If you're a child of the 90s, you might have heard the playground whispers that your favourite Disney flicks harboured blink-and-you-miss-em moments that weren't exactly G-rated.
With news this week that the upcoming live-action Aladdin remake has secured a director, we thought we'd look back at one particularly memorable moment in the 1992 animated original that has had viewers talking ever since its release.
There's a scene in this G-rated children's classic in which Aladdin tries to woo Princess Jasmine on her balcony, only to be confronted by her tiger. As the shot cuts away, we can still hear Aladdin stammering to the angry tiger in the background - including what sounds suspiciously like the line, "Good teenagers, take off your clothes".
Listen carefully for yourself:
It's just one of many rather rude 'Easter eggs' Disney's animators were rumoured to have inserted into their animated hits during the 80s and 90s - similarly saucy moments can be found in films including The Lion King and The Little Mermaid, and have been the subject of much discussion from eagle-eyed fans.
Disney denied that they'd included such an inappropriate line in the family film, claiming that the actual line was "Good kitty, take off and go". However, they removed the line and replaced it with the phrase "Down, kitty" for the DVD release of the film.
We can only assume it's probably not going to make the cut in the Guy Ritchie-helmed remake - unless Guy's in a particularly cheeky mood.