Disney movies have marked an important part of our childhood: Who has not enjoyed special moments with their characters?
Well, behind many of these films there are sensational stories and some secrets that most people do not know, from small details difficult to observe with the naked eye to anecdotes related to actors, the production or Walt Disney himself.
Take a look at some of them and be surprised.
1. During the production of Snow White Y Bamboo, Disney kept a collection of live animals so that the animation studio could take them as a reference.
2. Sulley, of Monsters Inc., has more than 2.3 million individual hairs, drawn and created separately.
3. Many characters are orphans. This is explained by the death of Walt's mother, in 1938.
After the success of Snow WhiteWalter Elías Disney bought a house for his parents. A defect in the heating system caused the death of Flora Disney due to carbon monoxide poisoning.
4. Sid, Andy's terrible neighbor in Toy story, has a momentary appearance in the third part, working as a dump.
5. The vultures of The jungle book are inspired by The Beatles.
6. This frame of Frozen It took 132 hours (5 days) for its creation.
7.- The designers of the “Beast” created the character with a combination of seven different animals: the mane of a lion, buffalo head and beard, gorilla eyebrows, human eyes, wild boar fangs and bear body.
8. The lion that kills "Hercules" and then leads as a trophy is "Scar", the villain of The Lion King.
9. The girl who lent her voice to Boo at Monsters Inc. Made the production follow her throughout the studio while playing and thus be able to get her dialogues
10. The characters of "Ariel" and "Aladdin" were based on the physique of Alyssa Milano and Tom Cruise, respectively
11. The official voices of "Mickey" and "Minnie Mouse" belonged to a marriage: Wayne Allwine and Russi Taylor.
12. The sorcerer “Yen Sid”, from the movie The Sorcerer's Apprentice called, it's Disney upside down.
13. Nathan Lane and Ernie Sabella (the English voices of “Timón” and “Pumba”), were the only actors in the film who recorded their dialogues together because they played their characters very well.
14. There is a code that appears in almost all Pixar and Disney movies: the A113, which corresponds to the classroom number of the California Institute of Arts, where many animators of both studies were formed.
15. In the movie 101 Dalmatians, "Pongo" has 72 spots and "Perdita" has 68.
16. The first versions that were made for the design of the character of the "Beast" appear in the sculptures that can be seen in the castle of the film.
17. Disney was sued by a biologist for slandering hyenas in The Lion King.
18. Actor James Woods, who played the voice of "Hades" in HerculesHe said on his paper: "Making the voice for an animated Disney movie makes you feel that you are a child again."
19. Sometimes, to save time and money, Disney movies repeat previous animations.
(One of the best examples is Robin Hood, whose budget did not reach one and a half million dollars)
20. At the scene when “Jessie” (Joan Cusack) first sees “Woody” (Tom Hanks), she exclaims: “Sweet mother of Abraham Lincoln!”
(Abraham Lincoln's mother was Nancy Hanks, an ancestor of Tom Hanks)
21. In this scene of the movie Brave, on one of the trunks, the image of "Sulley" of Monsters Inc.
22. The “Pizza Planet” truck, from Toy story, appears in movies like WALL-E, Cars, Bugs, Ratatouille, Monsters Inc., Up Y Finding Nemo.
23. In the movie The Lion King In fact, tiger roars were used, since the lion's are not loud enough.
24. In Aladdin, the street vendor was originally created to be the "Genie" of the movie.
(Reason why Robin Williams adapted his voice to both characters)
25. The character "Wall-E" is named after Walter Elías Disney.
26. The toolbox on the fence where "Woody" is caught by the villain, is the same one that Tim Allen uses in his television show "Home Improvement".
27. In 1939, the movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarves He won an honorary Oscar: the large statuette represents the princess and seven small ones the dwarfs.
28. “Timón” and “Pumba”, in the original idea for the film of The Lion King, they sang Elton John's song: “Can You Feel the Love Tonight?"
29. The "Bernard" mouse of The rescuers suffers from fear of number 13 or triskaidekafobia.
30. The teacup set of Beauty and the Beast It has a brief appearance in Tarzan.
31. In the music video “Zero to Hero” by Hercules you can see Marilyn Monroe formed by the stars.
32. Sean Connery was the ideal candidate to play "Mufasa," but James Earl Jones, the original voice of "Darth Vader," finally performed it.
33. The posters of The jungle book Y Toy Story 2 appear on the baseball field in the movie The family of the future.
34. In “Lilo & Stitch” you can see a Chinese restaurant with the name of “Mulan”.
35. In The Hunchback of Notre Dame "Pumba" appears as a gargoyle.