Disney Has Been Hiding A Secret Right In Front Of Our Faces
The combination A113 has turned up in a bunch of Disney movies, and some enthusiasts have picked up on the pattern. All of these films have the code somewhere within.
Not our favorite Disney movie of all time, and by no means considered one of their classic films. But a member of the A113 club Lilo and Stitch is.
It is no coincidence that the danger level in The Incredibles is A1 and row 13 has the highest bar. Just another sign of Disney’s obsession with A113, whatever it means.
You might not be able to make out the letters in this one, but trust us the A113 combo is there. What would be the fun in an obvious sign? Nothing!
The fact that this exists is proof that the A113 is not some nut hatched by a conspiracy theorist. Watch and see for yourselves.
Is it technically a 4? You could say that. But there is no doubt that Tomater is chasing a plane that is a clear tribute to the A113 tradition.
This one is an example of one of the more obvious A113’s in all of the Disney movies, mostly because a 4 digit license plate sticks out like a sore thumb.
Wall-E is a robot, so he must know what the A113 on that steering wheel stands for, right?
This one is in Roman numerals and is faint to the naked eye, but bet your bottom dollar that the combination etched into the wooden beam comes out to A113.
Pretend it’s an Easter Egg hunt, this one isn’t so easy to find. It will take more than a flash for you to locate the cryptic code. Get it, flash?