Frosty's Winter Wonderland

Frosty's Winter Wonderland
Winter has finally arrived in a small town and Frosty comes back to visit the children. It's happy times for everyone until Frosty starts to feel lonely when the children have to leave him at night. In order to cheer up their favorite snowman, the children decide to make Frosty a "snow wife" who he decides to name Crystal. Once she is brought to life by the bouquet of snow flowers that he makes for her, the two decide to get married. But their winter fun may come to a quick end when a jealous Jack Frost tries to put a damper on their wedding. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Frosty’s Winter Wonderland”.

• Near the beginning, when Crystal comes to life after Frosty gives her the snow flowers he has made for her, there is a far, overhead view of the two of them as they begin to head down the hill and she can be seen holding the snow flowers in her left hand. The scene cuts to a close-up of Frosty and Crystal and her left hand is empty.

• Frosty and Crystal walk down the lane toward a row of houses. The overhead view of the shows their clothes are gray with no color. When they stop walking and Frosty yells “Hey everybody”, his mouth doesn’t move. It cuts to a close-up of the two and their clothes are in color once again and Frosty is animated when he says “it’s time for that wedding”. The gray coloring happens again a few moments later when the kids and animals start to gather on the hillside while they're preparing for the wedding. They change to color in the close-up view.

• There are eight pedals on the flower on the front of Frosty’s hat. But, near the end when Parson Brown is trying to convince Jack Frost, Frosty and Crystal that winter needs to end in order for spring to come, Crystal says “Parson Brown is right…” and there are only six pedals on the flower.

“Frosty’s Winter Wonderland” (1976) features the voices of Jackie Vernon, Shelley Winters, Andy Griffith, Paul Frees and Dennis Day. It runs 25 minutes and is rated G.

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