Question about Frosty the Snowman

Incidentally, ever read Frank Frazetta’s Snowman comic? Bonkers stuff, and an impressive debut for a pop artist. In many respects, it feels like the precursor to Osamu Tezuka’s work–scrappy minimalisticly style hero set against an incongruously sinister and finely detailed antagonist. Too bad it didn’t go beyond one issue

No, the magician was performing for a last-day-of-school-before-Christmas-break classroom party. And bombing. That’s why he threw away the hat.

ok, well, like I said, its been a while since I last saw the show.

Well I found the Gene Autrey song and the lyrics and there is no “Happy Birthday” at all:

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Well I found the Gene Autrey song and the lyrics and there is no “Happy Birthday” at all:

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That’s because I’m talking about the TV special where he says “Happy birthday!” and not the song, where he doesn’t.

Frosty is just an ordinary snowman without the hat. It’s magic.

The scarf is just for looks. Or decency. Or whatever.

IIRC, in the written story, after Frosty melts, a kind policeman tells the children that next winter when they make another snowman and put the hat on it, Frosty will be back.

It’s spelled “niveous”.

Well done.