What Do You Think About These Possible Hidden Mickeys?

What do you think about these images from around Disney’s Hollywood Studios? Are they close enough to be called Hidden Mickeys?

As you walk along the entrance queue of Toy Story Mania, search for this gray dinosaur on a poster on the wall to your left. It’s Trixie from “Toy Story,” and three spots near her left upper horn might form a three-circle (classic) Hidden Mickey, tilted to your right. What do you think?

Toy Story Mania, Queue Poster with Hidden Mickey Spots on Trixie the Dinosaur

On an opening screen in the Voyage of The Little Mermaid movie, three round foam spots in the water, at the lower middle of the photo, suggest a classic Hidden Mickey, or not?

Voyage of The Little Mermaid water foam Hidden Mickey on opening screen

I debate the following image from time to time, and folks continue to write to me about it. I admit; it’s close, but is it a bona fide classic Hidden Mickey? I’m referring to the alarm bell, and maybe the shadows to the left of the bell, above the elevator doors in the pre-show video of The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. (Thanks to azc, and Mike Dittamo.)

The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror alarm bell Hidden Mickey in pre-show video

Feel free to let us know what you think of these images below, and be sure to follow AllEars.Net on social media: @allearsnet

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Steve Barrett is a doctor and Disney nut whose favorite Walt Disney World memory is strolling through the Magic Kingdom with his young son on his shoulders. Not surprisingly, his favorite spot in the World is anywhere there's a Hidden Mickey. He suggests that all visitors take some time to chat with cast members, especially when looking for Hidden Mickeys, as they can enrich your Disney experience and make it even more magical.

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One Reply to “What Do You Think About These Possible Hidden Mickeys?”

  1. I’ve read that, due to global warming, hidden mickeys are declining and may be extinct by the year 2020. Better book a Disney vacation, it might be your last chance to see them in their natural habitat.

    Ironically though, Disney scientists have noticed a sharp increase in hidden Donald’s. Their theory is that Disney characters wearing shirts and no pants are better able to tolerate the increased temperatures than those wearing pants and no shirt. This natural selection process could lead to an increase of epidemic proportions of hidden Pluto’s, due to their complete lack of clothing.