25 Disney Movie Easter Egg Gems You Might Have Missed

Disney movies are some of the most beautiful and pleasing films anyone of any age can enjoy throughout the year and for that reason you probably can’t watch them just once. And in repeatedly watching them you will eventually notice things you missed the first time or things the filmmakers might have snuck into the movie to stimulate your curiosity once you discovered them. We found 25 Disney Movie Easter Egg Gems You Might Have Missed. How many of these did you know?

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While filming Snow White and Bambi, Walt Disney kept a menagerie of animals on the studio lot as live reference for the animators. Now that’s a smart boss.

While filming Snow White and Bambi, Walt Disney kept a menagerie of animals on the studio lot as live reference for the animators. Now that’s a smart boss.
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Did you know that Aladdin’s facial features were drawn with Tom Cruise’s looks in mind and Ariel’s were based on Alyssa Milano’s? It’s 100 percent true.

Aladdin

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Have you ever thought about how Disney’s name would read spelled backwards? Well, the answer is Yen Sid—the name of the sorcerer in The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.

Yen Sid
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After the unexpected commercial success of Snow White, Walt Disney bought a home for his parents to show his appreciation. However, a faulty heating system in the home led to the death of his mother, Flora Disney, from carbon monoxide poisoning. Because of his guilt and sorrow, Walt intentionally made many of his early movie characters motherless.

Walt Disney

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Have you ever wondered why Wall-E is named Wall-E? Well, it’s because he’s named after Walter Elias Disney.

WALL-E


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