Subliminal Messages in Disney Movies

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  • Topic: The Lion King, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, The Rescuers
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First, lets start by me explaining what Subliminal Messages are. Subliminal messages are words, images, or sounds that might appear in television or radio commercials, TV shows or movies, print ads or recorded music. Usually when subliminal messages are seen or heard, they’re not recognized for what they are. In fact they may be ignored by the conscious brain and be beyond the level of conscious perception.

The first question many people ask is do subliminal messages in Disney movies really exist? The answer is, yes, they do. The next question would likely be, why? No one know for certain, but the popular belief is that it started when a few Disney animators were angry that their names were not included in the credits, and wanted to get revenge. The type of subliminal messages in Disney movies varies. Some are innocent references to other Disney characters, and others have a much darker side. There is a scene in The Rescuers where Bianca and Bernard are riding through the city in a sardine box. There are two frames in this scene that shows a perfect image of a topless woman. It is clear to see if you are looking closely. The Little Mermaid contains a scene in which a character has an erection, and on the cover of every little girls favorite Disney movie, is something rather disturbing, something that wouldn't be spotted out right away. It just so happens that on one of the spires of the golden castle is the shape and detail of a penis. It is confirmed that the artists added this drawing because he was angry at Disney Studios, In The Lion King Timon, Simba and Pumba are lying down, staring up at the sky. Simba gets up, walks a distance and flops himself to the ground, forming dust particles in the air. The dust particles become a rolling cloud and in the cloud read the letters S-E-X. This frame passes to quick for the naked eye to see, but it is there. It is confirmed that the animators meant to put the letter S-F-X, an abbreviation for Disney's special...
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