|Written by||Steve Rollins, Steve Nelson|
|Publisher||Warner-Chappell Music Co.|
"Frosty the Snowman" is a perennial Christmas song about a snowman who, with the addition of a hat, springs to life to frolic with children, go thumpety-thump-thump, and defy traffic laws. It was adapted as a popular Rankin/Bass animated special, and in countless variations since.
- The motif of bringing a snowman to life through accessorization was repeated in A Muppet Family Christmas.
- In the Muppet Babies episode "The Transcontinental Whoo-Whoo," Frosty's brother Bosko the Snowman appears.
- In Elmo's Christmas Countdown, Stan the Snowball is impressed by the fact that Stiller the Elf not only narrates but actually appears in the story: "You're a big star, like the Grinch, or Frosty, or that round-headed kid who picked out that crummy tree!"