Frosty the Snowman (1969)
In a school on Christmas Eve, a teacher hires Professor Hinkle, an inept magician, to entertain her class for their Christmas party. After fumbling a trick, he throws his hat away in disgust. It then bounces off the trash can and releases his white rabbit, Hocus Pocus, who wears the hat and humiliates Hinkle, much to the otherwise bored and impatient children's amusement. Class is dismissed and the children go to play in the snow where they build a snowman. After suggesting several names, a girl named Karen christens him "Frosty." Hocus comes out of the school with the hat, which is then caught in a gust of wind until Karen grabs it and puts on Frosty's head, causing him to magically come to life. When Hinkle sees this, he takes the hat back, turning the snowman back to his previous inanimate form. Hinkle refuses to give the hat back, planning to use the hat's magic to become rich.
Hocus brings the hat back to the children, who bring Frosty back to life. While celebrating with the children, Frosty feels the temperature rising and worries he'll melt. The children suggest putting him on the next train to the north pole, where he will never melt, and they parade through town on the way to the train station. This shocks several townspeople, including a traffic cop who accidentally swallows his whistle. Because they have no money for tickets, Hocus, Frosty, and Karen sneak aboard a refrigerated boxcar on a northbound train. Hinkle clings to the undercarriage of the caboose of the same train, scheming to recover the hat.
As the train continues northward, Frosty notices Karen getting colder and realizes that she has to get out as soon as possible. When the freight train stops to let a passenger train full of Christmas travelers pass, they disembark in search of somewhere to warm Karen, with Hinkle following in pursuit. By nightfall, Frosty, Karen, and Hocus struggle through the woods. Hocus convinces a group of animals to build a campfire for Karen. Fearing that Karen still cannot survive for long in the cold weather, Frosty asks Hocus who might be able to help them. Hocus suggests the United States Marines and President of the United States before they agree upon looking for Santa Claus. Hocus goes off in search of Santa. Soon after, Hinkle catches up to Frosty and Karen, extinguishes the fire, and forcefully tries to steal Frosty's hat. Frosty and Karen flee with Karen riding on Frosty's back as he belly-whops down the hill.
At the bottom of the slope, Karen and Frosty discover a greenhouse filled with Christmas poinsettias. Despite Karen's objections, Frosty steps inside the warm greenhouse with her, suggesting that he could afford to lose a little weight while she warms up. When Hinkle arrives, he locks the door trapping Frosty and Karen inside. Meanwhile, Hocus leads Santa to the greenhouse, only to find a heartbroken Karen crying over a melted Frosty. Santa explains that Frosty cannot permanently die because he is made of Christmas snow, meaning Frosty will always come back every winter. He then opens the greenhouse door, and with a gust of wind, Frosty rematerializes, lifeless. Just as they are about to put Frosty's hat back on, Hinkle arrives and demands its return. Santa threatens never to give him any Christmas presents for the rest of his life if he ever touches the hat again, then tells him to go home and write his apologies so that he might get a new hat on Christmas morning. Santa then brings Frosty back to life and Karen, Hocus, and Frosty celebrate. Later, Santa takes Karen home and Frosty to the north pole, with Santa and Frosty promising to return on Christmas Day. The ending shows Santa making good on his promise as Frosty parades through town again with Karen and her classmates, but this time joined by a reformed Hinkle with a new hat (indicating Santa kept his promise), the traffic cop, Hocus, the Narrator, and several townspeople. At the end, Frosty boards Santa's sleigh to be taken back north, and as Karen, Hinkle, and everyone else see Santa and Frosty off, Frosty calls out that he'll be back on Christmas Day.
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