Raymond Briggs' The Snowman

Raymond Briggs' The Snowman
Raymond Briggs' The Snowman

Year

1982

Duration

26 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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This Christmas favourite is absolutely magical and incredibly moving. Based on Raymond Briggs's much-loved book, it tells the story of a boy who, one winter's day, builds a snowman in his back garden. That night, the snowman comes to life and takes the boy on an amazing adventure, that even reaches as far as the North Pole, where they meet Father Christmas. Beautifully animated and scored (includes the haunting 'Walking in the Air'), this will melt the hardest heart.

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