1. In the background of Inside Out, you can see a game box for something called "Find Me!" That fish sure looks familiar...

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2. In Toy Story 2, you can see Rex's video game guide says "$4.95, or $50.00" Canada -- ouch

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3. If you scan the Land of the Dead during its first big scene in Coco, you can see several skulls outlined by the cityscape

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4. Also early on in Coco, if you slow down a crowd scene you can see some suspicious individuals

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These two fellas seem like they're making a deal of some sort

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Is that... Pablo Escobar? Is this a drug deal?!

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5. Disney/Pixar movies have TONS of inside references. In Coco you can see a couple familiar pinatas on the street, in the form of a certain cowboy and a space ranger

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And hey, that looks like Mike Wazowski too

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They're not all so obvious -- this girl in Inside Out is wearing a shirt just like Sid from Toy Story (only inverted)

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Though in Cars, the reference on Lightning McQueen's tires is a little less subtle
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There's one extra neat detail, though -- zoom in and you can see where they're from: Sector 4, Gamma Quadrant, home of Buzz himself

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It's tough to see, but in Lilo and Stitch, you can see a Mulan poster in Nani's room

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There are also loads of Disney dog cameos in Oliver and Company, during the big "Why Should I Worry?" number

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Pongo from 101 Dalmatians is easy enough to spot (pun definitely intended)

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But you can also see Peg, Trusty and Jock from Lady and the Tramp in that same scene

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6. Speaking of 101 Dalmatians, I went my whole life without realizing that Lucky has a horseshoe pattern on his back

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7. This one's slightly smaller, but when Maui is stuck in half-shark form in Moana, you can see his tattoos are also stuck in shark form

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8. There's a secret message in Lilo and Stitch, when Nani is signing the adoption papers at the end of the movie

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Zoom in and you can see it's actually a note thanking the cast and crew

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It's hard to see, so here's the full text in case you'd like to read it

Let it be known and stated in this, the fiftieth state of the union, on this, the 22nd day of September, 2001 tha tthe Directos and Producer of the animated project LILO & STITCH (the "Picture") wish to recogniz the hard work and amazing talent of the Flordia Feature Animation Studio, including but not limited to, the artists, production management team and overhead departments, as well as acknowledge their meritorious service in conjuction with the production of the Picture. Additional recognition is given to California and Paris Feature Animation as well as our partners at Disney-MGM Studios for their participation and support during the making of Lilo & Stitch.

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9. In 2013, tensions in Norway flared over whether to stack wood bark-side or wood-side up. This is why you see two men arguing about it in Frozen

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10. The Sasquatch in A Goofy Movie seems to have a relative in the sequel, An Extremely Goofy Movie

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11. In Coco, you get some nice foreshadowing about the true owner of the guitar if you look closely

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Does that gold tooth look familiar? It should

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12. In the first Cars movie, the mountain range you see was actually inspired by the real-life Cadillac Ranch

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13. In Moana, it looks as though Tamatoa is hoarding Genie's lamp from Aladdin

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14. In Cars 2 (I know), there's a little tapestry hanging up that's basically the automobile version of the one seen in Brave

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15. In the opening of Up, Ellie is represented by the color pink. It starts out pretty bright

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As the sequence progresses and Ellie grows sick, the pink starts to fade from the frame

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Eventually, as Carl is coming home from the funeral, the pink can be seen fading from the frame completely

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