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Great Movie Ride Hidden Mickeys

Hidden Mickeys

  • Facing the oval garden in front of the Chinese Theater, there is a large boulder on the left side of the garden. On the upper left side, two dark spots form the ears, one of these may have been a shadow that is only visible at night, and the face is formed by indentations in the rock.
  • In front of the Chinese Theater, where the stars have signed the names and left their impressions, over on the left hand side you'll find Harry Anderson's Square. There's an outline of a tie, and on the tie is a traditional tri-circle Hidden Mickey.

  • In front of the Chinese Theater, where the stars have signed the names and left their impressions, over on the right hand side you'll find Carol Burrnet's square along with a tri-circle Mickey.

  • Near the top of the center section of the theater there are various drawings in rectangular sections. The upper left drawing depicts a horse and carriage of some sort. From a distance the carriage looked a lot like a tri-circle Hidden Mickey. The drawing on the upper right side looked nothing like a Mickey.

  • When you enter the building, there is a chandelier in the first room. Next to it there is a speaker concealed in the wallpaper. Next to the speakers are round flowers. The flowers and the speakers form a Hidden Mickey.

  • The birds on the mural form Mickeys! Their wings form the ears and their bodies form the heads.
  • There is a Hidden Mickey in the shrubbery of the mural on the loading dock. It is best seen from the second tram.

  • As you enter the cars, look up to your left. There is a drawing of some clouds. One of the clouds is in a Mickey shape. If the plants are fake then it is right at the end of the longest branch of the plant hanging in front of it.
  • There is a hidden Minnie. It is where you load onto the vehicles in the middle of the picture is the biggest house, off to the right hand side is a brown tree stump. Right above the stump is a large black shadow that is the side view of Minnie all in black.

  • Another Hidden Minnie in the loading area. In the center of the mural is a cottage roof. Assume the roof's peak is in the 6 o'clock position; look between 1 and 2 o'clock, about three feet from the peak. You will see a shadow shaped like Minnie.

  • In the mural, on the bottom, on the middle-left you can find Mickey's profile in the shrubbery. It's hard to see, but definitely there.

  • When you actually enter into the cars, get into the second car, sitting near to the front. The Hidden Mickey is actually part of the huge painting of Hollywood Hill and is somewhere near one of the roofs of the big houses.
  • In the loading area, on the mural to the left of the first seat in the second set of cars there is a Hidden profile of Minnie Mouse.
  • There is a mouse in the Hollywoodland mural in the loading dock area. It is in a tree by where the driver sits in the second or "B" vehicle.
  • Minnie is located just a little above and to the right of the "hub" on the top of the roof, right next to the palm tree leaves.

  • After beginning the ride in the cars, look below the first scene with the bubbles and ladies. Almost dead center the cutouts form a Hidden Mickey.
  • In Musical Street, in the backdrop in Mary Poppins on the left side.

  • In the Mary Poppins scene, if you look all the way down on the right wall of the room there is a potted plant near a middle window. As you enter the room you can destinctly see a nose and ears and happy profile of our beloved Mickey.
  • Look behind you when your tram is about to be hijacked by the gangster; you'll find a shadow of Mickey lurking at the right end of the line of windows towards the top of the warehouse building on your left. Its way up at the top. It's in the last window pane to your right. You have to look back over your left shoulder while you're in the gangster area.

  • When you enter the Gangster Room look to your right. On the side of the first building, there's a cluster of blue lights, three of them form a Hidden Mickey.
  • Cowboy hats hung in "Mickey" fashion behind Clint Eastwood. (i.e.one on bottom two on top)

  • In the second room of the wild west scene, if you look up to the left, there is a Mickey siloutte on one of the second floor windows.

  • Four familiar figures can be seen in the hieroglyphics wall opposite Indiana Jones.

  • The tiny silhouette of Mickey on a hieroglyphic (not the elaborate carved one with Donald) is visible from the vehicle. It's a piece of tile lying directly below the stone box the Ark of the Convenant is being pulled out of.
  • As you are leaving the Egyptian Pharoh room, look at the last pillar (there's a sarcophagus leaning against the wall next to it). In the pillar, about car high you can see someone has pressed an image of Mickey into the concrete coating of the pilar. It's best seen by sitting on the extreme left side of the car and looking back at the pillar as you leave the room.

  • Noticed the three small finger prints in the pillar in the shape of Mickey.

  • In the section with Indiana Jones, Mickey is one of the pictures on the wall. On the first picture at the entrance to the ride is a silhoutte of Mickey's face at a side view.

  • The only Hidden Mickey in Oz that was deliberate is the Hidden Mickey in the trees on the mural before you exit into the finale. It is hard to see, but it is definitely a sillouhette.

Know of a Hidden Mickey that we did not list? Let us know!