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Snow Miser is a character from the Rankin/Bass film The Year Without a Santa Claus, which first aired on December 10th, 1974 on the ABC television network. The character, as well as his theme song, has inspired several fan remakes and parodies.
In the film, Snow Miser controls the cold weather of the world. He shares a fierce rivalry with his brother, Heat Miser, and they often battle each other over control of the weather. During such a battle, Heat Miser shoots down a flying reindeer which was carrying two elves, Jingle and Jangle, who were trying to help get Santa back to good health so he could do his yearly Christmas deliveries. They land in South Town and quickly run into trouble with the law, as well as the mayor of South Town, who will only believe the elves to be who they are if they bring snow to the town. Mrs. Claus steps in take the elves to visit Snow Miser in his ice castle, where they are greeted by him and his iconic theme music (shown below).
On December 20th, 2020, Kittensneeze posted a cover of the Snow Miser song, along with Heat Miser's part of the song, to YouTube. The video received over 580,000 views in just over 11 months (shown below, left). January 1st, 2021, Gemtrovert posted a fan remake of the Snow Miser scene to YouTube, which uses the song cover by Kittensneeze. The video (shown below, right) has over 900,000 views in 11 months.
On January 10th, 2021, Kevin Temmer Tunes posted a re-animation of the Snow Miser scene, which uses CG animation, to YouTube. The video (shown below) has received over 1.3 million views in nearly 11 months.