Printable Christmas Coloring Pages Snowman Frosty
Frosty the Snowman is a fictional character who is originally from a hit Christmas song written by Jack Rollins and Steve Nelson in 1950. The story is basically about a snowman who can talk and walk because a bunch of kids gives a magical silk head. The short cartoon was released in 1945 by United Productions of America for a jazzy version of the song. Jimmy Durante was the narrator for the short cartoon version. He was a jazz pianist, singer, and comedian. And the voice actors were June Foray and Paul Frees.
Although Frosty the Snowman is an old animation picture, we can still have the copy and make a drawing out of it. There are a lot of archives about Frosty the Snowman, including the Christmas coloring pages on the internet. From his only picture with his magical hat, with a broom, and with the children. Since it is Christmas, you will also find the template of Santa Claus riding the sleigh. As one of the oldest cartoons in the world, you can also get Frosty the Snowman Christmas coloring pages in a thrift store or ask your grandparents, you wouldn't know what they keep in the attic.
Having a family movie night on Christmas must be fun. Here are the list of the most-watched Christmas cartoon of all time; first, there is A Charlie Brown Christmas, which is based from Peanuts, How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss, Rudolph the Red-Nose Reindeer, a stop motion by Arthur Rankin Jr. and Jules Bass, Frosty the Snowman, The Year Without a Santa Claus, The Little Drummer Boy, Christmas with the Simpsons, Olive, the Other Reindeer, It's a Spongebob Christmas, the first stop motion by Nickelodeon, and Christmas Time in South Park, the special episode from South Park.
Waltzing Couple is the first moving images, but not animation. In 1893, the photographer of Waltzing Couple, Eadweard J. Muybridge used phenakistoscope, which later he studied the visual of animation. J. Stuart Blackton created the first animation in America. He produced The Enchanted Drawing in 1900 behind his American Vitagraph Company. A French filmmaker, Georges Méliès is the first who use special effects. It is shown in The Prolific Egg in 1902. Another French Cartoonist, Cohl, created the first-ever animated movie, Fantasmagorie in 1908. Finally, in 1911, Winsor McCay created a 2-minute animation entitled Little Nemo.