Top 10 Disney Scenes You Didn’t Know Were Improvised

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Sometimes the best moments weren’t in the script. With so much talent behind the most iconic Disney films, there are bound to be improvised moments, and these are the best of the best. For this list, we’re looking at live-action and animated scenes where actors ad-libbed a line, an entire scene or multiple scenes that made it into the finished Disney product. However, we’ll be excluding moments from Marvel & Star Wars films, as those may need to become lists of their own. Join MsMojo as we countdown our picks for the Top 10 Disney Scenes You Didn’t Know Were Improvised.

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  1. how do you improvise in animation?

  2. I love these Disney scenes!

  3. I would like to make a suggestion for a top 10 list. Top 10 moments between Dr. Spencer Reid and SSA Derek Morgan. I just loved their bromance. I know this has nothing to do with this list, but I would just like to put out my idea.

  4. I actually just finished watching Hercules 😂😂😂

  5. i actually thought the Genie wouldn’t be on the list since it’s called “THAT YOU DIDN’T KNOW”… who doesn’t know that?

  6. If Think is Buzz Lightyear is Pretend to be Drunk at a Pretend Tea Party But He’ll Get over it

  7. Awesome Boys | JPTV

    September 30, 2019 at 4:17 pm

    Key and Peele in Toy Story 4…

  8. *director hand over a blank piece of paper
    robin williams: whats this?
    director: your lines
    robin williams: say no more

    i knew robin williams would be NO. 1, el numero uno

  9. Animated Pencil Studios

    September 30, 2019 at 4:17 pm

    One of my favorite stories about the Alice in Wonderland tea party is when the Mad Hatter and the March Hare were fixing the White Rabbit’s clock. In the recording studio, they forgot to turn off the mic and Jerry Colonna and Ed Wynn were improving lines to make the crew laugh, including the infamous line “Mustard? Well let’s not be silly!” Walt Disney happened to be walking by and commented to the crew how that was funny and they should use it. The recording staff told him there was too much background noise and they weren’t sure they could. He told them “That’s not my problem. Figure it out.” And they did. In fact, if you listen to that line in the movie, you can tell some editing was done to that particular sound clip.

  10. A idea for video: Top 10 Cartoon Friendships! ❤️

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