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Mind-blowing video shows how Disney recycled scenes in its animated films

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Now this really is taking the Mickey...

Allow us to ruin a good dollop of childhood memories in under two minutes: this video, edited by Movie Munchies, illustrates how shamelessly Disney recycled scenes from older cartoons into newer ones.

From The Jungle Book to Snow White, to Robin Hood, no classic was safe from this lazy tactic which saw production teams draw over existing animation cells to speed up the process with tried-and-tested scenes.

This might even be why, when you cast your mind back to watching those cartoons, all the hazy memories sort of morph into one.

Watch the mind-blowing footage below.

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