Even animated movies/cartoons have hidden secrets in them if you pay attention.
Animated movies and Disney cartoons have touched our lives and we can’t ignore this fact. Animated movies and cartoons sometimes carry such a strong message that they leave the audience speechless. Like other famous movies, animated movies/cartoons have hidden secrets in them that not every viewer can understand. You need to be very experienced at this to go into the depth of the minor details and understand the purpose of things. Today, we have 15 movies/cartoons that have hidden secrets in them. Scroll down to unlock these secrets.
1. Chief Bogo wearing glasses in Zootopia.
Buffalos have a bad vision. In Zootopia, Chief Bogo (the buffalo) wore glasses to read the paper. Eyeglasses made the scene more realistic.
2. The appearance of Little Red Riding Hood in Shrek the Third.
In one of the scenes from Shrek the Third, Little Red Riding Hood can be seen. She was then seen with the bad guys and it seemed like she wants to be with Prince Charming. According to other sources, it could be because Shrek scared her at the beginning when Little Red Riding Hood knocked on their door during their honeymoon. She then ran away yelling when the Ogre opened the door.
3. Winds Of Change poster in Monsters University.
In one of the scenes from Monsters University, there was a “winds of change” poster on the wall. Looks like Randall remembered these words and in Monsters, Inc., he talks to Sully saying. “Do you hear that? It’s the winds of change.”
4. Scar’s claws in The Lion King were seen in every scene where he appeared. It was because he was ready to take the enemies at any time.
5. Timon and Pumbaa were seen in Leroy & Stitch (2006).
6. Hidden City Café in Monsters, Inc.
In Monsters, Inc., Sully and Mike walk past a café named “Hidden City Café” which is actually a real café in Richmond, California.
7. Mulan’s eyelashes.
At the beginning of the movie, Mulan had long eyelashes. When she pretended to be a man, her long eyelashes disappeared and as soon as she acts like a woman, she gets her big eyelashes again.
8. Inscription on Victoria’s piano in Corpse Bride.
Inscription on Victoria’s piano in Corpse Bride says “Harryhausen” which is a tribute to the legendary artist, Ray Harryhausen.
9. The numbers on the control panel in Monsters, Inc.
The numbers on the control panel in Monsters, Inc. was the main phone number for Pixar Animation Studios at the time the movie was released.
10. Aladdin’s order.
During the song, “Friend Like Me,” in the Disney movie Aladdin, when Genie takes Aladdin’s order, Genie writes “turkey pilaf” in Persian. It was done to match the Middle Eastern setting.
11. Elsa and Hans breathing in Frozen (2013).
In a scene from Frozen (2013), Elsa’s breathing shows no condensation but you can see the condensation of Hans’ breathing.
12. The “Monkeybone” slippers in Coraline (2009).
In Coraline (2009), the other father can be seen wearing the monkey bone slippers while Monkeybone was a comedy film released in 2001 by the same director Henry Selnick.
13. Ariel’s hair in The Little Mermaid.
In a scene from The Little Mermaid, where Ariel rescues Eric. She was backlit and her hair appeared as brown/black. This is exactly why Eric believed that he was rescued by Ursula.
14. Reference of Finding Nemo in Ratatouille.
We saw cans of Nemo brand CAVIAR in the pantry in Gusteau’s in Ratatouille which was a reference to Finding Nemo that Pixar also made.
During a scene in Anastasia (1997), a guy was seen limping. This might be Anastasia’s younger brother who was born with hemophilia, causing him to limp. Have you ever noticed any secret details in any Disney movies or cartoons? Comment down to let us know!