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Scarface has several meanings:. See The Snowman article for further information on the book and film. Scarface: The World is Yours is a video game based on the 1983 film. The Snowman is also a children's story written by British author Raymond Briggs which was turned into an animated film in 1982 by Dianne Jackson. Scarface is the name of the dummy used by the Batman villain The Ventriloquist. Frosty is the most famous snowman. Scarface is a 1990s rapper who was originally a member of the Geto Boys; see Scarface (rapper). It went on to become a popular children's television cartoon by Rankin & Bass in 1968.
The movie was remade in 1983 starring Al Pacino; see Scarface (1983 film). The title was taken up for a children's book, illustrated by Corinne Malvern, and published in 1950 by Golden Books. Scarface is a film about the mafia first made in 1932; see Scarface (1932 film). Frosty the Snowman was a Tin Pan Alley novelty created by Jack Nelson and Steve Rollins in 1950, consciously made as a follow-up to "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" and sold to Gene Autry, who recorded it. Scarface is a nickname for Al Capone. . An abominable snowman is another name for a yeti.
The comic strip "Calvin and Hobbes" used a running gag about snowmen, and building a snowman is an on-going winter project for Charlie Brown (see articles for details). (see the Japanese version of this page for an example). Twigs are used for arms, pieces of charcoal for facial features, and a bucket is used for a hat. Japanese snowmen, 雪だるま (snow daruma) usually consist of two, instead of three, snowballs.
As a sign of protest against their government, in the winter of 2005, Lithuanians made 141 snowmen near their parliament—one for each Member of Parliament. In Lithuania a snowman is called "a man without brains". Snowmen are often depicted with a pipe and a hat. A nose may be added, using a piece of fruit or a vegetable, such as a carrot; sticks are sometimes added as arms.
Facial features, such as eyes and a mouth are traditionally added using coal or small stones, as are buttons. A second (and often a third), smaller ball is placed on top, as a "head". A snowman can be constructed by rolling a large ball of snow for a "body". The symbol of snowman is ☃ (Unicode: 0x2603).
Building a snowman is a popular winter recreation for children. The image of a snowman is popularly connected with Christmas and is embedded in Western culture. A snowman is a man-like figure constructed from compacted snow.
For information on the horse, see Snowman (horse)..