Tomorrowland Walt Disney's Carrousel of Progress

Walt Disney's Carrousel of Progress

fun facts fun facts
Holidays


Closed 20 October 2001

  1. I distinctly remember seeing a side view profile Mickey in the first scene. This one's very easy to miss. You have to sit far to the left. It is formed from one of the clouds outside the kitchen window. Sometimes you can also spot it through the kitchen window as you're rotating into the second scene.
    REPORTED: Jerry VanHise 05 SEP 00
  2. There is a Hidden Mickey in the second scene in the background. It is in the sink area, it is on a bronze, pitcher-shaped wall hanging. It looks like a profile view.
    REPORTED: Matt Ash 11 JUL 96
    A green splotch in a picture above the clock.
    CONFIRMED: Alanna Pasquale 14 DEC 96
  3. In either the act with the grandmother there are two hidden Mickeys. One is on the picture on the fake "back drop" wall that hides the rooms in which the other characters are shown. It is a picture of a flower pot with three perfectly shaped sunflowers. It might be in the same room as the abstract painting one. Then, in that same room, the grandmother that is shown watching the television, look at her shawl. There is one on there perfectly shaped and there is no other shape of the holes like that.
    REPORTED: Anelle M. Martinez 20 OCT 98
  4. There is a hidden Mickey in some of the decorative bronzework
    REPORTED: anon 10 APR 99
  5. During the second act, when the wife is on the right ironing, her shadow forms a Hidden Mickey. The shadow is cast by a different light than the one on the wife - definately a deliberate Hidden Mickey.
    REPORTED: Warren & Jennifer Powell 11 JAN 97
    Her shadow definitely forms a hidden Mickey when she moves her head back. She is constantly moving her head back and forth so the Mickey appears over and over. Something is concocted to cause this shape because her hat looks nothing like the shadow.
    CONFIRMED: Stephen Forsythe & Tammy Foster 22 JUN 97
  6. As you begin to move from the 2nd scene to the third, look through the window on the left. There's a figure dressed in what looks like a light (cream?) colored dress. The figure's head is a dark (black?) tri-circle Mickey.
    REPORTED: The Porter's 20 APR 99
  7. In the third scene, there are some brass decorative pots hanging in the kitchen to the upper right of the sink. When the lights go off to show the side scenes of the family the shadows from the overhang form a Hidden Mickey. The brass pots are the head while the shodows form the ears.
    REPORTED: George Nichols 19 MAY 97
  8. In a glass of liquid there is a Mickey Mouse icecube. This is relatively easy to see if you know what you're looking for.
    REPORTED: Alanna M. Pasquale 15 NOV 96
    CONFIRMED: anon 10 APR 99
    
    
    
    
    
  9. Last scene: painting on back wall is an abstract version of Mickey from Fantasia.
    Real Hidden Mickey See the WDW List and the list of contributors
    Note: I am no longer taking reports on this one unless there is a refurb and the Imagineers change this effect.
  10. In the last scene, there is a plush Mickey in a box under the Christmas tree. decor
    Real Hidden Mickey See the WDW List and the list of contributors
    Note: I am no longer taking reports on this one unless there is a refurb and the Imagineers change this effect.
  11. In the last scene, these is an opened parcel on the floor (right hand side of the Christmas Tree) with Disney wrapping paper.
    Real Hidden Mickey See the WDW List and the list of contributors
    Note: I am no longer taking reports on this one unless there is a refurb and the Imagineers change this effect.
  12. In the last scene, there is a Mickey nutcracker on the mantelpiece.
    Real Hidden Mickey See the WDW List and the list of contributors
    Note: I am no longer taking reports on this one unless there is a refurb and the Imagineers change this effect.
  13. In the last scene, there is a pepper mill with ears on the kitchen workbench.
    Real Hidden Mickey See the WDW List and the list of contributors
    Note: I am no longer taking reports on this one unless there is a refurb and the Imagineers change this effect.
  14. In the last scene, look at the TV and there are two stereo speakers above it both on the left and right side creating a Hidden Mickey.
    REPORTED: anon 25 MAY 97
    Unless Mickey's face and ears are square, this is not a Hidden Mickey.
    WISHFUL THINKING: Steve in Omaha 27 JUN 00
  15. This one is tricky. At one point the wife's computer screen flashes with a Mickey face for about 3 seconds.
    REPORTED: Nocturus 05 MAR 95
    CONFIRMED: Emma 19 APR 96
  16. In the 2nd or 3rd scene, there is a chair painted on the right hand screen. The tops of the legs definitely form a hidden Mickey.
    REPORTED: Michael Boden 07 SEP 01
  17. In the last scene the mother's hand shadows on the computer form a profile view of Mickey. Try not to involve the shadow of the pointer finger in the shadow and it is clearly visible when she moves her hand to form the shadow on the computer.
    REPORTED: Christine Smith 19 MAY 97
  18. When you are at the last segment of the show, there is a small glass on the table in front of the main speaker (the father.) The glass on top of the table has two plastic circles on it. When they are combined it looks like Mickey's head.
    REPORTED: Austin 04 JAN 98
  19. In the Christmas room there is a container on the counter in front of where the father is standing. The lid of that container has white Mickey ears on it!
    REPORTED: Karie Mc Mahon 24 APR 99
  20. This one is very tricky, also. Watch the big screen TV. When the son switches his virtual reality game over to the TV there is a very quick shot of a ship leaving the port on the game. On the back of the ship is a Hidden Mickey!
    REPORTED: Carolyn Sorrells 09 OCT 96
    CONFIRMED: Alanna Pasquale 14 DEC 96
    CONFIRMED: anon 10 APR 99
    CONFIRMED: Leila 31 JAN 00
  21. In the final scene, on the wall on the far left, a wreath is hung. The wreath is decorated with Christmas ornaments. On the right side of the wreath, 3 of the ornaments (1 large, two smaller) form a near-perfect Hidden Mickey. This is best viewed from the far right of the seating area.
    REPORTED: Rusty Martin 22 DEC 97
    There's a wreath in the very last act (the future or present, whatever you want). The bottom three ornaments do form the Mickey ears and head. I specifically looked for other ornaments that might possibly have accidentally formed the Mickey. There are NO other ones. Not even close! I even asked the workers of the ride.
    CONFIRMED: Anelle M. Martinez 20 OCT 98


Disney Toys | Disney Books | Disney Music | Disney Videos | Disney Software | Disney Magazines | Disneyana | More Shopping



Where to next?


For Web page problems contact

Web page ©1995-2006 by T.R. Shaw. All rights Reserved, USA and Worldwide