The soundtrack for "Frozen," driven by such songs as "Let It Go" and "For the First Time in Forever," had sold 3 million copies by the summer of 2014, making it one of the top-performing albums of the year.
"Frozen" has also accumulated a box office tally of more than $1.27 billion, including $873 million internationally. That's a heck of a return on the film's budget, which was $150 million. The story was based on the Hans Christian Andersen tale "The Snow Queen."
"Frozen" spent two weekends as the US box office's No. 1 movie and 16 weeks in the top 10.
DVD and Blu-ray sales have been just as outstanding. The film has sold 7.6 million DVDs and another 6.5 million on Blu-ray.
The awards haven't just been financial. "Frozen" won two Oscars, including best animated feature. It was accepted by producer Peter Del Vecho and directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck.
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Robert Lopez, right, became the youngest EGOT recipient -- the winner of an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony -- when he won the best original song Oscar for "Let It Go." He co-wrote the song with his wife, Kristen Anderson-Lopez.
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The voices of Kristen Bell (Anna, left) and Idina Menzel (Elsa) are all over the "Frozen" soundtrack, which spent 13 weeks at the top of Billboard's album chart.
Idina Menzel's version of "Let It Go" hit No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100.
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Five "Frozen" characters joined the ABC series "Once Upon a Time," including Elsa, who's played by Georgina Haig.
Disney quickly added the Anna and Elsa characters to its theme parks. The wait to meet the two got to be as long as six hours at Epcot and almost as long at Disneyland.
Type " 'Let It Go' parodies" into Google, and the search engine will return 29,900,000 results. There aren't that many parodies -- fortunately -- but there are definitely hundreds, including "A Frozen Father" (above).