Disney's "Frozen" won the top Annie Award along with several others Saturday night.
Walt Disney Animation Studio's box office blockbuster "Frozen" won the 41st Annie Award for animated flm Saturday evening at a ceremony at UCLA's Royce Hall.
The film, which is nominated for an Oscar for animated feature, also won the honors for directing for Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee; music for Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Robert Lopez and Christophe Beck; production design; and voice acting for Josh Gad as Olaf.
DreamWorks Animation's "The Croods" earned trophies for animated effects in an animated feature, character animation and character design.
MORE: Complete list of Annie Award winners and nominees
In other awards, Disney's "Get a Horse!" won for animated short subject; Pixar's "Monsters University" received honors in the storyboarding and editorial categories; "Futurama" received the Annie for best general audience animated TV/broadcast production; "The Last of Us" earned the honor for best animated video game; and Tom Kenny won for voice acting in an animated TV/broadcast production as the Ice King in the Cartoon Network's "Adventure Time."
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