Frozen II

Trivia: The "new Danish author" that Prince Agnar is reading is most likely Hans Christian Andersen, who wrote "The Snow Queen", the basis of Frozen.

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Trivia: When Olaf just starts to sing "When I Am Older" count for about 10 seconds and watch the fire jump from tree to tree. If you watch the right side of the screen closely at the 10 seconds point, you can see the fire briefly take the form of Mickey's head.

Trivia: Olaf looking for his friends and ending with "Sven? Samantha? I don't even know a Samantha!" may well be a very obscure reference to the BBC radio comedy panel show "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue". The (fictional) scorer Samantha is occasionally "replaced" by an equally fictional scorer called Sven.

Trivia: During "Into the Unknown", Elsa spins around and makes a circle of ice. Two other circles briefly appear above it, making a "hidden Mickey".

Continuity mistake: When Anna's singing "The next right thing" she puts a bag on her shoulder, with the strap on top of her hair. After the camera spins round her, her hair is suddenly on top of the strap. This bears a strong similarity to the mistake in the original Frozen where Elsa's hair passes through her shoulder - might be a deliberate nod, or else animating hair around objects is difficult enough that shortcuts are often taken.

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Anna: Has Elsa seemed weird to you?
Kristoff: She... seems like Elsa.

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Question: During the song "Some Things Never Change", Elsa was making things with her magic for the kids. A boy was given an ice bear doll and the next little girl whispered to Elsa who made some kind of tool made of ice for her. What was that?

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Chosen answer: It's called a "sextant." It's a celestial navigation tool used by sailors.


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