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Trivia: Davy Jones's tentacles were inspired by a stained coffee cup. The special effects team was puzzled when they tried to figure out what the color and texture of his tentacles should be. Then they saw a used cup on the table with a coffee stain on the inside, so they scanned the stain into the computer and that's how he got his tentacles.

Disney-Freak

Trivia: The cast was clueless about what was going to happen in the bone cage. Director Gore Verbinski kept it a secret because he wanted to get their real reactions when the cage started swinging.

Disney-Freak

Trivia: In the scene when Ariel signs the contract for Ursula if you watch the part where it pans over the contract really fast, in slow motion you can see a hidden Mickey drawn on it.

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Trivia: This movie was the last Disney movie to use cell animation and Xerox to create the characters, scenery etc.

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Trivia: King Triton and Ursula are actually brother and sister, this is stated on one of the behind the scenes features of the 2 disc platinum edition.

Disney-Freak

Trivia: Glut the shark was going to appear a second time in the film and Flounder was going to have his time to shine and was going to beat him in a fight of some kind but was cut due to various reasons.

Disney-Freak

Trivia: Not one cigarette is lit in this movie, or smoked.

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28th Jan 2006

101 Dalmatians (1961)

Trivia: According Disney there were 6,469,952 spots painted on the dogs in the original 101 Dalmatians.

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28th Jan 2006

Fantasia (1940)

Trivia: Walt Disney's Fantasia was the first film in history to use stereophonic sound.

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Trivia: The two minute storm took 10 special effects artists over a year to finish.

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Trivia: The studio first considered making The Little Mermaid in the late 1930s, and illustrator Kay Nielsen prepared story sketches in pastels and watercolors. Her work was studied by the film's modern-day animators, and Nielsen received a "visual development" credit on the film.

Disney-Freak

13th Apr 2005

Cinderella (1950)

Trivia: When the animators where drawing Lucifer the cat they just couldn't get it right. Then when Walt Disney saw the animator Ward Kimball's cat, a furry calico, he declared "There's your Lucifer."

Disney-Freak

Trivia: When Flounder spills the beans about the shark and going to the surface, when he starts talking about the shark for about two or three frames he resembles a shark and then when he starts talking about Scuttle his face resembles Scuttle for about two or three frames.

Disney-Freak

25th Mar 2005

Mulan (1998)

Trivia: Disney special effects artists made up a program that can make a bunch of different people that all look different without them having to draw every single character. They used this in the scene when all of the Huns come over the snowy hill.

Disney-Freak

23rd Mar 2005

Mulan (1998)

Trivia: When Mulan is in the burned down city, she walks though a curtain door, behind her there is a stone wall with soot on it and there is a "Hidden Mickey" there.

Disney-Freak

22nd Mar 2005

Mulan (1998)

Trivia: Mulan is one of the few Disney movies where the characters have shadows.

Disney-Freak

22nd Mar 2005

Mulan (1998)

Trivia: Shang's horse has dots on the base of his neck and on his butt on both sides that are little "Hidden Mickeys".

Disney-Freak

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