54 Details From Animated Films You've Probably Never Noticed Before, Even If They're In Your Fave Movie
I aspire to be as detail-oriented as the animators of the world.
1. Two characters from _Cinderella _took time out of their busy schedules to attend a wedding in an entirely different movie.
2. The Little Mermaid's King Triton gets a Mardi Gras tribute in The Princess and the Frog.
3. Dr. Facilier's shadow transforms the pattern of the wallpaper it touches into skulls.
4. Just in case you were wondering if Gaston actually died after he fell off the castle in _Beauty and the Beast, _the animators added little skulls to his pupils.
5. The streets of Paris in_ The Hunchback of Notre Dame _feature multiple Disney cameos, including the carpet from Aladdin, Belle from Beauty and the Beast, and an animal on a spit that may or may not be The Lion King's Pumbaa. (If it is, RIP.)
7. Here's a detail that makes The Hunchback of Notre Dame even darker than it already is: While Claude Frollo sings, "It's not my fault," in "Hellfire," the monks in the background sing, "Mea culpa," a phrase that basically means, "It is my fault."
During the song “Hellfire” in The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Frollo sings the lyric “It’s not my fault” repeatedly. However the monks providing the backing vocals immediately respond with the Latin “mea culpa” which literally means ‘through my fault’ and as a phrase means an admission of guilt. from MovieDetails