DISNEY Recycled its Classic Cartoons

Recycling has only become fashionable in the past few decades but it seems that
Disney has been doing it since the dark ages.

Researchers have revealed that scenes from much-loved cartoons such as Robin Hood
and Winnie The Pooh were copied from the studio’s earlier hits.

Disney has ‘recycled’ some of its backgrounds and animation
sequences over and over again.

The technique is called rotoscoping and industry insiders say
it is a legitimate method of cutting costs in movie-making.

Look familiar? Mowgli throws a stone in The Jungle Book (1967)
and Christopher Robin in an identical scene in Winnie The Pooh ten years later

Doggy love: Arthur is kissed by a dog in The Sword In The Stone in 1963 (left)
– as is Mowgli in The Jungle Book in 1967

Clap in time: Snow White puts her hands together…
s does Maid Marian 36 years later

Step in time: Maid Marian shows off her dance moves in Robin Hood…

…and Snow White dances for the seven dwarfs

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