You probably never even noticed this tiny detail in Disney movies until you’ve seen this!

If you’re a Disney movies fan, ( I’m a self-confessed fanatic of Disney movies eversince I was a kid too, even up until now that I’m already in my mid-twenties).. Anyways, when you’ve watched (or have a re-run) of your favorite Disney movies, you might have missed something that has been hiding in a lot in these animated Disney and Pixar movies.. Or maybe you have seen it many times without you realizing it : A113.

This code, a combination of a single letter and numbers has been appearing in Disney and Pixar animated movies for years.  An online movie enthusiast searched and scoured these movies and came up with plenty of those who have the hidden message aka A113.

Look!

The Diver’s camera in Finding Nemo…

4SPOp6Z

 

 

 

Mater’s license plate in Cars 2…

CHHf2b6

 

 

 Code for the Abandon Earth Protocol in WALL-E…

cw8xQrW

 

 

The Simpsons

FMw0vSQ

 

 

 

A box in A Bug’s Life (Look there, in the left!)

fPQIUbd

 

 

 

Mater’s license plate and a train on the movie, Cars.

FXFuEhF

 

 

 

 

The Coordinates of Mr. Incredible’s cell in The Incredibles

ibWrNCV

 

 

The Courtroom number in Up! 

IBxE109

 

 

 

Even on Andy’s mom’s car license plate!

IDcmGE4

 

 

 

Above a doorway in the movie Brave, (tho it is written in Roman Numerals)

oiz3gB5

 

 

The Simpsons again 🙂 

oUWsoUX

 

 

 

The Iron Giant

P76FzZA

 

 

 

The Brave Little Toaster

PTkl0X8

 

 

 

A tag on one of the rats in Ratatouille

pVoWIXC

 

 

American Dad

QlVrlIa

 

 

 

 

 The Princess and the Frog

uDfBPdp

 

 

 

A door in Monster’s University

voAg30X

 

 

 

The Avengers

W2CmVJJ

 

 

 Lilo and Stitch

WZA3vKR

 

Now you’re probably curious as to the meaning of this ‘seem to be’ secret code….Well here it is guys, the story behind A113.

As quoted on the  Pixar Wiki website, A113 refers to a classroom number used by character animation students at the California Institute of the Arts. Many of its alumni (including Pixar staff) have used the number in their professional works. It is said to appear in some way, shape, or form in every Pixar film.” By putting “A113″ somewhere along the film, the animators are able to give a nod to the other people doing what they do. Totally cool! 🙂

Here’s a photo that supposedly shows that classroom:

 

imgur
Credits: https://imgur.com/gallery/YcwCt

 

 

So there it is guys, so the next time you sit down for a Disney/Pixar movie marathon, try finding A113 and chances are, you will definitely find it. Share this awesome hidden message to your friends and let the searching begin! 🙂

Have a great day everyone! 🙂