What is your favorite animated Easter Egg of all time? We want to know! Sometimes you never even know they are there. They happen so fast, that the naked eye cannot see. Some people have dedicated hours and hours to finding Easter Eggs in movies, and everyone has favorites. But if you had to choose just one, and only one, which would it be?

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Lavalle Lee

Lavalle Lee

Lavalle Lee has been creating animated cartoons online since 1999/2000 for his website flashcartoons.org. Many cartoons on the site have gained viral video status reaching millions of viewers online. In 2009, Lavalle started learning hand drawn animation from Don Bluth in his animation classes, as well as attending his Masterclasses in Arizona. He has also personally studied animation and visual effects from Veteran Disney animators in Orlando, FL.

Lavalle is widely known in the animation industry as the creator of the TraditionalAnimation.com website. After seeing that most animation sites were about all types of animation, not any specific to classical hand drawn animation, Lavalle knew Traditional Animation needed to be represented online. TraditionalAnimation.com has become the leading website and social media account for all things 2D. The website served as inspiration for “The Traditional Animation Show” in which Lavalle was both producer and host.

His partnership with Don Bluth began when he championed the Dragon's Lair Indiegogo campaign as lead project manager, editor, voice actor and in-betweener. The campaign reached $730,000 dollars to produce a 7-minute pitch video. In 2017, Lavalle brought the idea of creating a school to Don Bluth, and Don Bluth University was born. After a decade of learning from Don Bluth and working together on multiple pitches and business ventures, Lavalle accepted the position as Vice President of Don Bluth's new company Don Bluth Studios.


  1. April 14, 2017 at 9:14 pm — Reply

    Scar is the slain Nemean Lion in Hercules. lol

  2. April 14, 2017 at 9:39 pm — Reply

    Maybe the Mickey face (on a gorilla’s shirt in the soccer game audience) in Bedknobs and Broomsticks- that was a blink-and-you’ll-miss it. Granted, the best one ever- if it technically counts as an Easter Egg, could definitely be the 2 old men in The Incredibles saying, ” “That’s the way to do it. That’s old school.” “No school like the old school.” They were designed after and voiced by Frank and Ollie.

  3. April 14, 2017 at 11:53 pm — Reply

    Madame Potts in Tarzan

    • April 15, 2017 at 2:43 am — Reply

      ^^They even put her in Tarzan’s Tree House in Disney Land!

  4. April 15, 2017 at 6:44 pm — Reply

    Captain America’s shield in Wall-E’s storage area. I bet he had an interesting time when he found that.

  5. April 15, 2017 at 6:46 pm — Reply

    Also, how about the Pizza Planet truck in nearly every pixar movie since Toy Story 2?

  6. April 15, 2017 at 9:04 pm — Reply

    Probably Sonic in “Wreck-It Ralph”, I somehow take it.

  7. April 17, 2017 at 5:41 am — Reply

    Disney’s Aladdin is one of my favorite animated Easter egg because I love to watch All characters of that cartoon but Aladdin is one of the best characters.

  8. Nathan
    April 26, 2017 at 8:46 pm — Reply

    That episode of “Drawn Together” called “N.R.A.y Ray” where Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964 Rankin/Bass version) gets shot in his famous glowing nose by Captain Hero and dies.

  9. May 11, 2017 at 9:29 am — Reply

    I really liked the Stitch cameo in Jim Hawkins’s bedroom at the beginning of Treasure Planet. I often wonder about a crossover between the two movies, maybe Lilo and Jim meeting at the Royal Interstellar Academy and being best buds while Stitch is blowing stuff up in the distance.

  10. Joe Taylor
    June 2, 2017 at 1:16 pm — Reply

    Any of the hidden Mickeys in the animated Disney films for animation produced in America… UK wise it’d have to be the Feathers McGraw easter eggs in subsequent Wallace and Gromit shorts after “The Wrong Trousers”.

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