Best known for entertaining children the world over, Disney has also developed a reputation for some saucy, secret messages.
Adults who grew up with Disney films have started to realize the naughty messages they missed as kids as they revisit their childhood favourite films.
Eagle-eyed Disney fans have become convinced the entertainment giant has snuck sexy messages into its films, and especially, its movie posters.
Take, for example, 2010’s Tangled based on the Rapunzel fairytale.
The movie poster shows Rapunzel using her long, golden locks as a kind of lasso to entrap the handsome thief, Flynn.
But fans are sure the hair wrapped around his body is shaped deliberately in a way that it spells, “sex.”
While Lion King fans think they spotted something very sexy in Simba’s face on the “King has returned” poster.
Some people believe the shape of a near-naked woman can be made out along Simba’s nose, and even took the time to draw it in to prove their point.
And in The Little Mermaid’s promotional posters, fans think King Triton’s palace has some very phallic features on the outside.
Meanwhile, a cover for a Mickey and Minnie Mouse adventure sees Minnie’s blue dress look unfortunately like a phallus according to some Disney fans.
These are just some of the examples of Disney’s cheeky side with grown-up fans now starting to hear innuendos in many of their favorite films.
Classic film Aladdin has lots of cheeky moments – most of them courtesy of the madcap Genie.
Its sequel, Aladdin and the King of Thieves is no exception either, but some of the jokes may have gone over the heads of viewers when they were kids.
Now they are adults however, many have suddenly realized one joke was about sex.
The Genie, voiced by the late, great Robin Williams, helps Aladdin and Princess Jasmine prepare for their wedding.
However, before the big day, Aladdin reunites with his long-lost father Cassim, who is obsessed with finding the Hand of Midas, which turns everything it touches to gold.
ALL SHOOK UP
Chaos then ensues, and at one point, Aladdin and Jasmine are standing on top of an elephant when one of the villains jabs it in the rear with something sharp.
The animal shakes leaving Jasmine and Aladdin shocked, before the Genie quips: “I thought the earth wasn’t supposed to move until the honeymoon?”
One fan wrote online: “I never caught this one as a kid. Only Robbin Williams could get away with a joke like that.”
Another added: “I’m 30 years old and didn’t know what this meant. I had to look this up.”
The original Aladdin came out in 1992, while the first sequel, Return of Jafar was released in 1994, before Aladdin and the King of Thieves followed two years later in 1996.
It isn’t the only rude moment in a Disney film though, as The Rescuers accidentally featured a topless lady, while The Little Mermaid had to remove a scene which looked like a character had got overexcited.