We've all seen Disney movies like The Incredibles, Mulan, and Aladdin. Well, the users of Reddit's MovieDetails have given us some reasons to go back and watch all those Disney movies we all grew up loving. The sub-Reddit was created in 2017 with a massive following of 2.3 million members. The users have bestowed upon us a collection of hidden gems in Disney movies to find during our next watch party. Even the biggest Disnerd wouldn't be able to spot these exiting hidden easter eggs. Scroll down and take a look back at all these Disney details you didn't notice.

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#1 In The Lion King, the lions retract/extend their claws as needed (even in subtle moments) ... but Scar's claws are always out.

via: djublonskopf

#2 In Tangled, the lantern that Rapunzel lofts back into the sky is the one lit by the queen and king (her true parents). It was the only one with the royal symbol of the sun on it.

via: Dimwit0

#3 In Mulan (1998), Mulan mentions 'Punctual' as one of the desirable qualities in a bride. This is a callback to Aladdin when the Genie accidentally tells him to say 'Punctual'.

via: Gunnrhildr

#4 In Lilo & Stitch (2002) Stitch’s adoption paper Nani signs is actually a thank you letter from the directors and producer to the people who helped create the film.

via: HellotoHorse

#5 In Pinocchio (1940) When Jiminy Cricket opens a book to tell the story of Pinocchio at the beginning of the film, two other books which Disney would later go on to animate are on the shelf. Alice in Wonderland (1951) and Peter Pan. (1953)

via: ill_jill

#6 Chicha from The Emperor’s New Groove (2000) is the first pregnant female character to appear in a Disney animated feature film, according to the DVD commentary. She’s also one of the first mother characters in a Disney film not to be killed off or villainized.

via: _Raines_

#7 The Incredibles (2004) features a cameo by Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, two legendary Disney animators who worked on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937).

via: Tokyono

#8 In Disney’s Hercules (1997) the Fates tell Hades "In 18 years precisely the planets will align ever so nicely", but only show 6 planets. The Greeks were only aware of 5 planets (plus Earth) which they could see with the naked eye.

via: beerbellybegone

#9 In Disney's Pinocchio (1940), Figaro has a little "sand box" next to his bed that is only visible in one shot.

via: isestrex

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