Frozen

Continuity mistake: When Anna, Kristoff and Olaf get thrown by Marshmallow, Anna does not have her hat on when they are sliding, yet her hat is back on in the next shot.

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Continuity mistake: When Anna and Kristoff fall off the cliff after being chased, they are still tied by the rope. When they land the rope is gone.

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Revealing mistake: After visiting the merchant, Kristoff's guitar has four strings, but only three tuning pegs.

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Suggested correction: In the close up it shows when it does a close up of his face you can see that the string is tied where the peg would be.

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Trivia: In the scene where Anna is going outside the gates in "For The First Time in Forever", if you look quickly enough, you can see the backs of Flynn and Rapunzel, from "Tangled".

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Trivia: You can spot the 85-year-old mouse in the quickest of cameos in "Frozen" at a place Anna discovers after she ventures into the cold forest. A tiny Mickey Mouse plush toy sits on one of the lower shelves in Wandering Oaken's Trading Post and Sauna.

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Trivia: At the end of the film, after the credits, there's a short little bit at the end with the snow monster.

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Olaf: I can't feel my legs! I can't feel my legs!
Kristoff: Those are my legs.

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Lily Harrison

Olaf: Hi, everyone. I'm Olaf and I like warm hugs!

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Olaf: Winter's a good time to stay in and cuddle, but put me in summer and I'll be a...[looks at puddle, then jumps over it] happy snowman!

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Question: What does Anna say in the lock of the door at the end of the song "Do You Want to Build A Snowman"?

Breanna Lawton

Chosen answer: "It doesn't have to be a snowman."

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Question: Since the gloves do a good job at hiding Elsa's powers, why would she need to stay away from Anna?

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Chosen answer: They don't restrict her powers, as made obvious by the snow and ice in her room when she's locked in it. They just hide the obvious effects on her hands to try and keep her from thinking about it.

Greg Dwyer

Question: What does Olaf mean by asking, "Who's the funky-looking donkey?" Was he referring to Krisftoff? Olaf initially mistakes Krisftoff to have the same name as Sven and does not learn his real name until he meets the trolls. Why doesn't Krisftoff or Anna correct him about Kristoff's name?

Chosen answer: It's a joke. He asks who the funny looking donkey is, meaning Kristoff. Everyone assumes he's talking about Sven.

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