Published On Jan 30, 2019
Kids might not have caught on, but there was definitely some action going down in these animated movies! Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Screenrant
The world of animation is typically reserved for children -- but there have been many times where characters push the boundaries and there’s some clear love-making going on. Some movies make things a little more obvious while others simply hint at them. Relive some of the craziest animated movie moments where characters actually “did it” and there’s a pretty good amount of content shown on screen.
For Homer and Marge, a trip to Alaska helps add a little spark to their love life -- and some animals decide to join in on the mix. Things move quite fast for Pongo and Perdita in 101 Dalmatians. Then there’s the R-rated movies where scenes are pushed to the limit -- including Team America: World Police and Sausage Party. Watch to see all of these scenes in their glory and learn some things about animation you never expected to see before! Shrek 2 features a crazy honeymoon between Shrek and Fiona -- which helped pave the way for the events of Shrek the Third -- including a whole collection of Shrek babies. Disney movies like The Fox and the Hound and Robin Hood also featured some frisky foxes who found some love. A lot of these scenes not only feature innuendo -- but some clever cutaways and song lyrics so you know you’re not missing out on anything. And then there’s the animation hybrid Cool World -- where a human and animated characters connect real closely. Watch to see all of these crazy moments from your favorite animated films!
THE SIMPSONS MOVIE
THE LION KING
TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE
THE FOX AND THE HOUND
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