The Complex Disney Easter Eggs You Missed In ‘Frozen’

If you have children — or if you’re just a fan of whimsical fun like me and most of the people i know — you’ve probably seen “Frozen” more times than you care to count. But you were so busy learning and singing “Let It Go,” you most likely missed a series of incredible connections to other films in the Disney canon.

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It seems the Huffington Post has scooped them out just for us. Some of them are as simple as a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it glance of “Tangled” characters Rapunzel and Eugene attending Elsa’s coronation. Others pull you into a complex rabbit hole of the interconnected Disney universe, in which the characters of “Frozen,” “Tangled,” “Tarzan” and “Beauty and the Beast” all share an elaborate family history.

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But don’t worry, you don’t need to be a Disney detective to find all these hidden gems for yourself. HuffPost Live has done the heavy lifting and compiled them all into this handy video guide.  This was so interesting an a great way to see how Disney really brings all their characters together in some way. Would you have ever guessed that Elsa and Tarzan could have been brother and sister or that Ariel could have been apart of the frozen history. Check  out the video above to get the real scoop.

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