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Did You Ever Notice These 10 Disney Easter Eggs?

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Who doesn’t enjoy relaxing with a classic Disney or Pixar film? Whether you grew up loving them or have come to discover them through recent releases, it’s safe to say that there’s one for everyone. Whether your favorite is

  • Mulan,
  • Toy Story,
  • The Little Mermaid.

These animated classics have been lighting up the screens for almost a century. People who have been long term fans  probably know that Disney often includes Easter eggs that usually reference prior or future films. Recurring cameos such as the Pizza Planet truck from Toy Story and Luxo Jr. are some examples. 

Some Easter eggs are easy to spot and are quite well known, whereas there are others that people have gone years without noticing before! Here is a list of the top 10 Disney and Pixar Easter eggs you may not have spotted yet.

1. Finding Nemo: Even though a lot of this film takes place underwater, the creators found clever ways for the fish to interact with humans. One way involves Nemo spending some time in a dentist’s office. In a scene where a little boy is seen in the waiting room, he is reading a magazine with Mr. Incredible on the cover.

Could this be a sign that the superheroes exist in the Finding Nemo universe as well? In the same office, a Buzz Lightyear toy can be seen on the ground near a toy box. Is there something bigger going on here or are these just clever cameos.

2. The Hunchback of Notre Dame: This older Disney classic from 1996 takes place generally all in the same location, but Disney still found a way to squeeze in some cameos. These ones are a bit harder to spot, but if you look closely during the opening scene you’ll be able to see a vendor selling Aladdin’s rug. 

You’ll also spot Belle walking through the streets reading a book. While this may seem like a random appearance, it’s not to be forgotten that both films take place in France. Perhaps Belle really was wondering the streets around the Notre Dame Cathedral.

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