You know that section of Walt Disney's "Fantasia" with the fauns and centaurs and flying ponies? The one backed by the First Movement of Beethoven's "Pastoral Symphony," the Sixth? The part that Leopold Stokowski said that Walt Disney's idea of mythology was "not quite what this symphony is about?"
Were you aware that that now iconic Beethoven score was actually a substitution? The animators and the writers couldn't quite fit their first choice, Gabriel Pierne's "Cydalize and the Faun" into the story, so Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 was plugged in.
So now you have 3 generations of movie goers who see cartoon cherubs whenever this symphony is played, but it's not quite what this symphony is about.
MUSIC: Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 EMI 57445