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Suzy Snowflake (1951)

 |  Animation, Short, Family  |  1951 (USA)
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Suzy Snowflake
Written by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett
Sung by The Norman Luboff Choir
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Suzy Snowflake is another classic holiday stop-motion animated short
13 December 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Like a previous song "Hardrock, Coco, and Joe", "Suzy Snowflake" was made into a stop-motion animated short by Centaur Productions. As with the previous one, the choir sings with no musical accompaniment. They are the Norman Luboff Choir with Norma Zimmer singing lead. She would eventually be a "Champagne Lady" for Lawrence Welk. This was a pretty amusing short about the title character who makes snowmen. Loved the scene of a human innocent bystander accidentally becoming one. As with the above and a couple of UPA shorts, Frosty the Snowman and Peter Cottontail, they were all licensed by the song publishing company Hill and Range and were staples of kids' Chicago TV for years. As with the others, this one is definitely worth a look.


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