43 Secrets Disney Hid Into All Of Their Films. I Can’t Believe I Never Noticed Any Of These!


Disney has played a significant roles in all our lives. Whether we’re kids that grew up watching Disney or even adults or parents who accompanied our kids to Disney movies, we’ve all been touched by the beautiful message and morals that Disney movies try to teach us.

However, we’ve probably never noticed the countless secrets hidden in many of the films. Even if you’ve watched every single Disney movie, you’ve probably missed most of these unbelievable easter eggs. It’s hard to believe how many times we’ve watched Disney movies but never noticed or realized these things.

1. In ” Sorcerer’s Apprentice”, the sorcerer’s name is Yen Sid, which is Disney spelled backwards.


2. At the end of “Frozen”, Disney included a statement about Kristoff’s belief that all men eat their own boogers.


3. Sid, a character in the original “Toy Story”, makes a cameo as a garbage man in “Toy Story 3′.


4. The lion in Hercules looks similar to Scar from “The Lion King” doesn’t it?


5. The vultures in the “Jungle Book” were supposed to be voiced by the Beatles, but due to scheduling conflicts, that never happened.


6. There is a postcard from “Up” that can be seen in “Toy Story 3” on Andy’s board.


7. Marilyn Monroe makes an appearance in the music video “Zero To Hero” in “Hercules”. Do you see her?


8. Have you noticed how many Disney characters don’t have mothers? Walt Disney was haunted by his guilt over his mother’s death. She passed away in 1938 in the home Walt purchased for her after a faulty heating system caused carbon monoxide poisoning.


9. Wayne Allwine and Russi Taylor, the voices of Mickey And Minnie, are married in real life.


10. The secret code “A113” can be found in many Disney and Pixar films.


11. It’s the room number for the classroom at the California Institute of Arts where many animators first learned their craft.


12. Abraham Lincoln is actually a blood relative of Tom Hanks, who voices Woody in “Toy Story”.


13. The heretic from “Hunchback of Notre Dame” is also Jafar from “Aladdin” in his old man disguise.

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14. Disney recycles their animations to save time.


15. Thanks to this strategy, Robin Hood only had a budget of 1.5 million.


16. According to the animator behind Beast, he had a little bit of everything.


17. Did you ever think the lions in “Lion King” sounded more like tigers than lions? You were right! Tigers were used instead of lions because their roar was louder.


18. See the resemblance between Aladdin and Tom Cruise? How about between Ariel and Alyssa Milano? The characters were modeled after real life actors.

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19. Boo in “Monsters, Inc” was voiced by a toddler. The production team followed her around while she played just to get audio clips.


20. These muses from “Hercules” are in the exact same position in the “Haunted Mansion” ride at Disneyland.


21. The peddler in Aladdin was supposed to be revealed as the Genie by the end of the movie. That’s why they were both voiced by Robin Williams and both have 4 fingers.

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22. Most Pixar films reference Apple, which was founded by Pixar’s founder, Steve Jobs.


23. This book in “Toy Story 2” is so expensive in Canada


24. This scene in “Frozen” took 132 hours to create.


25. That’s Dug from “Up”, making an appearance as a shadow in “Ratatouille”


26. Somehow a topless photo appeared in the video release of “The Rescuers”, which resulted in 3.4 million copies being recalled by Disney.


27. “Monsters, Inc.” makes an appearance in “Brave”


28. This woman in “Brave” is also whittling the Pizza Truck from “Toy Story”.


It also appears in “Wall-E”.


As well as in “Cars”, “Bug’s Life”, “Ratatouille”, “Monsters, Inc”, “Up”, and “Finding Nemo”

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28. Wall-E is named after its creator, Walter Elias Disney.


29. This scene from “Atlantis: The Lost Empire” was a combination of 24-inch pieces of paper into one massive piece which measured 18,000 inches by completion.

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30. In one scene from “Tarzan”, a plushie falls from the professor’s pocket. It’s Little Brother from “Mulan”!


31. In “Tarzan”, the china set from “Beauty and the Beast” makes an appearance.


32. Real cosmetics were used on the animated cells of Snow White to giver her a natural skin tone.


33. Sulley from “Monsters, Inc” has more than 2.3 million animated hairs on his body. A single frame of him took 12 hours to render.


34. This toolbox in “Toy Story” is the same toolbox Tim Allen uses in “Home Improvement”


35. Walt Disney kept live animals in his studios so animators could use them as reference.


36. Mortimer Mouse was the original name for Mickey. Walt’s wife convinced him to change it because Mortimer sounded pompous.


37. The voice of Optimus of Prime from “Transformers” also is the voice of Eeyore.


38. This is Walt Disney’s honorary Oscar for Snow White.


39. “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” was originally meant to be sung by Timon and Pumba.


40. In the film “101 Dalmatians”, Pongo has 72 spots, and Perdita has 68


41. A biologist sued Disney for it’s portrayal of Hyenas in “The Lion King”.


42. Some additional dwarf names were considered but didn’t make the cut in Snow white: Jumpy, Deafy, Dizzy, Wheezy, Hickey, Baldy, Gabby, Nifty, Sniffy, Swift, Lazy, Puffy, Stuffy, Tubby, Shorty, and Burpy.


43. Bernard from “The Rescuers” fears the number 13. This is an actual condition called “triskaidekaphobia”.


Whoever discovered these hidden gems in the movies must be a genius… or bored enough to actually do a deep-analysis on every Disney movie. I mean, who would have paused to count just how many spots were on each dog in “101 Dalmatians”? In any case, it’s time to rewatch these movies!

Please SHARE these fun Disney easter eggs with everyone you know. I bet all your friends will be surprised.

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