Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 5 Num. 79

("Quid coniuratio est?")


USA Today, 08/15/95, p. 1D

Folks on the Internet are buzzing about what they say is a hidden message in Disney's Aladdin. It takes place in the scene where Aladdin, pretending to be a prince, meets Princess Jasmine on her balcony. When Rajah the tiger moves to attack, Aladdin allegedly says in the background, "Good teen-agers take off their clothes."

"Absolutely ridiculous," says Disney's Howard Green. "Aladdin tells the tiger to 'take off and go.' We would never put in something subliminal. These are good, wholesome, wonderful family films."

Laser disc freeze-frame images from 1988's Who Framed Roger Rabbit supposedly showed Jessica sans underwear and Baby Herman in a lewd act beneath a woman's skirt. Green says that wasn't so: "People always read stuff into things they cannot understand."

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