Nowadays, Disney is one of the biggest companies in the sphere of cartoons and the global entertainment industry. But just like many other businesses, Disney started small: in the middle of the 20th century, the studio didn’t have an unimaginable budget or an army of illustrators to draw unique pictures every time. Just imagine: illustrators manually drew more than a million images for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), which was 83 minutes long. 570 artists spent 3 years drawing all those images. It’s just crazy! Bright Side found out a trick of Disney employees: they used pre-existing scenes from other cartoons. We bet you never noticed!