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Snow White is placed in glass coffin mourned by the seven dwarfs, and is awakened by a kiss from Prince Charming.
( Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs , 1937) Regina is notably known as the Evil Queen in the Enchanted Forest.
( Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs , 1937) As Emma's car passes into town, a lawn pinwheel of Tinker Bell spins in the wind. 
( Peter Pan , 1953) Archie shares his name with Hopper, an actual hopper.
( A Bug's Life , 1998) Archie is heard whistling the song "Give a Little Whistle" as he walks away from Emma and Henry.
( Pinocchio , 1940) 8:15 is also the time that Peter Pan and the Darling children change the time to after landing on the minute hand of one face of the Clock Tower in the animated Disney movie.
( Peter Pan , 1953) Snow White attracts a blue bird that flies onto her hand. Mary Margaret sets free a blue bird from her hands into its nest house.
( Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs , 1937) There is a plush of Minnie Mouse in Emma's baby room at the castle.
( Steamboat Willie , 1928) The fairy with the turquoise hair is called The Blue Fairy, like in the film.
( Pinocchio , 1940) Pinocchio plays with a wooden whale; a nod to Monstro the Whale.
( Pinocchio , 1940) Leroy whistles, "Whistle While You Work" when he sees Emma in jail.
( Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs , 1937) Sheriff Graham's full name is Graham Humbert. In the Disney film, the Huntsman's name is Humbert as well.
( Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs , 1937)
During Emma's confrontation with Mr. Gold in his shop, a Mickey Mouse figurine rests in a case on the bottom left of the screen. A Minnie Mouse figurine is also on the table to the right of Mr. Gold. 
( Steamboat Willie , 1928)
The Genie lives inside a lamp, that once rubbed, allows the user to be granted three wishes. The Genie is also not free, and is bound to the lamp. When he is set free, his bracelets disappear.
( Aladdin , 1992) King Leopold releases the Genie by rubbing the lamp, trying to clean it. In the Disney animated film Aladdin, he also met the Genie in the same situation.
( Aladdin , 1992)
Belle's clothes are similar to the ones she wears in the film, and so are Gaston's.
( Beauty and the Beast , 1991) Rumplestiltskin turns Gaston into a rose, giving it to Belle, saying that he had bought it from an old woman selling roses.
( Beauty and the Beast , 1991) There is a kind of fur with horns which resembles Disney's Beast.
( Beauty and the Beast , 1991) Gaston is named after the same character from the film. In both versions, Belle does not want to marry him.
( Beauty and the Beast , 1991) Belle's father is called Maurice as in the film.
( Beauty and the Beast , 1991) There is a candlestick and clock in Rumplestiltskin's castle resembling Lumière and Cogsworth.
( Beauty and the Beast , 1991) The chipped tea cup is a reference to Chip.
( Beauty and the Beast , 1991) In the castle, there is a hat which resembles that of Master Yen Sid, in Disney's "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" scene in Fantasia.
( Fantasia , 1940)
Regina gives Henry a game called Space Paranoids, which was created by Kevin Flynn, the protagonist of the Tron film.
( Tron , 1982) Emma eludes to Kevin Flynn by quoting his advice to Henry while he is playing the game, "It's all in the wrists."
( Tron , 1982) Henry has a Tron lunchbox.
( Tron , 1982)
The fact that Peter is a hunter pursuing a wolf in the middle of winter refers to the segment "Peter and The Wolf"
( Make Mine Music , 1946) When Peter first visits Red Riding Hood at her cabin at the beginning of the episode, he claims that if she does not come out to talk to him, he will, "...huff and puff..." and blow the house down.
( Three Little Pigs , 1933)
The Evil Queen disguises herself as a hag to lure in Jefferson's daughter, Grace; much like how the Evil Queen dressed as a hag selling apples to Snow White in the film.
( Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs , 1937) The doll in the marketplace that Grace wants is a white rabbit wearing a petticoat; a reference to the White Rabbit.
( Alice in Wonderland , 1951) When approached by Regina and the Mad Hatter, who are visiting Wonderland, the Caterpillar blows his hookah pipe and asks very slowly, "Who are you?"
( Alice in Wonderland , 1951) Regina picks a piece of a mushroom from Wonderland for her father Henry to eat so he can return to normal size after having been shrunken.
( Alice in Wonderland , 1951) The Queen of Hearts is ruler of Wonderland, and orders her soldiers to cut off the Mad Hatter's head with the phrase, "Off with his head." In the Disney film, the Queen is constantly shouting, "Off with her head!"
( Alice in Wonderland , 1951) Mary Margaret hits Jefferson over the head with a croquet mallet.
( Alice in Wonderland , 1951)
Mr. Gold gives Belle a library to try to regain her affections, similar to what the Beast does in the Disney film.
( Beauty and the Beast , 1991) Mr. Gold attempts to make Belle eat something after their fight. Similarly, in the Disney film, when the Beast makes Belle eat dinner with him, she refuses, claiming to be not hungry.
( Beauty and the Beast , 1991) William Smee's hat is red as it is in the Disney film.
( Peter Pan , 1953) As Rumplestiltskin prepares to kill Captain Hook in their first duel, he says, "Tick-tock dearie, Tick-tock!" This is an allusion to the crocodile that takes Hook's hand in the Disney film. Furthermore, Hook's nickname for Rumplestiltskin is "Crocodile."
( Peter Pan , 1953) Neverland is alluded to by Captain Hook as a place "where people never grow old."
( Peter Pan , 1953)
Mulan tells Belle to only fight for what's worth fighting for is a reference to the song from the Disney song "A Girl Worth Fighting For".
( Mulan , 1998) Belle reverses a curse which makes a beast human again.
( Beauty and the Beast , 1991)
Kurt and Owen's last name is Flynn.
( Tron , 1982) A bench which features an advertisement for computers with the Encom logo.
( Tron , 1982) Emma mentions magic laws are not capable of bringing back the dead or making someone love another.
( Aladdin , 1992)
There is a honey neon sign for a pub called "Winnie's".
( Winnie the Pooh , 2011)
John was carrying an umbrella and a top hat and Michael carries a teddy bear.
( Peter Pan , 1953) The time on Big Ben is 8:15, the same time that is shown in the Disney film.
( Peter Pan , 1953)
The Sheriff of Hamelin is exactly dressed like the Mayor of Hamelin in the Silly Symphony.
( The Pied Piper , 1933)
The second star to the right is mentioned.
( Peter Pan , 1953) Pegasus is mentioned by Captain Liam as a legendary horse whose feathers were used to create a magic veil in allowing their ship to fly into the sky.
( Hercules , 1997)
The Under the Sea dance is a reference to the song of the same name.
( The Little Mermaid , 1989) While masquerading as Ursula, Regina says to Ariel, "My dear sweet child", which are the spoken words at the start of the song " Poor Unfortunate Souls" sung by Ursula in the Disney film.
( The Little Mermaid , 1989) Regina says,"You can be part of Eric's world", alluding to the Disney film song "Part of Your World".
( The Little Mermaid , 1989) Regina takes away Ariel's voice and calls her a little mermaid.
( The Little Mermaid , 1989) Ariel learns what a fork is.
( The Little Mermaid , 1989) Both Ariel and Eric mention a ship wreck where they first met.
( The Little Mermaid , 1989) Ariel likes to collect random human objects.
( The Little Mermaid , 1989) Eric states one of the places he will be traveling to is Agrabah.
( Aladdin , 1992) Regina mentions the evil munchkins' dirt road.
( Oz the Great and Powerful , 2013)
Leroy says, "No time for whistling, boys", alluding to the Disney song "Whistle While You Work".
( Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs , 1937) How Henry meets Wendy is similar to the the opening of this film.
( Peter Pan , 1953) Keychain is dressed in pink and has a teddy bear on his rear view mirror, alluding to Michael Darling.
( Peter Pan , 1953) While in the Mr. Gold's shop, Ariel says, "Look at this stuff", which are the first words to the Disney song "Part of your World".
( The Little Mermaid , 1989)