History Disney / Bolt

25th Sep '16 12:20:45 PM Cindylover1969
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** Dr. Calico spends all his screen time [[ChewingTheScenery picking pieces of scenery out of his teeth]].Then again, that was to be expected, given [[Creator/MalcolmMcDowell who voices him]].
5th Sep '16 1:18:36 AM Tank50us
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** The sequence in question was being filmed in an older studio, which at the time of construction weren't the best at ''not'' catching on fire. They're effectively large warehouses, which also tended to have fires go from matchstick to inferno very fast. Even ones built today can very quickly become a blast furnace. As a result, they tend to have emergency exits ''everywhere''. As for why the studio lacked emergency exits, odds are, many of the exists were covered by scenery (something that ''is'' illegal, and could've resulted in the studio paying hefty fines in universe), blocking their use for escape.
16th Aug '16 1:55:46 PM Gitman
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* AnimalTalk: Shown several times with Rhino's angry mutterings being heard as cute squeaks by humans, or where Bolt's attempts to "super bark" Mittens down from a tree is nothing but a yapping dog and yowling cat to an animal catcher.

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* AnimalTalk: Shown several times with Rhino's angry mutterings rantings being heard as cute squeaks by humans, or where Bolt's attempts to "super bark" Mittens down from a tree is nothing but a yapping dog and yowling cat to an animal catcher.
9th Aug '16 9:09:07 PM FactoidCow
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* MistakenFromBehind: When Bolt is first lost in New York, he sees what he thinks is his arch-nemesis Dr. Calico from behind. He tries to knock him out with a karate chop, but not only is the man not Dr. Calico, but the chop has no effect on him, which confuses Bolt.
22nd Jun '16 12:20:42 PM NWolfman
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* GrowlingGut: Mittens' stomach growls during her first scene, and she uses it as a tactic to scare one of her bird servants. This also happens to Bolt, and he freaks out thinking the growls of his stomach are caused by a poison that Mittens implanted in him.

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* GrowlingGut: Mittens' Mittens uses her growling stomach growls during her first scene, and she uses it as a scare tactic to scare on one of her bird servants. This also happens to the pigeons she extorts food from. Later, Bolt, and he freaks out thinking the growls of who's lifestyle has caused him to never experience hunger, feels his stomach are caused by a poison that growl and freaks out, assuming Mittens implanted in has poisoned him.
12th Jun '16 6:30:39 PM NWolfman
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Released in 2008, ''Bolt'' is the 48th film in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, featuring the voices of Creator/JohnTravolta and Music/MileyCyrus.

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Released in 2008, ''Bolt'' is the 48th film in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, featuring Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon and the first film of the DisneyAnimatedCanon to be entirely supervised by John Lasseter. It stars the voices of Creator/JohnTravolta and Music/MileyCyrus.
17th May '16 12:18:23 PM Mouren
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The film went through several years of TroubledProduction, beginning life with the title of ''American Dog'' and featuring a very different plot that still centered around a television dog that believed himself to be inside the show. Originally directed by Creator/{{Chris|Sanders}} [[Disney/LiloAndStitch Sanders]], [[ExecutiveMeddling friction]] after Creator/{{Pixar}}'s integration into Walt Disney Animation led to Sanders being replaced and the film undergoing a significant overhaul into ''Bolt''. The dust up led to Sanders departing Disney altogether, leading to his creation of ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'' for rival Creator/DreamWorksAnimation.

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The film went through several years of TroubledProduction, beginning life with the title of ''American Dog'' and featuring a very different plot that still centered around a television dog that believed himself to be inside the show. Originally directed by Creator/{{Chris|Sanders}} [[Disney/LiloAndStitch Sanders]], Creator/{{Chris Sanders}}, [[ExecutiveMeddling friction]] after Creator/{{Pixar}}'s integration into Walt Disney Animation led to Sanders being replaced and the film undergoing a significant overhaul into ''Bolt''. The dust up led to Sanders departing Disney altogether, leading to his creation of ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'' for rival Creator/DreamWorksAnimation.
16th Apr '16 6:44:34 PM BURGINABC
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* NeckSnap: {{Discussed}}. This is not within his physiological capacities, but when a dozing guard presents an obstacle, Rhino says in dead earnest:
--> '''Rhino:''' Right. [[RuleOfFunny I'll snap his neck]].
--> '''Bolt''' ''(aghast):'' No!
16th Apr '16 1:16:18 AM BURGINABC
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* LaserGuidedKarma: The reason Mittens is singled out and taken prisoner by Bolt, is because the pigeons she was running a protection racket against told him that she was the "evil minion of the green-eyed man" he was looking for.
15th Apr '16 6:55:24 PM BURGINABC
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* BrattyHalfPint: Bolt, towards Mittens, [[spoiler:until he finds out he doesn't have superpowers.]]


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* TheNotLoveInterest: Though they're never [[InterspeciesRomance romantically involved]], the interaction between Bolt and Mittens has a lot of the hallmarks of a romantic subplot, complete with a pseudo-{{Falling In Love Montage}}. By the end, they're basically PlatonicLifePartners.
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