27 Easter Eggs You Never Noticed In Classic Disney Movies
Disney movies are full of magic, wonder, and great music. If you grew up in the last 20 years or have young children in the family, you are probably an expert on Disney animation. These movies are so entertaining and magical that it's hard not to get addicted and watch them over and over again. You certainly know all the songs, can pick any princess from the lineup, and even know that Disney has a long history of sneaking Easter eggs into their movies. But can you spot them all? Definitely not! There are so many Easter eggs, some so hard to spot that we're sure even a Disney movie expert like you missed them. But don't worry. We're here for you and we'll let you know what you've been missing out on. Here are 15 Disney Easter eggs you've probably never noticed! Scroll down for more details!
#1 Image of Mulan Poster in Lilo and Stitch
#2 Lotso's evil associate, from Toy Story 3, is in a girl's room in Up
#3 In the evening barking scene from 101 Dalmatians (1961), we can see three famous dogs appearing a few years earlier in another feature film. Indeed, we can notice Lady, the Tramp, and Peggy, from the movie Lady and the Tramp (1955) coming along with other dogs in this scene
#4 In Coco, there are Buzz and Woody toys hanging in the town streets.
#5 Andy's room in Toy Story 3 has a postcard from Carl and Ellie from Up.
#6 Rajah, princess Jasmine's pet tiger in Aladdin, briefly became Mickey Mouse
#7 Pinocchio appears here above Flynn.
#8 Beast from "Beauty in the Beast" is hanging out in the menagerie of figures Jasmine's dad the Sultan is seen stacking.
#9 Pumbaa can be seen as a gargoyle in The Hunchback of Notre Dame
#10 Scars appear in Hercules. When he's posing for a vase, he's wearing lion fur that happens to be Scar's.
#11 David's jewelry in Lilo & Stitch resembles Maui's fish hook from Moana.
#12 One of the vehicles in Cars 3 becomes homesick while training in the training center. We can see the city from which he hails: Santa Cecilia, which was featured in the film Coco.
#13 If you look closely at the two elephant sisters that appear in this scene for a bit, they are wearing Anna and Elsa's dresses from "Frozen"!
#14 Since Maui has no control over his transformation in Shiney's cave, he suddenly transforms into Sven from Frost - both of them look surprised and we guess that wasn't intentional.
#15 Humans skin monsters and turn them into toilet seat covers, according to Randall in Monsters, Inc. Sulley's fur may be seen on the toilet seat in the short Partysaurus Rex.
#16 In the catchy song You're Welcome, we have a joyful reunion with one of our favorite fish, Tumble from The Little Mermaid - albeit in a slightly different animated form.
#17 If there's one character that rivals Stitch for the most cameos in other Disney movies, it's Dumbo! Here, the big-eared elephant is refashioned into a bubble toy, sitting among the other playthings in the Toy Shop in The Great Mouse Detective.
#18 In Zootopia, the Genie's lamp can be seen at the Naturalist Club.
#19 In Toy Story, Buzz and Woody stop at a Dinoco gas station, which is the brand that Lightning McQueen tries to get sponsored by in Cars.
#20 In one of the Frozen scenes, you can find Rapunzel, who turns out to be at Anna and Elsa's castle with Eugene.
#21 In Monsters, Inc., Boo tries to give Sully a stuffed Nemo toy.
#22 In Big Hero 6, Baymax blows up a statue of Hans from Frozen while training.
#23 In The Hunchback of Notre-Dame (1996), we can see a somewhat familiar passerby on the streets of Paris. It is true that Belle is always very busy reading one of her novels.
#24 Mrs. Potts, Chip, and the rest of the Beauty and the Beast tea set find their way into the campsite as Jane's fine china in Tarzan.
#25 Magic Flower in Tangled and Flower in Moana
#26 "A113" is featured in every Pixar film, and it reflects the room number of the graphic design studio where many Pixar animators studied.
#27 In most Disney Pixar movies (1985-2020) there's always a scene that shows this yellow "pizza planet" delivery car and some of them are so hard to notice.
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