Ever Since Walt Disney Studios released their very first feature-length animated movie way back in 1937, they’ve been the number one place to go to for cartoon joy. Many people’s favorite films come from the Disney stable, either because of nostalgic childhood memories or just because they’re so beautiful and lovingly, painstakingly made. Painstaking, of course, because every frame had to be drawn by hand (until recently).
If only there was a bit of a cheat for Walt and his animators. Something to quicken up the process of drawing each still. Well, there was! Subtle reusing and recycling of scenes and footage. Don’t believe us? Well, here’s the evidence!