hey, frosty! hey, rudolph! what a greatjune day! positively balmy. only 10 below. rudolph, can the kids watchyour jumping practice? sure. [whistles] millie, chilly.
ok, daddy. here we come. would you light upyour nose for us, uncle rudolph? just once. please? ok. just once. uh, rudolph. what's the matterwith your nose? i--i don't know.
it's--it's--it's going out. yes, sir.believe it or not, rudolph's nose went out, and all because ofsomething that started years and years ago, and i mean years. long before i cameto the north pole, all this territorywas ruled over by... a powerful magic kingof the north pole named...
winterbolt. [roaring] and this terribletyrant's powers came froma scepter of solid ice. all the good creatures who dared defyhis wickedness were destroyed or driven away fromtheir northland homes. old winterbolt's tyrannylasted for ages.
but one day... ohh! who's... there came a being whowas more than his match. lady boreal, the queenof the northern lights, who took on human formin order to defy winterbolt and defendthe oppressed and innocent. king winterbolt, for years, i have seenyour malevolent cruelty,
and now i take human formto command thee: stop this tyrannyat once! you've caused enoughpain and unhappiness. you don't frighten me. be gone. you had your chance,cruel monarch of the north, and now i must silence you. forever? alas, nothing is forever.
but you will fallinto a deep, deep sleep, and so you shall remain so long as my magicburns bright. unh! uhh! argh! too powerful for me. your force...overwhelms...me. santa: and he fellinto a profound sleep
of many, many winters. [snores] and eventually, winterbolt and all his evilwere forgotten. the good and gentle creaturesreturned to the north. first, the animals... and then the little ones-- the kringle elves. and i suppose it waslady boreal's good grace
which led me and my young brideto these northlands. the perfect place for meto build my toy factory and carry outmy life's mission far away fromall who would stop me. santa: the passing yearswere good to all of us, but lady boreal'smonumental efforts had drained herof most of her magic and all of her strength. she knew her days as a humanwere numbered.
but in santa, the northlandshave a kind and true leader, and i may rest with ease. santa: and she became again the magic glowof the aurora borealis. ahh. i am awake. i live again! ha ha ha. winterbolt lives!
i can't wait to see what's been going onwhile i've been resting. ha ha ha ha ha! ho ho ho ho. who is this, my magiceye of snow shows? he looks to be a king. but there can beno king of the north, save me. i must ridmy northlands
of this ho-ho-hoingcreature and his flock ofchristmas interlopers. but how? tell me, o genieof the ice scepter. his power comes fromthe love he receives from childrenall over the world. is he as powerful as me? at the moment,far more powerful. then i shall makethe world's children
love me instead of him. tell me, how does heplease these children? each christmas eve,he sets forth in his sleigh and leaves every childa toy before dawn. ha ha ha ha ha. is that all? genie, tell mehow i might stop him from going forth. next christmas eve,
have the snow dragons create a stormof ice and fog the likes of whichthe north has never seen. santa will becomehopelessly lost, and the toys willnever be delivered. bravo! excellent! then i shall set forth with my own supply of toysin my own sleigh. ha ha ha ha.
why, i could begreater than santa! i'd give the little bratstwice as many toys, and they would love me more. they'd become lazy and dependent on me, and i would rule them all! and when they grew up, why, the whole world wouldbe my own personal snowball! how little winterbolt knows of the waysof santa and children.
there's more thanjust giving toys. there is kindness and the loving warmth of a familyon christmas morn. these things cannot die. i will not let them. ahh. but i amso old and weak. ice and fog on christmas eveto hinder santa's sleigh. i must leave himsomething... small, i fear,to guide him on his way.
[faint whimpering] santa: and a little laterthat day, a tiny reindeer was born. have no fear,my little one, soon your fatherwill be home. ahh. and i must restfor the moment. little one... i have so little magicleft to leave thee. use it wisely and well.
on this small hoof,a magic mark i make-- the christmas starcradled by a snowflake. and with this secret mark, the magic of the northern lightslives in thee. how, you ask? think good thoughts,and you will see. oh! will the magic last forever,you wonder? nothing is forever,
as i have often said, but this magic is strong, and your nose will glow so long asyou use it for good. if you are tempted,even once, to use itfor an evil purpose, it will beextinguished forever. do you understand? uh-huh.
and will you neveruse it for evil? uh-uh. [chuckles] and now i leave you,little babe, to your mother's love. use your secret magic well. oh! what was that? was someone here? uh-uh--uh-huh.
oh. can't you make upyour mind, my little one? hey! where's my boy? here, my darling. flew 300 milesin only 15 leaps when i heardthe news and... ahh, will youjust look at him? ha ha. my little buck. we'll name him... rudolph!
â™ª rudolph the red-nosedreindeer â™ª â™ª had a very shiny nose â™ª â™ª and if you ever saw it â™ª â™ª you would evensay it glows â™ª â™ª all ofthe other reindeer â™ª â™ª used to laughand call him names â™ª â™ª they never letpoor rudolph â™ª â™ª join inany reindeer games â™ª â™ª then one foggychristmas eve â™ª
â™ª santa came to say â™ª â™ª rudolph,with your nose so bright â™ª â™ª won't you guidemy sleigh tonight? â™ª â™ª then how the reindeerloved him â™ª â™ª as they shouted outwith glee â™ª â™ª you'll go downin history â™ª [jingling] wild snow,what's this you show? a red-nosed reindeer?
so that's how santadefeated my snow dragons. heh heh heh heh heh. it will be a different storynext christmas eve. a red-nosed reindeeris no match for king winterbolt! hey, it's really going out. what's happening,uncle rudolph? what's wrongwith your nose? dimmer... darker, darker, dimmer.
rudolph's magicshall not glimmer. dark and dim. dim and dark. now extinguish magic spark! r-r-r-rudolph... it's all over,frosty. my nose is... going. i feel...
awful. [moans] aw, rudolph, your nosejust can't go out. santa depends on it. yeah, but... there's little kidsall over the world who'd never getany christmas presents if you didn'tlight the way. you're right, frosty.
i can't lose my nose. unless...unless... what are you tryin' to say? can't remember exactly. something a pretty ladyonce whispered to me. i...i dunno. but my nosejust can't go out! don't worry. [straining]
yay! i'm ok now! good old uncle rudolph! it's impossible that his poweris greater than mine! there must be a reason. he has the wonderof the aurora borealis within him, a power far greaterthan thine. so long as he usesthe nose for good,
it can never go out. then i shall see thathe uses it for evil. not in these northern lands,oh master. the memoryof lady boreal still glows here and protects him. he must be madeto leave the north pole. he sets forthbut once a year-- christmas eve.
i cannot wait! there must be a wayto make him leave now! help me, o genieof the ice scepter. look into thinemagic eye of snow. there you willfind the answer. wh-wh-what's this? a balloon? how can a hot-air balloon help me lure rudolph away?
hmm. ahh... heh heh heh heh. i wonder... hey, it's milton! who? the flyingice cream man. rudolph: he keepshis stock up here where it won't melt.
and this timeevery year, he picks upa big load to take downto the seashore for the fourth of julyweekend. wait till you meet him.a million laughs. come on. frosty! millie! chilly! dinner's ready,sweethearts! sorry, crystal.i gotta meet somebody.
rudolph sayshe's a million laughs. but i've got dinneron the table. it'll get all warm. you can alwayscool it up in the ice, though. come on.a million laughs! both: come on! come on! how ya doin', milton? awful! [crying]
what's wrong,milton? i'm in love! with who? you're in lovewith the whole circus?! i'd call a guylike that fickle. no. just with her. lainie loraine. her mother ownsthe circus.
we were gonnabe married, right onthe high wire. hired a preacherand a net and everything. rudolph:well, what happened? milton: aw, the circusis going broke. and another showman, a crook namedsam spangles, is ready to pay offthe back taxes
and takeover the show! ok, tack it upover here. milton: so ya see? lainie can't eventhink about romance. and ifher mom's show doesn't geta big audience on the fourth, it'll be soldto sam spangles on july 6th.
lainie will haveto go on the road... and we'll neverget together. oh, ha ha ha!what luck! thank you,eye of snow! rudolph will neversuspect a thing. first, however,i shall put a little idea into milton's empty head. [whispering] i don't know what to do.
hey! i just gota great idea! there's only one guy who coulddraw the kind of crowds the circus by the sea needs. and that's you,rudolph! me? why, the kids wouldjust pack that tent to see you and your nosein person. oh, wow!
uncle rudolphin the circus?! hey, wait a minute. rudolph,ya just gotta go. well...if yousay so, pal. ok. it wouldbe wonderful if we couldgo with him, frosty. i sure would likethe twins to see a real circus.
wow! if you'd appear,too, frosty, we'd have to geta bigger tent! aw, daddy! can we? please? we'd be good! no way! the seashoreon the fourth of july? we'd be real misfits.
we'd meltin 10 seconds flat. awww... bein' snow peoplehas its drawbacks. sometimes i feel likea real misfit. aw, frosty, i justforgot for a minute. i'm sorry. why, i wouldn'thave us any other way. â™ª everythingi've always wanted â™ª
â™ª you are everythingi've always wanted â™ª â™ª and i'll neverlet you go â™ª â™ª i will takedeserted byways â™ª â™ª dusty roadsor cement highways â™ª â™ª follow you thoughrain or sleet or snow â™ª â™ª in my wildest dreams â™ª â™ª i never dreamedi'd find somebody â™ª â™ª i would love much more than i could ever show â™ª â™ª more than anything â™ª
â™ª and if there's any doubt,well, now you know â™ª â™ª more than anything â™ª â™ª and if there'sany doubt â™ª â™ª well, now you know â™ª that melting businessis a nuisance, but it doesn't make youall misfits, frosty. take it fromanother misfit. if onlythere was some way to make youunmeltable.
[wind blows] wow. like a fairy godfather. oh...ho ho. just say i'm an old,old magical friend who wishes to help. children shouldsee a circus at least oncein their lives. so i will...help.
[laughing] but...what can you do, sir, to stop frostyand his family from melting? observe. magic amulets. if frosty, crystal,millie, and chilly wear them about their necks, they cannot melt.
even though the temperaturebe hot enough to melt steel, still they will remaincool and icy. wow! our troublesare over forever! no...not forever. see? on each is a design: the letter "f"4 times entwined. yeah! "f", "f", "f", "f"! what's that stand for?
that means the amulet'smagic only lasts until the final fireworkfades on the fourth. you must return herebefore the fireworks finish, or you will melt in the heatof the summer eve. but until then? why...you will be safe. [chuckling] both: wow! the circus! wow!
he certainly doesblow in and blow out. [everyone laughing] well, i'm delighted you're all goingfor a summer holiday, but... i never heard of anyicy fairy godfather. you should haveseen him, sir. i wish i had. who could he be?
huh. well, i guess i'm... just beingovercautious. uh, you--you allgo on... and havea wonderful time. all: yay! yay! just one thing. what's wrong,frosty? it's too badthe kids have to miss
the fourth of julyfireworks. but half a vacation'sbetter than none, i guess. no, you're right. children should seefireworks. let me think. and now to entwine themjust a bit more into a morass from whichthey will never escape. hey! i just gota wonderful idea! mama and i willfly my sleigh down
for the fourth. we'll pick upfrosty and family just beforethe fireworks finish and whisk back upto the north pole by the timethe last one fades. wonderful. what a neat idea. i can't believe it. rudolph, frosty,and--and now santa.
why, this--this reallywill be the greatest show in the--in the universe! ho, ho, ho, ho!yes! it will! [all laugh] santa: see youin 2 days! crystal: oh, frosty,it's lovely. oh, look over there. it's the circus! milton: yup.
they're startingto set up their tents. come on, you guys,let's get this tent up! oh, mama, look.it's milton. [cheering] hi, lainie. hi, mrs. loraine. oh, mama,isn't he wonderful? he's the greatestice cream man in the world. oh, forget him, honey.
there's one thinglife's taught me: you can't liveon banana splits. lainie, look whoi've got for the show: rudolph the red-nosedreindeer and frosty the snowman! in person. well, i'll be, uh-- yahoo! oh, mama,we'll be a hit!
what do you thinkof milton now? maybe i was wrong. milton's like the butter pecanhe sells-- a little nutsbut mighty yummy! wahoo! oh, milton. oh, lainie. now everythingwill turn out all right.
rudolph and frosty? and santa claus, too. santa, too? what an ideafor a closing act! [gunshots] print more tickets! why, it's just like christmas is comingearly this year. oh, milton...
everythingis just perfect now. now we got something to work for. come on with that tent! heave ho-ho-ho! what's withthe "ho-ho-ho"? well, it is christmas... isn't it? â™ª christmas in july â™ª â™ª seems early â™ª
â™ª for a holly â™ª â™ª holiday â™ª â™ª in this world â™ª â™ª of hurly-burly â™ª â™ª we need it â™ª â™ª every day â™ª â™ª remember â™ª â™ª you should havethe christmas â™ª â™ª spirit â™ª
â™ª only â™ª â™ª for the whole year â™ª â™ª through â™ª â™ª is just like christmas â™ª â™ª as long â™ª â™ª as i'm â™ª â™ª with â™ª â™ª you â™ª and i suppose they believe
everyone will livehappily ever after. never! and now forthe snow dragons. make yourselves ready,my pretties. build furyin your hearts. soon i will havea very special job for you. what is thy will,o master? genie ofthe ice scepter, find me a reindeeras mean as rudolph is kind,
as cunning as rudolphis guileless, as selfish as rudolph is giving. a corrupt, cunningknave of a creature with ambitionto equal my own! but why, o master? all part of my plan,good genie. all part of my plan. find me such a reindeer! beyond the forestof the burned christmas trees...
and the hill of the broken baubles... there you will find the caves of lostrejections. ask the keeper for... he's in cave number 13. i wish to see him. you ain't the only one. i've been trying tothrow him out all week. behind in his rent,he is.
but he's mean, and i don't fancyrisking my neck. 13, you say? that's right this way. [animals gruntingand mumbling] winterbolt: scratcher! what you want? come forth. heh heh heh.
make me. very well. hey! what's happening? all right. all right. for crying out loud. i'll pay the rent. i don't want the rent.
i want rudolphthe red-nosed reindeer... and you will help me. don't mention that name. i was all set to be oneof santa's reindeer when he came along. indeed? santa fired you to make roomfor rudolph? well, i also...
stole some toys... and ate a whole newbatch of candy canes. candy--excellent!ha ha ha ha. it was all downhillfrom there... till i finally ended upin this joint. good. how would youlike to work for me? mmm. doing what? destroying rudolphthe red-nosed reindeer.
sounds like a good jobto me. heh heh. what do i gotta do? oh, nothing much. spend a few luxurious daysat the seashore, get to know rudolph, lead him astray... as it were. gee, it sounds likea pretty good idea. now go at once...
and find a man namedsam spangles. and then... well, mrs. loraine, we're finallyready to open. we worked night and day,kid, but we made it. boy, running a circusis no easy job. well, i tell ya,blinky... it's got its upsand its downs. life with the circusis like life with a guy.
sometimes you're low, and sometimesyou're high. â™ª chicken today â™ª â™ª and feathers tomorrow â™ª â™ª one day is good â™ª â™ª and the next day,there's sorrow â™ª â™ª i don't care what â™ª â™ª long as i got â™ª â™ª my guy â™ª
â™ª one day, i lend â™ª â™ª and the next day,i borrow â™ª â™ª i'm like a river â™ª â™ª rollin' along â™ª â™ª a carefree river â™ª â™ª singin' a song â™ª â™ª and where my hat is â™ª â™ª that is where i â™ª â™ª belong â™ª
â™ª life is that way â™ª â™ª there's some joyand some sorrow â™ª now, have you memorizedyour instructions? me and sam spangles will take careof everything. here. nibble on these. these are santa'smagic feed corn. hey. that meansi'll be able to fly
like donner and blitzen and all those othergoody-goods. now fly forthand do my bidding. what's the hurry? soon, my pets here will blow up the worst snowstormof the century. well, what if i get lost? i mean, i don't havea red nose, you know?
you'll be well outof these parts before the storm hits. ha. i think-- will you go forthforthwith? oh, soon... soon, my little pets. we mustn't be hasty. timing is everything if my intricate planis to succeed.
you really arelooking forward to this trip,aren't you? papa, i haven't hada summer vacation since...can't remember when. we work too hard, mama. oh, i guessi'm not the easiest man in the worldto live with, though. well, only when it getsclose to christmas eve. [chuckles, sighs]
ah, we have hadlots and lots of christmas eves,mama. they were good times,papa. and i still love you. just as much asthe first day i saw you. instead of talking, you gave me a lovelychina doll. well...giving toysis my way of... saying hello.
and showing my love. i know that, papa. [giggles] [both laughing] mama. [chimes] merry christmas. 11:00, papa. oh.
the circus parade'sat 12:00. hurry, orwe'll miss it. ha ha ha ha.yes. hurry. go on, laugh,you old fools... while you may. [chattering] thank you,little kringles. we'll be back... late tonight.
don't wait up. away! away-ho! use fog to blind and snow to bury, wind to tearthe heart that's merry. ice and gale and sleet and hail, santa must,in his mission,
fail! ooh. brr. ooh, that's an angry windfor this time of year. yes, i don'tlike it at all. oh, papa! huh? look! [gasps] my goodness! no!
we've gotto get back! back! dasher! dancer! comet! it's too late, papa. it's got us. hold on, mama! oh! if only rudolphwere here! [chiming]
[marching band plays] well, we're safe herein the storm's eye, mama, but i'm afraid it's onlyfor a little while. papa, do you thinkwe'll ever get out? well, storms arestrange things, dear. uh, i mean-- are you frightened of what may happen? no, my dear,
not at all. even withthis storm... â™ª i see rainbows â™ª â™ª when i lookat you â™ª â™ª and the rain goes â™ª â™ª as the suncomes through â™ª â™ª all thingswonderful â™ª â™ª are what you are â™ª â™ª you shinebrighter â™ª
â™ª thanthe brightest star â™ª â™ª i seeroses blooming â™ª â™ª in the snow â™ª â™ª roses growing â™ª â™ª everywhereyou go â™ª â™ª i see rainbowswhen i look at you â™ª â™ª rainbows shine â™ª â™ª all beforeyour eyes â™ª papa...we've gotten out
of worse situationsthan this. yes. i say the best thing to do would be to get downfrom these stormy skies and continueon the ground. all right, mama.we'll try it. hang on. â™ª don't let the paradepass you by â™ª â™ª live livin' it uptill you die â™ª
â™ª always be hep â™ª â™ª and keep in step â™ª â™ª with the timesa-changin' â™ª â™ª change your lifewhen it needs rearrangin' â™ª â™ª you've gotta believein your gut â™ª â™ª you'll never get caught in a rut â™ª â™ª don't be afraid â™ª â™ª you've got it made â™ª â™ª if you don'tlet the parade â™ª
â™ª don't let the paradepass you by, go fly â™ª â™ª don't let the parade â™ª â™ª pass you by â™ª smile, frosty. lilly saysthat in show business, you gottakeep smiling. but i'm kind of worried that santa won'tbe here on time. daddy, the showmust go on.
that's what aunt lilly says. ok, but i gota feeling tonight there's gonna be a real wet act, and it won't bethe seals. are you sam spangles,the circus man? how can i be a circus manwithout a circus? i think i might havean interesting proposition. just do your act like you didin rehearsal, blinky, and we're boundto be a hit.
i'll try,mrs. loraine. i sure will try. well, i gotta givea pep talk to the clowns. hang in there, blinky. hey, rudolph. huh? scratcher? oh, the big starremembers his old buddy. we were never buddies. let bygones be bygones.
[cough cough] what's the matter? boy, i am reallydown and out. haven't had a biteto eat in 3 days. think you could get me a jobwith the show? i guess we could alwaysuse another roustabout to help with the tents. you're a prince,rudolph,
a prince! i'll speakto mrs. loraine. yeah, you do that,rudolph. you just do that. sucker. perfect. perfect. everything goingaccording to schedule. now to tighten the net. heh heh heh heh heh!
[hissing] ah, what a magnificentsleigh and team the snow genie has createdfor me. instead of reindeer, i have reinsnakes. to the top of the porch, to the top of the wall, now slink away,slink away, slink away...all.
onward! â™ª ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the new edition of lilly loraine'scircus by the sea. bring on the clowns. [honking and whistling] [groaning] this is a great jobyou got me, rudolph.
well, just do it well, and i'm sureyou'll get a promotion. oh, i ain't complaining,ol' buddy. oh, uh, mrs. loraine wants me to getsomething out ofthe office wagon, but it's all darkin there. i think a fuse blew. will you come in with meand give me some light?
but i've gottado my act. oh, but it won'ttake a minute. let me finishhauling this thing, and i'll meet youover by the wagon. well...ok. oh, you really area buddy, ol' buddy. this is hard. oh, it... it's so late, mama.
poor frosty. we're doing everythingwe can, papa. look up there, mama. black as pitch. not a starin the sky. onward! onward! we don't want to missthe fireworks, do we? [drumroll] [gasping]
oh. i forgot my parasol. how many timesi got to tell you? make notes for yourself. yes, mama. [frosty the snowman plays] and now... presenting oneof our star attractions: frosty the snowman... and family
in a sensational... spellbinding exhibition of world championshipbelly-whopping. now meet the folks. like i always say, the family thatslides together, abides together. you don't alwayssay that, frosty. stick to the script,daddy.
if santa don'tget here soon, we'll be stickingto everything. hey, i've beenwaiting for you over bythe office wagon. come on, rudolph. [rudolph the red-nosed reindeer plays] that's my warning cue. look, as soonas i'm done, i'll meet youby the wagon, i promise.
that's my buddy. lights, please. bring out the fog machine,boys. ms. lilly: are you ready,rudolph? rudolph: i am ready. then lights on, rudolph. rudolph: lights on. he's burned off the fog. let's hear it for rudolph.
ms. lilly: he'll be back,folks. he'll be back. his act is over. quick. here's the restof the disguise. just think... me, sam spangles,a policeman. here he comes. hide. good ol' buddy.now turn it on. she said it's underthe table here.
what are youlooking for? she said it was a littleleather suitcase. oh, there it is. gee, thanks, ol' buddy. oh! oh! oh! i hurt myself. just taking a littlefall like that? i twisted my nose, my neck, or something.
now i can't pick upthat suitcase. buddy, would youdo it for me? well...sure. all this fuss overa little suitcase. what's inside? well, she didn't say. just pick it up and give it to the copwaiting on the corner. ok, but...
hey, this bag isfilled with money-- the night's receipts. oh. that's why she wantsto give it to the cop. so he cantake it to the bank and makea night deposit. and now for our grandchristmas in july finale. â™ª i heard the bellson christmas day â™ª â™ª their old familiarcarols play â™ª â™ª and while they sleep â™ª
â™ª the words repeat â™ª â™ª of peace on earth,goodwill to men â™ª whether july or december, christmas livesin our hearts, but it's upat the north pole, remember, where christmasalways starts. ho ho. hee hee. ha ha.
hoo hoo. where are my elves? oh, hark. here they come now. elephants? i thoughtthe midgets were gonnaplay the elves. nah. they wanna playthe polar bears. actors.
very good, elves. but i have an idea of what willbring all of us lots of cheer. so just to please all the girlsand the boys, why don't we havea parade of the toys? and now, to make usall feel jolly, my very best toy...
the dancing dolly! [rock 'n' roll plays] â™ª rockin' aroundthe christmas tree â™ª â™ª at the christmasparty hop â™ª â™ª mistletoe hungwhere you can see â™ª â™ª every coupletries to stop â™ª â™ª let the christmas spiritring â™ª â™ª later, we'll havesome pumpkin pie â™ª â™ª and we'll dosome caroling â™ª
â™ª you will get a sentimentalfeeling when you hear â™ª â™ª voices singing,let's be jolly â™ª â™ª deck the hallswith boughs of holly â™ª â™ª rocking aroundthe christmas tree â™ª â™ª have a happy holiday â™ª â™ª everyone dancin' merrily â™ª â™ª in the newold-fashioned way â™ª oh, thank you,me fine lad. well...off to the bank.
where were you,rudolph? frosty, somethingfunny is going on. i don't thinkit's so funny. i'm just about readyto give up hope. oh, i don't mean that. here's your star. aw, frosty,santa gave his word. he'll be here beforethe fireworks are over. i don't know.
you ever see a policemanwearing a helmet? no, but then i neverlooked for one, either. sure i'm not too heavy? no, but you'rekinda chilly. [applause and cheering] well, that's the show,folks. a little corny,but expensive. be sure and hang aroundoutside for a free fourth of julyfireworks display.
and come back againnext year! you hear that, rudolph? time for the fireworks. i heard, frosty. i just don't understand. and all that businesswith scratcher. something'sreal wrong here. come on, daddy,uncle rudolph. don't want to missthe fireworks.
miss 'em?i'd like to stop 'em. why do you wantto stop them, daddy? aren't youpatriotic? sure, i'm patriotic. my only regret is, i only have but one lifeto melt for my country. wait a minute, frosty. what you just said! maybe we can stop the fireworks.
yeah. let's find outwho's setting them off. you go this way.i'll go that. all: ooh! ahh! mrs. loraine,you've gotta help me. anything, frosty.you just name it. stop the fireworks. you named the wrong one. i can't stop 'em! once the main fuseis lit,
they keep goin', even if a cloudburstpoured down on top of 'em. why do youwant 'em stopped? well, i--i gota funny kind of feeling. about fireworks? no. about melting. how many are there? exactly a hundred.
that's number 3. i'm counting,i'm counting. [spectators cheer] which one's number 100? right over there. that's my number,all right. and when my number goes up,my number is up. and where's santa? [sleigh bells jingling]
[wind blowing] still no sign of itlettin' up, mama. i'm afraid we'regonna be too late to save frosty. it's not your fault,papa. all we can dois keep going. yeah. hyah! faster! that's number 72. daddy, why are youso worried
about the prettyfireworks? children, you mustbe very brave. aw, gee. why did i geteverybody into this mess? 74. we promise to bebrave, mommy. i'm veryproud of you. 75. oh, frosty.
there, there, honey. i just want you to know thati'm sure glad i married you. i am, too, love. 76. boy, i remember when i couldonly count to 4. the good ol' days. ah, ha ha ha ha ha!now to go down and put out rudolph'slight for good. hey! we'vebeen robbed!
i went to getthe money to give toofficer kelly here, and it's gone! he's the policemanit was supposed to go to? well, yeah. why? didn't you sendscratcher to fetch it? me? let a roustaboutreindeer handle the loot? i ain't that daffy!
what do you knowabout this, blinky? all: 91. daddy, mommy,look! it's santa! frosty,it's a sleigh! oh, boy! wait a minute. it's a sleigh,all right, but it's not santa.
oh, how i've waitedfor this moment. 93! sir? my nameis winterbolt. king winterbolt. a king? gee! your majesty, santa nevershowed up.
yes, i know. frosty's timeis almost over. just 7 morefireworks. correction... 6. that was number 94. you've just got tomake those amulets lasta little longer. maybe evena lot longer.
of course. of course,my dear friends. you hear that,frosty? oh, wow. wait till i tellthe wife and the kids! one moment! 95. oh, we don'thave to bother keepingcount anymore. oh, yes, you do.
what do you mean? i will make the amulets'power last, rudolph, only so long as your noseremains extinguished. my nose is notextinguished. really? try to light it. 96! go ahead,rudolph. i'm trying.
i'm tryingreal hard. ha ha ha ha! [snickering and hissing] what's wrong? it won'tlight up. what did youdo to it, winterbolt? i didn'tdo a thing. you did itto yourself.
you used your nose for an evil purpose. you robbed the moneyfrom the box office wagon and gave itto one sam spangles. sorry,sucker. i don'tunderstand. they tricked me,frosty. well, i'm gonnaset things straight. i'll telleverybody what reallyhappened.
no, you won't. i warn you, if clear your nameto save your nose, the frostysall will melt. admit your guilt, and i will allow themto remain frozen. 97! 98! only 2 more.
what do you say,rudolph? ok. i won't tellanybody the truth. i'll take the blame and let my nosego out. 99! but you just can'tlet your nose go out forever,rudolph. i don't haveany choice, frosty. we only have onefirework left.
only one more. where is frosty? hey, what'sgoin' on here? mrs. loraine,i stole that money. what? i don'tbelieve it. no, he--i mean,i can explain. no, frosty, don't! i stole the money,ma'am,
and i gave itto sam spangles. spangles? that means hetakes over the show. rudolph,what got into you? i can't explain. 100! oh, frosty! relax, crystal. we aren'tgoing to melt.
why... why, you're right! mommy,we're saved. oh, daddy, we're notgoing to melt. congratulations. now you don'thave to worry. i'm sorry, rudolph,but i don't want the twins associating witha dishonest reindeer. aw, uncle rudolph.
why'd you do it? no, wait. you don'tunderstand. frosty, you mustnever tell them that ididn't do it. but, rudolph-- what's moreimportant-- a silly oldred nose or the lives ofmy best friend
and his family? aw, rudolph,what can i say? you sureare a friend. hey. that funnylittle mark on your hoof, the star insidethe snowflake, it's gone! [all laughing] come...you'rethe number one reindeer of the north now.
you bet! away! away! so long! ok, creeps, there's gonna be some changesaround here. y-y-you don'town the show yet! wanna bet? who'sgonna pay to see â™ª rudolphthe unlit reindeer â™ª
â™ª with a verynothin' nose â™ª ha ha ha ha!hee hee ha! i can't waittill tomorrow night! [audience booing] rudolph: i'm sorry, but i can stilldo my jumps. audience, chanting:we want our money back! we wantour money back! we want our money back...
rudolph? how can you evenspeak to him after what he didto my mother? but there mustbe some reason. we're old friends. you can tell me,rudolph. there's nothingto tell. i stole the money and gave itto sam spangles.
just--just let me be,milton. you heard him.let's go, milton. good-bye, rudolph. good-bye...for good. â™ª no bed of roses â™ª â™ª that's how lifeseems to be â™ª no easy way for me â™ª â™ª you were my star glow â™ª â™ª but now you're gone â™ª
â™ª you took the roses â™ª â™ª but left each thorn â™ª â™ª go on without me â™ª â™ª but if youchange your mind â™ª â™ª one thing about me â™ª â™ª i won't behard to find â™ª â™ª if there's a glow again â™ª â™ª i know that life can be â™ª â™ª a bed of roses â™ª
â™ª for you and me â™ª there must be somethingi can do alone that wouldn'thurt the family. maybe i could give winterboltsomething in exchange. but what do i havethat he'd want? ha ha ha! what indeed? his corncob pipe? he does havesomething.
i dunno. he mighthave something. why not askthe genie? frosty the snowman has his own magic which could provequite valuable. tell me, what is it? his hat. let me show you,o master. â™ª frosty the snowman â™ª
â™ª was a jolly,happy soul â™ª â™ª with a corncob pipe â™ª â™ª and a button nose â™ª â™ª and two eyesmade out of coal â™ª â™ª is a fairy tale,they say â™ª â™ª he was made of snow â™ª â™ª but the children know â™ª â™ª how he cameto life one day â™ª â™ª there must have been â™ª
â™ª some magic in â™ª â™ª that old silk hatthey found â™ª â™ª for when they placed iton his head â™ª â™ª he beganto dance around â™ª â™ª oh, frostythe snowman â™ª â™ª was aliveas he could be â™ª â™ª and the children say â™ª â™ª he couldlaugh and play â™ª â™ª just the same â™ª
â™ª as you â™ª â™ª and me â™ª if you had that hat... and could find the secretof its magic... you could duplicate it over and over again, o master. winterbolt: why... you could bring an armyof snowmen to life. and frosty...
the only one who knowsthe true secret of rudolph's nose... would be lifeless. yes,and i would be safe. but what could i givefrosty for his hat? lie to him, my master. deceive him. tell him you have the power to restorethe borealis light
to rudolph's nose. the light... of course.of course! gee,i'd do anything, anythingto help rudolph. i know what to do. [whip cracks] winterbolt:faster! faster! back to the circus lot.
more fireworks? rudolph. that voice. i remember. i am no more... but my love, in the formof the northern lights, watches over thee. awww.
what am igonna do? have no fearwhen you defend the helpless. be brave. be very brave, and the starin the snowflake will return. you mean there'sa chance my nose willlight up again? be brave.
be very brave. no! don't go! alone again. rudolph, is that youup there on the beach? what now? out here, in the water. big ben. the clockwork whale.
remember me? i work for father time. sure, i remember. what are you doing here? strangest thing...like i was led to you. i was under the water, following the glowof the northern lights. came up to geta good look, and there you were.
aw, ben. i've got problems. well, little feller,you tell 'em to me. i got a big shoulderto rest your head on. and it's wet already,so a few tears won't hurt. so you want to give meyour hat, eh? only if you can turnrudolph's nose back on. why, of coursei can. what did you say?
oh, it's hardlyworth it. it is to me. this hat is whatkeeps me all living. without it... oh, very well. i'll make the trade. would you say good-bye to crystal, millie,and chilly for me? especially crystal.
oh, crystal, if only we couldbe together one more time. but that's impossible. so i hope you'll rememberall the good times. â™ª now and then â™ª â™ª will you think of me? â™ª â™ª not, i hope â™ª â™ª as a memory â™ª â™ª i'll always love you â™ª
â™ª as i always loved you â™ª â™ª wherever you may be â™ª â™ª in my heart â™ª â™ª there's a golden glow â™ª â™ª you alone â™ª â™ª keep it shining so â™ª â™ª parting brings sorrow â™ª â™ª but maybe tomorrow â™ª â™ª with luck,we'll meet again â™ª
â™ª if only now â™ª â™ª and then â™ª and that'sthe whole story, oh, that's terrible. rudolph, you gottaget your nose back. i can't. if i tell the truth, that means frostyhas to melt. not necessarily.
no time to explain. i gotta swimlike thunder. where are you going? to south amer...ica! south america? now... give meyour hat. rudolph:what's going on here? the poorfrozen fool
gave me his hat when i promisedto return your nose. you know you can't do that. but he didn't. ok, winterbolt,you asked for it. you've got tocatch me first. frosty. frosty, where are you? oh, no!
don't look,children. come on out from there! i know where you're hiding. come and get me. ok, i will! ssss! surprise! ha ha ha ha! surprise! you don'tfrighten me.
the hat is mine. try and get it. oof! oh...oh, no. it's impossible! it's likelady boreal said. it's back for good. i warn you! i will notbe defeated!
[crying] oh, daddy. but--but can't he getanother hat, mommy? children, remember himas he was. poor roly-polylittle son of a gun. all right,all you jerks, clear outof here. show'smine now. rudolph:not so fast!
hey, you gotyour beak back. that's not allwe've got back. go ahead, officer. here's your money,mrs. loraine. rudolph was trickedinto taking it. he's innocentas a newborn babe. well, i'llbe blasted! one other thing. rudolph risked his lifeto get this back.
for you, sir. [yawns] happy birthday. [all cheer] what are wecelebrating? you! oh!good idea. here's your dough. the circusis still mine.
i'll be taking that. why? you won't beneeding it in jail. oh, rudolph, we're so sorryfor the way we acted. what can we doto make it up? awww. it wasn'tyour fault. gee. thanks,rudolph. thank you. you gaveeverything you had for me.
well, didn't you give everythingfor me? i mean,us misfits got to sticktogether. put itthere, pal. â™ª we're a coupleof misfits â™ª â™ª we're a couple of misfits â™ª â™ª what's the matterwith misfits? â™ª â™ª that's wherewe fit in â™ª
â™ª we're notdaffy and dilly â™ª â™ª don't go aroundwilly-nilly â™ª â™ª seems to uskind of silly â™ª â™ª that we don'tfit in â™ª â™ª we may be â™ª â™ª different fromthe rest â™ª â™ª who decidesthe test â™ª â™ª of what isreally best? â™ª â™ª not a coupleof nitwits â™ª
â™ª why am i such a misfit? â™ª â™ª i am not just a nitwit â™ª â™ª i'm a dear of a reindeer â™ª â™ª why don't i fit in? â™ª â™ª why am isuch a misfit? â™ª â™ª i am notjust a nitwit â™ª â™ª there's no manlike a snowman â™ª â™ª why don'ti fit in? â™ª â™ª we may be differentfrom the rest â™ª
â™ª that's where we fit in â™ª not so fast. i still havemy scepter. destructionto you all! this one lookslike my job! but, mama, there are onlyblanks in those guns. yeah, butthe guns are made of iron. my...my powers are gone!
when the scepter dies,i go, too. i turn...i turn...turn... i turn... into...a... tree. [all gasp] wow! ha ha. what an exit! mama, thestorm's gone.
like... a miracle. now we canbe to the shore in a few minutes. up! up! dash away all! well, our troublesare over. kinda dull, huh? well, i'm gladold winterbolt's
powers are gone. me, too. hey! wait a minute! what is it, blinky? if all his powersare gone, that means those amuletsare no good, either. frosty! crystal! lainie,what happened? [sniffling]
well, the sun came out,and...and they just--just--look! aw, gee whiz! aw, after allwe went through. i shouldhave realized. it's too late now. when frosty melts,nothing can help except a magicdecember wind to unmelt him. and this is july!
yeah, but whereare we gonna find a christmas windin july? big ben: right here! and i broughtjack frost with me. how'd ya do it, ben? had to go all the wayto south america. that's where wintergoes in july. jack frost... do your stuff!
i've got to aimreal carefully, or i'll give colds to all the kidson the beach. well...here goes. all: happy birthday! come on, gang.let's dig them out. keep that cold breathon them, jack. great jumpin' geraniums! santa claus is finallycomin' to town!
papa, we'dbetter get going before jackruns out of breath. i'll stick withthe show, sir, until they'reout of debt. well, they should beout of debt real soon. ho ho ho ho! i gave lilly some ofmy magic corn feed. the kind thatmakes animals fly. wow. a circus by the seais one thing,
but a flying circusby the sea... kids: daddy! daddy! can we stay and see it? oh, frosty, could they? no deal!enough's enough. then...then let's get going! gee, i kind of missnot being with santa. blinky,you want to lead somethingthrough the sky,
you got it! forget the sleigh. it's time for the flyingcircus parade, with youright up front. ok! â™ª rudolphthe red-nosed reindeer â™ª â™ª had avery shiny nose â™ª â™ª and ifyou ever saw it â™ª
â™ª join in anyreindeer games â™ª â™ª rudolph with yournose so bright â™ª