Video shows Disneyland cast member tricking guests into insulting fellow worker

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With so many iconic heroes and villains roaming Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure, conflicts are sure to arise! @mrs.everdaymommy shared a video showing a silly interaction between Peter Pan and the Evil Queen:

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“Wendy, come on! We have to go check out the Lost Boys,” Peter Pan says in the video. As Wendy and Captain Hook catch up with Peter, he shouts, “Bye, Smelly Queen!” to the Evil Queen of White as snow (1937).

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Wendy berates Peter Pan for insulting the dastardly villain, but a group of children can be heard chanting “Smelly Queen!” as the most famous Lost Boy and his crew walk away. The Evil Queen does not react and continues to welcome Guests to Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Park.

Of course, this is all fun! Cast Members make the magic happen every day with little moments like this.

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Peter Pan (1953) is a classic Walt Disney Animation Studios film, despite controversy over racist depictions of Native Americans. From Disney:

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