Everyone knows that Disney animators tried to hide penises in all of your favorite kids’ movies. Here are some examples from last Friday’s installment in the Film Series:

5. Abstract shapes during the “Fugue in D Minor”

There are a lot of abstract shapes floating around during the first part of “Fantasia,” but the towering, pointed cylinders that burst up from the bottom of the frame really put us in the mindset to watch out for penises from the get-go.

4. The coral in the underwater part of “The Rite of Spring”

Believe us: that coral is penis-shaped. Just look at it! There it is, in the bottom-right corner. We can’t believe those animators tried to get away with this.

3. The Leopold Stokowski’s Conductor’s Baton

It is the source of his power, after all. And check out the shape.

2. The horn on Dionysus’s donkey-unicorn in “The Pastoral Symphony”

So this guy wanders in to the centaurs’ party, piss-drunk, and immediately starts chasing after all the lady-centaurs…and that enormous horn sticking out from between his legs when he first shows up is supposed to be a coincidence?

1. The sorcerer’s hat in “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”

Get away from that, Mickey! It’s sinful!

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