Frosty's Winter Wonderland

US television program

Frosty's Winter Wonderland is a 1976 animated Christmas television special and a sequel to the 1969 special Frosty the Snowman produced by Rankin/Bass Productions and returns writer Romeo Muller. The special premiered on ABC on December 2, 1976.

Frosty the SnowmanEdit

  • I sure do miss all those boys and girls. I... I... I’ve been up here such a long time, I told them I'd be back again someday. But when will someday come? [a flier blows into his face, reads] "City a Winter Wonderland: First snow of season." Hey! Someday's today!
  • Oh we'll be back you'll see now come on there's no time for long faces.

Jack FrostEdit

  • Winter never has to end. With me around, this fun can go on forever!


Frosty the Snowman: [singing] Oh, what fun it is to ride in a 1-horse open sleigh...
Child: But Frosty, there are 2 horses.
Frosty: Oh. I can never count.

Child: Can you make a figure 8, Frosty?
Frosty: I can try. [goes out skating]
Chorus: [singing] Thumpity thump thump, thumpity thump thump.
Look at Frosty skate.
Thumpity thump thump, thumpity thump thump.
Making a figure... [Frosty ends up making a...]
Child #3: You were right, Frosty. You can't count.

Frosty: She's beautiful. Uh... what's her name?
Child: Um... Cleopatra?
Children: Nah.
Child: Emma Troop?
Children: Nah.
Child: Minnie Haha?
Children: Nah. [horses neigh] Nah.
Child: Corn Flakes?
Frosty and the Children: Corn Flakes?
Frosty: How about... Crystal?
Children: Yeah!


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