Re-enactment of the scenes in Frozen where Anna first meets Olaf, as a living snowman. I have taken liberties with the actual scenes in the movie, to simplify them and to allow for the capabilities of the dolls. Olaf is my new Pull-Apart Olaf Plush. Anna is the 17'' Limited Edition Disney Store doll released in March 2014, in an edition size of 5000. She is wearing her Snow Gear (or Winter) outfit, which is appropriate in these scenes with Olaf.
I just got my Olaf Pull-Apart Plush, from Disney Movie Rewards. He is the smallest of my Olaf plushes, at 8 1/2'' to the top of his head, or 10 1/2'' to the top of his hair. He cost $9.95. I ordered him a month ago (April 12) and got him today (May 16). He has a total of six removable pieces, held together with Velcro. Namely his head, his nose, his upper body, his arms, and his lower body (including his legs). He is very soft, and has the same design as the other Disney Olaf plush dolls. The Velcro works pretty well to keep his various parts together, but it takes a bit of patience and trial and error to get all the parts close to their original positions. But I suppose being a snowman, it isn't necessary to get him exactly aligned. His body is much smaller than the similarly sized Small Olaf plush by the Disney Store, so he is much lighter. He is very stable sitting down, in his normal position. The Velcro fasteners allow his different parts to be posed as if they had rotating joints, so he is as posable as a plastic doll, except for his feet/legs, which have fixed positions in front of his lower body. It will be lots of fun to pose this plush with other members of my Frozen collection, especially to reproduce scenes from the movie.