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The following is a list of references to other Disney media (such as the animated features) in Disney television shows.
Walt Disney Television Animation
- "The Treasure of the Golden Suns" - Scrooge tells an employee, "There'll be no whistlin' while you work!", a reference to the song "Whistle While You Work" from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
- "Magica's Shadow War" - Poe ducks behind a skullhead, mimicking a scene from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
- "All Ducks on Deck" - When Scrooge and Launchpad get nabbed in the net, Launchpad says "A net! And I don't mean Funicello!"
- "Till Nephews Do Us Part"
- Webby's remark, "If Millionara offered me an apple in the forest, I sure wouldn't eat it!", is a reference to the scene in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in which the disguised Queen gives Snow White the Poisoned Apple.
- Millionara says "That's why I only packed the bare necessities!", referencing the song "The Bare Necessities" from The Jungle Book.
- "To the Rescue"
- Donald Drake and Plato's names are obvious nods to Donald Duck and Pluto, both of whom frequently co-starred with Chip 'n' Dale in their cartoon shorts.
- Percy mistakes Dale for his gun and attempts to fire, prompting Dale to shout out, "Bang bang!" This is a reference to the 1954 short The Lone Chipmunks, which used the same gag.
- The ship in a bottle that Monterey Jack manages to save from sinking near the end of part two is reminiscent of Chips Ahoy.
- "One-Upsman-Chip" - While danging Dale over the piranha tank, Fat Cat sings to the tune of "I've Got No Strings" from Pinocchio.
- "Film Flam" - The character of Andy Ape is a parody of Roger Rabbit, with a similar design and speech impediment. Additionally, his cartoon short that the characters watch is very much like the Roger Rabbit shorts.
- "Just Us Justice Ducks" - Negaduck says "Now it's time to say goodbye to all our company!", a line from the closing song of The Mickey Mouse Club.
- "Midnight Movie Madness" - Goofy mentions that the Witch from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs scared Max so much that he had hiccups for a week.
- "Date with Destiny" - Max says that his dad will be getting to the part of taking care of him and they'll live happily after like Snow White, Dopey and stuff.
- "E=MC Goof" - Goofy says to Pete before he drives off, "But heigh ho, heigh ho, so it's off to work I go!"
- "Awakening" - When Hudson is channel-surfing, a brief glimpse of the opening scene from The Lion King can be seen on the TV.
- "Return to Karn" - When Smoltz reveals that he's working for Zurg, he insultingly addresses Mira as "Little Miss Rescue Ranger".
- "The Golden Years" - Drakken says "It's a Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah day!"
- "The Baljeatles" - When Candace realizes Jeremy never calls her by a nickname, she says that "When a guy makes you his girlfriend, he gives you a nickname for you; a pet name like Baby, Honey, Peg-Leg Pete..."
Disney Junior shows
- "Captain Who?" - While Jake and the gang try to use treasure to help Captain Hook refresh his memory, he put diamonds on his eyes, a reference to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Walt Disney Presents
- In "In Shape with Von Drake", the professor at one point wears a dumbbell on his head like a pair of mouse ears and sings a modified version of the Mickey Mouse March.
- In "Duck Flies Coop ," while Donald is driving his car and trailer attached to it at the beginning of the episode, he sings, "Quack-Quack-Quack, Donald Duck," a song from "A Day in the Life of Donald Duck."