From Snow White to Elsa in Frozen, the princesses of the Disney world are intended to be the pure embodiment of perfection. But an eagle-eyed fan recently spotted that the majority of them are missing one important feature. Here’s a look at the discovery that proves that not even the Mouse House’s heroines are 100 percent impeccable.
The world-famous Disney conglomerate was first formed in Burbank, California in 1923, by siblings Walt and Roy O. Disney. It rose to filmlovers’ attention that same year with Alice’s Wonderland, a silent short that combined live action with animation. Five years later they created Mickey Mouse, and the company established itself as an entertainment powerhouse.
Disney released its first feature-length animation, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, in 1937. The likes of Pinocchio, Fantasia, Dumbo and Bambi continued their winning streak. And although box office figures fell during the Second World War, the company soon bounced back with films such as Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan.