Frosty's Winter Wonderland

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  • TV-G
  • 1976
  • 25 min
  • 6.8  (3,612)

Frosty's Winter Wonderland is a charming Christmas story that was released in 1976. The animated film is a sequel to the iconic short film Frosty the Snowman, and it tells the magical story of Frosty the Snowman's return to the children's lives in the small town of Evergreen. The film features the talented voice acting of Andy Griffith, Shelley Winters, and Dennis Day.

The film opens with a group of children in Evergreen gearing up for the arrival of winter. They set out to build a snowman, fondly recalling their previous experience with Frosty the Snowman. It is not long before their snowman is complete, but something is missing. They remember that Frosty had a wife named Crystal, and they set out to build her too.

Meanwhile, Frosty and his wife Crystal are living in the North Pole, where they are ruler and queen of all the snow creatures. Frosty is feeling a little down because he misses the children of Evergreen. He is excited when he receives an invitation from the children to return to their hometown, and he and Crystal make the journey south to visit their old friends.

The town is transformed into a winter wonderland as Frosty and Crystal arrive, and the children are ecstatic to see them again. Frosty is happy to be back, but he starts to worry about what will happen when the winter ends and he has to leave.

As the days pass, Frosty gets to know the children better, and he learns that they have a lot of problems. They are being picked on by a mean kid named Jack Frost, who is jealous of Frosty's popularity. Jack is determined to ruin all the winter fun by bringing an early spring.

Determined to help his friends, Frosty comes up with a plan to stop Jack Frost. He, along with the children and his wife Crystal, make snowballs and pelt Jack Frost with them, forcing him to retreat. Jack Frost is angry, and he wants revenge. He comes up with his own plan to melt Frosty and ruin everyone's winter fun.

Frosty and Crystal realize what Jack is up to, and they manage to escape Jack's wrath by moving to an ice castle they have a friend build in the middle of a nearby lake. Jack Frost is furious that he can't get to them, but he won't give up. He comes up with an idea to heat up the lake so that Frosty and Crystal will melt. The children are terrified for their friends, and they try to come up with a way to save them.

In the end, the children come up with a clever plan to save Frosty and Crystal. They build a giant snow-making machine and use it to create a blizzard that thwarts Jack Frost's plans. Frosty and Crystal are saved and happy once again, and the winter fun can continue forever.

Frosty's Winter Wonderland is a heartwarming tale of friendship and determination that brings back memories of childhood. The film is full of catchy tunes, lovable characters, and a sweet message that is perfect for the holiday season. The animation is simple but effective, and the voice acting is top-notch. Andy Griffith, Shelley Winters, and Dennis Day all give great performances that will have you smiling from beginning to end.

Overall, Frosty's Winter Wonderland is a classic Christmas film that should be on every family's watchlist. It is a timeless story that will never lose its magic and will continue to enchant both children and adults for generations to come. The film captures the true spirit of the holidays and is sure to get you in the festive mood.

Frosty's Winter Wonderland is a 1976 animated movie with a runtime of 25 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.8.

Frosty's Winter Wonderland
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    25 min
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  • IMDB Rating
    6.8  (3,612)