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🎅🏼 The REAL REEL Experience! 📽 Triple Feature: 0:05 | 2:50 | 5:20
PLEASE NOTE: You are watching an actual 16mm film projection with a reel that contains a triple feature of vintage Christmas animation. You'll hear a projector in the background, and the wonderful imperfections of actual film.

Frosty The Snowman (1953) Cartoon (0:05):
Frosty The Snowman was the first and original animated musical short released in 1954. A black and white film classic. Directed by Robert Cannon (Bob) and produced for Hill & Range Songs by UPA, a studio comprised of animation veterans with a new approach to cartoons, which focused on contemporary design and stylized movement Eventually come of their most famous cinematic creations were Mr. Magoo and Dick Tracy.

This was the very first animated take on the classic holiday tune "Frosty the Snowman," pre-dating the Rankin-Bass TV special of the same name by 15 years:

"Frosty the Snowman" is a popular song written by Walter "Jack" Rollins and Steve Nelson, and first recorded by Gene Autry and the Cass County Boys in 1950. It was written after the success of Autry's recording of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" the previous year; Rollins and Nelson shipped the new song to Autry, who recorded "Frosty" in search of another seasonal hit. Like "Rudolph", "Frosty" was subsequently adapted to other media including a popular television special. Song was originally "Frosty the Snow Man".

Frosty the Snowman,
was a jolly happy soul,
with a corncob pipe and a button nose,
and two eyes made of coal.

Frosty the Snowman,
is a fairytale, they say.
He was made of snow,
but the children know
how he came to life one day.

There must have been some magic in
that old silk they found,
for when they placed it on his head,
he began to dance around!

Oh, Frosty, the Snowman,
was alive as he could be;
and the children say
he could laugh and play,
just the same as you and me.

Frosty, clumsy as he can be
see him lopping along!
Off he goes on an icicle spree
with a happy song!

Suzy Snowflake (1951) Stop Motion Animation (2:50):

"Suzy Snowflake" is a popular Christmas song written by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett, made famous by Rosemary Clooney in 1951 and released as a 78 RPM record by Columbia Records, MJV-123. This cartoon-short is the historic Chicago Kids TV Christmas video, Suzy Snowflake, based upon the song was also made in 1951 by Centaur Productions where the stop-motion animation was created by Wah Ming Chang. It was shown during the Christmas season on WGN-TV in Chicago, along with "Hardrock, Coco and Joe".

Here comes Suzy Snowflake
Dressed in a snow white gown
Tap, tap, tappin' at your window pane
To tell you she's in town
Here comes Suzy Snowflake
Soon you will hear her say
"Come out ev'ryone and play with me
I haven't long to stay
If you want to make a snowman
I'll help you make one, two, three
If you wanna take a sleigh ride
The ride's on me."
Here comes Suzy Snowflake
Look at her tumblin' down
Bringing joy to every girl and boy
Suzy's come to town.

The Three Little Dwarfs (1951) Stop Motion Animation (5:20):

The Three Little Dwarfs (Hardrock, Coco and Joe) is a short stop motion animated cartoon. It is about three of Santa Claus' helpers who ride on Santa's sleigh each Christmas. The short has become an annual "Christmas Classic" on Chicago's WGN-TV and Johnstown, PA WJAC-TV since its introduction in the mid-1950s. The film is entirely in black-and-white.

Its full title is Hardrock, Coco and Joe - The Three Little Dwarfs. It was originally created by a company called Centaur Productions utilizing the stop-motion talents of artist Wah Ming Chang. Its running time is about 2 minutes and 45 seconds. (The Santa figure's facial features resemble Wah Chang.) This cartoon is traditionally broadcast with their two other short Christmas cartoons, "Suzy Snowflake" and "Frosty the Snowman".

According to the narrative song, Hardrock drives Santa's sleigh, and Coco navigates with maps. Santa "has no need for Joe/ but takes him 'cause he loves him so". (However, in the Bozo the Clown special "A Bozo Christmas," Coco states that Joe, who was unable to go with them that year due to illness, was in charge of crisis management.) Part of the charm of this primitively-made cartoon is that Joe, the smallest of the three, and very boyish-looking, has a deep bass voice.

Ole olady olady I oh
That's Hardrock, and Coco, and Joe

Now listen my children and you shall hear
A story fantastic, a story so "kwe-er" (flagged word!)
It's all about Santa and his helpers three
There's Hardrock, and Coco, and Joe

Now Hardrock's the driver up there by his sleigh
Coco reads maps and he shows him the way
Though old Santa really has no need for Joe
But takes him cause he loves him so
Frosty The Snowman, Suzy Snowflake, Hardrock, Coco and Joe

Title : Triple Feature | Frosty The Snowman | Suzy Snowflake | Hardrock, Coco and Joe
Owner : XmasFLIX
Duration : 8:06
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Published : Dec 15, 2017
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