Any more hunchback of notre dame? Especially on the original story related to the movie and any extras relatedto frollo. He is my favorite villian because he's not trying to be evil, he's trying to be righteous. I think it's an interesting statement on religion and corruption.
Anonymous

Frollo is actually a very interesting and diverse character in the novel, very different from how he was portrayed in the film. I’ll gather up some stuff on him.

Did you know about the hidden Mickey in Epcot's Mexico Pavilion at the San Angel Inn? It's really hard to get a picture of and you have to sit there for a while, but if you wait long enough, the smoke coming from the "volcano" will form a classic Mickey head! You can also see it from the Gran Fiesta Tour as well :)
Anonymous

That’s awesome! Thanks!

Lovely lady!! I sent you something the other day as anonymous, but your blog has inspired me to start my own tumblr!! Just wanted to let you know, again, how amazing this blog is and how wonderful you are! xx

Thanks so much! I’m very pleased to have converted another person to tumblr :D

The actors portraying the cannibals chasing Ned Land in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea painted humorous messages on their foreheads (not legible on-screen). In particular, one actor wrote “Eat at Joe’s” while another actor behind him wrote “I ate Joe”.
The actors portraying the cannibals chasing Ned Land in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea painted humorous messages on their foreheads (not legible on-screen). In particular, one actor wrote “Eat at Joe’s” while another actor behind him wrote “I ate Joe”.
Richard Fleischer was surprised at being asked to direct Disney’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, as he was the son of Disney’s biggest competitor, Max Fleischer (the man responsible for bringing characters like Betty Boop and Popeye to the screen). He approached Walt Disney to inquire if Disney knew who he was. Disney told him that he was well aware of who he was and hired him because he thought he was the best man for the job. Richard Fleischer also asked his father if he minded having his son working for his rival but Max Fleischer made no objection and even asked Richard to tell Disney that he thought he had made an excellent choice for his director!
Richard Fleischer was surprised at being asked to direct Disney’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, as he was the son of Disney’s biggest competitor, Max Fleischer (the man responsible for bringing characters like Betty Boop and Popeye to the screen). He approached Walt Disney to inquire if Disney knew who he was. Disney told him that he was well aware of who he was and hired him because he thought he was the best man for the job. Richard Fleischer also asked his father if he minded having his son working for his rival but Max Fleischer made no objection and even asked Richard to tell Disney that he thought he had made an excellent choice for his director!
Do you have any more 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea trivia?
Anonymous

I’m sure I can find some more!

Inside Mickey Mouse’s house in Toontown (Disneyland), there is a player piano inside. Hidden amongst all the Mickeys in the rolled sheet music is one Donlad Duck.

Inside Mickey Mouse’s house in Toontown (Disneyland), there is a player piano inside. Hidden amongst all the Mickeys in the rolled sheet music is one Donlad Duck.

The Great Movie Ride also has a hidden Minnie. On the mural in the loading area, in the above and to the right of the center house (the biggest house) is a side view of Minnie’s silhouette.

The Great Movie Ride also has a hidden Minnie. On the mural in the loading area, in the above and to the right of the center house (the biggest house) is a side view of Minnie’s silhouette.

On the Great Movie Ride in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you can find both Mickey and Donald hidden in the the hieroglyphics of the Raiders of the Lost Ark scene (last block on the left).

On the Great Movie Ride in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you can find both Mickey and Donald hidden in the the hieroglyphics of the Raiders of the Lost Ark scene (last block on the left).

Is there something other then hidden Mickeys hidden in Disney things?
Anonymous

Well, the traditional “Hidden Mickey” is always in this shape

For films, animators often stick characters from other films into crowd scenes or in the background, most often in Pixar films. Check out the “Cameos" tag for all of those. Every once in a while in the parks there will be a "hidden" character other than Mickey. Let me see if I can find any pictures of those.