Olaf (New Eiffel)

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Olaf is a plush toy that resides in the Principality of New Eiffel. The plush is a toy is from the 2013 Disney film Frozen, and was first seen in New Eiffel's new film ratings: What you need to know; a video produced by Zarel Smith and Jayden Lycon for the Cupertino Alliance regarding the changes to film ratings in New Eiffel. He currently resides behind a bell and in front of the American and Algerian flag, in Zarel Smith's residence, Main Building, New Leeds.[1]

History

The plush toy was manufactured in China and sold under Hasbro as merchandise for Disney's Frozen II. The plush was likely obtained directly by Disney, and Olaf was added as an inclusion in a goodie bag for the purpose of being promotional merchandise for the 2019 Childnet Film Competition which was held in July, an event which Disney solely sponsored. Olaf was included to promote Disney's upcoming film Frozen II, which was later released on 22 November 2019. As Smith was a finalist in the film competition for his role in the fantasy comedy InterYet to Come, Smith received a goodie bag, which included Olaf. Smith preceded to take Olaf home and placed him in his new residence in New Eiffel.

Career

Olaf was first seen on 21 April 2020 in New Eiffel's new film ratings: What you need to know; a video produced by Zarel Smith and Jayden Lycon for the Cupertino Alliance regarding the changes to film ratings in New Eiffel.[1] Olaf than gained notability from this, both in, and outside of New Eiffel.

Videography

Year Title Notes
2020 New Eiffel's new film ratings: What you need to know Video for the Cupertino Alliance regarding the changes to film ratings in New Eiffel[1]

Appearance

The plush toy looks like Olaf; it is 13.5 inches (34 cm), and made of polyester with a satin tooth, felt twigs and a polyester carrot nose.[2]

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Smith, Zarel & Lycon, Jayden. (21 April 2020) New Eiffel's new film ratings: What you need to know on YouTube. Retrieved 12 July 2020.
  2. Toy description at Amazon. Retrieved 12 July 2020.