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A-HU WUAJIRI A-HO-HO-HA! A-HU WUAJIRI A-HO-HO-HA!

TIBURONCÍN! U-HA-HA!

don’t let them in, don’t them see 

be the good girl you always have to be 

conceal, don’t feel. 

The cold never bothered me anyway.

rrue:

Favorite Disney/Pixar movies
↳ Beauty and the Beast (1991)

rrue:

Favorite Disney/Pixar movies

↳ Beauty and the Beast (1991)

cars-land:

missmaceymouse:

It’s a Small World Mary Blair art combined with Kawaii Disney characters equals the phone case that I never knew I needed. 

im kinda in love with this case

cars-land:

missmaceymouse:

It’s a Small World Mary Blair art combined with Kawaii Disney characters equals the phone case that I never knew I needed. 

im kinda in love with this case

worksofwalt:

This picture could be anything. If Disney’s entire catalog could be compressed into one image, it would be this one. The Princess and The Frog was not only a way of returning to the traditional roots of the company, it was also a way of paying homage to the 48 films that preceded it. 
There are so many shout-outs and throw-backs to the Disney canon, it would be impossible to list them all. 
Here are just a few-

Pinocchio: wishing on a star
Peter Pan: two stars shining together
The Lion King: stars are fireflies trapped in the sky
Robin Hood and The Jungle Book: Mama Odee’s snake
Fantasia: Dr Facilier summoning the shadows can be compared to Night on Bald Mountain. Also, during ‘Evangeline’, the light-up lilypads is similar to the Nutcracker sequence.
Lady and the Tramp, The Aristocats, Robin Hood: Tiana’s eyes sparkle during the Evangeline sequence, in a similar fashion to Lady, Duchess, and Maid Marian
Sleeping Beauty, Beauty and the Beast: When Charlotte dances with faux-Naveen, part of the sequence uses the same animation from Sleeping Beauty, which was previously repeated in Beauty and the Beast
Cinderella: Charlotte ballgown is based off of concept art for one of Cinderella’s dresses
The Little Mermaid, Aladdin: King Triton appears in one of the Mardi Gras floats. So do Aladdin and Jafar, and the palace in Agrabah.
Aladdin: The magic carpet can be seen briefly at one point, and the genie’s lamp is in Mama Odee’s hut
The Sword in the Stone: Louis plops some seaweed on his head and pulls it around his face just like Madame Mim
The Little Mermaid: Charlotte and Naveen’s wedding bears a striking resemblance to Eric and Vanessa’s

For many more references - to Disney and otherwise - check out the TV Tropes trivia page.

worksofwalt:

This picture could be anything. If Disney’s entire catalog could be compressed into one image, it would be this one. The Princess and The Frog was not only a way of returning to the traditional roots of the company, it was also a way of paying homage to the 48 films that preceded it. 

There are so many shout-outs and throw-backs to the Disney canon, it would be impossible to list them all. 

Here are just a few-

  • Pinocchio: wishing on a star
  • Peter Pan: two stars shining together
  • The Lion King: stars are fireflies trapped in the sky
  • Robin Hood and The Jungle Book: Mama Odee’s snake
  • Fantasia: Dr Facilier summoning the shadows can be compared to Night on Bald Mountain. Also, during ‘Evangeline’, the light-up lilypads is similar to the Nutcracker sequence.
  • Lady and the Tramp, The Aristocats, Robin Hood: Tiana’s eyes sparkle during the Evangeline sequence, in a similar fashion to Lady, Duchess, and Maid Marian
  • Sleeping Beauty, Beauty and the Beast: When Charlotte dances with faux-Naveen, part of the sequence uses the same animation from Sleeping Beauty, which was previously repeated in Beauty and the Beast
  • Cinderella: Charlotte ballgown is based off of concept art for one of Cinderella’s dresses
  • The Little Mermaid, Aladdin: King Triton appears in one of the Mardi Gras floats. So do Aladdin and Jafar, and the palace in Agrabah.
  • Aladdin: The magic carpet can be seen briefly at one point, and the genie’s lamp is in Mama Odee’s hut
  • The Sword in the Stone: Louis plops some seaweed on his head and pulls it around his face just like Madame Mim
  • The Little Mermaid: Charlotte and Naveen’s wedding bears a striking resemblance to Eric and Vanessa’s
For many more references - to Disney and otherwise - check out the TV Tropes trivia page.

letstalkaboutdisney:

waited all year to reblog this again, love it!!

Treasure Planet (2002)