FANDOM


Construction This page is under construction.
Please excuse its informal appearance while it is being worked on, as formatting may be changed over time. We hope to have this page completed as soon as possible!

[[Image:|258px]]
Frosty
Background information
Feature films Frosty the Snowman
The Legend of Frosty the Snowman
Shrek (2014 re-release; cameo)
Frosty the Snowman 2
Dreamtoons: Frosty the Snowman
Television programs Frosty Returns (special)
Video games Frosty and Rudolph's Christmas Games
Books and Comics
Park attractions TBD
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Animators
Voice Jackie Vernon

John Goodman

Bill Faggerbakke

TBD

Performance model
Designer
Inspiration Frosty the Snowman from the 1950 song of the same name
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name Frosty the Snowman
Other names
Personality Friendly, good-nature, playful, curious, brave, clever, rolly-polly, optimistic, anxious, worrisome, quick-thinker, whimsical, TBD
Appearance TBD
Birthday Every time whenever he'd came to life by a magic hat
Occupation A snowman
Alignment Good
Affiliations
Goal To reach to the North Pole
Home The town (formerly)

North Pole

Relatives
Pets
Allies Karen, the school kids, Hocus Pocue, Santa Claus, King and Queen Mouse, mice, TBD
Minions Hocus Pocus
Enemies Professor Hinkle (formerly), Majasty Meow, cat minions, the monkey
Likes Being alive, playing, dancing, Karen, the kids, Hocus Pocus, forest friends, parade, cold weather, winter, snow, fun, his hat, Santa Claus, Christmas, helping Karen in any cases, his hat
Dislikes Losing his hat, getting back to normal, melting, warmth, hot weather, Karen in injury and danger, Majasty Meow, cat army, Professor Hinkle (formerly), never have his change to get to the North Pole, monkey, threats
Powers and abilities
Weapons
Fate Being sent to the North Pole by Santa Claus
Quote "Happy Birthday!"

"I'll be back on Christmas Day!"


Frosty is the title character of the beloved Christmas song "Frosty the Snowman", and a featured character in multiple Christmas stories, most notably a DreamWorks and Rankin/Bass's 1969 film and few of Rankin/Bass specials.

Appearances

The Rankin/Bass version

DreamWorks and Rankin/Bass 1969 film

At the beginning of the original 1969 animated film, Frosty is built by Karen and her friends right after school has closed for Christmas vacation. The wind blows the hat of Professor Hinkle onto Frosty's head, and suddenly the snowman comes to life, saying his cheerful catch phrase, "Happy birthday!" Frosty is good-natured and playful, but also somewhat naive due to his relative youth (having just been "born"). He is unable to count above five and is the world's fastest belly-whopper.

Frosty has two physical weaknesses: the tendency to melt in warm weather, and the hat, without which he becomes another inanimate snowman. (However, when Frosty gets startled by the Traffic Cop and later by the ticket man, his hat briefly jumps off of his head. Also, in Frosty's Winter Wonderland, he is shown lifting his hat off of his head twice.) Karen and her friends offer to help Frosty get to the one place where he could never melt - the North Pole. However, Professor Hinkle chases after Frosty and Karen, trying to steal his hat back, and eventually traps them in a greenhouse full of Christmas poinsettias when Frosty takes Karen inside to warm up due to how cold she had gotten. Fortunately, Santa Claus manages to revive the melted Frosty by letting in a December wind and afterwards takes him to the North Pole.

Rankin/Bass TV specials

Frosty promised to be back again someday, and in Frosty's Winter Wonderland, he fulfills his promise. The character's design is only slightly altered from his original appearance, primarily the addition of a scarf. As much as he enjoys playing with the kids, Frosty becomes lonely when they have to return to their homes. To remedy this, the kids construct a snow-woman, who Frosty names Crystal. She comes to life when Frosty presents her with a bouquet of flowers, a gift of love. Despite the interference of Jack Frost, who attempts to steal Frosty's hat out of jealousy, the couple are wed by a snow parson (and Jack is mollified when asked to serve as best man).

Frosty later appeared in stop-motion animation in the movie Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July. By now, he and Crystal have two snow children, Chilly and Milly (the means by which snow people procreate is ignored; possibly, they simply built their own children out of snow). In this production, Frosty is best friends with Rudolph, who serves as adoptive uncle to the children. Frosty and his family accompany Rudolph to Lilly Loraine's Circus by the Sea in Florida, protected by magic amulets provided by the evil Winterbolt, so they can help Rudolph's friend, Milton the Ice Cream Man, with saving his girlfriend's mother's circus from foreclosure.

The pair generally enjoy their time performing with the circus, in spite of Frosty's worries that they may not make it back to the North Pole by the time the amulets wear off. But when Rudolph is tricked by Scratcher into giving the circus's money to Sam Spangles and his nose's light goes out as a result, Frosty comes to his friend's aide, offering to sacrifice his life in exchange for helping Rudolph and protecting his family by giving up his magic hat to Winterbolt. The evil wizard betrays him, but Rudolph is able to retrieve the hat, along with the circus money. To celebrate, Frosty and Rudolph sing a variation of "We're a Couple of Misfits" (from the original Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer special). Frosty and his family eventually do melt after Winterbolt is destroyed, but they are brought back to life by Jack Frost, and they return to the North Pole with Santa.

Appearances in other Christmas media

The Legend of Frosty the Snowman features Bill Fagerbakke as the voice the Rankin/Bass version of Frosty. (Coincidentally, Bill Fagerbakke had previously voiced a parody of Frosty, played by Patrick Star, in the Merry Nickmas short "Patrick the Snowman".)

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.