Hidden Mickeys

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  1. When Pinocchio catches his finger on fire, Geppeto is frantically running around to try and find water to put it out, he runs by a table with a mirror on it, the top of the mirror is in the shape of Mickey. There are two small circles protruding out of the sides with the base of the mirror being round, thus giving you a Mickey.
    REPORTED: Daniel Hansberger 02 NOV 94
    I do not believe that Walt Disney thought of the idea of Hidden Mickeys back in 1940, when the film was released. Therefore, I think that the Hidden Mickeys in "Pinocchio" are not official Hidden Mickeys.
    WISHFUL THINKING: Dean A Scungio 25 JUL 96
  2. In Pinocchio there's another Hidden Mickey in the part where Pinocchio's finger is on fire... There is a chair with a jumble of toys on it. The back of the chair has a hole for the face and two circles for ears making a Hidden Mickey.
    REPORTED: anon 09 JUL 97
    CONFIRMED: Stephanie 26 OCT 98
    In Pinocchio, there is a terrific hidden Mickey... The scene where Geppeto is racing to put out Pinocchio's finger in Cleo's bowl... Slow it down and take a look at the chair in the foreground. The top of the chair is a perfect Mickey.
    CONFIRMED: Susanne Bayes Koenig 29 APR 00
  3. When Pinocchio is locked in the bird cage, the lock looks very much like a tri-circle Mickey with smallish ears.
    REPORTED: Melanie Emmons 22 JUN 96
    The "ears" seen on the lock on the cage are part of the design of the lock and are too small to be Mickey's ears.
    WISHFUL THINKING: Dean A Scungio 25 JUL 96
    The lock on the birdcage in Stromboli's wagon is a Hidden Mickey. My kids and I watched it 6 times and it's there for quite some time. There are different views of it (from different angles) so it doesn't always look proportioned correctly, but it appears to be the same kind of lock (although animated) as you can find on Tom Sawyer's Island where Injun Joe's treasure is.
    CONFIRMED: tinkerbellsmom 23 APR 01
  4. At the end there's a clock on the wall on the right and the center of the clock makes the face and the hands make the ears
    REPORTED: Ryan Torstvet 06 JUN 97
  5. Look at Pinocchio's shirt - the two buttons are the ears and the part above that is the head that forms a Mickey.
    REPORTED: Randy Niemann 09 AUG 98

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