Suzy Snowflake

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On December 28, 1953, Chicago area kids were introduced to the whimsical story of Suzy Snowflake “tap, tap, tappin'” on every windowpane, seen on “Garfield Goose and Friends.” Like “Hardrock, Coco and Joe”, Suzy too was brought to life by the stop-motion animators of Centaur Productions. Norma Zimmer was Suzy’s voice and the song was sung by The Norman Luboff Choir, a premier studio group who recorded with well-known artists, such as Frank Sinatra and Harry Belafonte. To purchase this DVD in a digitally remastered format, visit The Museum of Broadcast Communications at http://www.tvondvdshop.com