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  • The Original Wardrobe Malfunction...

    The Legend: Walt Disney was able to spot a single frame of a naked woman in a cartoon.

    Behind the Legend: The original story is that a group of animators inserted a single-frame picture of a naked woman into a cartoon test reel to see if their boss would notice it when he reviewed the morning rushes. Disney did indeed spot the frame and, noting in particular that it was of his wife, fired everyone.

    Needless to say, this never happened. Disney's animators had too much respect for both Disney and his wife to ever do such a thing. What did happen, however, during the production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was that a single frame of Snow White running through the forest with a breast exposed due to a tear in her dress made it into a near-final print. Walt Disney himself noticed the flicker of inconsistence and asked that the film be stopped and rewound a frame at a time until the problem was pinpointed.

    The film was fixed before distribution. Nobody was fired over the incident, as it was determined that the exposed breast was just an ink-and-paint malfunction.

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  • #2
    What about that controversy with The Rescuers video? Anyone know if that's true?
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    • #3
      Ink and paint indeed
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      • #4
        Originally posted by J.B.Opie
        What about that controversy with The Rescuers video? Anyone know if that's true?
        Claim: The photographic image of a topless woman can be spotted in the background of The Rescuers.
        Status: True.

        Origins: On
        8 January 1999, Disney announced a recall of the the home video version of their 1977 animated feature The Rescuers because it contained an "objectionable background image." Approximately 38 minutes into the film, as rodent heroes Bianca and Bernard fly through the city in a sardine box strapped to the back of Orville, proprietor of Albatross Air Charter Service, the photographic image of a topless woman can be seen at the window of a building in the background in two different (non-consecutive) frames.

        Unlike most rumors of risque words images hidden in Disney's animated films, this one is clearly true, and the images in question were undeniably purposely inserted into the movie
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        • #5
          are you getting this from snopes?
          What an idiot....

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          • #6
            where are they?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Tui
              are you getting this from snopes?
              Yes but didnt want to post Nude Images... nor direct to another website out of respect...
              you can PM me or Tui can just yell it out and you can see em that way...
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              • #8
                *cough*www.snopes.com under the disney area*cough*

                damn this cold
                What an idiot....

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                • #9
                  You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Tui again.

                  damn it this was the third time I got this message for you!!!
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                  • #10
                    there was also a penis drawn onto the cover of "The Little Mermaid" video- and the priest on the ship gets a massive, um, amount of happiness at seeing Ariel.

                    We confirmed this as dirty little children
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by dramaqueen
                      there was also a penis drawn onto the cover of "The Little Mermaid" video- and the priest on the ship gets a massive, um, amount of happiness at seeing Ariel.

                      We confirmed this as dirty little children
                      actually I read that the priests thingy mahoo is actually is knee, but I havent rewatched it to confirm
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by dramaqueen
                        there was also a penis drawn onto the cover of "The Little Mermaid" video- and the priest on the ship gets a massive, um, amount of happiness at seeing Ariel.
                        But my question is: WHY?? Why did the animators do this? Was it because they thought no one would really notice and that could laugh at what they got away with? Don't get me wrong, I laugh when I see these things, I just wonder what their motivation was.
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                        • #13
                          Thingymahoo?
                          Tui has a thingymahoo!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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                          • #14
                            I heard that it was a disgruntled animator who knew that he was going to lose his job or something that motivated him to draw that for the video.
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                            • #15
                              ^ that is what I heard as well
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