Hidden gems in Disney movies

Michael Bradley - Time Traveler

Hidden gems in Disney movies 

1

Brother Bear - Nemo makes a quick cameo in the scene where Kenai disrupts the salmon fishing.
Brother Bear – Nemo makes a quick cameo in the scene where Kenai disrupts the salmon fishing.
2
The Little Mermaid -Mickey, Donald, and Goofy are among the crowd during King Triton’s entrance.
The Little Mermaid -Mickey, Donald, and Goofy are among the crowd during King Triton’s entrance.
3
101 Dalmatians - Lady and Tramp make a quick cameo during the Twilight Bark scene.
101 Dalmatians – Lady and Tramp make a quick cameo during the Twilight Bark scene.
4
Aladdin - The Beast appears as one of the Sultan’s toys.
Aladdin – The Beast appears as one of the Sultan’s toys.
5
The Hunchback of Notre Dame - Aladdin’s Magic Carpet, Belle from Beauty and the Beast, and Pumbaa from The Lion King, are seen on the street surrounding Notre Dame during the “Out There” scene.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame – Aladdin’s Magic Carpet, Belle from Beauty and the Beast, and Pumbaa from The Lion King, are seen on the street surrounding Notre Dame during the “Out There” scene.
6
101 Dalmatians - Peg, from Lady and the Tramp, appears in the window of Percy’s Pet Shop during the Twilight Bark scene.
101 Dalmatians – Peg, from Lady and the Tramp, appears in the window of Percy’s Pet Shop during the Twilight Bark scene.
7
The Great Mouse Detective - Bill the Lizard, from Alice In Wonderland, is part of Ratigan’s gang.
The Great Mouse Detective – Bill the Lizard, from Alice In Wonderland, is part of Ratigan’s gang.
8
The Little Mermaid - The King and The Grand Duke, from Cinderella, are guests during the wedding scene.
The Little Mermaid – The King…

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