According to Oh My Disney, the movie took five years to complete.
Per Oh My Disney, it also took 700 animators, artists, and technicians to make.
According to Deadline, the story is based on the Chinese legend Hua Mulan.
In the movie, Mulan writes with her left hand, but holds her sword in her right hand. So, she may be ambidextrous.
The film's music was so good that it was actually nominated for an Oscar.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Mushu's character was supposed to sing a song in the film called "Keep ‘Em Guessing;" however, it was eventually cut.
According to Oh My Disney, the staff brewed 1,630 pounds of coffee during production.
Mulan is the only Disney Princess who isn't actually royalty. She wasn't born into royalty, nor did she marry a prince.
The movie also received two Golden Globe nominations.
Lea Salonga, The singing voice of Jasmine from Aladdin, also voiced Mulan's singing voice.
According to Oh My Disney, Chi Fu is actually calling out the names of the staff when he lists people to serve in the army. The glowing choreography on the tombs also features the names of the movie's artists.
Chris Sanders (Little Brother) was also the voice of Stitch in the Lilo & Stitch franchise
The film was the start of Christina Aguilera's legendary career. Her song created so much success that it landed her a record deal with RCA Records.
In the mid 2000s, Disney released Mulan II. While Murphy didn't reprise his voice of Mushu, it did feature some new stars. Lucy Liu, for instance, did the voice of the character Mei and Grey's Anatomy's Sandrah Oh did the voice of Ting Ting.
In an interview with D23, Ming-Na Wen said Mulan was her first voiceover role ever.
According to BuzzFeed, Mulan is one of only two Disney princesses to wear pants. Princess Jasmine from Aladdin is the other.
Donny Osmond is the singing voice of Captain Li Shang in the hit song.
Jackie Chan did the voice of Li Shang in the Chinese version of Mulan.
Per Oh My Disney, the directors, Barry Cook and Tony Brancoft, made cameos in the film. They acted as the men lighting the fireworks near the end of the film.
According to Ming-Na Wen, Mulan touches her hair a lot because animators noticed the voiceover star did, too.