By Sam Stanhope. The Mouse House. The greatest producer of family entertainment that there ever was. Others, on the other hand, have been very deliberate. Or does it? Not according to ex-Disney animator Tom Sito, who says the cloud is much more innocent than that.
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What could be safer than a Disney cartoon? The Disney brand is all about fun for the whole family and the Mouse House works hard to maintain that image. But over the years, a few not-so-G-rated moments have popped up in the Disney shorts and movies. Check out ten of the most censored moments from Disney classics.
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The wonderful world of Disney has long been suspected of hiding subliminal sexual messages in its animated films. From inappropriate words hidden in the sky in "The Lion King" to suggestive language in "Aladdin," the evidence against the Mouse seems to mount up fast In the age of the Internet, it's hard to tell what's real any more. For instance, an image of a purported sex scene in " Toy Story 3 " went viral after the movie's release, but that just turned out to be a well-executed hoax. To learn the truth behind the supposed sexual images in Disney films, HuffPost Entertainment spoke with former Disney animator Tom Sito. Even though you didn't know it, Sito was a big part of your childhood. Now teaching animation at USC , Sito took some time to school us on what's real and what's misinformation when it comes to those scandalous Disney scenes.
Walt Disney had a wonderful eye for animation. His artists and film recordists wanted to test this so, in compiling an early sequence of film for Walt to view they added one frame of a naked woman. Considering Disney works at 24 frames per seconds it would take a great eye to spot this lady. During the pre-showing to Walt the offenders in question waited for the scene to appear; it did and Walt said nothing. Since Walt Disney personally examined every foot of film produced at his studio, he was quite adept at spotting even the smallest mistakes. One director, who had seen Walt spot mistakes that no one else could see, even contended that Walt could catch a mistake on a single frame of film as it was run full speed in the projection room. We finally decided that the best way to find out whether Walt could perform this incredible feat was to test him. Thus we had a film editor cut one tiny frame in a strip of film and in its place cut in another frame — a picture of a woman, stark naked. When the time of the screening arrived, we all sat nervously quiet in the sweatbox watching Walt.