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‘Frozen’ Merchandise Debuts at Disney Parks Just in Time for Film’s Release Next Week

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22 November 2013 No Comment

With just one week to go before Frozen is released in theaters nationwide, a new line of merchandise featuring characters from the film has debuted at the Disney Parks.

Disney Theme Park Merchandise has teamed with the Disney Store to create new Disney Animator’s dolls featuring Anna and Elsa, and there is also a new plush Olaf the Snowman toy and Sven the reindeer.

Pin collectors will want to get the limited edition opening day pin that is being release at select locations at the Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort. The pin was released November 21 and has an edition size of 2,500.

Vinylamtion is releasing two limited edition figures today – November 22 – at the D Street locations in Florida and California. The two-figure limited edition set features Anna and Elsa has an edition size of 1,500. There is also a 3-inch Olaf being sold as a Vinylmation “Eachz.” It comes in a mystery box with an edition size of 2,500. Olaf in the summer is the rare figure, while Olaf in the winter is the more common figure.

In other Frozen news, a new segment featuring clips and music from the film debuted this week in the Celebrate the Magic projection show at the Magic Kingdom. The segment transforms Cinderella’s Castle into the castle of Arendelle while Princess Elsa sings “Let It Go.” Little princesses can visit the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique and receive a special Frozen makeover, and in Epcot fans can meet Anna and Elsa at their new meet-and-greet location in the Norway Pavilion.

The Frozen segment in Celebrate the Magic is a Limited Time Magic event and will only be part of the show until January 4, 2014.

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