A Fresh Crop of Hidden Mickeys in Disney's Hollywood Studios
You know to stay alert for Hidden Mickey images on Disney property. Sometimes, a Hidden Mickey has been in place for a while before people spot it. Take a look at the following interesting images from the Studios. Some are new, but others may have been waiting for us to find them!
You may have seen the classic Hidden Mickey formed on the "o" in "Box # 15" written on a crate at the exit of Rock 'n' Roller Coaster. It's on the right side of the room with the guest photo screens.
"Box # 15" is at the upper right of the photo, but look to the lower left. It's another Hidden Mickey formed of the "o" in "Cord"! On the box next to box #15, “Sash Cord” is written at the left side of a piece of tape. The “o” in “Cord” is a black classic Mickey. (Thanks to Tyler and Brandie Bolton.)
You'll need to scream your way to the end of Rock 'n' Roller Coaster to spot this Hidden Mickey. Look to your far left as you exit the ride vehicle. A black classic Mickey is on the wall where the side of a gate connects to the wall. (Thanks to Georgette.)
What about the following two images? One is an outline in relief on a large brown tree root at Honey, I Shrunk the Kids Movie Set Adventure playground. Find this root at the bottom right side of the film can slide. Do you think this qualifies as a classic Hidden Mickey, tilted sideways to the left? (Thanks to Alena White.)
And another image in a display window of Mr. Gold Pawnbroker & Antiquities Dealer Shop on New York Street. Is there a Hidden Mickey made of circles on the side of this blue cube? (Thanks to Justin Lewicki.)
I'll consider your votes on the Questionable images above. Keep searching!
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