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Small Details In Dreamworks Movies That Fans Noticed

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Vote up the coolest facts from animated movies made by Dreamworks.

When it comes to animated films, Dreamworks Animation arguably produces some of the very best. From stories involving animals escaping a city zoo to a charming ogre, Dreamworks Animation always finds a way into the audience's imaginations and hearts.

Fans of Dreamworks have gone to Reddit to expose Dreamworks movie details that may have the power to shock even the most avid animated movie-watcher.

Photo: Flushed Away / DreamWorks Animation

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    515 VOTES

    'Jaws' Reference In 'Shark Tale'

    From Redditor u/rolloffacliff:

    In Shark Tale, when Lenny throws up the license plate, it’s the same one that was found in the body of the first shark caught in Jaws.

    515 votes
  • 2
    395 VOTES

    A Happy Mishap In 'How to Train Your Dragon'

    From Redditor u/blackmachine312:

    In How to Train Your Dragon, Toothless's slight hesitation was actually a glitch in the animation software. The animators decided to keep it in because they thought the timing fits perfectly.

    395 votes
  • 3
    336 VOTES

    Fiona Loves JT In 'Shrek 2'

    From Redditor u/poopy_heads:

    In Shrek 2, Fiona has a poster of Justin Timberlake in her room.

    336 votes
  • 4
    440 VOTES

    'Shrek' Reference In 'Monsters vs. Aliens'

    From Redditor u/bringeroftherain:

    In the animated movie Monsters vs. Aliens, General W.R. Monger’s insignia has Shrek’s face on it.

    440 votes
  • 5
    486 VOTES

    Little Red Riding Hood Gone Bad In 'Shrek the Third'

    From Redditor u/Numerous-Lemon:

    In Shrek the Third, little Red Riding Hood is seen in the Poisoned Apple, having sided with the villains. This only makes sense, as the big bad wolf has sided with Shrek.

    486 votes
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    368 VOTES

    Mayan Dreamworks Logo In 'The Road to El Dorado'

    From Redditor u/LiveLoveKanye:

    In The Road to El Dorado, when Tzekel-Khan is flipping through his ritual book, an Aztec/Mayan version of the Dreamworks logo can be seen on one of the pages.

    368 votes