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15 Amazing Cameos of Disney Characters Showing Up In Other Disney Films

The fine folks of Finding Mickey have taken on an amazing task. Their goal is to find, discover and share all sorts of “hidden Mickeys” that show up in Disneyland, California Adventure, at the Resorts and in someplace we have all seen, in Disney films.  But they don’t limit them selves to the iconic shape of Mickey, they have also found a slew of other classic Disney characters making cameos in other films that aren’t their own; like Sebastian from The Little Mermaid sneaking into Aladdin, Mrs. Potts from Beauty and the Beast showing up in Tarzan, and Mulan making an appearance in Lilo & Stitch.

Check out some of their amazing finds right here:

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  • Mulan in Lilo & Stitch 2 of 16
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    In Lilo & Stitch, there is a Mulan poster on the wall of Lilo's home.

  • Aladdin’s Rug in Princess and the Frog 3 of 16
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    In a small and subtle move, Disney animators worked in Aladdin's magic carpet in a scene in Princess and the Frog.

  • The Beast in Aladdin 4 of 16
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    In one scene in Aladdin, Jasmine's dad - the Sultan - is by a tower of animal toys and one of the toys is of The Beast from Beauty and the Beast.

  • Scar in 5 of 16
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    The Lion King's Scar makes a cameo in Hercules as an animal skin that Hercules dons for a moment.

  • Mrs. Potts From Beauty and the Beast in Tarzan 6 of 16
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    Mrs. Potts from Beauty and the Beast along with her son Chip makes a lifeless cameo in Tarzan.

  • Sebastian in Aladdin 7 of 16
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    At one point in Aladdin, the Genie has a bewildered Sebastian from The Little Mermaid stuck to his finger.

  • 101 Dalmations x Lady and the Tramp 8 of 16
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    In  a pet shop window in 101 Dalmatians, you can spot Peg from Lady and the Tramp.

  • Lady & The Tramp Dogs in Oliver & Company 9 of 16
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    In Oliver & Company, you might spot some familiar dogs; Peg the Lhasa Apso, Jock the Scottish Terrier and Trusty the Bloodhound. These three Lady and The Tramp characters make a guest appearance.

  • Nemo in Brother Bear 10 of 16
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    In a crossover between Disney and Pixar, Nemo from Finding Nemo was spotted in a water scene from Brother Bear.

  • Goofy, Mickey and Donald in The Little Mermaid 11 of 16
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    Goofy, Mickey and Donald apparently can hold their breath for a really, really long time. The three were spotted in the underwater world of Ariel and King Triton in The Little Mermaid. 

  • Space Mountain in Meeet the Robinsons 12 of 16
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    Forget Tomorrowland, come visit Todayland, a place that exists in Meet the Robinsons.

  • King Triton in Princess and the Frog 13 of 16
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    King Triton (of The Little Mermaid) made a cameo as a float in The Princess and the Frog.

  • Bolt in Wreck-It-Ralph 14 of 16
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    Bolt made a fleeting appearance in last year's Disney hit Wreck-It Ralph. The canine star Bolt was on a flyer for a lost dog in the meeting room of Game Central Station.

  • Pinocchio in Aladdin 15 of 16
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    Pinocchio made a guest appearance (as the Genie's head) in Aladdin.

  • Dumbo in The Great Mouse Detective 16 of 16
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    In The Great Mouse Detective, Dumbo - in the form of a bubble toy - made a guest appearance.

 

Want more? Check out Finding Mickeys’ site here for so much more!

 

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