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2nd May '16 9:55:13 AM 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 claims he looks like Creator/TomSelleck. This is a lie, but later the crew decided to cast Selleck in the role as a joke.
* ''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. He claims that most of his lines in the final cut are ad-libbed.

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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 claims he looks like Creator/TomSelleck. replies "Creator/TomSelleck." This is a lie, but later the crew decided to cast Selleck in the role as a joke.
* ''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. He claims that The crew liked it, and according to Woods, most of his lines in the final cut movie are ad-libbed.
2nd May '16 9:52:31 AM 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 claims he looks like Creator/TomSelleck. This is a lie, but later the crew decided to cast Selleck in the role as a joke.
* ''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. He claims that most of his lines in the final cut are ad-libbed.
18th Apr '16 5:46:41 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.

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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.ad-libbing; the story also goes that the rant was left in because it made RobinWilliams laugh.
31st Mar '16 5:31:53 PM niotpoda
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* In ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', the line "That's new" (as in, right after Naveen has attempted to woo Tiana, only to have his throat balloon like a frog) was supposed to be spoken in a confused, surprised way - "Whoa, that's new." But instead, the actor voicing Naveen said it ''suave'', and it got into the film that way. It ''works.''

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* In ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', the line "That's new" (as in, (delivered right after Naveen has attempted to woo Tiana, only to have his throat balloon like a frog) was supposed to be spoken in a confused, surprised way - "Whoa, that's new." But instead, the way, but Naveen's voice actor voicing Naveen said it ''suave'', and it got into the film that way. It ''works.''



** Similarly, during "[[VillainSong Be Prepared]]", you might notice that Ed is uncharacteristically speaking (or rather, singing) in the song. That's because Jim Cummings, Ed's voice actor, was filling in for Scar for the remainder of the song at that point, because Creator/JeremyIrons, Scar's regular voice actor for the film, was unable to sing the song anymore due to blowing out his voice at the verse "You Won't Get A Sniff Without Me!"



** For the scene where Toothless is trying to buck Astrid off, Creator/JayBaruchel ad-libbed the line "Thank you for nothing, you useless reptile!" This became one of the most quoted lines in the movies trailers and commercials. The trivia track on the disc also notes other places where voice actors improvised.

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** For the scene where Toothless is trying to buck Astrid off, Creator/JayBaruchel ad-libbed the line "Thank you for nothing, you useless reptile!" This became one of the most quoted lines in the movies trailers and commercials. The trivia track on the disc also notes other places where voice actors improvised.



** There's a scene where Donkey chastises Shrek for belching, saying it's no way to behave around a princess -- which is then followed by Fiona unleashing an impressive belch of her own. Fiona's belch was real and unscripted -- Cameron Diaz had been drinking Coke while recording her lines. She stayed in character, and Eddie Murphy improvised the next line, "She's as nasty as you are!" and it was kept in the final take.

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** There's a scene where Donkey chastises Shrek for belching, saying it's no way to behave around a princess -- which is then followed by Fiona unleashing an impressive belch of her own. Fiona's belch was real and unscripted -- Cameron Diaz had been drinking Coke while recording her lines. She stayed in character, and Eddie Murphy improvised the next line, "She's as nasty as you are!" and it was kept in the final take.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}}'': King Julien's entire character was almost entirely thrown in. He was originally an extra with only three lines, but when Creator/SachaBaronCohen start ad-libbing in an over-the-top Indian accent at his audition, the producers found it too good to leave out. Even then, many of his lines are improvised (such as his quip about the gecko on his crown, which prompted to animators to add said gecko).

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}}'': King Julien's entire character was almost entirely thrown in. He was originally an extra with only three lines, but when Creator/SachaBaronCohen start started ad-libbing in an over-the-top Indian accent at his audition, the producers found it too good to leave out. Even then, many of his lines are improvised (such as his quip about the gecko on his crown, which prompted to animators to add said gecko).



* 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 even ended up as a plot device.

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* 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 even ended up as being a plot device.
13th Feb '16 5:43:28 PM Looneygamemaster
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* ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'': Pat Carroll ad-libbed Ursula's aside ("...''Pathetic!''") to Flotsam and Jetsam during her VillainSong.

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* ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'': Pat Carroll Not by an actor, but by an acting ''coach'': Howard Ashman ad-libbed Ursula's aside ("...''Pathetic!''") to Flotsam and Jetsam during while Pat Carroll was recording her VillainSong.
14th Dec '15 10:20:31 AM twilicorn
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* In the movie ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'' in the beginning there is a part where Marianne the TomboyPrincess makes fun of all the boys that her sister Dawn the PrincessClassic likes. She makes funny expressions and waves her hands around, her voice actress Evan Rachel Wood made those expressions in the recording booth and the animators used them in the movie.

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* In the movie beginning of ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'' in the beginning there is a part where Marianne the TomboyPrincess [[TomboyPrincess Marianne]] makes fun of all the boys that her sister Dawn the PrincessClassic likes. She makes [[PrincessClassic Dawn]] likes, making funny expressions and waves waving her hands around, her around. Marianne's voice actress Evan Rachel Wood Creator/EvanRachelWood actually made those expressions in the recording booth and the animators used them in the movie.
15th Oct '15 10:14:45 PM zerohelix
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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.

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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, 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.
21st Sep '15 7:39:34 PM R1ck
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* Phil Hartman reportedly ad-libbed most of Jiji's lines in the English dub of ''Anime/KikisDeliveryService''. Mostly they wanted some sort of funny talking animal, but Miyazaki films aren't exactly known for those, so they let him go off at times when Jiji never said anything at all in the Japanese dub; it's not a total distraction, but it takes away from the quieter mood of the original du.

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* Phil Hartman reportedly ad-libbed most of Jiji's lines in the English dub of ''Anime/KikisDeliveryService''. Mostly they wanted some sort of funny talking animal, but Miyazaki films aren't exactly known for those, so they let him go off at times when Jiji never said anything at all in the Japanese dub; it's not a total distraction, but it takes away from the quieter mood of the original du.original.
30th May '15 6:50:29 PM ARandomFloran
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* In the movie ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'' in the beginning there is a part where Marianne the TomboyPrincess makes fun of all the boys that her sister Dawn the PrincessClassic likes. She makes funny expressions and waves her hands around, her voice actress Evan Rachel Wood made those expressions in the recording booth and the animators used them in the movie.
27th Apr '15 1:52:30 PM ZuTheSkunk
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* In ''{{WesternAnimation/Bolt}}'', Rhino's voice acting was done by an animator who was just supposed to do the scratch voice. He was so hilarious, however, that he was asked to do the actual voice for the movie. He was just as excited as his character.

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* In ''{{WesternAnimation/Bolt}}'', Rhino's voice acting was done by an animator who was just supposed to do the scratch voice. He was so hilarious, however, that he was asked to do the actual voice for the movie. He was just as excited as his character.
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