So, apparently, it takes 12 drawings per SECOND of movement in animated films, which means that creating animated films by hand is a lot of work! Back when Disney was the main animated film producer, they decided to cut some corners by literally copy and pasting the exact same movements (and in many cases, the same jokes too) into different films over the years. It appears as though the animators traced over the character outlines in order to replicate the movement in a new film – the results are hilariously alike, and totally Whoa-worthy. I guess Disney knew their target audience may never notice the similarities, and if a joke was a hit the first time around, it likely would be the second time too. We can’t fault Disney for their copy-and-paste animation – they sure pulled one over on us all.