You probably didn’t notice them to the first time around. But after you know where the secrets are, you’ll never be able to watch disney’s frozen the same way again.
Rapunzel and Flynn are on the scene for Elsa’s coronation? That’s not all. Wait until you see what else you missed.
Is the king and queen’s ship the same shipwreck we see at the bottom of the ocean in “The Little Mermaid”?
The sand girl on the left is a recreation of the playful Coppertone advertisements that used to run.
From “Frozen”, this is the ship of the King and Queen of Arendelle right before it sank.
The ship from “The Little Mermaid” sure does resemble the King and Queen’s ship…
The old Coppertone ad.
A mini version of Olaf can be seen in the ice cubes in his drink.
There’s an after-credits scene which shows that Marshmallow survived!
The original version of “The Swing.”
Concept art shows that Elsa was originally supposed to be the villain of the story.
That all changed with the conception of the song “Let It Go,” and Elsa was rewritten as a misunderstood, but well-meaning and ultimately good character.
There’s a hidden Mickey Mouse in Wandering Oaken’s store.
The penguin scene!
A Disney artist recreated the painting “The Swing” by Jean-Honoré Fragonard for this scene.
This scene might seem familiar to “Mary Poppins” fans.
The Land Of Sugar Rush from Wreck It Ralph appears in “Frozen”.