Frosty the Snowman

Other mistake: The narrator says that the train stopped to let the train filled with Christmas carolers go by, but the train passed after the train had already crossed the tracks, so there was no need to wait. (00:19:30)

Continuity mistake: When Frosty gets off the train because Karen gets sick, from the magician's view it appears the train is slowing down and is very close to Frosty, but when the shot goes back to the magician, the train appears to be going much faster and is much further away.

Continuity mistake: When the kids are playing "follow the leader", they show the same kid (same exact clothing, hair color, and animation) hopping over Frosty twice, back-to-back. (00:09:37)

More mistakes in Frosty the Snowman

Boy #1: What shall we call him? Should we call him Harold?
Boy #2: Uh, Bruce?
Children: No.
Girl #1: Christopher Columbus?
Children: Oh, no.
Boy #3: Oatmeal?
Children: Oatmeal?

Narrator: Hocus explained the situation to Santa, who as you know, speaks a fluent rabbit. And, when they didn't find Frosty and Karen on the hill, Santa followed Frosty's path in the snow to the greenhouse. When they got inside, a terrible sight met their eyes.

The Magician: You silly children believe everything you see. When you're grown up, you'll realise that snowmen can't come to life.
Karen: But we.
The Magician: Silly, silly, silly.

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