Finding hidden links between our favourite movies is always wildly satisfying, now someone has spotted a surprising connection between a load of classic Disney movies.
Taking to Twitter, someone has shared a clip that highlights how the same downbeat soundtrack was used in sad scenes from some of the studio’s biggest releases.
Sharing the video, the person wrote: “I just noticed how all of Walt Disney Animation Studios movies released in the 1960s have the same sad theme played at one part in the film. I put together a compilation that shows the movies with the theme.”
I just noticed how all of Walt Disney Animation Studios movies released in the 1960s have the same sad theme played at one part in the film. I put together a compilation that shows the movies with the theme. pic.twitter.com/hXn1FmDGv8— Animated Antic (@Animated_Antic) May 2, 2019
Included in the clip is 101 Dalmatians, Jungle Book and The Sword in the Stone.
The observation has left a lot of people shook.
Wow your right, I watched them too & I never noticed. But it's been years since I watched any old Disney anime. It's not in Snow White is it.— Nicole Parks (@nikkipooskie) May 2, 2019
OMG I THOUGHT I WAS CRAZY THANK YOU— Shawn Souza (@shawnsouza18) May 2, 2019
Well, that certainly explains why this piece of music plays in the background of my head when I'm sad.— ✨ Soup Gargoyle Awareness Month 🍜 (@SoupGargoyle) May 3, 2019
While others suggested it could have been a budget problem…
They must’ve of been bRokE— Rena ⍟ saw endgame (@luicfer_LR) May 3, 2019
So, not only did they recycle scenes, they recycled some of the music— Nick Rojas (@NickRojasVO) May 3, 2019