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Updated on Jun 19, 2019. Posted on Jun 2, 2019

These Insane Disney Facts Might Sound Fake, But Are They?

Let's find out if you're a real Disney movie expert or not.

  1. Disney recalled "The Rescuers" VHS in the '90s because there was a topless woman in the background.

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    An image of a topless woman appeared in two frames in the original 1977 theatrical release up until 1999 when Disney recalled their home video version.

    Via Disney
  2. Aurora has only 15 lines and appears onscreen for only 15 minutes.

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    Aurora actually has 18 lines and appears on screen for only 18 minutes. Still not a lot, but it's enough to still be an official Disney Princess!

    Via Disney
  3. Animators have hid the Easter egg "A113" in all but ONE Pixar film.

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    Animators have actually hid "A113" in every Pixar film as a way to salute the classroom at the California Institute of the Arts where many of them got their start.

    Via Disney / Pixar
  4. Aladdin was modeled after Tom Cruise.

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    Aladdin's character design was originally based on Michael J. Fox, but Jeffrey Katzenberg wanted Aladdin to be a more "iconic hero type," so he suggested Tom Cruise for inspiration.

    Via KIM KULISH / Getty
  5. "Tangled" is the most expensive animated movie ever made.

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    With an estimated budget of $260,000,000, Tangled is the most expensive animated movie ever made!

    Via Disney
  6. The real name of Boo from "Monsters, Inc." is Jane.

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    Her real name is Mary, after her real-life voice actor Mary Gibbs.

    Via Disney / Pixar
  7. "Beauty and the Beast" used recycled animation from "Robin Hood".

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    Animators actually recycled 30-year-old animation from Sleeping Beauty for Beauty and the Beast's final dance scene in order to save time and money.

    Via Disney
  8. Many kids wet their pants watching "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" at Radio City Music Hall in NY.

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    It's true! In fact, the theater even had to reupholster their seats because it was so bad.

    Via Disney
  9. Cinderella, Belle, and Tiana wear opera gloves to signify that they married into royalty.

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    It's true. Cinderella, Belle, and Tiana wear the gloves, whereas princesses who were born into royalty do not.

    Via Disney
  10. The Rolling Stones voiced the vultures in "The Jungle Book".

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    The film's composers actually wanted The Beatles to voice the vultures, but it never worked out.

    Via Michael Webb / Getty

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