Secrets from Frozen

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If you are a kid in the U.S.A, chances are you have seen a Disney movie in your life. Easter Eggs very common in Disney movies. You may be wondering what an Easter Egg is. If so, an Easter Egg is an object, cameo, etc. that directors put in the movie to add something else for you to look for. Disney has many secrets hidden in their movies that you probably haven’t noticed. Here are some of the many Easter Eggs hidden in Disney’s Frozen.

 

In the song “First Time in Forever”  .When Anna is singing the song you can see a replica of a very famous painting that she poses as. Here is a link to the picture.(Picture #1 ) Another example of a painting that she poses as is from a tv show in the late 1900’s BBC miniseries.Here is the link for this picture. (Picture #2 ) Also in the song “First Time in Forever”, just outside the gate, you can see Rapunzel and Flynn from Tangled. There is also a cameo of Tiana from Disney’s Princess and the Frog outside the gate. I guess Disney was tired of making extras.

 

The next one is hard to spot, but Micky Mouse is in two bookshelves in the same song “First Time in Forever”. Disney loves to insert old characters into new characters. There is also a truffle stack that represents Vanellope Von Schweetz’s home in the game Sugar Rush in Wreck it Ralph. The truffles are shaped into a cola bottle which is the same shape and colors as her house in Wreck it Ralph.


There is a relation to Coppertone (Here is the link to the website) in Frozen. Coppertone is a sunscreen company that is very famous. When Olaf is singing “Summer” the camera turns to the left and you see a seagull tugging on a towel of a sand girl. In the original ad for Coppertone you see a girl that is having a dog pull down her towel.

 

Lots of companies have disclaimers at the end of the credits. A disclaimer is where they say no one got hurt during filming and other things like that. In Frozen Disney says this trying to see if you stick around to watch see it.“The view and opinions expressed by Kristoff in the film that all men eat their own boogers and are solely his own and do not necessarily reflect the view or opinions of The Walt Disney Company or the filmmakers. Neither The Walt Disney Company nor the filmmakers make any representation of the accuracy of such views or opinions.