The songs were reprised as one song in the live-action film adaptation , performed by Michael McKean as Snow Miser and Harvey Fierstein in the role of Heat Miser, and reprised again in the animated sequel A Miser Brothers' Christmas. Freeze played by Arnold Schwarzenegger attempts to have his minions sing it, so they watch the special and listen to Dick Shawn's version. Friends call me Snow Miser, whatever I touch, turns to snow in my clutch. I'm too much. Snow Miser: That's right! Minions: He's too much. Too much. Minions: Too much!
He lives in a volcano and controls the hot weather around the world. It should be noted that both Snow Miser and Heat Miser were not in the original poem that the special is based on. Heat Miser lives within an active volcano with his minions. Although Heat Miser lives in the southern hemisphere, he and his brother regularly patrol the North Pole. Heat Miser has darker skin than his icy brother, but he is still fairly pale, although his skin does have a slight orange tint to it. His hair is red and sticks up, making it look like flames. He wears a red shirt and yellow leggings, and long, red pointed shoes. He has a round red nose. Like his brother, he is abnormally tall and towers over both humans and Mother Nature, but out of the two brothers, he is the shorter one in stature. In A Miser Brothers' Christmas , his design is slightly altered and he now wears a red suit and yellow pants.
The story is based on Phyllis McGinley 's book of the same name. The film was Shirley Booth 's final acting credit as she retired from acting after its completion. Santa Claus wakes up with a cold sometime before Christmas. His doctor, who thinks nobody cares about him anymore, advises him to make some changes to his routine, so Santa decides to take a holiday instead of delivering gifts. Claus unsuccessfully tries to convince him otherwise, so she enlists two elves named Jingle and Jangle to find proof that people still believe in Santa. Jingle and Jangle set out with Santa's youngest reindeer Vixen, but are shot down by crossfire between the conflicting Miser Brothers: Snow Miser, who controls the world's cold weather, and Heat Miser, who controls warm weather. They ask a group of children, including a boy named Iggy, if they believe in Santa, but they are skeptical. To make matters worse, Vixen is ticketed by a policeman and later sent to the local dog pound after Jingle and Jangle disguise her as an "instant Rover". The policeman refers them to the town's mayor, who laughs at their story but agrees to free Vixen if they can prove they are elves by making it snow in Southtown on Christmas. Jingle and Jangle call Mrs.
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