10+ Hidden Secrets in Disney Movies that you Probably Missed

With hundreds of movies throughout history, Disney has won our hearts. Most fans love what Disney does to almost all of their movies. Some call them Disney eggs, others call them hidden secrets. Here are some new hidden things about Disney movies that you probably have never noticed before.

Flynn Rider and Rapunzel make an appearance at Elsa’s coronation in Frozen

Posters for The Jungle Book and Toy Story 2 show up in the background of Meet The Robinsons

Hidden p*n*s right smack in the middle of that golden castle

Naked Lady in The Rescuers

Another character creepily whispers, “Good teenagers, take off your clothes.”

In one scene that fans are totally fixated on, Jasmine and Aladdin are hanging out on her balcony, and it seems like another character creepily whispers, "Good teenagers, take off your clothes." Um, what?! 

It's hard not to laugh at this, because, well, come on, it's pretty hilarious. Some people seem to be totally convinced that those are the actual words Aladdin is saying under his breath, whereas others say that it's something more along the lines of "Good kitty." Either way, people suggest watching the movie and making sure that your volume is way up when this scene comes on, so you can get the full effect. This movie just got a million times more entertaining, right? And it's probably already one of your favorite Disney movies since it's such a classic.


You can't get a more innocent movie than the 1942 Disney film Bambi, which features a very cute fawn. It's no wonder that people literally use the word "Bambi" to call someone innocent and even kind of naive. Although, when we stop and think about it, this is the most depressing, tragic movie in the franchise, since the main character's mom passes away from being hunted. Talk about the worst thing to see as a child.

Fans have shared this image widely online because they believe that these two buddies are in a rather compromising position. Of course, that wasn't the intention of the film or the storyline, it's just one of those optical illusions that happen sometimes. But it's still something interesting and entertaining that is hidden in this very popular Disney film, so it's worth noting.


What's more fun than rats cooking?! Okay, that doesn't actually sound like that much fun since it would be pretty gross IRL. In fact, that's how restaurants close down and get bad reputations (although the rats are just hanging out in the kitchen or dining areas and not usually actually making the food...).

In the 2007 movie Ratatouille, rats get to work in the kitchen, and there's a scene that has a pretty fun and cool subliminal, hidden message. When the character Linguini opens the pocket of his coat, we can see that he's wearing underwear with The Incredibles brand on them! Do they exist in the same world? Or is this something that the Disney team never thought anyone would pick up on? Who knows?! It's an interesting theory to think about, though.

Nazi swastika symbol in the Disney movie 101 Dalmatians!

Foot size doesn’t matter

Collette’s worried glance at Linguini’s nether regions in Ratatouille:

Mrs. Potts and Chip from Beauty And The Beast make an appearance on Tarzan.

On Tangled, 3 classic Disney books appear here. Sleeping Beauty, Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast.

Oh hey, there is Dumbo on Lilo and Stitch

On Hercules, the lion is Scar from the Lion King

Here is Jock, Peg, & Trusty from the Lady and The Tramp on Oliver And Company.

On the Little Mermaid, The King and Grand Duke from Cinderella are guests at the wedding.

Nemo makes an appearance on Brother Bear

Pumbaa makes an appearance in the Hunchback of Notre Dame

Mulan makes an appearance in Lilo & Stitch

Oh it’s Mickey on the Goofy Movie

Look, it’s Mickey in Frozen

Hans from Frozen appears on a wanted poster on Big Hero 6

Almost every Pixar movie mentions Apple because the company was partially founded by Steve Jobs

In Aladdin skin magically changes color at the end of the movie

Strip Club in Cars


People have pointed out that when Disney put out The Lion King again in 2002, the movie poster was a bit confusing (to say the least). It seems like a sensual massage was literally hidden in this poster.

What was it? If you look at the poster, it looks like the outline of Simba's face... and at the same time, it looks like the outline of a girl who isn't exactly wearing any clothes. As in, his nose totally looks like the backside of a woman in her undies. This is totally an optical illusion since you could say that it's definitely Simba's nose and other facial features, but it's hard to argue with the fact that it does look like a naked girl. Let's hope younger kids don't notice.

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