Think you know everything there is to know about Disney animated movies? Think again. We’re here to throw some little-known fun facts at you!
Disney animated films, even moreso than the live action films, are chock full of fun facts, Easter eggs, and even behind-the-scenes secrets. Forget about deleted scenes and “hidden Mickeys”; we’re talking characters that hit the cutting room floor, fun anecdotes about character names, and a ton of “could have been” scenarios.
Curious to find out if you know all there is to know about Disney animated movies? See if you knew these fun facts!
Joss Whedon had his hand in ‘Toy Story’
In the beginning, the Toy Story script had quite a few troubles. Executives brought in Joss Whedon to help sort out problems and improve the script (after all, he’s pretty much the king of dialogue). You know that line that Buzz has? The one that goes, “You are a sad, strange little man,” which is one of his most well-known and one of the ones that made the film’s original trailer? Yeah, that was all Whedon. Oh, and you know Rex? Well, he was Whedon’s idea too.
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