It is commonly regarded as a Christmas song, although it makes no mention of the holiday. The child-oriented lyrics celebrate the fun of winter, with a snowstorm characterized as a playful girl named Suzy Snowflake.
A cartoon-short based upon the song was also made in 1953 by Centaur Productions where the stop-motion animation was created by Wah Ming Chang. It is annually shown during the Christmas season on WGN-TV in Chicago, along with another production by Centaur, "Hardrock, Coco and Joe" and an early UPA version of "Frosty the Snowman". WJAC-TV in Johnstown, PA also runs these three cartoon shorts during the Christmas season.
- Christmas Boomer Classics Return at Washington Times.com Retrieved April 1, 2013
- http://cnynews.com/baby-boomer-alert-does-anybody-remember-suzy-snowflake-video/ Suzy Snowflake at Central New York News
- http://chicagoradioandmedia.com/news/2146-suzy-snowflake-1953 Suzy Snowflakes being played at Chicago Radio and Media
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