Aladdin (Disney) Easter Egg - Artist's Initials

At the very end of the movie, when the genie lifts up the film, look to the right, there is a pink circle with the letters B and G. These are the artist's initials.

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 05-07-2000
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webcel writes:
Considering the Genie's lifting up the "cels" that make up the shot, I think the "BG" denotes the background level. I worked at ananimation studio that labelled art levels like that...
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BG simply means "Back Ground)
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Sweetthang writes:
What you are seeing in the end is the shadow of the genie on the white background. The shadow is pink and if you use your imagination, you can see a B and G, but it's not really there.
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Me and my cousin Jonathan McManus think that those initials stand for bad guess loser!!!
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