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  • For an added level of fun for fans, movie and television shows have been known to include

  • easter eggs or subtle references that only the most eagle-eyed viewers will find. But,

  • Disney and Pixar take easter eggs and hidden details to another level. Here are Screen Rant's

  • 10 amazing hidden details in Disney films.

  • Frozen Figures

  • Frozen catapulted to massive popularity with the help of the catchy and inspirational song

  • "Let it Go," but the film also features a handful of references to previous Disney and Pixar

  • movies, like Rapunzel and Flynn Rider from Tangled attending Elsa's coronation. But you

  • have to look a lot closer to catch some of Frozen’s other nods to Monsters Inc. and Mickey himself.

  • At Wandering Oaken's Trading Post and Sauna, a wooden figurine of Mike

  • Wazowski can be seen sitting on the store’s counter, and a Micky Mouse doll is hidden

  • on another shelf. Anna only decides to buy winterwearwhich was probably the right

  • call.

  • King Triton's Guests

  • In the scene in The Little

  • Mermaid when King Triton makes his entrance in Atlantis to a room full of guests, many

  • have spotted Goofy and Mickey and Donald Duck sitting in the crowd. But, a second before they become

  • visible, Kermit the Frog is shown seated farther back in the audience, recognizable by his

  • green collar. We can only wonder why did Mickey and Kermit choose not to sit together?

  • Is there some kind of beef between them? I guess we'll never know.

  • Spinning Wheel

  • The folk tale Sleeping Beauty has been told and retold for centuries, but one element

  • that never changes is the princess pricking her finger on the spindle of her spinning wheel,

  • sending her into a deep sleep. The spinning wheel played a big part in Disney's version

  • too, with an evil witch behind the trap, until Prince Phillips saved her entire kingdom with

  • true love's kiss. But the spinning wheel apparently survived, since it can be seen in Rapunzel's

  • tower in the beginning of Tangled, connecting the two stories of Disney princesses trapped by a witch.

  • Wreck-It Ralph Cameos

  • To populate the behind-the-scenes world of arcade games in Wreck-It Ralph, animators

  • included tons of video game mascots and heroes. Bowser, Pac-Man, Sonic the Hedgehog, Q*bert,

  • and Frogger all make an appearance. But, in one wide shot of Game Central Station, two

  • characters unrelated to video games can be seen: Vladimir, one of Tangled’s thugs in

  • the Snuggly Duckling Pub, and Maximus, the proud palace horse are walking in opposite

  • directions in the station. There's also a dinosaur that closely resembles Tiny the T-Rex

  • from Meet the Robinsons, and those are only the easter eggs and cameos that fans have actually spotted.

  • Charlotte's Storybooks

  • It's established early on in The Princess and the Frog that southern belle Charlotte La Bouff

  • has an obsession with storybook princesses, especially their dresses, that is how she

  • comes to be friends with Tiana, the daughter of a seamstress. When Tiana kisses a frog

  • claiming to be a prince, breaking the spell accidentally makes a mess of Charlotte's

  • room, and we get a good glimpse of Charlotte's book collection. If you look closely, one

  • storybook on a shelf is revealed to be Rapunzel, the fairytale Disney's next princess film

  • would focus on in Tangled, giving a nod to the following release.

  • Apple

  • In 1986, Steve Jobs purchased the Computer Graphics Division from George Lucas's Lucasfilm,

  • establishing the independent company we now know as Pixar. In honor of the man who also

  • founded Apple, Pixar has included nods to the tech company or Jobs himself in a number

  • of films. Most notably, the titular robotic hero of Wall-E makes the recognizable Mac

  • startup chime when he's done charging. Apple products like computers and iPods are

  • shown throughout Toy Story 3. Finally, after Jobs passed away in 2011, the end credits of Brave

  • featured a dedication to Jobs in memory of his contribution to Pixar. That last one may

  • not necessarily be hidden, but it's worth mentioning.

  • Kristoff's Boogers

  • It isn’t that often that filmmakers include messages in the credits, but aside from special

  • thanks, sometimes credits can be used for one last joke. In the end credits of Frozen,

  • the filmmakers included a message to assure audiences that Kristoff's assertion thatall

  • men eat their own boogersis his opinion only, and does not reflect the views or

  • opinions of The Walt Disney Company or filmmakers. It seems Disney, like Kristoff,

  • takes the issue of ingesting nose mucus very seriously.

  • Andy's Postcard

  • There are multiple theories circulating the web about all the connections between Disney

  • and Pixar films, and certain easter eggs led more credence to these theories than others.

  • For instance, one shot from Toy Story 3 confirms that the series' main human character, Andy,

  • exists in the same world as Carl and Ellie Fredricksen from Up. If you look closely at

  • the bulletin board in Andy's room, there's a postcard from the couple that includes the

  • address of their beloved yellow house, before it's transported to South America, of course.

  • Nemo Takes a Swim

  • Disney's Brother Bear may not be as popular or critically acclaimed as the studio's other

  • movies, but the animated feature focuses on the idea of family like many of Disney and

  • Pixar's other films. Plus, Brother Bear features a blink-and-you'll-miss-it nod to Pixar's

  • more popular 2003 release, Finding Nemo, about a father searching for his son.

  • If you don't look close enough at the group of salmon, it's easy to miss the clownfish

  • hiding among them. It seems Nemo wasn't lost at 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney, Australia, but

  • swimming with salmon on the other side of the world.

  • Tangled's Book Collection

  • Most of the hidden easter eggs inside Disney movies only manage to reference one movie

  • at a time, but one shot in Tangled features nods to three other princess films. When Rapunzel

  • and Flynn Rider are poring over an atlas while at the festival of lights in Corona, books

  • referencing other films can be seen. One open book displays the story from the opening sequence

  • of Sleeping Beauty, and two others are the storybooks containing the tales of Beauty

  • and the Beast and The Little Mermaid. It's unclear if Rapunzel has read the fairytales

  • of her fellow Disney princesses, but it's a nicely hidden reference to their films.

  • So what did you think of our list? Did we miss any hidden details in your favorite Disney

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