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20th Sep '17 9:45:35 PM MasterN
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* The 2006 film ''WesternAnimation/{{Hoodwinked}}'', when Boingo has Red tied up, and is issuing orders to the ski team members, he stops on Keith, the OddNameOut, and says, "Darn it, change your name! ''Please''? That's not scary! And I'm embarrassed to say that. 'Boris'. Try that. (''cue Boris walking away'') Keith! Oh, '[[SarcasmMode Watch out for Keith!]]'" This part was ad-libbed by Andy Dick, who really thought "Keith" was [[TomTheDarkLord a stupid name for an evil henchman]]. Albeit it's kind of ironic: the names mean almost the same thing in different languages. Keith is Scottish-Gaelic for, "from the battlefield". Boris is Slavic for, "battler, or, warrior".

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* The 2006 film ''WesternAnimation/{{Hoodwinked}}'', when Boingo BigBad [[spoiler: Boingo]] has Red tied up, and is issuing orders to the ski team members, he stops on Keith, the OddNameOut, and says, "Darn it, change your name! ''Please''? That's not scary! And I'm embarrassed to say that. 'Boris'. Try that. (''cue Boris walking away'') Keith! Oh, '[[SarcasmMode Watch out for Keith!]]'" This part was ad-libbed by Andy Dick, who really thought "Keith" was [[TomTheDarkLord a stupid name for an evil henchman]]. Albeit it's kind of ironic: the names mean almost the same thing in different languages. Keith is Scottish-Gaelic for, "from the battlefield". Boris is Slavic for, "battler, or, warrior".
30th Jul '17 5:37:18 PM Everlighte
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** Timon's line "What do you want me to do, dress in drag and do the hula?" was an ad-lib by NathanLane The line ended up spawning a scene where Timon's 'idea' causes an infamous GilliganCut, which gets lampshaded in ''The Lion King 1 1/2''.

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** Timon's line "What do you want me to do, dress in drag and do the hula?" was an ad-lib by NathanLane Nathan Lane. The line ended up spawning a scene where Timon's 'idea' causes an infamous GilliganCut, which gets lampshaded in ''The Lion King 1 1/2''.
30th Jul '17 5:36:47 PM Everlighte
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** Timon's line "What do you want me to do, dress in drag and do the hula?" was an ad-lib by the voice actor. The line ended up spawning a scene where Timon's 'idea' causes an infamous GilliganCut, which gets lampshaded in ''The Lion King 1 1/2''.

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** Timon's line "What do you want me to do, dress in drag and do the hula?" was an ad-lib by the voice actor. NathanLane The line ended up spawning a scene where Timon's 'idea' causes an infamous GilliganCut, which gets lampshaded in ''The Lion King 1 1/2''.
21st Jul '17 12:27:02 PM akaun6899
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** A lot of these ad-libs, among other cases of LullDestruction, were removed in a 2010 reissue, in an effort by Disney to make the dub more faithful to the original.
11th Jul '17 12:11:22 AM Scsigs
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* The 2006 film ''WesternAnimation/{{Hoodwinked}}'', when Boingo has Red tied up, and is issuing orders to the ski team members, he stops on Keith, the OddNameOut, and says, "Darnit, change your name! ''Please''? That's not scary! And I'm embarrassed to say that. 'Boris'. Try that. (''cue Boris walking away'') Keith! Oh, '[[SarcasmMode Watch out for Keith!]]'" This part was ad-libbed by Andy Dick, who really thought "Keith" was [[TomTheDarkLord a stupid name for an evil henchman]]. Albeit it's kind of ironic: the names mean almost the same thing in different languages. Keith is Scottish-Gaelic for, "from the battlefield". Boris is Slavic for, "battler, or, warrior".

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* The 2006 film ''WesternAnimation/{{Hoodwinked}}'', when Boingo has Red tied up, and is issuing orders to the ski team members, he stops on Keith, the OddNameOut, and says, "Darnit, "Darn it, change your name! ''Please''? That's not scary! And I'm embarrassed to say that. 'Boris'. Try that. (''cue Boris walking away'') Keith! Oh, '[[SarcasmMode Watch out for Keith!]]'" This part was ad-libbed by Andy Dick, who really thought "Keith" was [[TomTheDarkLord a stupid name for an evil henchman]]. Albeit it's kind of ironic: the names mean almost the same thing in different languages. Keith is Scottish-Gaelic for, "from the battlefield". Boris is Slavic for, "battler, or, warrior".



** One of the [[Funny/MonstersVsAliens Crowning Moments of Funny]] was originally an adlib by Creator/StephenColbert during filming: "Huh. Evidently they eat lead."

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** One of the [[Funny/MonstersVsAliens Crowning Moments of Funny]] was originally an adlib ad-lib by Creator/StephenColbert during filming: "Huh. Evidently they eat lead."



* In ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'', Creator/MichaelJFox's character, Milo, is vomiting over the side of a ship; under his breath he mutters "Carrots, why is it always carrots? I don't even eat carrots...", which was an ad-lib. Also, apparently Jim Varney (who played the vegetable-allergic "Cookie") improvised a lot of his lines. The directors explained that they could bring him in for maybe five lines but would schedule for four hours because everything he came up with was solid gold.

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* In ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'', Creator/MichaelJFox's character, Milo, is vomiting over the side of a ship; under his breath he mutters "Carrots, why is it always carrots? I don't even eat carrots...", which was an ad-lib. Also, apparently Jim Varney (who played the vegetable-allergic "Cookie") improvised a lot of his lines. The directors explained that they could would bring him in for maybe five lines but would schedule for four hours because everything he came up with was solid gold.



* The squirrel in ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'' was a gag drawn on the original storyboards. They crew liked him so much he was put into the movie and ended up being a plot device.

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* The squirrel in ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'' was a gag drawn on the original storyboards. They The crew liked him so much he was put into the movie and ended up being a plot device.
4th Jun '17 9:49:23 PM JoeMerl
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* ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons'' did this not to a line, but to [[CastingGag an actor]]--at one point, Lewis asks Wilbur what his father looks like, and Wilbur replies "Creator/TomSelleck." This is a lie, but later the crew decided to cast Selleck in the role as a joke.

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* ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons'' did this not to a line, but to [[CastingGag an actor]]--at one point, Lewis asks Wilbur what his father looks like, and after a {{Beat}}, Wilbur replies "Creator/TomSelleck." This is a lie, meant to cover up the fact that Wilbur's father is [[spoiler:[[KidFromTheFuture an older Lewis]]]], but later the crew decided to cast Selleck in the role as a joke.
21st May '17 4:02:16 PM jormis29
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** T. J. Miller ad-libbed most of Fred's dialogue.

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** T. J. Miller Creator/TJMiller ad-libbed most of Fred's dialogue.
13th Mar '17 5:49:15 PM StFan
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* ''{{Disney/Hercules}}''' [[EverybodyHatesHades Hades]] was originally supposed to be a stoic, menacing villain, but when James Woods came to audition, he decided on a whim to make him a fast-talking huckster. The crew liked it, and according to Woods, most of his lines in the movie are ad-libbed.

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* ''{{Disney/Hercules}}''' ''Disney/{{Hercules}}''' [[EverybodyHatesHades Hades]] was originally supposed to be a stoic, menacing villain, but when James Woods came to audition, he decided on a whim to make him a fast-talking huckster. The crew liked it, and according to Woods, most of his lines in the movie are ad-libbed.
* In ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', during the scene where Judy reunites with Nick, Ginnifer Goodwin (Judy) begun crying while reciting her lines. The directors used this take.
15th Jan '17 8:08:51 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* Iago in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', when preparing to abandon the palace with Jafar when their treachery was exposed, mentioned packing up guns, weapons, knives, as well as a miniature picture of Iago and Jafar that he thought he was making a weird face in. According to the DVD commentary, the entire thing was Iago's voice actor, Creator/GilbertGottfried, ad-libbing; the story also goes that the rant was left in because it made Creator/RobinWilliams laugh.

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* Iago in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', when preparing to abandon the palace with Jafar when their treachery was exposed, mentioned packing up guns, weapons, weapons and knives, as well as a miniature picture of Iago and Jafar that he thought he was making a weird face in. According to the DVD commentary, the entire thing was Iago's voice actor, Creator/GilbertGottfried, ad-libbing; the story also goes that the rant was left in because it made Creator/RobinWilliams laugh.
24th Nov '16 10:04:52 AM nombretomado
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** Mike Myers also improvised the line "You're heading the right way for a smacked bottom" after getting annoyed at one of the directors (note that the line is recycled from AustinPowers).

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** Mike Myers also improvised the line "You're heading the right way for a smacked bottom" after getting annoyed at one of the directors (note that the line is recycled from AustinPowers).''Film/AustinPowers'').
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