If you're a Disney-o-phile, say goodbye to the next few hours of your productivity, as you scroll through the thread and then share with your kids or your Disney fandom friends.
IMGURian Rizzivision created an epic thread with lots of obsessive, tiny details that fans of Disney films may have missed.
For instance, as shown above: “In 'The Little Mermaid,' when King Triton is introduced, you can see Mickey, Donald, Goofy and Kermit the Frog in the crowd, underwater.”
Here's an example of how deep the detail goes: “In Cars 2 while in a pub in London there is a tapestry on the wall that is the DunBroch family tapestry from Brave, except they are portrayed as cars.” Yeah. Good stuff.
The whole thread is embedded below.
Details From Disney Movies
One letter different, but a world apart.
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