Frosty the Snowman
Release: December 07, 1969
Release: December 07, 1969

A discarded silk tophat 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.

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Professor Hinkle, Frosty: "Professor Hinkle: Now give me that hat, or else. Frosty: Or else, what? Professor Hinkle: Oh, don't bother me with details. Give me that hat! -Professor Hinkle, Frosty"
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Narrator: "Now, Professor Hinkle was just about the worst magician in the world. -Narrator"
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Professor Hinkle: "Bah! The only thing this hat is good for is the trashcan! -Professor Hinkle"
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Professor Hinkle: "Now I've got you! And the minute you're melted, that hat will be mine! -Professor Hinkle"
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Professor Hinkle and Frosty: "Professor Hinkle: Where is that rabbit? Hocus Pocus, where are you? The only thing good about this hat is garbage! Frosty: Happy Birthday! Professor Hinkle: But, if that hat's magic, then I want it back! -Professor Hinkle and Frosty"
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Professor Hinkle: "Voila, the eggs have turned into... messy, messy, messy! -Professor Hinkle"
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Narrator: "Now Frosty, bein' made out of snow, was the fastest belly-whopper in the world. -Narrator"
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Santa Claus: "Now you go home and write "I am very sorry for what I did to Frosty" a hundred zillion times. And then maybe - just maybe, mind you - you'll find something in your stocking tomorrow morning. -Santa Claus"
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Professor Hinkle: "We evil magicians have to make a living too. -Professor Hinkle"
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Frosty: "Happy birthday! -Frosty"
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Narrator: "Hocus-Pocus explained the situation to Santa, who as you know, speaks fluent rabbit. -Narrator"
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Traffic Cop: "Silly snowmen, once they come to life they don't know nothing. Come to life? -Traffic Cop"
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Professor Hinkle: "I must get that hat back! Think nasty, think nasty, think nasty! -Professor Hinkle"
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Kids: "Boy #1: What shall we call him? How about Harold? Boy #2: Bruce? Children: No. Girl #1: Christopher Columbus? Children: No. Boy #3: Oatmeal? Children: Oatmeal? -Kids"
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Frosty: "Because when the thermometer gets red, the temperature goes up, and when the temperature goes up, I start to melt, and when I melt, I get all wishy-washy. -Frosty"
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Frosty: "I can count to ten. One, two, three, four, five, nine, six, eight... Well, I can count to five. -Frosty"
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Professor Hinkle Santa Claus: "Professor Hinkle: That's my hat and I want it back. Santa Claus: DON'T YOU DARE TOUCH THAT!!! -Professor Hinkle Santa Claus"
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Traffic Cop Frosty: "Traffic Cop: Are you trying to get a ticket? Frosty: Yes. To the North Pole, please. -Traffic Cop Frosty"
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