DVD + Blu-Ray:
The Snowman – The Stage Show for children
A delightful entertainment for the whole family based upon the children's book by Raymond Briggs.
09381 Cover The Snowman © Arthaus Musik
109382 Cover The Snowman Blu-ray © Arthaus Musik
When a young boy builds a snowman in his garden, little does he know what is in store for him. The magic of Christmas brings his snowman to life and together they embark on an adventure, discovering the wonders of each other’s worlds. Childhood fantasies come to life: flying with a secret friend around the world.
„It’s utterly charming and irresistible“ (The Guardian)
„Unmissable“ (The Sunday Telegraph)
The charm of Raymond Briggs’s original illustrated book inspired the composer and lyricist Howard Blake to write a score telling the lovely story of The Snowman in music. Blake’s enchanting song “Walking in the Air” became an immediate hit and remains an international favorite. Following the success of book and film, The Snowman has gone on to conquer the stage with dance and mime. Howard Blake's catchy music lets us feel the wonder, excitement and fun of it all.
Cat. No.: 109381 (DVD) | 109382 (BD)
Genre Feature Film
Production year 1998
Video format DVD 9 / NTSC
Audio format PCM Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1
Production Company RM ASSOCIATES in association with BBC
Composer Howard Blake
Stage Director Bill Alexander
Choreography by Robert North
Costumes Ruari Murchison
Main Actor Kasper Cornish (The Snowman)
Main Actor Drew McOne (The Boy)
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