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How did Olaf survive all summers?

The living Olaf is made by Elsa while she's fleeing from Arendelle to North mountain (I think during the song, not sure). He has nothing to do with the regular snowman Olaf they made as kids. So there ...
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Why are Frozen's Elsa and Anna excluded from the Disney Princesses franchise?

There is no official word from Disney, but I can say these two things for facts: Elsa is a Queen. So, making her a Princess would be almost impossible. Elsa and Anna represent 25% of all Disney ...
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Why are Frozen's Elsa and Anna excluded from the Disney Princesses franchise?

Being a Disney Princess is not just a matter of being a princess from a Disney property, it's a question of marketing. The collection of Disney Princesses is used together in other materials, things ...
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How did Olaf survive all summers?

There were no summers before he met Anna. Olaf is created when Elsa sings "Let it go" as shown in the picture below. After Elsa runs away, Anna immediately starts looking for her. Besides being her ...
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Is the naming of Alan Tudyk's "Zootopia" character (Duke Weaselton) officially related to his "Frozen" character (Duke of Weselton)?

Alan Tudyk confirms this In a red carpet interview for Zootopia he addresses this directly. Well, I have convinced Disney that I should be in everyone of their animated movies after Wreck-It Ralph ...
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Why do the trolls consider blonde hair "unmanly" in Frozen?

Hair darkens with age, so light/blonde hair is associated with youth. This is why it is seen as attractive on women, due to evolution she is seen as younger, therefore more fertile and healthier. ...
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Why do the trolls consider blonde hair "unmanly" in Frozen?

This may not be a serious line. There are few if any reasons why the writers of the movie would create a culture opposed to blondness - and nothing about real myths, legends etc of trolls points to an ...
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What is the significance of blue to green transition of costume colour between Frozen Fever and Frozen?

From a 2015 interview by Drew Taylor with directors / writers Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck: Question: Can you talk about developing the look of "Frozen Fever"? It's kind of fun to see the ...
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Why isn't Olaf the one that made an act of true love for Anna?

I don't know of any cannon answer either. My interpretation was the "act of true love" needed to be performed by Anna or possibly Elsa. We know an action by Anna can break the spell because that is ...
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How did Olaf survive all summers?

Anna and Elsa created a (regular, non-magical, inanimate) snowman when they were children, and named it Olaf. However, after Elsa accidentally hurts Anna using her powers, she tries to hold back her ...
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Why do translated subtitles differ from the dubbed voice?

it appears that the movie was translated twice by two different teams That definitely happens. One striking example is the Japanese movie Akira, which has potentially four different English ...
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What is the significance of blue to green transition of costume colour between Frozen Fever and Frozen?

Well, weather wise, they went from winter, to spring. Blue to green. It also reflects emotional differences.
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Why do translated subtitles differ from the dubbed voice?

Foreign language subtitles and foreign language overdubs have different constraints: Overdubs must match the mouth and face movements of the actor if they are visible, and must at least be ...
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Why isn't Olaf the one that made an act of true love for Anna?

I don't know that there is any canon answer. A few possible explanations could include: Olaf seemed to be vaguely aware his safety was somehow threatened by his staying to help Anna. However I wouldn'...
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Why did the villagers applaud when Anna punched Hanz?

It's not really clear but it's possible because they heard him lie about Anna being dead....on more than one occasion. He tells the nobles (who are the ones applauding) that Anna is dead in the ...
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Why are Frozen's Elsa and Anna excluded from the Disney Princesses franchise?

My answer is in line with the previous. I just wanted to mention that SuperCarlinBrothers have researched and made a video about this particular issue but in short, Frozen is just a powerhouse of a ...
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When did Kristoff Learn about the Cabin in Frozen?

Kristoff spotted it after leaving the shop. Presumably his assumption is that he and Sven can use the barn for free as Oaken and his family are unlikely to come out into the cold. The hungry reindeer ...
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Why are Elsa's eyebrows brown in Frozen?

Both of her parents and her grandfather have dark eyebrows and both Anna and Elsa have dark eyebrows from an early age (even before Elsa's hair turns white as a result of her ice powers developing). ...
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Why did Anna have to be shielded from all knowledge of magic?

The question is: Why did they have to hide Elsa's power from everybody, why couldn't they tell about it to Anna ? Well, their parents did not have any magical powers in the first hand. They did ...
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Why is Prince Hans so helpful towards Elsa?

The reason Hans did this was to cement his trust as a helper or Hero of Arendelle by being one of the few to stick up for Elsa, this way, once he is married to Anna and Elsa dies of an accident he ...
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What is the "prayer" being said when Elsa was being crowned?

To pepper the script with authentic Norwegian words, accents and phrases, filmmakers called on Jackson Crawford, who teaches Old Norse, Scandinavian mythology, Vikings and sagas at UCLA. His research ...
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