50 Easter Eggs Hidden In Disney Movies We Bet You Didn’t Notice –




In Up (2009) the color pink was used to represent Ellie. After her funeral, Carl returned to their house and pink slowly faded from the shot.


In Hercules (1997) when Hercules first walks into Phil’s cabin he hits his head on the mast of the Argo. In the original myth, Jason, the captain of the Argo, was killed when the mast hit his head.

The Incredibles

In The Incredibles (2004) Frozone isn’t using a pet name in the line “Honey, where’s my super suit?” – it’s his wife’s first name.

The Little Mermaid

In ‘The Little Mermaid’ (1989) Ursula uses a butterfly (a symbol of transformation and mimicry) in the potion to transform herself into ‘Vanessa’ – which is a genus of butterfly.


In Coco when Miguel is about to cross the border to the land of the dead a skeleton that looks like Pablo Escobar is handing a small (possibly illegal) package to another skeleton who is about to cross the border.


In Aladdin, the Genie writes Aladdin’s order from right to left, which is how Arabic would be actually written.

Toy Story

In Pixar’s 1995 Toy Story, the next launch timer in Pizza Planet is a count down until Woody lights the fuse on Buzz’s Rocket in the end.

Finding Nemo

The dentist in ‘Finding Nemo’ (2003) emerges from the bathroom immediately after flushing and goes to work in his patient’s mouth without washing his hands.


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

Monster’s Inc

In Monster’s Inc (2001) Mike has 3 sticky note reminders to file his paperwork in his locker, which he later forgets to do, driving the plot of the movie

Spirited Away

In Spirited Away (2001), the Radish Spirit rides past his floor so that Chihiro doesn’t have to travel through the bathhouse alone.


In Moana (2016), Tamatoa may have had help collecting all of his treasures, he has the Genie’s lamp from Aladdin.


In Inside-Out, in Imagination Land, the house of cards has face cards resembling Riley and her parents.

Beauty and the Beast

In Beauty and the Beast (1991), you can see little skulls in his eyes as he falls to his death.

Goofy Movie

In A Goofy Movie, during the photo studio scene, when Goofy sets the shutter and the flash goes off, the girl’s eyes briefly turn red, which actually happens in real life when light reflects off from behind your retina and back.


In WALL-E, some of the captains of the luxury spaceship served for more than a hundred years, indicating an increase in life expectancy.

Cars 2

In Cars 2 (2011) while in a pub in London there is a tapestry on the wall that is the DunBroch family tapestry from Brave (2012), except they are portrayed as cars.

Ralph breaks the Internet

In Ralph breaks the Internet, when Ralph goes to eBay one of the pop-ups says that sassy housewives want to meet you and in the picture of the pop-up is aunt Cass from big hero 6.


In Zootopia, Nick’s handkerchief was part of his Scout uniform from when he was a cub.


In Ratatouille, Chef Skinner twists the wine bottle when pouring a glass of wine which is done to avoid wine dripping down the side.

Treasure Planet

In Treasure Planet, there is a Stitch figure/plush on the shelf in young Jim Hawkin’s bedroom.

A Bug’s Life

In A Bug’s Life (1998) Manny, a mantis, is married to Gypsy, a butterfly because if he was married to another mantis, he might not have survived their wedding night. Sexual cannibalism in praying mantis occurs 15-30% of the time.

101 Dalmatians

In 101 Dalmatians (1961), the pup Lucky has spots on his back in the shape of a lucky horseshoe.


In Ratatouille, when Linguini is chopping leeks for the soup you can see a green smear on the cutting board that actually happens when cutting green vegetables. Also, his bite marks are still there from when Remy bit him a couple of days before.


In Wreck-it-Ralph (2012), the arcade’s sign celebrates “Svzy’s” (Suzy) 5th birthday. In Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018), the sign is celebrating Svzy’s 11th birthday, indicating the six years elapsed between the two movies.

The Aristocats

In The Aristocats, the basset hound sleeps in a bassinet.

Toy Story

The gas station from Toy Story where Woody and Buzz fight is run by Dinoco a major race sponsor in Cars films.


In Cars (2006) the member of Lightning McQueen’s pit crew who insists that his name isn’t Chuck is listed as “Not Chuck” in the end credits.

Lilo & Stitch

In Lilo & Stitch (2002) Lilo believes Pudge the fish controls the weather. Her parents were killed in a car accident caused by treacherous rain and she feeds him sandwiches to appease him, in hopes another accident will not happen like the one that took her parents.

The Brave Little Toaster

In The Brave Little Toaster, all of the walls in the cottage are cleaned only as high as Blanky can reach.

Monster’s University

In Monster’s University above Randall’s bed is an inspirational poster that he quotes in Monster’s Inc.

Oliver & Company

In Oliver & Company (1988) one of Fagin’s watches features Mickey Mouse on it.

Toy Story 3

In Toy Story 3, Buzz Lightyear’s batteries are exposed showing the Buy n Large brand, the same company responsible for making WALL·E.

The Lion King

In The Lion King Rafiki said, “ Oh yes, the past can hurt… But the way I see it, you can either run from it or learn from it.” By using the same move Nala used to pin Simba on two (technically 3) separate occasions earlier in the movie, Simba defeats Scar.

Finding Dory

In the after credits scene of Finding Dory, Jacques’ bag is the cleanest because he is a cleaner shrimp.

James and the Giant Peach

In ‘James and the Giant Peach’ (1996), Jack Skellington from ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ (1993) plays the captain of the ghost ship James runs into in the icy waters.

The Little Mermaid

In The Little Mermaid, there is a hidden Mickey inside the contract while Ursula is presenting it to Ariel.

Big Hero 6

In Big Hero 6, Stan Lee makes an appearance as Fred’s dad. It doesn’t end at a familiar look either, Lee also voiced the character.

Emperor’s New Groove

In The Emperor’s New Groove, when Yzma and Kronk beat Kuzco and Pacha to Yzma’s lair and they can’t explain it, they have fallen into a plot hole.

The Rescuers

In Disney’s The Rescuers (1977), Orville the Albatross is seen using a runway and requires a running start before taking flight. This is because albatrosses in real life also require a running start due to their significant size and weight.



In ‘Mulan’ (1998), shortly after the song ‘A Girl Worth Fighting For’, Mulan finds a girl really worth fighting for.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

In The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), a man can be seen shaking out the magic carpet from Aladdin, Belle from Beauty and the Beast walking down the street reading a book and a warthog that resembles Pumbaa from The Lion King being carried on a spit.

Meet the Robinsons

In the beginning of Meet the Robinsons, when Lewis is on the roof, there’s a billboard in the background advertising a Sci-Fi movie called “Brain Scanners from Mars” foreshadowing Goob’s bowler hat mind-control plot.

Atlantis: The Lost Empire

In ‘Atlantis: The Lost Empire’, Mr. Whitmore crosses his fingers at launch. Showing that his reasons are not about holding up his end of the bet.

Brother Bear

In Brother Bear, Nemo can be seen amongst the fish.


In Disney’s Atlantis, King Nedakh is blind because he stared at the crystal during the sinking of Atlantis.

Cars 3

In Cars 3, in the background, there is a team sponsored by Apple carrying the number 84, the year that the Macintosh was released.

Nightmare Before Christmas

In The Nightmare Before Christmas, Zero’s nose is a Jack-O-Lantern.

The Good Dinosaur

In the movie, “The Good Dinosaur” (2015), in the intro, Earth’s continent isn’t fully separated, that’s because that scene takes place 65 million years ago, when Pangea had just separated.

Princess and the Frog

In Disney’s “Princess and the Frog” (2009), when Dr. Facilier is showing Prince Naveen his future the money pile on the tarot card is in the shape of a lily pad.














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