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so cute!!!”Voices of Young Elsa & Anna” Clip – The Story of Frozen: Making a Disney Animated Classic

See who voiced young Anna & Elsa in Frozen. Tune in September 2 at 8pm on ABC to go behind the scenes, get a glimpse at the next chapter for the characters, and see an exclusive sneak peek of Big Hero 6!
Viewers will get a rare look inside Walt Disney Animation Studios and unprecedented access to the creative team that brought “Frozen” to life. Throughout the one-hour special, the audience will hear from “Frozen” stars Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel, the directors, songwriters, producer, artists and chief creative officer John Lasseter—the team who dreamed of making a cherished Hans Christian Andersen story into a big-screen animated musical. Viewers will take a journey to the beautiful Norwegian villages and landscapes that inspired the look of the fictional kingdom of Arendelle and see images and footage from the research trips to Norway, Quebec and points beyond that helped create the film’s unforgettable look and feel.
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For the Dancing and the Dreaming – How to Train your Dragon 2


This is the song that Valka and Stoick sing in How To Train Your Dragon 2
Song written by: John Powell
Performed by: Gerard Butler, and Cate Blanchett

Pictures are screenshots from the movie I found on google images
Hey Guys just a side note; please do not reveal spoilers in the comments! I’ve already seen it and know and cried my eyes out, but let’s not ruin it for some people okay? Please and thank you :3.tumblr_n7bgfvYQRK1rmr071o3_500

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The meme started as a fifteen frame Flash animation loop showing Mai and Mii, characters of the Japanese visual novel Popotan doing a hip swing dance with their hands over their heads to imitate rabbit ears, and the chorus of the sped up version of the song "Caramelldansen" sung by Malin and Katia from Swedish music group Caramell. The sped up version of the song is now known as "Caramelldansen (SpeedyCake Remix)

Hiccup Toothless and Astrid Great Dance and Cute |Caramelldansen

Hiccup Toothless and Astrid Great Dance and Cute Popotan first appeared as a Japanese PC game on December 12, 2002. After the anime was aired from July 17 to October 2, 2003, short GIF animations clips were created from the opening of the game and posted on the internet.[1] It was not long before parts from the introduction of the PC game were captured too. Caramelldansen is also known as the “Uma uma dance” (ウマウマダンス?) in Japan

As the Caramelldansen video gained popularity, it became a meme. Artists and fans started to copy the animation and include other characters performing the dance. Its boom began at the end of 2007 in Japan (known as the “Uma uma Boom”) where an explosion of different Caramelldansen iterations appeared in the Japanese video-sharing site Nico Nico Douga.[3] The meme soon after spread to YouTube and became a global phenomena. By 2008, one critic derided YouTube as a chasm filled with “endless versions of ‘Caramelldansen
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original concept art: water little dragon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daUbkKfIJUc Hiccup's Night Fury?Terrible Terror? http://beauty.hibarn.com/2014/04/27/%E3%80%90reviews%E3%80%91the-art-of-how-to-train-your-dragon-1/

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Dragons Riders of Berk|all 40

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DreamWorks Dragons is an American computer-animated television series based on the 2010 film How to Train Your Dragon. The series serves as a bridge between the first film and its 2014 sequel.

A one hour preview consisting of two episodes aired on August 7, 2012, on Cartoon Network, with the official premiere of the series on September 4, 2012.A total of 40 episodes aired on Cartoon Network during the first two seasons, subtitled Riders of Berk and Defenders of Berk respectively. Beginning with spring 2015, new seasons of the series will debut on Netflix.

DreamWorks Dragons was announced by Cartoon Network on October 12, 2010.[6] Unlike previous DreamWorks Animation TV series spin-offs, it is much darker and deeper, like the film. It is the first DreamWorks Animation series created for Cartoon Network instead of Nickelodeon.[7]

The series features Jay Baruchel, America Ferrera, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, T. J. Miller and David Tennant reprising their roles from the How to Train Your Dragon film. New cast members includes Julie Marcus and Andree Vermeulen as Ruffnut (who was previously voiced by Kristen Wiig), Zack Pearlman as Snotlout (who was previously voiced by Jonah Hill), Chris Edgerly as Gobber the Belch (who was previously voiced by Craig Ferguson), and Nolan North as Stoick the Vast (who was previously voiced by Gerard Butler).Making-of-Dreamworks-Dragons-Riders-of-Berk-13

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