If you think you’re the biggest fan of Disney that ever lived and you know absolutely everything there is to know about the House of Mouse (and everything that goes along with it), well…you might be right.
Just in case you’re not, though, don’t you want to scroll through these 13 Disney facts and see what we’ve got?
You never know, we could surprise you!
Betty Lou Gerson was also the voice of Cruella de Vil in 101 Dalmatians.
It was obviously a gamble that paid off, but he must have been nervous.
Even his wife, Lillian, suspected the movie would be a bust.
A practice that’s obviously made a lot of people a lot of money in the decades since.
The 78 rpm record was a big seller.
Apparently scary lady voices are hard to find.
The face you see in the crystal ball, though, is Imagineer Leota Toombs Thomas.
Released in 1930, the licensing of the character to earn extra money was an eye-opener./h1>
The tune from Pinocchio won for Best Original Song.
New Orleans Square at Disneyland, Liberty Square at Magic Kingdom, Fantasyland at Tokyo Disneyland, and in Paris, you’ll find it in Frontierland.
90% of their production was propaganda films, training films, print campaigns, and other things that supported the Allies’ war effort.
It went into production in 1951 and was released in 1959 – Disney was working on building Disneyland at the same time.
Animators then used the live-action movements as reference to animate the movie. Wild.
There’s probably no way to make a human more likable.
Well, I’m waiting on the verdict!
Tell us in the comments which, if any, of these facts were new to you!