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10 Times Disney Secretly Reused Scenes to Save Time

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Back in the day, before fancy computer graphics, and technology that made everything a whole lot easier, animated movies were pretty much hand drawn, frame by frame. This meant that the whole process took quite a long time. And with deadlines and bosses breathing down their necks, animators would have to use whatever tricks they could to speed up production. One trick in particular (which we're focusing on in this video) was the clever idea to trace over old animated footage from other movies, hoping that no one would notice.
Unfortunately for them, we did notice.
So here are 10 Times Disney Reused Scenes From Other Movies to Cut Corners!

1) The Fox and the Hound

It's an emotional tale.
But we're not here to focus on that right now. We're here to point out this one scene that was reused from Bambi. And in order to disguise it a bit, they cleaned it up and flipped it horizontally. So let's just un-flip it and see... Yup, definitely the same.

2) 101 Dalmations

There is one scene that was definitely reused. And that's the scene where we see the Elizabeth Tower (otherwise known as 'Big Ben', which is actually the name of the bell, but anyway...). It's the exact same scene used in Peter Pan, just slightly rotated and zoomed out a bit...and without Peter Pan...Obviously.

3) Robin Hood

Perhaps the most recognizable copied scenes are of little John dancing.
Forgetting the fact that he's basically a version of Baloo from 'The Jungle Book' but with clothes on, he seems to know all of Baloo's moves, exactly...frame by frame.

4) The Sword in the Stone

In the 1963 movie 'The Sword in the Stone', animators used footage from an animated short called 'The Truth About Mother Goose'. And maybe they thought that with it being an animated short, it would be harder to detect? The only problem is that instead of simply flipping or cutting out some shots in order to disguise it a bit, they just copied the whole scene, shot by shot.

5) The Rescuers

Perhaps a more familiar scene is the scene where Penny tries to escape. As she appears to have the exact same movement as Mowgli from 'The Jungle Book'

6) The Rescuers Down Under

If viewers were feeling a sense of 'Déjà vu' while watching this movie, it was probably because they were simply watching recycled scenes that were taken from the original 1977 movie 'The Rescuers', 16 years earlier. The best example can be seen during Orville's takeoff. It looks exactly the same, as do the reactions from the characters. The only main difference being the background.

7) The Many Adventures of Winnie the Poo

In this Disney movie, the character Christopher Robin has quite a resemblance to Mowgli from 'The Jungle Book'. And maybe it's just because he's of a similar age or that he just seems to do the same things as Mowgli. Or maybe they've traced over entire scenes of Mowgli to save themselves time in not having to recreate the characters movement. Yeh, that'll be it.

8) Alice in Wonderland

When the walrus is in the water, luring the oysters away we see groups of fish coming onto the shot. But if you look carefully you can see that the fish have actually been lifted from an underwater scene in the 1940 movie 'Pinocchio'.

9) Beauty and the Beast

Maybe they just couldn't help themselves because in the final dance scene it appears they've traced over the dance scene from 'Sleeping Beauty', or at least copied it frame by frame.

10) The Jungle Book

This movie has also borrowed scenes all over the place. Like this shot of Bambi, I mean a random deer. Or these little wolf pups wagging their tails, that has clearly been traced from a scene in '101 Dalmations'.
And these wolves that hug Mowgli? They're right out of 'The Sword in the Stone'.

So there you have it, which copycat scenes surprised you the most? Leave it in the comment section below.

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