“Frozen Sing-Along Edition” Available on DVD and Digital – November 18, 2014

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Earlier this year, Disney released “Frozen Sing-Along” to theaters. By all accounts, many fans enjoyed that version of the hit musical comedy, and now you can experience it with your friends and family at home this fall. Disney is releasing the “Frozen Sing-Along Edition” on November 18, 2014.

In the trailer, you can see the lyrics displayed as you follow along easily with a bouncing Frozen snowflake.

The full press release is below and includes additional information about the release:

Disney Lights Up Your Holidays With An All-New to DVD Frozen Sing-Along Edition

Arriving on DVD and Digital – November 18 

Film Synopsis:                  Experience Frozen, the hit musical comedy from Walt Disney Animation Studios, like never before in a new to DVD, full-length Sing-Along Edition! Follow the lyrics with a bouncing Frozen snowflake. Join Anna as she sets off on an epic journey – teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff and a snowman named Olaf – to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Arendelle in eternal winter. It’s pure enchantment – and full of fun for the whole family! 

Voice Cast:                              Kristen Bell (“Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” “Hit & Run,” Showtime’s “House of Lies,” Broadway’s “The Crucible”) as Anna; Idina Menzel (Broadway’s “Wicked” and “Rent,” “Enchanted”) as Elsa; Jonathan Groff (2013 Sundance Film Festival’s “C.O.G,”  “Taking Woodstock,” Fox’s “Glee,” Broadway’s “Spring Awakening”) as mountain man Kristoff; Josh Gad (“The Internship,” “Love & Other Drugs,” Broadway’s “The Book of Mormon”) as the lovable snowman Olaf; Santino Fontana (Broadway’s “Cinderella,” “Brighton Beach Memoirs,” “Billy Elliot”) as Hans; Alan Tudyk (King Candy in “Wreck-It Ralph,” “42”) as the Duke of Weselton; Ciarán Hinds (“Game of Thrones”) as Pabbie & Chris Williams (“Bolt,”) as Oaken

Directors:                                Chris Buck (Oscar®-winner “Frozen” – Best Animated Feature, Oscar®-nominated films “Tarzan,” “Surf’s Up”) & Jennifer Lee (Oscar®-winner “Frozen” – Best Animated Feature,  screenwriter of the Oscar®-nominated “Wreck-It Ralph” and the first female director in Disney Animation feature history)

Producer:                               Peter Del Vecho (Oscar®-winner “Frozen” – Best Animated Feature, “The Princess and the Frog,” “Winnie the Pooh”)

Screenplay by:                   Jennifer Lee (“Wreck-It Ralph”)

Original Songs by:         Kristen Anderson-Lopez (Oscar®-winner “Frozen” – Original Song “Let It Go,” “In Transit,” “Winnie the Pooh”) & Robert Lopez   (Oscar®-winner “Frozen” – Original Song “Let It Go,” Tony® Award winner – “The Book of Mormon,” “Avenue Q”)

Original Score                   Christophe Beck (“The Hangover” movies, Oscar®-winning short “Paperman”)

Composed by: 

Release Dates:                  November 18, 2014 (Direct Prebook: 9/23; Distributor Prebook: 10/7)

Packaging:                          1-Disc DVD and Digital

Disc Features:                                     Breaking The Ice (ALL-NEW)

Sing Along Version of the Film

Original Theatrical Version of the Film

“Get a Horse!” Mickey Mouse Short 

Feature Run Time:       Approx. 102-minutes

Rated:                                      US: PG / Canada: G (CE and CF)

Aspect Ratio:                      2.39:1 • Enhanced for 16×9 Televisions

Sound:                                    English 5.1 and DVS 2.0 Dolby Digital; Spanish and French 5.1 Dolby Digital Language Tracks

Languages/Subtitles:                        English SDH, Spanish and French Subtitles (Applies To Film Content Only)

Bryan Moore

Bryan is a theme park and coaster enthusiast. He enjoys spending time at his favorite parks in Central Florida: Walt Disney World and Universal Studios. In addition to theme parks, Bryan enjoys movies and gaming.

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