Olaf's first steps as he comes to life and searches for his identity in the snowy mountains outside Arendelle.
Did You Know?
When Olaf first wakes up after getting knocked down the hill by Elsa's cape, the lines he says about being alive and being able to juggle are a reference to Burl Ives' Frosty the Snowman (1951). Frosty can juggle, but Olaf cannot. See more
One of the pictures Oaken shows Olaf is of a beach scene with a beach ball shown. The beach ball wasn't invented until 1938. The picture also shows a plastic bucket and spade; plastic wasn't invented until 1907. See more
Welcome to Wandering Oaken's.
Hello, fuzzy man bear.
What do you need?
A sense of self.