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23rd Feb '17 4:50:05 PM Midna
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** Since Disney signed a distribution agreement with [=DreamWorks=] in 2009, they've screened Shrek on The Disney Channel several times in some markets. Understandably, this has raised a lot of confusion for those who know the differences between [=DreamWorks=], Disney and Pixar. The agreement is set to expire in late 2016 though, and [=DreamWorks=] has said that they will not renew the contract once it expires.

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** Since Disney signed a distribution agreement with [=DreamWorks=] in 2009, they've screened Shrek on The Disney Channel several times in some markets. Understandably, this has raised a lot of confusion for those who know the differences between [=DreamWorks=], Disney and Pixar. The agreement is set to expire expired in late 2016 though, and [=DreamWorks=] has said that they will did not renew the contract once it expires.it.
21st Feb '17 7:07:12 PM whunt
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** For their annual awards series (where they list the ten best films and TV programs of that year), the film section tends to list one animated film per year most years. From 2007-2010, and in 2003 and 2004, it was always a PIXAR film. By 2015, Animation returned with WesternAnimation/InsideOut and ''[[Disney/Zootopia Zootopia]]'' the following year. The only non-Disney films to make that list are [[WesternAnimation/Shrek Shrek]]'' (2001), ''WesternAnimation/HappyFeet'' (2006) and ''[[WesternAnimation/Coraline Coraline]]'' (2009, shared with Disney/PIXAR's own ''[[WesternAnimation/Up Up)'']].

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** For their annual awards series (where they list the ten best films and TV programs of that year), the film section tends to list one animated film per year most years. From 2007-2010, and in 2003 and 2004, it was always a PIXAR film. By 2015, Animation returned with WesternAnimation/InsideOut and ''[[Disney/Zootopia ''[[{{Disney/Zootopia}} Zootopia]]'' the following year. The only non-Disney films to make that list are [[WesternAnimation/Shrek [[{{WesternAnimation/Shrek}} Shrek]]'' (2001), ''WesternAnimation/HappyFeet'' (2006) and ''[[WesternAnimation/Coraline ''[[{{WesternAnimation/Coraline}} Coraline]]'' (2009, shared with Disney/PIXAR's own ''[[WesternAnimation/Up ''[[{{WesternAnimation/Up}} Up)'']].
21st Feb '17 7:05:42 PM whunt
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* In a similar vein, this is committed in large part by the lists published by the [[AFIS100YearsSeries American Film Institute]]. They do tend to zigzag the AnimationAgeGhetto trope by having animated films appear on lists every so often, but most of those films are Disney. On their ''100 Years...'' series, Disney films appear in the low places like ''Passions'', ''Cheers'', and ''Musicals'', with two Disney films listed on the Top 100 overall (''Film/ToyStory'' was #99, ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarves'' was #29). This is amplified on their Top 10's when in the Animation Category, eight of the listed films were Disney and two were PIXAR, with ''Shrek'' at #8 the only non-Disney movie present.
** For their annual awards series (where they list the ten best films and TV programs of that year), the film section tends to list one animated film per year most years. From 2007-2010, and in 2003 and 2004, it was always a PIXAR film. By 2015, Animation returned with WesternAnimation/InsideOut and ''[[Disney/Zootopia Zootopia]]'' the following year. The only non-Disney films to make that list are [[WesternAnimation/Shrek Shrek]]'' (2001), ''WesternAnimation/HappyFeet'' (2006) and ''[[WesternAnimation/Coraline Coraline]]'' (2009, shared with Disney/PIXAR's own ''[[WesternAnimation/Up Up)'']].
16th Feb '17 2:16:36 PM StFan
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16th Feb '17 2:14:16 PM StFan
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-> ''"But in animation, everyone is expected to come as close as they can to Creator/WaltDisney. That's not a rap on Disney. He was a genius, an innovator…his stuff was so terrific that people came to believe that that was all there was to animation."''

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-> ''"But in animation, everyone is expected to come as close as they can to Creator/WaltDisney. That's not a rap on Disney. He was a genius, an innovator…his innovator... his stuff was so terrific that people came to believe that that was all there was to animation."''



** Similar to its sister show, the Italian Disney Channel played Mumfie in the early 2000's on Playhouse Disney, right before ''BearInTheBigBlueHouse''.

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** Similar to its sister show, the Italian Disney Channel played Mumfie in the early 2000's on Playhouse Disney, right before ''BearInTheBigBlueHouse''.''Series/BearInTheBigBlueHouse''.
4th Feb '17 7:14:46 AM mimitchi33
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4th Feb '17 7:05:36 AM mimitchi33
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* Many people think that all Bright and Early and Beginner books are Creator/DrSeuss because Literature/TheCatInTheHat is on the logo for both of these series. The most common victims of this ''Are You My Mother?'', ''Go, Dog, Go!'' and ''Put Me In The Zoo''.
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25th Jan '17 2:03:56 PM akaun6899
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** In the book ''I Am Malala'', Malala Yousafzai mentions at one point watching Disney movies while recovering from her injuries, specifically ''Shrek'' and ''[[WesternAnimation/SharkTale "A Shark's Tale"]]''.

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** In the book ''I Am Malala'', Malala Yousafzai mentions at one point watching Disney movies while recovering from her injuries, specifically the first three ''Shrek'' films and ''[[WesternAnimation/SharkTale "A Shark's Tale"]]''.
25th Jan '17 5:19:59 AM akaun6899
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** In the book ''I Am Malala'', Malala Yousafzai mentions at one point watching Disney movies while recovering from her injuries, specifically ''Shrek'' and ''[[WesternAnimation/SharkTale "A Shark's Tale"]]''.
22nd Jan '17 4:09:16 PM MrMediaGuy2
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* Creator/TheMysteriousMrEnter once said that Creator/HannaBarbera made ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfRockyAndBullwinkle'' when it was actually made by Jay Ward Productions.

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* Creator/TheMysteriousMrEnter once said that Creator/HannaBarbera made ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfRockyAndBullwinkle'' ''WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle'' when it was actually made by Jay Ward Productions.
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