It’s Disney, Darling.

I don’t know anybody that doesn’t love Disney, quite frankly I don’t think it’s possible to dislike it! I love hearing facts about Disney, little gems of information that make the Disney team and their films oh so much more adorable and relatable. So here I am, sharing some of the ones I love the most, with you.

1. Did you know Disney hide their characters in other films?

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2. Walt Disney was presented with an honorary Oscar  for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, presented in one normal-sized statuette and seven miniature Oscars. Amaaazing.

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3. The Official voices of Mickey & Minnie Mouse were married.

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5. The Disney character WALL-E  is named after Walt Disney. (Walter Elias Disney.)

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6.  The roars you hear in The Lion King aren’t actually from lions at all, oh no, they were too quiet. So the roars you hear are actually recorded from tigers.

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7. What do Pirates of the Caribbean and Tangled have in common, they are the two most expensive films Disney have made so far.

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6 responses to “It’s Disney, Darling.

  1. Ohhhh Disney. Have you read about the secrets at Disneyland?! Those are fun too!! 🙂

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  2. I love Disney facts! I didn’t know the one about Tangled and Pirates – although if you really think about it the POTC series is bound to be way up there! x

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    • I love love love them, my favourite has to be finding the other characters in the films they’re not meant to be in!
      I didn’t know that one either to be fair, I knew it would of been expensive but I wouldn’t of put it at the top of the list! xx

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  3. Hey! I nominated you for the Sisterhod Of The World Bloggers award – go and check it out!
    https://bambileigh.wordpress.com/2015/01/23/sisterhood-award/#more-3630

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