Trivia: Jodi Benson, who voiced/sang the part of Ariel in The Little Mermaid, appears as Robert's secretary, Sam. When Giselle looks into the fish tank (while Sam & Robert are talking), the song "Part of Your World" from Little Mermaid is heard playing.

Trivia: More billboard trivia. There is a billboard for the Broadway musical Hairspray. James Marsden was in the movie version of Hairspray. There is also a billboard for the musical Wicked which stars Idina Menzel, who plays Nancy.

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Trivia: Kevin Lima, the director of Enchanted, is also the squeaky voice of Pip in NYC. Paige O'Hara, who is the voice of Belle from Beauty and the Beast, and Danny Mastrogiorgio, who is the voice of Ram #2 in Brother Bear, appear as the couple on TV in the soap opera that Edward and Nathaniel watch on "the magic mirror." Also note that as soon as Edward clicks the remote to the soap's channel we hear a few bars of Beauty and the Beast's theme music. Then later while Edward searches for Giselle in the apartment building, Judy Kuhn, who is the singing voice of Pocahontas, appears as the pregnant mom with 3 kids who opens the door and tells the prince, "You're too late!"

Trivia: While Prince Edward and Nathaniel are in the hotel room, the scene playing on the TV right as Nathaniel leaves the room, the one with a dummy who says, "I don't like sad endings," is from Disney's Fun and Fancy Free.

Trivia: James Marsden was in Superman Returns. You can see the billboard of the movie behind him when he's on top of the bus.

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Trivia: One of the elderly men dancers in "That's How You Know" appeared as a chimney sweep in Mary Poppins.

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Trivia: When Narissa makes her appearance in Times Square, just before it cuts to Nathaniel in the taxi, a crowd stands beside a tall statue, behind Narissa. The statue is of George M. Cohan, a Broadway legend, and it is the only statue of any actor located in the Broadway district.

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Trivia: The scene where Giselle makes a scarecrow of her "dream prince" is based on a deleted scene from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs where Snow White does the same.

Trivia: Throughout the movie, music from classic Disney movies can be heard; such as 'Bella Notte' from Lady and the Tramp.

Trivia: The exterior scenes at Robert's residence were shot at the Paterno, an elegant apartment building known for its long curved facade and its elaborate arched 'porte-cochère' at the front entrance. The Paterno is located across from the Colosseum (now owned by Columbia U.), another curved Riverside apartment building (albeit smaller), both down the street from Barnard College and Columbia U.

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Trivia: Disney Princess sightings: 1) When Giselle comes back to see Morgan before the ball, Morgan runs up and gives her a hug. As she is running we see a small statue of Belle (from Beauty and the Beast) on the mantle behind her. 2) When Giselle is telling the story of Little Red Riding Hood to Morgan if you look in the back corner of the room there is a Cinderella book on a shelf. 3) Before the shopping spree when Morgan says "I have something better than a Fairy Godmother" we see a large stuffed Belle doll in the corner behind her.

Trivia: The name of Robert's law firm is Harline, Churchill and Smith. This is a reference to Leigh Harline, Frank Churchill and Paul J. Smith who composed the score for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Trivia: When a man is thrown back by the flames during Narissa's transformation towards the end of the movie, you can hear the Wilhelm scream.

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