What could be safer than a Disney cartoon? The Disney brand is all about fun for the whole family and the Mouse House works hard to maintain that image. But over the years, a few not-so-G-rated moments have popped up in the Disney shorts and movies. Check out ten of the most censored moments from Disney classics. During the scene where Prince Eric nearly marries a magically disguised Ursula, the bishop officiating the ceremony appears to be a little too excited about the impending nuptials. Whether it was an innocent error or someone trying to slip a suggestive image into the film, Disney has since edited the scene to remove the bulge.
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From nakedjen's site:. His bedroom really is off limits. The minute you step into his bedroom, loud alarms sound and Disney cast members come running to see what all the commotion is about. They then will discover you standing there half in the room, half out of the room without your clothes on and they will not be PLEASED at all. While there are loads of very small children traipsing through, there are no alarms and thus you have a far better chance of actually getting naked, having your niece snap a quick photo, and moving along to the next attraction without creating a spectacle! Link Thanks, Chuck! Reader comment: Greg says: "Definitely photoshopped. The light and figure outline are done very badly.
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Growing up a Disney Channel star definitely has its perks , but there are some aspects that can be annoying to deal with — one of them trying to get people to accept the fact that you're now an adult. While maybe not the best way to go about it, posting a nude pic on Instagram, or baring all in a movie or TV show, will definitely get the message across loud and clear you're not 12 anymore. Check out which of your faves have showed off their stuff. Hours before she was supposed to host the VMAs, the Hannah Montana star posted a nude selfie on Instagram which has since been deleted, as has the rest of her Instas. This one was posted in , with the caption: "This was fun fashionweek highlights. Another super racy pic Bella shared in was her GQ Mexico cover.
Disney also maintained that the images were not placed in the film by any of their animators but were instead inserted during the post-production process. The company decided to recall 3. As well, the frames in question were not noticeable during a normal viewing of the film — one had to know they were there and freeze-frame the video to view them. So why did Disney choose to issue an announcement about The Rescuers and recall the video at that time?