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  1. There is a decor Mickey located on the Animation Celebration Building
    REPORTED: John & Melanie Emmons 28 AUG 96
  2. Walter Cronkite's cuff links are gold with a black Mickey on them.
    REPORTED: divetone 10 OCT 95
    I could not see the cuff-links as Mickeys that were worn by Walter...
    Walter is wearing Mickey cufflinks. It's not the easiest thing to see, but I worked there and I've seen that thing well over 700 times, so I'm pretty sure.
    CONFIRMED: Andy Nelson 07 FEB 96
    I also worked as tour guide on the Animation tour. Walter does not wear Mickey cufflinks, but plain round black ones.
  3. There is a hidden Mickey in the film with Robin. When Robin is a pencil drawing, and turns into a lumberjack, his shadow forms a hidden Mickey.
    REPORTED: Goot 22 FEB 99
  4. On the Animation Tour, you are taken through an area where you can look through windows onto the animation process. One room is said to be where writers work out ideas and make storyboards. It's actually just a prop with fake doughnuts, etc. Look closely at a pile of rubber bands. You can clearly see the bands make out Mickey.
    REPORTED: Lori Brister 12 JUL 01
  5. My daughter also spotted one that may or may not count because it is not permanent. An animator had made one out of push pins on a bulletin board. We got a real kick out of that one.
    REPORTED: Terrie Braun 16 JUN 96
  6. I asked the clerk in the shop at the end of the Animation Tour if she knew of any Hidden Mickeys. She showed me the display platform in front of her register, when viewed from above, formed a Hidden Mickey. It was covered with plush toys and the "head" is about a foot higher than the "ears."
    REPORTED: R. Reed 03 MAY 96

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