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.
In The Aristocats, the basset hound sleeps in a bassinet.
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.
15Lilo & 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.
16The Brave Little Toaster
In The Brave Little Toaster, all of the walls in the cottage are cleaned only as high as Blanky can reach.
In Monster's University above Randall's bed is an inspirational poster that he quotes in Monster's Inc.
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18Oliver & Company
In Oliver & Company (1988) one of Fagin’s watches features Mickey Mouse on it.
19Toy 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.
20The 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.