15 TIMES DISNEY CHEATED AND USED THE SAME ILLUSTRATIONS IN DIFFERENT CARTOONS
Given the popularity of Snow White, there is no reason that Maid Marian wanted a piece of it in Robin Hood.
#14 Marian Copying Snow White
Seriously, Marian, you should have your own moves!
#13 The waltz scenes
Every waltz scene in the Disney movie is pretty much the same.
#12 The Same Scene
This scene is super similar in both the movies, Aristocats and 101 Dalmatians, just different colors and animals!
#11 The Scary Acts
The scary acts are always same in Disney movies, at least in Cinderella and 101 Dalmatians.
Okay, this is just too much!
#9 Maid Marian and Disney Movies Dance
Again, The Aristocats was released in 1970, three years before Robin Hood. Draw some fresh one-two steps.
#8 The Way Animals Cuddle
Are dogs and wolf the same animal? Well, Disney made them cuddle the same way
#7 Little John and Baloo
The way they dance tells everything about them
#6 Elephants in both Robin Hood and The Jungle Boo
They are all the same and it is so disappointing
#5 The Clapping
Even the clapping is same, come on Disney!
#4 The Sword in the Stone and 101 Dalmatians
These two seems to be a copy of each other! Look at their expressions, all the same
#3 Mowgli and Christopher Robin
These two have a lot in common!
#2 The Bambi and Alice in Wonderland
Just a few minor changes here and there and it's a whole different scene altogether
#1 The Weather Change
So you changed the weather and it's a whole new scene?
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