Sam the snowman tells us the story of a young red-nosed reindeer who, after being ousted from the reindeer games because of his beaming honker, teams up with Hermey, an elf who wants to be a dentist, and Yukon Cornelius, the prospector. They run into the Abominable Snowman and find a whole island of misfit toys. Rudolph vows to see if he can get Santa to help the toys, and he goes back to the North Pole on Christmas Eve. But Santa's sleigh is fogged in. But when Santa looks over Rudolph, he gets a very bright idea... Written by
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Did You Know?
The song "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" was a seasonal standard long before it was used in the film. It was written in 1939 & its popularity skyrocketed in 1947, by Gene Autry
's recording. See more
When Hermey is making "Oink" sounds to get the abominable snowman outside the cave, it appears at one point that he doesn't have a mouth. See more
Narrator: Sam the Snowman
If I live to be 100, I'll never forget that big snow storm a couple of years ago. The weather closed in and, well you might not believe it, but the world almost missed Christmas. Oh, excuse me, call me Sam. What's the matter? Haven't you ever seen a talking snowman before?
In the ending credits, you can hear a whooshing noise. This is from the original 1964 ending credits before the misfit toys were picked up. The whooshing is from the elf throwing presents out of the sack with the credits written on the boxes! See more
There's Always Tomorrow
Written by Johnny Marks
Performed by Janis Orenstein See more