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Chip & Dale Rescue Rangers 2022 Movie: All The Cameos & Easter Eggs

The Chip & Dale Rescue Rangers movie in 2022 is what happens when Disney wants to show off its plethora of IPs it own and its copyright law negotiation skills. The show, which is a live action and animation combo film not unlike Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (but arguably less impressive visually), is about two pals Chip and Dale who have to solve a mystery in their Hollywood lives years after their hit show got cancelled.

Just like that Roger Rabbit film, there are a ton of cameos ranging from Disney shows to even cartoons from Fox and other properties the media conglomerate has integrated into its capitalism-savvy giant body. There’s a lot to point out (and we’re probably missing a couple), so let’s dive right in.

Note: we’ll be talking about the whole film from start to finish, which means this feature has spoilers. Here’s your warning.

Blaster from Transformers

Basically good guy Soundwave from the hit 80s cartoon The Transformers. He appears during a school talent contest which Chip and Dale headlined in.

MC Skat Cat and Paula Abdul

The Rescue Rangers show was in the late 80s, so this was one other obvious cameo to put in. The animated Skat Cat appeared in the Paula Abdul music video Opposites Attract

Three Little Pigs and Roger Rabbit

Chip & Dale are seen dancing with the Three Little Pigs short back in 1933 and with Roger Rabbit from the memorable live-action and animation movie hybrid Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

Lumiere from Beauty & The Beast

The animated candlestick has seen better days. He’s here in a comic convention with Dale, in a separate booth.

Baloo from the Jungle Book Reboot

Baloo makes an appearance in the movie singing Bare Necessities on-stage during a comic conference.

Ugly Sonic from The First Sonic The HedgeHog Movie Trailer

Yes, Ugly Sonic plays a pretty significant role in this film, and he’s voiced by Tim Robinson. He’s one of Dale’s pals from an opposite booth in the convention centre. There are a bunch of jokes involving his human teeth, and about him knowing the FBI which pays off later.

Tigra from Marvel Comics

One of the more obscure member of the Avengers pops up during the early scenes in the comic convention. This version’s from the not-so-good Avengers: United FOX animated cartoon series.

Flounder from The Little Mermaid

Ariel’s fish buddy from the 80s animated classic Disney film shows up as one of the victims in the film. He tried to sell off a fork (calling it a dinglehopper) before he gets kidnapped by CGI goons and alter his look so that he becomes victim to bootlegging.

Hollywood Walk Of Fame Names

If you look closely, the Hollywood Walk of Fame names are Squidward from Spongebob Squarepants, Yogi Bear from the Hanna-Barbera cartoons, and Samurai Jack.

Heck, famous Capcom female fighter Chun-Li is also immortalized on the Walk of Fame. They spelt her name wrong: she has a hyphen in her name.

Batman and E.T.

A quick little billboard joke featuring a rich billionaire who fights crime and a space alien. The quick gag is taken further when it’s the movie Chip watches at home. And yes, that’s Will Arnett’s voice as Batman.

Batman’s voiced by Jorma Taccone; our bad.

Wynnchel and Duncan from Wreck-It Ralph

The two doughnut cops from Wreck-It Ralph make it as actual cops in Hollywood, investigating Monterey Jack’s disappearance.

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  1. Aaron

    May 22, 2022 at 10:14 pm

    It looks like the creature facing Greedo in the tennis match is actually Salacious B. Crumb from Return of the Jedi! https://starwars.fandom.com/wiki/Salacious_B._Crumb

  2. Raymond Honeycutt

    May 23, 2022 at 8:16 pm

    I think the “Jim Henson Monster” on the Tennis Billboard is Salacious Crumb.

  3. Danielle

    May 24, 2022 at 12:40 am

    The comic convention posters are Greedo vs Salacious Crumb!

  4. Jordan Gadger

    June 10, 2022 at 2:51 am

    A rare squalor happened, of course. The characters are like the pictures of a bad artist, flat and empty. Facial expressions and forms are alien. There is no aesthetic admiration for this attempt at 3d expression. No grace or beauty. There is no depth and love, not an adequate plot. Inappropriate flat humor. A fierce mockery of the secret. An absurd untalented product without a sense of beauty, reminiscent of the same pirated products from the movie. They dumped everything in a heap and made a huge unintelligible dump. A bunch of some defective characters, like the Sonic who talks about the existence of the original Sonic, by the way … Completely unreasonably mocked the key points, just for fun. You can often hear about the key point that this is such a specific joke – an attempt to justify mediocre “creators” who, due to their “giftedness”, have no idea how great creations continue. If no one understands the joke, is it a success? We all understand how society looks at those who joked unsuccessfully. And how they perceive those whose jokes are not appropriate and not funny. What do those whose jokes are funny only to them look like. For this, usually, you can get in the face. And even if otherwise, if everyone and everything suddenly understood, then this fake does not automatically become magnificent and worthy of its original. Comedy is completely out of place here, as are the comic creators. They do it under the sauce “We love the Rescuers.” Well, well… Couldn’t do it, really, like Disney, in general.
    Only that picture was remembered, which hung on the wall at the “actor” Monty. And how wonderful it would be if the film (or its redemption) were in this style and with an adequate plot.Luckily, this is not an original reality that could continue canon. To understand this substitution, which tried to continue the series, it is enough to see in the film an episode with the participation of Akiva Shaffer, who allegedly filmed the original series in 1990, be it wrong – thanks.
    The real creators would hardly have been satisfied.

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