Hidden Characters Pop Up All Over Epcot’s World Showcase

Faithful readers of AllEars.net know we do a regular feature on Hidden Mickeys, but today we’re bringing you something a little different.

“Hidden” Abu from Aladdin in Morocco Pavilion

A stroll around Epcot‘s World Showcase had us discovering a different kind of hidden character — in fact all kinds of hidden characters!

These characters just popped up this week, and we assume are in celebration of the Epcot Festival of the Arts. See who we found!

“Hidden” Skippy from Robin Hood in UK Pavilion

In order to not spoil the fun for you, we’ll tell you the country pavilions that each of these characters are hiding in, but not the exact location! That way you and your family can be on the look out for these characters — and there might be some we missed!

“Hidden” Lumiere from Beauty and the Beast in France Pavilion
“Hidden” Aristocats in France Pavilion

Can you see the next two hidden characters? Look really closely!

“Hidden” Mouse (Amos) from the short “Ben & Me” in American Adventure Pavilion
“Hidden” Jiminy Cricket from Pinocchio in Italy Pavilion

Be sure to tag us @allears.net when you find these and post them on Instagram!

“Hidden” Pascal from Tangled in Germany Pavilion

This little hidden character even found a snack in the Germany pavilion!

“Hidden” Pascal from Tangled in Germany Pavilion
“Hidden” Timon and Pumba from The Lion King

The last two hidden characters we found were in the China pavilion.

“Hidden” Mushu with Cri-kee from Mulan in China Pavilion
“Hidden” Little Brother from Mulan in China Pavilion

What do you think of this addition to the Festival of the Arts this year? Did we find all of the hidden characters? Let us know in the comments below!

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12 Replies to “Hidden Characters Pop Up All Over Epcot’s World Showcase”

  1. Dang it. We were at Epcot yesterday on our last day and walked the countries twice with my kid! I wish I had read this yesterday! Lol. Oh well.

  2. That’s not a Cinderella mouse. That’s the mouse from “Ben and Me”. The kite and the key are the clue. Bejamin Franklin and his mouse friend discover electricity and have other adventures in the short. It’s a pretty obscure reference. That’s also the reason it’s in the American Adventure.

    1. Thank you all! I didn’t think it was from Cinderella either, but I couldn’t think of what it could be! I must admit, I don’t think I’ve ever seen Ben and Me — I’ve heard of it, but never have seen it.

      1. It was in heavy rotation on the disney channel in the late 80s. I always thought it was odd that Benjamin Franklin came off as a bit inept when compared to Amos the mouse. ?

  3. The mouse isn’t from Cinderella. That’s Amos from the 1953 short “Ben & Me”, which tells the story of Ben Franklin from the perspective of a church mouse.

  4. The mouse at the American Pavilion is not one of the mice from Cinderella, but is in fact the “me” of the short film “Ben and Me;” Ben being Benjamin Franklin, thus the kite.

  5. I hate to be one of those Disney people who insists on correcting little mistakes lol, but the mouse in the American Adventure Pavilion is not from Cinderella. It’s the mouse “Amos” from “Ben and Me.”

    I also have to say that I love seeing some of the lesser known Disney classics like “Ben and Me” get some representation in the parks. Especially when it fits the theme so perfectly! Great job on this one Disney!