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Sexual innuendos in aladdin


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 Sexual innuendos in aladdin 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 USCSito took some time to school us on what's real and what's misinformation when it comes to those scandalous Disney scenes. Without further ado, here's the truth behind some of Disney's most controversial moments: The bishop seems like he enjoys weddings a little too much.

A close look at the man during the marriage scene in "Little Mermaid" appears to show him getting an erection.

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It turns out that Sito was the actual artist who created the bishop character and drew the scene. And people are just seeing what they want to see.

What appears to happen: While having some trouble with Rajah, Aladdin seems to say, "Good teenagers take off your clothes.

Sexual innuendos in aladdin at that moment that your pre-teen self would giggle and hit the rewind button over and over. According Sexual innuendos in aladdin the "Aladdin" director's commentarythe line is actually an ad-lib to extend the scene. It's supposed to say something like, "Good tiger. Adding to the evidence that the controversial line is just misheard, Sito told us, "The two animators who were doing that sequence are both, like, very religious guys An image of a naked woman appears in the background as Bianca and Bernard speed by, resulting in your mom never allowing you to watch the movie again.

The animator went on to explain that when there was a reedition of the movie, a lot of the original executives who produced the video tape were gone. Not knowing about the naked image, the new executives used the original negative from in the reedition. This reportedly led to a major recall. I mean, the Playboy centerfold. But nobody asked us," added Sito.

According to Sito, the word isn't a subliminal sexual message. It's just a shout out to the special effects department. Whether it's Sid's suspected appearance in "Toy Story 3" or Rapunzel showing up in "Frozen," Disney films are full of easter eggs.

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