Disney has finally given in to the demands of countless children, and made a sequel to their hit film Frozen. I already have my tickets and will be seeing it opening weekend with my girlfriend, the world’s biggest Olaf fan. (No, seriously. I can’t sleep at night anymore because of all the stuffed snowmen staring at me.) In-between the two films, Anna, Elsa, and Olaf had a few adventures you may not know about.
So, in case you’re a completist like me, here’s three Frozen adventures you might want to see.
This seven minute short debuted in theaters in front of Disney’s live-action Cinderella in 2015. Elsa tries to give Anna a surprise birthday party. However, Elsa has caught a cold, and with every sneeze she produces a bunch of “Snowgies” — adorable snowball-like creatures — who begin dismantling the decorations. The cartoon features a catchy new song: “Making Today a Perfect Day.”
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Frozen Fever can be found here:
- Available for purchase on most major streaming sites like Amazon and iTunes.
- Available as an extra on the Cinderella Blu-ray and DVD.
- Available as part of the Walt Disney Animation Studios Short Films Collection on DVD/Blu-ray combo pack or streaming. (There’s also a funny Tangled short in that collection.)
Frozen gets the Lego treatment in this four-episode TV miniseries. Elsa and Anna journey to find the Northern Lights, which are invisible from their home of Arendelle.
- This appears to be available for free on YouTube, with each of the four episodes running about 6 minutes.
This twenty-one minute cartoon debuted in theaters in front of Pixar’s Coco.
Unfortunately, many audience members didn’t come prepared to see Olaf, and didn’t like waiting nearly half an hour for their Coco feature to start.
The cartoon was eventually moved to play after the feature, and then removed completely and made available on streaming sites.
During the first Christmas since the gates reopened, Olaf tries to help Elsa and Anna start some new holiday traditions, by finding out how the residents of Arendelle celebrate.
- This is available on Blu-ray, DVD, or from major streaming sites like Amazon and iTunes. It comes with six classic Disney winter/holiday-themed shorts.
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Jill Florio Administrator
I LOVED Frozen 2. Much more than the original (which bored me). And I think it had some great songs and featured gorgeous animation.
Now I want to watch the shorts and one-offs to be a completist like you.
What did you think of F2?
Yep, completionist here as well, thanks to watching Disney movies on disc lately, apparently the only one I hadn’t seen was the Lego special, so now I’m ready for Frozen 2.
Also, much like the HPMoR rational fanfic for grown HP fans… I’m just gonna mention “A Bluer Shade of White” by AlexanderWhales that explores advanced potential uses of ice magic.
That author has written stories like Terminator from programmer’s perspective, Star Wars rebuilding deathstar from project manager’s perspective, Superman from Lex Luthor’s perspective, and an original Santa story.
(Disclaimer these go into realistic dangers and consequences, not appropriate for kids, but fascinating for a slightly mature audience.)