Dr. Jumba Jookiba stands on an elevated platform featuring a yellow Hidden Mickey.
Stitch's spit is in the shape of a "D" for Disney.
The alien "hieroglyphics" above Stitch include a Hidden Mickey.
As Lilo and Nani watch a falling star, a Dumbo toy rests in the art easel.
The directors and producers write a special message on Stitch's adoption papers.
Lilo, Nani and Stitch by a restaurant called Mulan Wok, named after the animated film.
The Orlando postcard features Cinderella's Castle from Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom.
There is a Hidden Mickey Polaroid taped to Lilo's bedroom wall.
As Stitch destroys a model of San Francisco in Lilo's bedroom, he walks by a Hawaiian A113 license plate—a sly reference to the animators' classroom at the California Institute of the Arts.
Nani has a Mulan poster on her bedroom wall.
Find the Hidden Mickeys among the many melons (and in the grapefruit sign).
A Hidden Mickey appears on the truck's side mirror.
Director Dean DeBlois makes a cameo, running away as Stitch tears up the beach.
Director Chris Sanders runs past Cobra Bubbles on the beach.
Pleakley removes an octopus from his head, and the suction marks form a Hidden Mickey.
As Lilo and Stitch repair Scrump, a Hidden Mickey appears on the boot's heel.
Dr. Jumba Jookiba sits near a poster of Duke Kahanamoku, a Hawaiian who popularized surfing.
The firetruck's license plate is A113—yet another reference to classroom A1-13 at CalArts.
The dashboard on Gantu's ship reveals a Hidden Mickey.
Another A113 license plate appears, this time on a gas tanker.
Hidden Mickeys are nestled in the holly berries and included in the wrapping paper's design.
The Pelekai family's photos reveal their VW Beetle has an A113 license plate.