12 Times The Cuphead Show Copied Disney Classics

The Cuphead Show is known for copying, we mean, paying homage to 1930’s retro animation. The specific type is generally referred to as rubber hose, the first animation style that became standardized in North America. It gained this name through the rubber hose-like range and style of motion the animation would take. Fans will recognize some famous animations that use this style are Felix The Cat, Betty Boop, Popeye The Sailor, and many more. The retro animation that is famous in Cuphead includes many sources for its characters and world, but what animated world is more famous than Disney? The Cuphead Show is well aware of this, and snuck some very cool homages (or imitations, you be the judge), from very famous Disney classic cartoons including The Little Mermaid, Snow White, and the Seven Dwarfs, The Skeleton Dance, Fantasia, Alice In Wonderland, Mickey Mouse, Donald The Duck, Goofy, Lonesome Ghosts, The Sorcerer's Apprentice, The Story of Sleepy Hollow, Silly Symphonies, Music Land, No Service, Through The Mirror, and more! While the video game made these references a little more obvious, the show added even more to reward keen-eyed fans of animation and lovers of Disney classic animation. Whether you're a fan of The Cuphead Show, looking for some answers on some animations that look familiar, or just an easter egg lover, this video is for you. So strap in for some happy nostalgia as we go over some of the times The Cuphead Show copied/stole/homaged some famous Disney classics.

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0:00 Intro
0:17 Sea Women Strike Back
0:46 Fire Frights
1:25 The Memes Don’t Lie
2:08 Card Compadres
2:46 It’s All About The Pants
3:23 Magic Jazz Hands
4:13 Chilling Chases
4:57 Oswald’s Legacy
5:40 Saxy Similarities
6:17 Not That Funny
6:59 Call Someone Who Cares
7:31 Title Card Twins
7:58 Outro

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Written by: Geoff Cork
Narrated by: Geoff Cork
Edited by: Joe Morfin

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