Hidden Mickeys

Treasure of Matecumbe

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  1. Between 6 1/2 and 7 1/2 minutes into the film (counting from the Buena Vista Films logo at the start of the film), the character of Ben is sitting the aunt's kitchen, eating and telling the story about the treasure in the film's title. Over his right shoulder, which is the left side of the picture for the viewer, are three copper sauce pans hanging on the wall. The pans have their bottoms facing the viewer, and are hung such that the large saucepan in the center is lower than the two smaller pans located above it to the right and the left. The bottoms of the three pans clearly show the distinctive head and ears of the Hidden Mickey.
    REPORTED: Ken Seemann 12 MAR 01
    CONFIRMED: Scott Janssen 08 APR 01 pict from hiddenmickeys.org
  2. This occurs at 1:41 in Disney's 1976 film, "The Treasure of Matecumbe." The scene in question is an overlay transition between a shot of the swamp and a shot of lightning flashes in the sky as a hurricane is beginning. The first vid cap shows the first of four studio-created lightning flashes and is clearly not a Hidden Mickey. The second vid cap however, does show what appears to be a three quarter (not straight-on) view of Mikey's head.
    REPORTED: Scott Janssen 08 APR 01

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