Frosty the Snowman goes where he is needed most, and the town of Evergreen sure needs a visit. Mr. Tinkerton, the mayor, runs a tight ship, and there's no room for talk of magic or any ...
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Frosty the Snowman goes where he is needed most, and the town of Evergreen sure needs a visit. Mr. Tinkerton, the mayor, runs a tight ship, and there's no room for talk of magic or any other such nonsense. But, when Frosty the Snowman blows through town, he shows the town's children that magic is real. Tickerton's sons, Charlie and Tommy, along with their friends Sarah and Walter, want to spread the word about Frosty's fun-loving, magical antics but meets resistance from Evergreen Elementary's dastardly principal Hank Pankley. In the end, good wins out, and all the citizens of Evergreen happily learn that magic is real and fun is for everyone! Written by
Legend of Frosty the Snowman is an absolutely fabulous cinematic full-length feature cartoon. I was especially impressed with the main plot and the weaving of multiple sub-plots. The endearing characters made me both laugh and cry. Frosty, for instance, despite his literally cold presence, was a warm chum for Walter. Walter, although a bit advanced for his purported age, provided many heart-rending lines that made pivotal scenes of the movie very endearing. Simply put, I was awestruck with the high quality of script. This movie should be in every child and adult stocking this Christmas. This is sure to become a classic holiday feature.
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