- During Beauty and the Beast’s “Gaston” song, one of the heads on the wall is Bambi’s mom.
- In The Rescuers, while the heroes are rushing past an apartment building, for a few frames you can see an adult Ariel, formerly the little mermaid, standing at a window.
- Snow White’s seven dwarfs are named for the seven types of theme-park guests.
- In Oliver & Company when Oliver says, “Yes,” that’s a direct quote from The Absent Minded Professor.
- The third guy from the left in the background in frame 217,143 of Chicken Little is the head of Disney animation’s gardener’s cousin.
- If you play Toy Story backwards, Buzz Lightyear is the embodiment of Michael Eisner’s career.