25 Unknown Disney Facts Of All Time

by on April 24, 2014
 



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Aladdin’s face was modeled after Tom Cruise’s.

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Ariel was partially modeled after Alyssa Milano.

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In the opening scenes of the Little Mermaid the eagle-eyed may spot Goofy, Mickey and Donald Duck in the audience at King Triton’s concert.

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The Jungle Book was the last animated film Walt Disney personally supervised.

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Everyone’s favorite rubbish-compactor, Wall-E, was named after Walter Elias Disney.

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The Black Cauldron was Disney’s first animated film to get a PG rating.

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Contrary to popular belief, Tinkerbell is not based on Marilyn Monroe, but on reference model Margaret Kerry.

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Frozen’s co-director, Jennifer Lee, is the first female to direct a Disney animated movie.

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Steve Martin used to work in the magic shop at Disneyland.

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Frank Welker, the actor who voiced Abu, is also the voice of Transformers’ Megatron, Scooby-Doo’s Fred Jones, and Stripe in Gremlins.

 

 

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The people who voiced Minnie and Mickey Mouse were married in real life.

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Walt Disney played Peter Pan in a school play.

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Sulley from Monsters Inc has more than 2.3 million individual hairs, which are all carefully animated.

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Simba is Swahili for ‘lion’, while Bhalu (Baloo) is Hindi for ‘bear’.

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“Do You Want to Build a Snowman” from Frozen is sung in part by a little girl named Katie Lopez, the daughter of the writers of the song.

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Disney was sued by a biologist for the “defamation of hyenas” in The Lion King.

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Producers originally wanted Sean Connery to voice Mufasa.

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Wreck It Ralph has 180 unique characters. For comparison, Tangled had 64.

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Walt Disney was presented with an honorary Oscar for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, presented in one normal-sized statuette and seven miniature Oscars.

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“Man is in the forest’ was a code used by animators to warn colleagues to get back to work when Walt Disney was coming down the hallway.

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The two minute storm in The Little Mermaid took 10 special effects artists over a year to finish.

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Mickey Mouse was the first animated character to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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Walt Disney’s personal favorite character was tie-wearing dog Goofy.

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Aged 16, Walt signed up for the army, but was rejected because he was too young. Instead he became an ambulance driver in World War I France.

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Beauty and the Beast was the first ever animated film to be nominated for an Oscar for Best Film.


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