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The Rescuers fans have been left shocked after spotting a 'topless woman' in the background of one of the scenes.
The 1977 Disney film is all about the Rescue Aid Society, an international mouse organisation in New York, committed to helping abduction victims around the globe.
The movie focuses on Bernard and Miss Bianca who make it their mission to rescue an orphan named Penny who is being held prisoner.
But one scene of the film had viewers stunned after a 'topless' woman was spotted in the background. It's tricky to see as the scene moves very quickly but you can watch the clip below:
Taking to Reddit, one fan claimed that years after the film's release, in 1999, Disney announced a recall of the home video version due to an “objectionable background image" which appears 38 minutes in.
During the scene, an image of a 'topless woman' can be seen in the window of a building. As Bianca and Bernard are flying through New York City in a sardine box, an image of the woman appears in the background.
How the image ended up in the movie is a total mystery!
As a result, Disney reportedly recalled 3.4 million copies of the videotape in a bid “to keep our promise to families that we can trust and rely on the Disney brand to provide the finest in family entertainment.”
And other Redditors were shook by the claims, with one writing: "This was a favourite film of mine growing up. Never knew about this until a few years ago."
While another said: "Whaaaaaaaat?! I never noticed this!!!!"
Meanwhile one person claimed that while the image was not in the first video tape version released in 1992, it was in the second, released in 1998.
One person responded: "Oh that explains why my copy never had it. I thought it was supposed to be in the original release."
Our minds are truly blown!
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