

Now, of course, the hat did belong to

Frosty and the children.

That part must be made very clear.

Therefore, Hocus Pocus was entirely in

the right in what he was about to do.

Well, Hocus Pocus raced back to the

children just as fast as he could.

[Hocus Pocus whistles]

Look! The hat's back. Let's see

if it will make Frosty alive again.

Happy Birthday!

Hey, I said my first words...

But snowmen can't talk.

Alright, come on now, what's the joke.

Could I really be alive?

I mean, I can make words, I can move.

I can juggle, I can

sweep, I can count to 10.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 6, 8...

Well, I can count to 5. [laughing]

What do you know? I'm even ticklish.

In fact, I'm all living. I am alive!

What a neat thing to happen

to a nice guy like me. [Children cheer]

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Romeo Muller

Romeo Earl Muller, Jr. (August 7, 1928 – December 30, 1992) was an American screenwriter and actor most remembered for his screenplays such as for the 1964 TV special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. more…

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