A113 is a classroom number at the California Institute of Arts, where many talented animators studied.
It’s in Lilo and Stitch a second time when Stitch pretends to be a giant monster after he makes a San Francisco replica!
IG99 could also be a Star Wars reference since one of the bounty hunters in The Empire Strikes Back is named IG88. I’m sure the heading was concocted by the writter of the article and had nothing to do with the report itself.
Jopnesy, why are you mouthing off like joppa the hut to someone who complimented the article? On the wiki there’s a bigger list of movies and animations in which that easter-egg appeared. IT’S NOT JUST DISNEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What kind of “secret mark” would I leave if I knew it would be seen by millions? Is an inside joke present as an Easter egg in animated films created by alumni of California Institute of the Arts, referring to the classroom number used by graphic design and character animation students at the school that was used by John Lasseter and Brad Bird among others. The writer of this might not be at blame for the confusion, Headlines are often written by an editor.
Not only did you not read the whole article, you didn’t even look at all the pictures. Pixar fans who have been around the block when it comes to the Easter Eggs within the films, you know all about A113. Your information may be shared with other NBCUniversal businesses and used to better tailor our services and advertising to you. Posted by Slinger - 7 years agoYou posted this just as Gaston's theme from Sleeping Beauty came up on my itunes. Posted by Crimson Orchid - 7 years agoSlinger said: "You posted this just as Gaston's theme from Sleeping Beauty came up on my itunes.
Posted by Precise - 7 years agoomg, i was thinking the same thing about the Quasimodo one when i watched the movie.. Posted by King Saturn - 7 years agoFae said: "My childhood stories crushed before my very eyes! First-year graphic designers and animators studied here before they went on to work for Disney and Pixar, and the mark that classroom has made was left on many of our favorite films and TV shows.
When I went thru Graphic Arts course, the school asked me to make out the diplomas for our graduates. Online - Your source for entertainment news, celebrities, celeb news, and celebrity gossip.
The Lion King: To Be Successful, Sometimes People Got to Die Simba always knew that he was going to succeed his father, Mufasa, as the next Lion King.

V__VSo, wait, I'm confused: Should I make a deal with the devil to get what I want or just wait for a fairy godmother to come and make my dreams come true anyways? The internet would have conspiracy pages dedicated to them, and I’d just be sitting at home laughing at having driven millions of people to the brink of madness. But we do need to explain it to other people who might like to know about the number that pops up in almost every Pixar film (and beyond).If you have an eagle eye, you've spotted "A113" many, many times while watching Pixar movies. If you have seen it in Monsters, Inc., please, do share your findings!So if you ever spot A113 in a film you're watching, then someone who worked on it is an alumnus of Cal Arts' Animation Program and is just continuing a running gag. But fate liked spitting in poor little Simba's face, and his dear old dad got trampled to death by wildebeests. I’m going to be watching every one of these movies to see which of these screenshots are photoshopped.
There's a reason it gets slipped into these movies.And that reason is the animators paying tribute to where they started their careers. Later, all grown up, he reclaims his thrown and Scar suffers the double whammy of falling off a cliff and getting torn apart by hyenas. They didn’t even try to throw in a guess as to what the number is, just threw a bunch of screenshots in it and mentioned the number. First you have Scar, who knew he couldn't be king of the Pridelands until that dick Mufasa and his brat son were out of the way. So Scar did away with both of them, killing Mufasa and banishing Simba, and, as a result, he got to be king for a descent amount of time.
After all, the movie doesn't end with Simba convincing Scar to renounce his evil ways, or putting Scar in lion jail. And they even arranged it so that Simba wouldn't have any of the pesky guilt that would have come with actually doing the deed himself.
But in her state of mind, she actually thought that her dreams would just sort of happen if she sat around being miserable long enough. It never occurred to her that she had the ability to just tell her stepmother to go fuck herself.
Instead she kept scrubbing floors and believing that, if she continued to wish very hard and take absolutely no action, everything would fall into place. Some kind of "Fairy Godmother" will sweep into your life at any moment, and find you a man to take care of everything. But she wanted to live on shore and find love so bad that she made a "deal" with a "devil" and "sells" her beautiful voice, or "soul" so to speak. Beauty and the Beast: Just Because He's Abusive, Doesn't Mean He's Not a Really Good Guy After a spoiled prince pretty much tells an old beggar woman to eff off, he is transformed into a beast, as it turns out the beggar is an enchantress. And she makes it very clear that until he learns to love and thus is loved in return, there will be no ladies in his life and it's just going to be him and his hand for a very long time. As luck would have it, there happens to be a woman out there named Belle with a heart big enough to share with unfortunate-looking people such as the Beast, and she's not too bad to look at either.

When her father is kidnapped by the Beast, Belle offers herself in exchange for his freedom.
From the first moment Quasimodo laid his misshapen eyes on her, the poor dope was madly in love with Esmeralda.
French society had given both of them the middle finger, and they both liked sticking it to Frollo.
But just as Quasimodo was starting to feel good about himself, Esmeralda meets another guy: the dashing and completely non-deformed Captain Phoebus. And who in their right mind would pass up tall, dark and handsome for short, pale and abominable?
Sleeping Beauty: If a Guy Saves Your Ass, it Belongs to Him There's always that one person who wasn't invited to the party for very good reasons, but feels they are entitled to show up anyway.
The party crasher in this Disney movie happens to be a very powerful, very evil fairy named Maleficent who curses the birthday girl, Princess Aurora, to prick her finger on a spindle of all things and, well, die. Suddenly, the music stops with a needle scratch and there's an awkward silence as the evil bitch makes her exit. However, a fellow party-going fairy counteracts the curse by blessing the princess, saying that the princess will instead merely fall asleep until a prince--and she means any prince--comes along and pretty much date rapes her.
The Fox and the Hound: Sometimes People Are Different, and That's Awful After his mother gets capped and is presumably turned into a tasteful wall ornament, a little fox named Tod is taken in by an old woman to be raised on a farm.
Tod thinks the two will be friends forever, but over the winter Copper leaves on a hunting trip, and when he returns he's a full fledged fox-killing machine. Chief gets injured, and Copper makes it his mission in life to see former friend Tod meat packaged. Our fox and hound find their long friendship thoroughly obliterated and end up trying to kill each other.
Only after the member of the pursued and persecuted race does a favor for his oppressor (when the hunted saves the hunter's life) does the hound grant the fox permission to continue living. But not as equals; the hound returns to his home with the humans and the fox returns to the wild. That is how we will heal our racial and socioeconomic differences: by separating ourselves. If only we could institute some kind of "segregation" where all of us could be with our own kind, none of this unpleasantness would happen.Thanks for showing us the way, Mr.

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