At the pet shop in "101 Dalmatians" all of the dogs in
the window are puppies except for this familiar dog in
the comer. The dog is Peg from the classic Disney fil. m
Lady and the Tramp"
In the fil. m "Treasure Planet", on the shelf on the far left side a
familiar character can be seen. " Stitch from "Lilo and Stitch",
which was released the same year.
Of all of the Disney/ Pixar movies nding Nemo" probably has the
most references to other films. Like this shot of Luigi from "Cars", a
film that was still in production at the time.
It' s always interesting to see two Disney characters side by side in
movies that are not their own. This is a clear shot of Sebastian
from "The Little Mermaid" making an appearance in "Aladdin"
In "Tarzan" there is an obvious reference to "Beauty and the
Beast". This tea set looks just like Mrs. Potts and her children.
There is even a chipped cup.
In "Lilo and Stitch" there is a clear shot of a "Mulan" poster. Even
though it looks a little faded in color, it is an exact GMR of one
of the real movie posters.
In "Princess and the Frog" there is a moment where you can see a
woman shaking out a carpet. The design is exactly like the magic
carpet from " ladden"
The sultan from "Aladdin" had a hobby of stacking animal figures.
In this scene, there is an obvious figure of Beast from "Beauty and
In one of the dentist scenes of "Finding Nemo", there is a really
quick shot of a child reading a comic book. If you look closely you
will see it is a copy of a Mr. I. comic referencing to the
film "The Incredibles"!
During a scene, there are three Disney characters that can be
spotted. Aladdin' s magic carpet, Belle from "Beauty and the Beast"
and Pumbaa from "The Lion King"
In "Hercules", there is a memorable scene with a lion that looks
identical to Scar from "The Lion King". This is perhaps the most
lengthy reference to another BITW% in any Disney film.
In "Monsters Inc", one of Boo' s toys was this little fish. This was
just two years after "Finding Nemo" came out so the connection
was still fresh.
In "Aladdin", there was a scene where Genie and Aladdin were trying
to figure out how to woo Princess Jasmine. For a brief moment,
Genie transforms his head into Pinocchio' s
Firm g " is three for three with this reference to "Toy
Story . In the dentist office, this little Buzz Lightyear doll can be
This number can be seen hidden in nearly every Disney/ Pixar film. It
refers to the room number where the animators are trained and
though it began as a gag for Pixar, it has spread into Disney films
and even shows like The Simpsons.