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The Adventures of Ichabod & Mr. Toad

If you successfully complete Mr. Toad's Wild Ride game by getting at least 12 of the 15 trivia questions correct, you are treated to the 8-minute cartoon short "Susie the Lonesome Blue Coupe."
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Bambi II
One of two menu themes (spring of winter) is selected at random upon the start-up of the DVD. To manually switch between the menu styles, highlight the "Bonus Features" listing and press Right. This will highlight either a snowflake or a leaf (depending on which setting you're in) and pressing Enter will switch to the alternate menu theme. - submitted by Andy C.
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Beauty and the Beast
From Disc 2's Main Menu, enter Cogsworth and Lumiere's library. There highlight the "Main Menu" listing at the bottom of the page and press Up to highlight the chair by the fireplace. Press Enter to view DVD credits. - submitted by Andy C.
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Cars
After a few cycles of the Main Menu, the Dinoco logo shows up in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. Highlight it and press Enter. You are treated to a 45-second clip of Mater and Lightning watching a Cars version of the Pixar short Boundin'.
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Chicken Little
Move around the Main Menu until an unmarked hexagon is highlighted. Press Enter to view a 1-minute promotional spot featuring Foxy Loxy.
Move around the Bonus Features menu until an unmarked hexagon is highlighted. Press Enter to view a 1-minute promotional spot featuring Fish Out of Water.
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The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe
From Disc 1's Main Menu, press Up to highlight the lion's head. Pressing Enter loses the menu options but keeps the montage of snowy Narnia scenery, making it a screensaver of sorts.
In Disc 2's "Evolution of an Epic" menu (obviously not available on the single-disc edition), highlight the listing "Anatomy of a Scene" and press Left. An icon will appear in the director's chair, press Enter to view an 82-second clip on the amazing Turkish Delight-enduring skills of Skandar Keyes (Edmund).
From the "Creatures, Lands & Legends" and "Explore Narnia" menus, you can uncover a series of credit screens.
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Dinosaur (Collector's Edition)
From Disc 2's Main Menu, highlight "Development" and press Left to highlight the "Staff Meeting" Post-It note on the computer monitor. The note changes to say "DVD Credits" - press Enter to view four pages of credits - submitted by Andy C.
In Disc 2's Development menu, click the fossil icon to view Winsor McCay's pioneering 1914 animated short "Gertie the Dinosaur" (6:22), as excerpted from an episode of Walt's "Disneyland" anthology series.
In Disc 2's Creating Characters menu, click the fossil icon to view a 90-second reel of computer bloopers that arose during the animation of Dinosaur.
In Disc 2's Production Progression menu, click the fossil icon to see a 5-minute clip of Walt Disney with three baby Brontosauruses of the audio-animatronic variety. They were used in the 1964-65 New York World's Fair, which is the subject of this excerpt.
In Disc 2's Publicity menu, click the fossil icon for "Recycle Rex", a 12-minute educational cartoon on to protect the environment.
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"Dinosaurs": The Complete First and Second Seasons
From Disc 1's Main Menu, highlight the egg that represents the "o" in "Dinosaurs" for a 20-second introduction from producer Brian Henson.
Also on Disc 1's Main Menu, move the cursor over to Earl's shoulder. Another egg will appear. Pressing Enter takes you to a talk from Bill Barretta (2:20) on what it was like to be inside Earl.
From Disc 1's Bonus Features menu, highlight the listing "Creating Dinosaurs" and press Left to reveal an egg on Baby's chin. This takes you to a 40-second clip with creator-executive producer Michael Jacobs, who points out what all the character's names have in common.
In Disc 2's Set Up menu, highlight the "Main Menu" listing and press Right. Another egg is uncovered and takes you to the first of two "Ask Earl" archive clips. This one answers the question "What's your favorite kind of dinosaur?"
On the second page of Disc 2's Episode Selection menu, highlight Episode 5 "Endangered Species" and press Down. This leads to a goofy 23-second clip of Bill Barretta and Allan Trautman explaining the significance of the series.
In Disc 3's Main Menu, highlight the listing "Set Up" and press Down. This provides the second "Ask Earl" clip in which the paterfamilias answers "What's the message behind 'Dinosaurs'?"
From Disc 3's Set Up Menu, highlight "Main Menu" and press Left. Pressing Enter yields another short clip with Barretta and Trautman, who share a trouser size factoid and joking directions to more Easter eggs.
Also on Disc 3, highlighting "Refrigerator Day" (episode 12) the first page of the Episode Selection menu and pressing Down showcases a nearly two-minute clip of Baretta takeing us inside the Baby puppet.
On Disc 4's Set Up Menu, highlight "English for the Hearing Impaired" and press Left for an 82-second short in which Barretta shares behind-the-scenes photos from a scrapbook his wife made him.
Finally, from Disc 4's Episode Selection menu, highlight episode 21 and press Up to view a 10-second clip of suite designer Peter Brooke revealing middle or maiden names for three characters.
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"Dinosaurs": The Complete Third and Fourth Seasons
From Disc 4's Main Menu, move the cursor next to Set Up and press Left to access an 11-second clip from a TGIF promo for the show's premiere.
Also from the Disc 4 Main Menu, move the cursor next to Set Up and press Right to highlight the "O" in DINOSAURS for another promo for the series' launch.
From Disc 4's Bonus Features menu, move the egg cursor next to "I'm the Baby, Gotta Love Me!!." Press Left and an egg will appear in the O in Bonus Features. Press Enter for a behind-the-scenes look at performers goofing around in costume.
On Disc 4's Bonus Features menu, put the cursor next to "Audio Commentary for Episode: Into the Woods." Press right and an egg will appear at the top right of the screen. Press enter for a 40-second clip of Brian Henson discussing the poetic nature of foam latex.
Finally, from Disc 4's Bonus Features menu, move the cursor to "Creatures with a Cause." Press Right and an egg will appear at the bottom left of the screen. This leads to a two-minute clip of Kevin Clash (voice/puppeteer of Baby) talking about meeting and knowing Jim Henson.
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The Emperor's New Groove (Collector's Edition)
From Disc 2's Main Menu, highlight "Choose Your Groove" and press "Right" to see a list of DVD credits.
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Finding Nemo
From Disc 1's Bonus Features menu, press the "Left" button to highlight a fish icon. Press enter to hear a little clip from Bruce.
Also on Disc 1's Bonus Features menu, if you highlight the "Back" menu entry and press Down, another fish appears. Pressing Enter takes you to a short video clip of Dory and Marlin.
In the "Visual Commentary" section of Disc 1, highlight the Aquarium button and press "Up." Another fish icon appears, and when you press Enter, you get a clip of Bruce and Dory.
In Disc 1's Setup menu, highlight the Subtitles option and press Left. Another fish icon appears. Press enter to hear another clip.
In the Disc 2 Bonus Features menu, highlight the "Back" button and press down to highlight another fish icon. Here, you'll see a commercial for the AquaScum 2K3 cleaning system seen in the film.
From that same Bonus Features menu on Disc 2, go to the "Behind the Scenes" menu. Highlight "Studio Tour" and press Up to reveal yet another fish icon. This one's a short clip of Dory.
If you check out Mr. Ray's Encyclopedia on Disc 2, highlight the "Back" option and press Down for another Dory clip.
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Walt Disney's Funny Factory, Volume 1 With Mickey and Volume 2 With Donald
Move the cursor around the Main Menu's factory. Unmarked icons usually lead to assorted brief gags (a banana peel sliding, a flower that sprays water at "you", etc.). Selecting the middle ball in the jester's hat leads to a game for up to 4 players in which you pick one of five sets of chattering teeth to win a race against each other.
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Freaky Friday (2003)
From the Main Menu, highlight "Captions" and press Right to highlight the fortune cookie. Press Enter to swap the characters and clothes. You can repeat this procedure to four different versions of the Menu in total.
From the Bonus Features menu, highlight "Freaky Jams" and press Down to highlight Jamie Lee Curtis' head. Now, press Enter to see her performing the entire guitar solo from the House of Blues concert partially seen in the movie. - both submitted by Andy C.
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The Incredibles
From Disc 1's Commentaries menu, you'll find a random 33-second clip of Mr. Incredible dancing in his old costume.
All of Disc 2's Easter eggs involve waiting for an Omindroid icon to show up in the top right hand corner, selecting it and pressing Enter when it appears.
From Disc 2's Main Menu, the Omindroid icon takes you to a 2 minute montage of shots involving buttons, doors, and explosions.
From the Deleted Scenes menu, there is a 80-second deleted scene in which Dash's mustachioed teacher gives his pupils some terrible life advice.
The Behind the Scenes menu leads to two separate clips (which are alternately accessible from the Omindroid icon): an 80-second short on animators Ollie Johnston and Frank Thomas, and a 65-second piece on spirited story supervisor Mark Andrews.
The More Making of menu's Omnidroid icon alternates between two alternate takes of shots in the film, which appear in an unfinished form.
The Publicity menu's Omnidroid alternates between a pair of 10-second interstitials, which depict Mr. Incredible fighting for remote control powers with Dash and Frozone.
The Set Up menu's Easter egg is effects artist Mach Kobayashi's amusing 3-minute version of The Incredibles acted out with sock puppets.
Finally, the Disc 2 Index's Omindroid leads to clips of one animator scarfing down chocolate cake for his craft and another whose scootering adventures come to a painful end.
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The Little Mermaid (Platinum Edition)
From the menu of Disc 2's main documentary, "Treasures Untold: The Making of The Little Mermaid", highlight "Act I: Renaissance Men" and move Left to highlight a fork. Pressing enter for a minute clip of directors John Musker and Ron Clements drawing caricatures of one another.
From Disc 2's "Treasures Untold" menu, highlight "Act IV: Setting Sail" and press Right to reveal a pipe. Press Enter for a 100-second clip in which the animators of Ursula and Ariel comment on what inspired the characterizations, complete with brief glimpses of octopi footage and Sherri Stoner's live action modeling for Ariel.
Finally, once again from Disc 2's "Treasures Untold" menu, highlight "Act V: A Mermaid Sings" and press Right. An anchor becomes highlighted and when you press Enter, you are treated to a clip of Clements and Musker demonstrating "The Little Mermaid handshake."
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Lilo & Stitch
From the second page of the Bonus Features menu, highlight the blank space at the bottom of the page and press Enter to view DVD credits. - submitted by Andy C.
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The Lion King
From the Language Selection menu on Disc 1, highlight "Exit" and press Up, then Enter for DVD credits.
From Disc 2's Main Menu, highlight any country and press Right. This causes Rafiki's staff to disappear. Press Enter for Rafiki's tip on navigating the menus. - both submitted by Andy C.
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Monsters, Inc.
On Disc 2's "Monsters Only" menu, select the eye in the Monsters, Inc. logo on the right side of the screen and press Enter to view a 71-second animation gag reel.
In the Orientation section of Disc 2's "Monsters Only" area, view the Employee Handbook. On page 9 of the handbook, highlight the right-pointing arrow at the bottom of the screen. Press Up to highlight a portion of the M.I. Scare Report; pressing Enter shows this humorous report up close.
Inside the Pixar part of Disc 2's "Humans Only" section, move the cursor to on top of the Pixar building where a paper airplane is flying just below the "Pixar Fun Factory" text. A black circle appears and pressing Enter takes you to a 2-minute taping of a Pixar team model airplane flying contest, introduced by John Lasseter.
The seventh chapter of the "Production Tour" inside "Humans Only" reveals a sub-menu of Easter eggs hidden behind seven new doors. Selecting any of them reveals a brief, usually random video clip or gallery. One is the DVD credits and one is an animation test found elsewhere, but the rest are unique, appropriately fun and fancy free bits.
Finally, in the "Humans Only" menu of Disc 2, click on the bottom left piece of track (on which the Animation door hangs) and press Enter to directly view the DVD credits.
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Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
From Disc 2's "Fly on the Set" section, highlight "Play All" and press Right twice. The pirate's tooth should light up - press Enter to enjoy "Pirates Cave Construction."
From Disc 2's "Below Deck" menu, highlight "Set Sail" and press Left twice. When the skull lights up, press enter to enjoy a silent animation test.
From Disc 2's "Below Deck" menu, go to the second page of the Scene Index. Highlight "Pirate Ships", press right to highlight the pirate's ring. Press Enter to enjoy a Japanese trailer for the film.
On Disc 2, go to "Moonlight Serenade: Scene Progression." Highlight "Main Menu" and press down twice. A tooth in the skull should light up. Press enter and enjoy a short interview with Keith Richards! - all 4 submitted by T/P fan
On The Lost Disc (Disc 3, available only through the Gift Set), go to the "Fly on the Set" menus and press up until a mirror is highlighted. Press enter to hear a 1-minute radio ad for Disneyland's original opening of the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction.
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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2-Disc Special Edition)
From the first page of Disc 2's menus, highlight "Creating the Kraken" then press left, up, and up again to highlight a patch of grass for an Easter egg (1:03) on the Siamese twin pirates in Davy Jones' crew.
Also on the first menu of Disc 1, highlight "According to Plan" and press left twice to highlight a leaf. Press Enter for an Easter egg (2:07) catering for the massive Pirates production.
On the second page of Disc 2's menu, highlight "Fly on the Set: The Bone Cage", then press left, down and left to highlight a leaf. Press enter to view a brief piece (1:07) on the crew's painters.
Finally, also on the second page of Disc 2, highlight "Jerry Bruckheimer: A Producer's Photo Diary" and press left three times to highlight grass; press enter for a short discussion (1:35) of "The Coconut Man."
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Return from Witch Mountain
From the second page of "The Vault" menu, highlight the "DVD Credits" listing and press right. Pushing Enter reveals the film's theatrical trailer.
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The Santa Clause (Special Edition)
Selecting the unmarked green snowflake button from either the Main or Bonus Features menu will stir up the snow in the snowglobe which holds the menu options.
If you successfully complete the four-level Santa's Helper game, you are treated to the 8-minute Silly Symphony cartoon short "The Night Before Christmas" (1933).
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Schoolhouse Rock (Special 30th Anniversary Edition)
From Disc 1's Set Up Menu, highlight "Main Menu" and press right. This highlights the man sketch in the corner. Press enter to enter the Yohe Doodle Dany menu, which provides access to several script pages holding illustrative doodles of shots.
On Disc 2's Main Menu, select the water fountain and press enter to see the fountain flood the hallway. As the water drains, you'll see the S.S. Ark with Noah (from "Elementary, My Dear") and the turtle from "Unpack Your Adjectives."
Also on Disc 2's Main Menu, select the light switch on the left hand side of the screen. Press enter for the lights to turn off in the hallway and the skeleton from "Not So Dry Bones" to appear, scaring away the kids.
On Disc 2, highlight the word "Credit" in the "Extra Credit" banner and press enter to see credits for each Schoolhouse Rock segment. - all submitted by Andy C.
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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Platinum Edition)
Disc 1's main menu has a number of different timeouts. If you simply don't select anything, you'll hear the mirror make comments on being bored.
On Disc 2, from the main menu, select the wishing well. From that sub-menu, press Left to access the DVD credits.
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Spirited Away
From Disc 1's Special Features menu, highlight "Introduction from John Lasseter" and press Up. The words "Meet Hayao Miyazaki" appear. Press Enter to view an interview with Lasseter and Miyazaki at the Toronto International Film Festival where Spirited Away made its North American debut. - submitted by William "Blissey" Raymer
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Toy Story: 10th Anniversary Edition
From Disc 1's Main Menu, highlight any listing and press Right to highlight one of the knobs on the right side of the television. Pressing enter takes you to a full-sized (though windowboxed) version of the Buzz Lightyear commercial seen in the film.
The "Toy Story Treats" that appeared on The Ultimate Toy Box have been scattered about Disc 2. The easiest way to play them is to select the sheriff's star found on Disc 2's "Index" menu. Here, you can choose to play them in 13 different thematic groups or simply "Play All" for the lot of roughly 45 interstitials running over 13 minutes in full. Alternatively, you can track down the sheriff stars that clearly adorn other menus for a group of Treats; these appear on the following menus: Main, Deleted Scenes, Behind the Scenes, Design, Sets, Color, Story, Production, Music and Sound, Randy Newman Demos, Publicity, Set Up, and even the hidden Toy Story Treats one.
Letting any of the menus run will let you encounter some interesting prompts and an assortment of activity from the squeaky little green aliens.
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Toy Story 2: 2-Disc Special Edition
From Disc 2's Main Menu,
highlight the sheriff's star in the bottom right-hand corner of the menu list. Press enter to view the amusing animator-made outtake from the "Jessie's Song" sequence.
From Disc 2's Main Menu, choose "Behind the Scenes" then enter the "Publicity" section. There, you'll find another sheriff's star; selecting it and pressing Enter provides a strange 20-second clip of Woody (with disturbingly protruding ears) acting as a pitcher in a baseball game of unknown origin.
As with Toy Story: 10th Anniversary Edition, leaving Disc 1's Main Menu going without selecting anything yields a few different prompts from the featured little green men.
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Toy Story & Toy Story 2: The Ultimate Toy Box
On Disc 3, under the Story section for Toy Story 2, highlight "Jessie's Song" and move left. A question mark will appear. Press enter to view an amusing outtake.
Also on Disc 3, under Toy Story 2's History section, there is a feature called "The Continuing World of Toy Story." After watching this feature (or simply skipping past it), you are treated to a menu allowing you to view the abandoned opening of a Buzz Lightyear cartoon, and the Toy Story treat "Woody's Nightmare."
On Disc 2 (Toy Story 2), accessing Title 4 directly will lead you to Sneak Peeks of The Emperor's New Groove, Dinosaur, and Fantasia 2000. These sneak peeks aren't accessible from the menu and do not play at start.
"DVD Credits" are hidden on all three discs. To access them:
Disc 1 (Toy Story) - press Left at the main menu screen.
Disc 2 (Toy Story 2) - Press Up at the main menu screen.
Disc 3 (Supplement Disc) - In the History section of Toy Story, highlight 'Menu' and press Left.
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Sky High
On the Main Menu, highlight "Scene Selection", then press Right, Down, then Left to highlight a circle on the bus's dashboard. Press Enter for a storyboard version of the cafeteria fight scene.
In the Bonus Features menu, highlight "Alternate Opening", then press Right and Down to highlight one of the bolts on the wheel. Press Enter for a clip showing preproduction artwork for some of the movie's characters.
In the Backstage Disney menu, highlight "Welcome to Sky High", then press Right and Down to highlight the guinea pig on the right side of the screen. Press Enter for a clip on how hard it is to find a good guinea pig. - all 3 submitted by Andy C.
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Tron (20th Anniversary Collector's Edition)
From Disc 2's "Publicity" menu, press Down three times to highlight a hidden listing for "DVD Credits." - submitted by Andy C.
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Walt Disney Treasures: The Chronological Donald, Volume One
In Disc 1's Special Features menu, highlight "Register Your DVD" and press "Up." Donald's head will become highlighted, and pressing Enter plays a brief clip of Clarence "Ducky" Nash performing as Donald Duck in The Reluctant Dragon.
In Disc 2's Special Features menu, highlight "Main Menu" and press Right. The Devil Donald becomes highlighted and pressing enter plays "The Volunteer Worker", a short featuring Donald as a frustrated door-to-door charity collector.
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Walt Disney Treasures: Davy Crockett - The Complete Televised Series
From Disc 2's Supplemental Features menu, highlight "A Conversation with Fess Parker" and press Right to highlight Davy's coonskin cap. Press Enter to view Fess Parker sing "The Ballad of Davy Crockett."
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Walt Disney Treasures: Mickey Mouse in Black and White (Volume One)
From Disc 1's bonus features menu, highlight Mickey's cowboy hat and press Enter for a newsreel about the original Mickey Mouse Clubs from the 1930s and a sing-along with Mickey of "Minnie's Yoo Hoo." - submitted by Scott
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Walt Disney Treasures: Mickey Mouse in Living Color (Volume One)
On Disc 1's Main Menu, select Mickey's head and press Enter to view a 2-minute excerpt from Walt's very first anthology episode, 1954's "The Disneyland Story."
In Disc 2's Main Menu, highlight the "Play All" listing and press Up to highlight the "O" in the title. Pressing Enter plays the short "Mickey's Surprise Party." - submitted by Andy C.
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Walt Disney Treasures: Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two
In Disc 1's Main Menu, move down to highlight the cane underneath Mickey and Pluto. Press Enter for an 11-minute clip of Walt Disney and Billy Bletcher recording lines of dialogue for Mickey Mouse and Pete, respectively, for the short "Mr. Mouse Makes a Trip."
In Disc 1's Special Features menu, press Down until a musical note becomes highlighted. Press enter to see a 1939 promo Walt Disney made for Standard Oil which highlights his studio's animation landmarks and encourages advertising.
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Walt Disney Treasures: Silly Symphonies
On Disc 1's Main Menu, highlight the capital S in Symphonies and press enter to see Walt's introduction and the short "The Grasshopper and the Ants."
From the Fables and Fairy Tales menu on Disc 1, highlight "Lullaby Land" and press left to highlight the sword. Press enter to watch Walt Disney's introduction of "Water Babies", followed by the short.
In Disc 1's Favorite Characters menu, highlight "The Wise Little Hen" and press up to highlight the topmost chick. Press enter to view Walt Disney's "Disneyland" intro to "Who Killed Cock Robin" followed by the 1935 short itself.
From the "Leonard's Picks" menu on Disc 1, highlight "Three Little Pigs" and press Up twice to highlight the word "Leonard." Pressing enter yields a look at the life of "Dutch Lullaby" author Eugene Field followed by the short adaptation "Wynken, Blynken and Nod."
From the Captions menu on Disc 1, highlight the baby to the left of "None." Pressing enter will play Walt's introduction to "The Practical Pig" and the special short follows.
Moving onto Disc 2, go to the "Nature on Screen" menu, highlight "Mother Pluto", and push Right to highlight a star on the face of one of the girl bunnies. Pressing enter takes you to Walt's anthology intro to "The Old Mill", followed by the short.
Finally, on Disc 2's "Accent on Music" menu, push Left to highlight the saxophone prince's hat. Press enter for Walt's insight on Chanticleer followed by his 1938 short, "Farmyard Symphony."
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Walt Disney Treasures: Tomorrowland
From the Bonus Features menu on Disc 2, highlight the Main Menu button and press Right. Here, you'll see a clip of Richard and Robert Sherman, Disney's go-to songwriting team, performing the song "There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow" (the theme to Carousel of Progress attraction in Disneyland's Tomorrowland section) for the General Electric Pavilion at the 1964-1965 New York World's Fair. After the song, Walt addresses the camera directly.
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Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year
On the Main Menu, highlight the presents under the tree which resemble the Hundred Acre Wood characters. Selecting one of those yields a video montage of the corresponding character. In total, there are six montages that can be accessed.
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Flightplan
From the Main Menu, highlight one of the television monitors in the row closest to you for a 5-minute montage of animated graphics created for the airplane monitors as seen in the film.
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Hidalgo
From the Bonus Features Menu, highlight "Register Your DVD" and press Down to highlight the dream catcher symbol at the bottom left of the screen. Press Enter to view a segment in which Sioux Indians tell the legend of Hidalgo as it has been passed down for generations. The same clip can be accessed by selecting the galloping horse and rider from the Main Menu. - submitted by Andy C.
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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
If you use the Infinite Improbabilty Drive button from the Main Menu, it's only a matter of time before you'll stumble upon a 1-minute clip of odd animation that Deep Thought watches in the film.
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Scrubs: The Complete Fifth Season
On Disc 1's Main Menu, highlight "Episode Selection" and press Right. A Hospital plus sign and arrow become highlighted. Press Enter to view two clips (0:38) of J.D. involuntarily dabbling in hospital equivalents of Olympic sports (ski jumping, involuntary luge) in what apparently were promos for NBC's coverage of the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino.
Also on Disc 1's Main Menu, highlight "Episode Selection" and press Up. You're treated to an outtake (0:40) of the Todd demonstrating a 10 on the pain chart.
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The Sixth Sense (Collector's Edition Series)
On the second page of the "Bonus Material" menu, highlight "Filmmaker and Cast Bios" and press Down. Kyra's jewelry box will become highlighted. Press Enter to view a fairly hilarious 90-second clip from writer-director M. Night Shyamalan's first horror movie (made as a child), complete with an introduction longer than the excerpt itself. Sadly, this gem cannot be found on the two-disc Vista Series re-release. - submitted by Andy C.
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Unbreakable
During the credits for "Comic Books and Super Heroes", change to Angle 2 (with the remote's Angle button) to watch a trailer for The Sixth Sense. - submitted by Andy C.
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Who Framed Roger Rabbit (Vista Series)
On Disc 1, highlight "Movie Theatre" and press down four times. When the clock is highlighted, press Enter to view the original theatrical trailer for Who Framed Roger Rabbit. - submitted by T/P fan
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Know of a Disney DVD Easter Egg not listed here? E-mail eastereggs@ultimatedisney.com with your find. Be sure to include how, if at all, you would like to be credited for the submission.