Disney Movies Subliminal Messages Left by Horny Animators

Wednesday, October 19 by Mason Kaho

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With Disney promoting itself through the years as a company with a squeaky-clean family image, it may come as a shock to some to learn about Disney movies subliminal messages. In some cases, the jury is still out on whether these hidden gems are intentional or not. But any way you slice it, there is something in these movies that our subconscious may pick up on and these messages are mostly not family friendly.

The Little Mermaid’s big merman part. Upon the release of this movie on videocassette, rumors began to circulate that the character Eric was not the only piece of man meat on the cover. Looking at the background of the cover art, in the details of Ariel’s castle is a spire that looks conspicuously like a penis. Part of the rumor was that a disgruntled animator who was about to be fired placed the penis there, part of Disney movies subliminal messages. This has since be debunked and the resemblance was simply a coincidence, but the rumors persist.

The Rescuers’ flasher. The smash hit “The Rescuers” was released in 1977, but it wasn’t until 1999 that there was any talk of it being involved in the collection of Disney movies subliminal messages. After the movie was released and widely purchased on home video—where viewers have the ability to slow movies down—it was discovered that in one particular scene where two characters descend past some buildings, two frames contain an image in one of the building windows of a topless woman. This image is not consciously picked up during normal viewing, as it goes by too fast. It’s kinda fun to slow it down and see it, but honestly, there’s a lot hotter stuff pretty much anywhere online.

Simba, Timon, Pumba and secret sex. In the movie “The Lion King,” one of the biggest Disney hits ever, there exists one of the most infamous of all Disney movies subliminal messages. At one point in the movie Simba flops himself down, dejected. As he does so, a cloud of dust floats and drifts into the air, at one point seemingly spelling out “sex.” Disney staff later claimed that they were “signing” the movie with “SFX,” short for “special effects.”  

Teenagers, do what? In the 1992 movie “Aladdin,” there is a scene where Aladdin is on the balcony getting intimidated by Princess Jasmine’s tiger because he is skeptical of Aladdin’s intentions. We see the Genie off the balcony and then hear a voice apparently utter, “Good teenagers, take off your clothes,” a famous instance of Disney movies subliminal messages. Disney claims the line is actually the Genie saying, “Come on, good kitty. Take off and go.”

Roger Rabbit and a sexy beaver. In “Who Framed Roger Rabbit,” the titular character is married the super-sexy animated bombshell Jessica. In one scene, Jessica is careening in a car through Toon Town, before the car finally crashes. She steps out of the car, spreading her legs slightly and what appears to be a “live action” female vagina can be seen between her legs, one of the more revealing instances of Disney movies subliminal messages. It was never revealed who sabotaged the scene.

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