33 Little Details in Disney Movies That’ll Blow Your Damn Mind

21Finding Dory

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


22James 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.


23The Little Mermaid

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


24Big 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.


25Emperor’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.


26The 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.


27Mulan

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


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28The 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.


29Meet 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.


30Atlantis: 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.

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