History Disney / LiloAndStitch

21st Mar '17 12:24:18 PM dsneybuf
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* VanillaEdition: Disney nowadays tends to release [=DVDs=] with much fewer bonus features than Blu-ray Discs and [=iTunes=] digital copies. This movie provides an exception, as the Blu-ray Disc contains no bonus features at all, while the "Big Wave" DVD (released in 2009) and [=iTunes=] Digital HD copy boast hours of extras. The blow to Blu-ray collectors gets softened just ever so slightly by Disney including disc one of the Big Wave DVD in the Blu-ray/DVD combo pack, and a digital code in the Blu-ray/Digital HD combo pack.

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* VanillaEdition: Disney nowadays tends to release [=DVDs=] with much fewer bonus features than Blu-ray Discs and [=iTunes=] digital copies. This movie provides an exception, as the Blu-ray Disc contains no bonus features at all, while the "Big Wave" 2-Disc DVD (released in 2009) and [=iTunes=] Digital HD copy boast hours of extras. The blow to Blu-ray collectors gets softened just ever so slightly by Disney including disc one of the Big Wave DVD in the Blu-ray/DVD combo pack, and a digital code in the Blu-ray/Digital HD combo pack.
20th Mar '17 2:38:35 PM MelancholyUtopia
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'''Jumba''': I haven't taught him that!

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'''Jumba''': -->'''Jumba''': I haven't taught him that!
20th Mar '17 2:38:03 PM MelancholyUtopia
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** In the beginning of the film when the Grand Councilwoman asks Stitch to say something good. He then proceeds to yell something which cause some aliens to faint, some throw up, and the Grand Councilwoman yell "How rude!" in response. It's implied he was saying a heavy cuss word in an alien-esque language.
'''Jumba''': I haven't taught him that!
15th Mar '17 3:49:01 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: A fairly lightheared take on it, but Stitch is programmed to destroy buildings, back up sewers, reverse road signs, and steal everyone's left shoe.

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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: A fairly lightheared lighthearted take on it, but Stitch is programmed to destroy buildings, back up sewers, reverse road signs, and steal everyone's left shoe.
15th Mar '17 6:53:04 AM snichols1973
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-->'''Jumba:''' After all you put me through, you expect me to ''help'' you, just like that?! ''Just like that?!''\\
'''Stitch:''' Ih. ["Yes."]\\
''({{beat}})''\\
'''Jumba:''' Fine!\\
'''Pleakley:''' "Fine?" You're doing what he says?!\\
'''Jumba:''' He is very persuasive.

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-->'''Jumba:''' After all you put me through, you expect me to ''help'' you, just like that?! ''Just like that?!''\\
'''Stitch:'''
that?!''
-->'''Stitch:'''
Ih. ["Yes."]\\
''({{beat}})''\\
'''Jumba:''' Fine!\\
'''Pleakley:'''
"]
-->[{{beat}}]
-->'''Jumba:''' Fine!
-->'''Pleakley:'''
"Fine?" You're doing what he says?!\\
'''Jumba:'''
says?!
-->'''Jumba:'''
He is very persuasive.
15th Mar '17 6:45:09 AM snichols1973
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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: A fairly lighthearted take on it, but Stitch is programmed to destroy buildings, back up sewers, reverse road signs, and steal everyone's left shoe.

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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: A fairly lighthearted lightheared take on it, but Stitch is programmed to destroy buildings, back up sewers, reverse road signs, and steal everyone's left shoe.


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** Don't touch the photograph of Lilo, Nani, and her parents:
-->'''Lilo''': Be careful of that! Don't touch it; don't ''ever'' touch it!


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* BreakTheCutie: Happens to Lilo and Nani after Stitch and Jumba destroy the house.
13th Mar '17 6:49:41 PM RisefromYourGrave
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** Stitch, who possesses super-strength, is able to pull a semi-truck to a stop. In ''Stitch! The Movie'', he actually keeps a space ship from taking off by grabbing onto it. In truth, regardless of how strong he is, a creature of Stitch's light weight could never do these things [[RequiredSecondaryPowers unless he also had super-anchoring powers]].

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** Stitch, who possesses super-strength, is able to pull a semi-truck to a stop. In ''Stitch! The Movie'', he actually keeps a space ship spaceship from taking off by grabbing onto it. In truth, regardless of how strong he is, a creature of Stitch's light weight could never do these things [[RequiredSecondaryPowers unless he also had super-anchoring powers]].



-->'''Jumba''': I would never, ''ever'' ... ''(sees 626)'' ... [[LastSecondWordSwap make more than one]].

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-->'''Jumba''': I would never, ''ever'' ... ''ever''... ''(sees 626)'' ...626)''... [[LastSecondWordSwap make more than one]].



--->"You came back..."\\
"Nobody gets left behind."

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--->"You --->'''Lilo''': You came back..."\\
"Nobody
\\
'''Stitch''': Nobody
gets left behind."



** It should be noted that it took being run over by ''three'' tractor-trailers in a row to knock him unconscious, and his dense body gave them quite a shake, too.



* NoIntelligentLifeHere: Upon discovering that the titular alien experiment has landed on an isolated island - ''Hawaii'':

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* NoIntelligentLifeHere: Upon discovering that the titular alien experiment has landed on an isolated island - ''Hawaii'':-- ''Kauai'':



* NostalgiaFilter: Actually got invoked by Disney's marketing department. As shown in the poster above, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbM84jGi20U and its trailers]], ''Lilo & Stitch'' got marketed by spoofing Disney's more popular films from [[TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation the 90s]]. It worked, with ''Lilo & Stitch'' becoming a CashCowFranchise, at least for [[TurnOfTheMillennium the decade]].

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* NostalgiaFilter: Actually got invoked by Disney's marketing department. As shown in the poster above, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbM84jGi20U and its trailers]], ''Lilo & Stitch'' got marketed by spoofing Disney's more popular films from [[TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation the 90s]]. It worked, with ''Lilo & Stitch'' becoming a CashCowFranchise, at CashCowFranchise--at least for [[TurnOfTheMillennium the decade]].decade]]--and Stitch becoming Disney's first iconic character who debuted in the 21st Century.



* NumberOfTheBeast: Stitch's original ID number was 666 until, presumably, ExecutiveMeddling or someone didn't want to be too obvious. It still is, in a way, since his number is 626 [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar (6 and 2 6's)]].

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* NumberOfTheBeast: Stitch's original ID number was 666 until, presumably, until ExecutiveMeddling or someone didn't want forced Chris Sanders to be too obvious. change the number. It still is, in a way, since his Stitch's number is 626 [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar (6 and 2 6's)]].



* PuniPlush: The character designers were explicitly told to avoid straight lines and harsh angles, and even rectangular objects have dulled corners, probably as a deliberate contrast with the rampant abuse of straight lines in Western animation. This becomes somewhat more amusing when [[Creator/ChrisSanders the creator's]] Website/DeviantArt [[http://alohalilo.deviantart.com/ page]] is viewed, which continues the same style, but includes artistic nudes and 1950s style pinups with a Hawaiian theme.

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* PuniPlush: The character designers were explicitly told to avoid straight lines and harsh angles, and even rectangular objects have dulled corners, probably as a deliberate contrast with the rampant then-rampant abuse of straight lines in Western animation. This becomes somewhat more amusing when [[Creator/ChrisSanders the creator's]] Website/DeviantArt [[http://alohalilo.deviantart.com/ page]] is viewed, which continues the same style, but includes artistic nudes and 1950s style pinups with a Hawaiian theme.



* RealityEnsues: When Lilo's home gets destroyed by a bunch of aliens, it's played for laughs. When [[PromotionToParent Nani]] and social worker Cobra Bubbles come back (just after Nani was able to convince him NOT to separate her from Lilo)... it leads to the social worker deciding to take the little girl away, much to Nani and Lilo's despair.

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* RealityEnsues: The main reason why this film is a comedy-''drama'' instead of a straight comedy.
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When Lilo's home gets destroyed by a bunch of aliens, it's played for laughs. When [[PromotionToParent Nani]] and social worker Cobra Bubbles come back (just after Nani was able to convince him NOT ''not'' to separate her from Lilo)... it leads to the social worker deciding to take the little girl away, much to Nani and Lilo's despair.



* RedOnesGoFaster: Stitch escapes custody by stealing a specifically-colored space police cruiser. It gets destroyed when he crash lands on Earth, though.



* ScaryBlackMan: Cobra Bubbles is certainly this to Nani, and he is voiced by none other than [[Film/PulpFiction Ving Rhames]].

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* ScaryBlackMan: Cobra Bubbles is certainly this to Nani, and he is voiced by none other than [[Film/PulpFiction Ving Rhames]].Creator/VingRhames.



* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: It's said that Stitch can't survive in water since "his molecular density is too great". This would mean simply that he has a higher density than water--i.e., even if he were, for example, to hold his breath, he would not be able to displace enough water to increase his buoyancy enough and he'd still be too dense to ''swim''. In laymen's terms: he sinks like a rock and can't swim.

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* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: SesquipedalianLoquaciousness:
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It's said that Stitch can't survive in water since "his molecular density is too great". This would mean simply that he has a higher density than water--i.e., even if he were, for example, to hold his breath, he would not be able to displace enough water to increase his buoyancy enough and he'd still be too dense to ''swim''. In laymen's terms: he sinks like a rock and can't swim.



** In Lilo's room, on the shelf on her easel, there's a small Disney/{{Dumbo}} doll. Doubly fitting is the fact that Dumbo was also an outcast in his film.

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** In Lilo's room, on the shelf on her easel, there's a small Disney/{{Dumbo}} doll. Doubly fitting is the fact that Dumbo was also an outcast in his film.film, which was also painted with watercolors like this one.



* SourceMusic: The opening chant, "He Mele No Lilo", is also the song being performed by Lilo's hula class, for which she is late.

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* SourceMusic: SourceMusic:
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The opening chant, "He Mele No Lilo", is also the song being performed by Lilo's hula class, for which she is late.late.
** Stitch plays guitar to the solos in Elvis Presley's "(You're the) Devil in Disguise", which plays in the background.



* ThirdPersonPerson: Stitch, mostly, although he actually does this only twice in the movie when he strikes a conversation with the Grand Councilwoman when she comes to arrest him, and within seconds of each instance. ("Does Stitch have to go in the ship?" and "Can Stitch say goodbye?")

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* ThirdPersonPerson: Stitch, mostly, although he actually does this only twice in the movie when he strikes a conversation with the Grand Councilwoman when she comes to arrest him, and within seconds of each instance. ("Does Stitch have to go in the ship?" and "Can Stitch say goodbye?")goodbye?") Still, it's in the franchise's later material where this becomes a regular habit for him.



* TrailerSpoof: Nearly all the trailers appeared to be a trailer for some other Disney movie at first, only to be interrupted by Stitch, partly to make it clear it was a lighter, wackier film than the company's usual output. The movie's tagline was even "''There's one in every family.''"

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* TrailerSpoof: Nearly all the trailers appeared to be a trailer for some other Disney movie at first, only to be interrupted by Stitch, partly to make it clear it was a lighter, wackier film than the company's usual output. The movie's tagline was even "''There's "''[[BlackSheep There's one in every family.''"]]''"



* TheTrickster: Stitch.
* TrueCompanions: Though Lilo and Nani are blood relatives, they form an unconventional little ohana with their alien house guests.

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* TheTrickster: Stitch.
This is literally what Stitch is ''designed'' to be, and he's very good at being one.
* TrueCompanions: Though Lilo and Nani are blood relatives, they form an unconventional little ohana ''[='=]ohana'' with their alien house guests.



* TheUnintelligible: Throughout most of the film, Stitch speaks an alien language. Though he [[AliensSpeakingEnglish understands and can speak English]], he keeps it to himself, since he is aware that he is pretending to be a dog and the woman at the animal shelter said dogs can't talk.

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* TheUnintelligible: Throughout most of the film, Stitch speaks an alien language.language called Tantalog. Though he [[AliensSpeakingEnglish understands and can speak English]], he keeps it to himself, since he is aware that he is pretending to be a dog and the woman at the animal shelter said dogs can't talk.



* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Nobody really seems to notice or care much about Jumba and Pleakley, [[PaperThinDisguise when their disguises do almost nothing to hide themselves]]. Stitch is a similar case, though most characters [[SubvertedTrope do react to him]], with their first question usually being along the lines of "what is that?".

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* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Nobody really seems to notice or care much about Jumba and Pleakley, [[PaperThinDisguise when their disguises do almost nothing to hide themselves]]. Stitch is a similar case, though most characters [[SubvertedTrope do react to him]], with their first question usually being along the lines of "what is that?".that?"



* VanillaEdition: Disney nowadays tends to release [=DVDs=] with much fewer bonus features than Blu-ray Discs and [=iTunes=] digital copies. This movie provides an exception, as the Blu-ray Disc contains no bonus features at all, while the "Big Wave" DVD (released in 2009) and [=iTunes=] Digital HD copy boast hours of extras. The blow to Blu-ray collectors gets softened just ever so slightly by Disney including disc one of the Big Wave DVD in the Blu-ray/DVD combo pack, and an [=iTunes=] code in the Blu-ray/Digital HD combo pack.

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* VanillaEdition: Disney nowadays tends to release [=DVDs=] with much fewer bonus features than Blu-ray Discs and [=iTunes=] digital copies. This movie provides an exception, as the Blu-ray Disc contains no bonus features at all, while the "Big Wave" DVD (released in 2009) and [=iTunes=] Digital HD copy boast hours of extras. The blow to Blu-ray collectors gets softened just ever so slightly by Disney including disc one of the Big Wave DVD in the Blu-ray/DVD combo pack, and an [=iTunes=] a digital code in the Blu-ray/Digital HD combo pack.
13th Mar '17 6:08:46 PM RisefromYourGrave
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[[ConvenientlyAnOrphan Recent orphans of a car accident]], sisters Nani and Lilo are practically alone in the world except for each other. [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Lilo, often lost in her own world]], neither understands nor is understood by her hula classmates. Nani loves her little sister, but [[PromotionToParent the stress of responsibility]] makes her a bit short-tempered and resentful. Unbeknownst to them, Dr. Jumba Jookiba, [[MadScientist the maddest scientist to splice genetics this side of the Milky Way]], stands trial for having created, illegally, a new life form (actually 626 life forms, but it is the 626th that we're concerned with). Experiment 626 ("six-two-six") has a vast capacity for knowledge, spectacular combat abilities, and a programmed instinct to destroy anything he comes across. Escaping from the United Galactic Federation, 626 takes a shortcut to the closest planet, which is 70% water (important because he is too dense to swim or float) -- and miraculously lands on the bitty Hawaiian archipelago in the middle of the Pacific, crashing on the island of Kauai. He adopts Lilo as readily as Lilo adopts him. However, while Lilo wants a companion, Stitch, as she named the alien, wants a human shield to deter Dr. Jumba, who is hot on his trail with the help of the neurotic Agent Pleakley. Stitch [[BecomingTheMask inadvertently learns]] the meaning of ''[='=]ohana'': "''[='=]Ohana'' means ''family''. ''Family'' means, [[NoOneGetsLeftBehind nobody gets left behind or forgotten]]." In other words, TrueCompanions.

The idea of 625 other experiments by Jumba was inevitably too tempting ''not'' to develop into ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries''. A few episodes [[{{Crossover}} crossed over]] with ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'', ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong''. This series was [[BookEnds bookended]] by ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'', a direct-to-video film which kicked it off, and ''WesternAnimation/LeroyAndStitch'', a television film that acted as the finale for the series.

During the creation of ''The Series'', another direct-to-video film was made. This one was called ''Disney/LiloAndStitch2StitchHasAGlitch''. This film takes place shortly after the original film, effectively acting as a direct sequel, and before ''Stitch! The Movie''. In it, we discover that Stitch was never fully charged during his creation and suffers fits that revert him to his original programming. Unless he is recharged, he will shut down permanently. ''Lilo & Stitch 2'' was originally slated for a theatrical release, but the poor returns from ''Disney/TheJungleBook 2'' made Disney reconsider just as the movie was complete and had it released straight to video in 2005. The fact that none of the other experiments are mentioned nor Gantu is shown as well as the high production values make this pretty obvious that it was meant to be theatrical. Also included on the DVD was a short film, ''The Origin of Stitch'', which also takes place before ''Stitch! The Movie''.

Stitch's habit of sneaking into other shows and platforms resulted not just in the movie's teaser trailers, but also in a short cameo in ''Disney/TheLionKingOneAndAHalf'', an appearance in the "outtakes" of ''Disney/BrotherBear'', the aforementioned crossover episodes in ''The Series'', a role in the ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' video game series, an appearance as a meet-and-greet character in ''VideoGame/KinectDisneylandAdventures'', his and Lilo's appearances in the ''VideoGame/DisneyMagicalWorld'' games, and him being made into a playable character in ''VideoGame/DisneyInfinity'' starting with its second game, with that game receiving a "Toy Box Expansion Game" based on ''Lilo & Stitch'' with Pleakley making an appearance.

An {{anime}} series, ''Anime/{{Stitch}}'', was made for the Japanese market and aired from October 2008 to June 2011 (with two TV specials broadcasted in 2012 and 2015), featuring the new protagonist Yuna. The series established itself as a TimeSkip sequel to the original franchise in its English dub and later in a third-season episode of the Japanese original. Said English dub, which aired in other countries first, began airing on Creator/DisneyXD in North America on October 24, 2011, but was pulled from the network after less than a week on the continent for unknown reasons.

[[Characters/LiloAndStitch There are multiple character sheets for this Disney franchise.]]

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[[ConvenientlyAnOrphan Recent orphans of a car accident]], sisters Nani and Lilo Pelekai are practically alone in the world except for each other. [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Lilo, often lost in her own world]], neither understands nor is understood by her hula classmates. Nani loves her little sister, but [[PromotionToParent the stress of responsibility]] makes her a bit short-tempered and resentful. Unbeknownst to them, Dr. Jumba Jookiba, [[MadScientist the maddest scientist to splice genetics this side of the Milky Way]], stands trial for having created, illegally, a new life form (actually 626 life forms, but it is the 626th that we're concerned with). Experiment 626 ("six-two-six") has a vast capacity for knowledge, spectacular combat abilities, and a programmed instinct to destroy anything he comes across. Escaping from the United Galactic Federation, 626 takes a shortcut to the closest planet, which is 70% water (important because he is too dense to swim or float) -- and miraculously lands on the bitty Hawaiian archipelago in the middle of the Pacific, crashing on the island of Kauai. He adopts Lilo as readily as Lilo adopts him. However, while Lilo wants a companion, Stitch, as she named the alien, wants a human shield to deter Dr. Jumba, who is hot on his trail with the help of the neurotic Agent Pleakley. Stitch [[BecomingTheMask inadvertently learns]] the meaning of ''[='=]ohana'': "''[='=]Ohana'' means ''family''. ''Family'' means, [[NoOneGetsLeftBehind nobody gets left behind or forgotten]]." In other words, TrueCompanions.

The idea of 625 other experiments by Jumba was inevitably too tempting ''not'' to develop into ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries''. [[note]]Although said idea was previously shown in prequel comics that were printed in ''Magazine/DisneyAdventures'' magazine, as well as a prequel spin-off game for [=PlayStation=] 2 released a couple days before the original film.[[/note]] In this show, the titular duo find Stitch's "cousins" around Kauai, reform them, name them, and put them into "one true places" where they are able to use their abilities for good. A few episodes in its second season [[{{Crossover}} crossed over]] with ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'', ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong''. This series was [[BookEnds bookended]] by ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'', a direct-to-video film which kicked it off, and ''WesternAnimation/LeroyAndStitch'', a television film that acted as the finale for the series.

During the creation of ''The Series'', another direct-to-video film was made. This one was called ''Disney/LiloAndStitch2StitchHasAGlitch''. This film takes place shortly after the original film, effectively acting as a direct sequel, and before ''Stitch! The Movie''. In it, we discover that Stitch was never fully charged during his creation and suffers fits that revert him to his original programming. Unless he is recharged, he will shut down permanently. ''Lilo & Stitch 2'' was originally slated for a theatrical release, but the poor returns from ''Disney/TheJungleBook 2'' made Disney reconsider just as the movie was complete and had it released straight to video in 2005. The fact that none of the other experiments are mentioned nor Gantu is are shown -- as well as the high production values -- make this pretty obvious that it was meant to be theatrical. Also included on the DVD was a short film, ''The Origin of Stitch'', which also takes place before ''Stitch! The Movie''.

Stitch's habit of sneaking into other shows and platforms resulted not just in the movie's teaser trailers, but also in a short cameo in ''Disney/TheLionKingOneAndAHalf'', an appearance in the "outtakes" of ''Disney/BrotherBear'', the aforementioned crossover episodes in ''The Series'', a role in the ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' video game series, an appearance as a meet-and-greet character in ''VideoGame/KinectDisneylandAdventures'', his and Lilo's appearances in the ''VideoGame/DisneyMagicalWorld'' games, ''VideoGame/DisneyMagicalWorld'', that game's sequel adding a world based on their universe along with Jumba and him being Pleakley, and Stitch made into a playable character in the late ''VideoGame/DisneyInfinity'' series starting with its second game, with that game receiving a "Toy Box Expansion Game" based on ''Lilo & Stitch'' with Pleakley making an appearance.

appearance. In short, Stitch since became (in)famous for being a very crossover friendly character within Disney's works.

An {{anime}} series, ''Anime/{{Stitch}}'', was made for the Japanese market and aired from October 2008 to June 2011 (with two TV specials broadcasted in 2012 and 2015), featuring the new protagonist Yuna. The deuteragonist Yuna Kamihara replacing Lilo. This series established itself as a TimeSkip sequel to the original franchise in its English dub and later in a third-season episode of the Japanese original. Said English dub, which first aired in 2009 in other countries first, countries, began airing on Creator/DisneyXD in North America on October 24, 2011, but was pulled from the network after less than a week on the continent for unknown reasons.

reasons.[[note]]Although it should be mentioned that this show is pretty controversial within the Western ''L&S'' fanbase, which may or may not be the reason why it was pulled from the U.S.[[/note]]

[[Characters/LiloAndStitch There are multiple character sheets for Come see how big this Disney franchise.'ohana is while you're at it.]]



** The trailers and print advertising played around with this, showing Stitch being rejected by various members of the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon; the tag line was "There's one in every family."
* AllThereInTheScript: Lilo and Nani's last name (Pelekai) has never been verbally referred to by any character in this film. It appeared on the adoption paper where Lilo is written as Stitch's owner. It wouldn't be until ''Leroy & Stitch'' where Lilo was finally referred to with surname attached.

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** The trailers and print advertising played around with this, showing Stitch being rejected by various members of the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon; the tag line tagline was "There's one in every family."
* AllThereInTheScript: Lilo and Nani's last name (Pelekai) has never been verbally referred to by any character in this film. It appeared on the adoption paper where Lilo is written as Stitch's owner. It wouldn't be until ''Leroy & Stitch'' where Lilo was finally referred to with surname attached.[[note]]Then again, ''[='=]ohana'' has nothing to do with family names, which probably explains why it's been acknowledged very few times by Disney.[[/note]]
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