Parents need to know that Olaf's Frozen Adventure is a half-hour holiday short based on characters from Frozen. It features a talking snowman's quest to find new holiday traditions for his friends Elsa and Anna. It's sweet and suitable for younger children and whole-family viewing, with a few caveats. There are a few scenes young or sensitive kids may find scary: Sven the reindeer and Olaf slide down a mountain and over a giant chasm; the sleigh they were pulling falls into the gorge. In other scenes, Olaf is chased through the woods by big wolves with big teeth, and he melts in a sauna (no Frosty the Snowman trauma here, though: He is quickly revived when his friends collect the water and throw him into the snow). There are also a few off-color references that equate a fruitcake with poop (Olaf eats it and it appears, steaming, behind him, at which point he says, "It went right through me!"). Olaf also says "Oh, darn it" once. Otherwise, this special is sweet and mild, with great messages about family togetherness and enjoying Christmas, Hanukkah, and wintertime.