In 1999, Disney made a surprising announcement, saying it was going to recall 3.4 million copies of its 1977 animated film, The Rescuers, just three days after the movie's second release on home video. The reason? That was even more shocking: hidden within two frames of the movie was an inexplicable photo of a naked lady. Apparently, sometime between the film's completion and its debut in theaters, someone in the distribution chain slipped the image in, unbeknownst to Disney, or really anyone. The image probably would never have been discovered at all if it weren't for improvements in video technology that allowed people to freeze the movie and find its secret shame. Nearly three months later, The Rescuers was released once again, this time without the nudie pics. Meanwhile, copies of the movie that escaped the recall are fetching big bucks on ebay, commanding whopping prices between, uh, four and eleven dollars. Never mind. Anyway, this isn't really that bad. It's not like one of the animators drew a woman not wearing any underpants.