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The Snow Queen!
Walt Disney originally commissioned a film in the early 1940s, but the company didn't actually begin pre-production until the late nineties.
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Did you ever recognize Rapunzel (next to Flynn Ryder) in the chopped brown hair? Well, it's her!
It may be a mouthful, but the Nærøyfjord of Sognefjord inspired the Disney designers for the film.
Surprisingly only two!
For Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song for "Let It Go" might I add.
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Officially making the day a perfect one.
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Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee
And what a masterpiece they created.
"The Snow Queen" was published in 1844.
And although many character weren't in the original material including Olaf, it was released in the 19th century.
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Toy Story 3!
Sorry Woody. And although "Minions" is the second highest grossest animated film of all-time, its release wasn't until two years after Frozen premiered.