A quick confusion: Do we analyze the source (the web site) or the stuff we found?
Whichever the actual assignment is I’m going to do both.
So an interesting fact that I found out about was when the animators were drawing the characters and thinking up designs for them, they decided to base the sorcerer in “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” after Disney himself. Not only did I find this rather funny but I saw a deeper something in it. It seems that as humans we love to play tricks and place characters from our own lives into stories and film. Maybe it is our need to connect even further to a project or we just love to place little secrets for your coworker, co-writers, and whomever is smart enough to catch it. Well, whichever one you think it is there is evidence to support.
There were also some more facts that were interesting, for instance Disney at first gave the animators free choice of the colors. These little facts and disputes in the production of this masterpiece of animation really give a taste as to the labor that the piece went through. To me it’s nice to know where things come from.
All of these facts came from IMDB, which so far I have found to be reliable. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0032455/trivia