History Trivia / DisneyAnimatedCanon

22nd Mar '16 4:02:23 PM jameygamer
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** The fifth wasn't a single film but the large amount of commercial and/or critical disappointments that lasted for years after Jeffrey Katzenberg left. [[http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/05/business/media/at-disney-a-celebration-that-was-a-long-time-coming.html?hpw&rref=movies&_r=0 Once Pixar was officially integrated into Disney, there were once again talks of permanently shutting down the studios]]. Thankfully, Bob Iger, [[Creator/PixarRegulars John Lasseter, and Ed Catmull]] decided to work on reviving the studios instead of killing it. Years later, ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', ''Disney/WreckItRalph'', and ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' were released, showing that the studios was once again at the top of their game.

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** The fifth wasn't a single film but the large amount of commercial and/or critical disappointments that lasted for years after Jeffrey Katzenberg left. [[http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/05/business/media/at-disney-a-celebration-that-was-a-long-time-coming.html?hpw&rref=movies&_r=0 Once Pixar was officially integrated into Disney, there were once again talks of permanently shutting down the studios]]. Thankfully, Bob Iger, [[Creator/PixarRegulars John Lasseter, and Ed Catmull]] decided to work on reviving the studios instead of killing it. Years later, ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', ''Disney/WreckItRalph'', ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', ''Disney/BigHero6'', and ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' were released, showing that the studios was once again at the top of their game.
22nd Mar '16 4:01:25 PM jameygamer
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** The fourth was ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron'', which was such a huge [[BoxOfficeBomb financial misfire]] that it nearly took the studio down with it. Thankfully, the modest success of ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective'' managed to keep the studio afloat until ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' came in and started the Rennaissance.

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** The fourth was ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron'', which was such a huge [[BoxOfficeBomb financial misfire]] that it nearly took the studio down with it. it (it was still able to kill the Disney careers of directors Ted Berman and Creator/RichardRich and producer Joe Hale, plus it's one of the factors that forced Ron Miller to leave and allowed Jeffrey Katzenberg into Disney). Thankfully, the modest success of ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective'' managed to keep the studio afloat until ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' came in and started the Rennaissance.Renaissance.
25th Jan '16 8:19:05 PM DoctorCooper
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** [[invoked]] By definition, none of Disney's films fit the trope AllAnimationIsDisney, [[CaptainObvious but they are still the]] TropeNamers.

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** [[invoked]] By definition, none of Disney's films fit the trope AllAnimationIsDisney, [[CaptainObvious but they are still the]] the TropeNamers.
18th Jan '16 8:06:28 PM RisefromYourGrave
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** The fith wasn't a single film but the large amount of commercial and/or critical disappointments that lasted for years after Jeffrey Katzenberg left. [[http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/05/business/media/at-disney-a-celebration-that-was-a-long-time-coming.html?hpw&rref=movies&_r=0 Once Pixar was officially integrated into Disney, there were once again talks of permanently shutting down the studios]]. Thankfully, Bob Iger, [[Creator/PixarRegulars John Lasseter, and Ed Catmull]] decided to work on reviving the studios instead of killing it. Years later, ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', ''Disney/WreckItRalph'', and ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' were released, showing that the studios was once again at the top of their game.

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** The fith fifth wasn't a single film but the large amount of commercial and/or critical disappointments that lasted for years after Jeffrey Katzenberg left. [[http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/05/business/media/at-disney-a-celebration-that-was-a-long-time-coming.html?hpw&rref=movies&_r=0 Once Pixar was officially integrated into Disney, there were once again talks of permanently shutting down the studios]]. Thankfully, Bob Iger, [[Creator/PixarRegulars John Lasseter, and Ed Catmull]] decided to work on reviving the studios instead of killing it. Years later, ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', ''Disney/WreckItRalph'', and ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' were released, showing that the studios was once again at the top of their game.



* TransAtlanticEquivalent: The UK does not consider ''Dinosaur'' as part of the cannon. Instead, they include ''The Wild'' as part of the cannon, which the US does not.

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* TransAtlanticEquivalent: The UK does not consider ''Dinosaur'' as part of the cannon. canon. Instead, they include ''The Wild'' as part of the cannon, canon, which the US does not.
1st Nov '15 11:22:22 PM MontyPythonFanatic2
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** The Millenium Age of Disney:

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** The Millenium Millennium Age of Disney:
1st Nov '15 11:21:59 PM MontyPythonFanatic2
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**The Millenium Age of Disney:
*** John Lasseter, Peter Del Vecho, Roy Conli, Clark Spencer
*** Byron Howard, Don Hall, Jennifer Lee, Stephen J. Anderson, Chris Williams, Rich Moore, Nathan Greno
*** Creator/AlanTudyk, Henry Jackman, Robert Lopez & Kristen Anderson-Lopez.
18th Oct '15 2:02:17 AM jameygamer
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** [[Disney/SaludosAmigos The]] [[Disney/TheThreeCaballeros package]] [[Disney/MakeMineMusic movies]]. [[Disney/FunAndFancyFree All]] [[Disney/MelodyTime of]] [[Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad them]]. With the exception of the Caballeros films (which were released together on 1 DVD in 2008 with minimal advertising), the last home video release of these movies is 2000, as a part of the Gold Classic Collection VHS & DVD line, and Disney did not promote any of these releases, hence the movies are only known by animation enthusiasts and collectors nowadays. It's becoming rather odd since various characters from the package movies are represented at the Disney theme parks. [[note]]The infamous Mr. Toad ride in Disneyland is a good example, but coming across face characters of the Three Caballeros while visiting Disney is also not out of the question.[[/note]]

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** [[Disney/SaludosAmigos The]] [[Disney/TheThreeCaballeros package]] [[Disney/MakeMineMusic movies]]. [[Disney/FunAndFancyFree All]] [[Disney/MelodyTime of]] [[Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad them]]. With the exception of the Caballeros ''Caballeros'' films (which were released together on 1 DVD in 2008 with minimal advertising), the last home video release of these movies is 2000, as a part of the Gold ''Gold Classic Collection Collection'' VHS & DVD line, and Disney did not promote any of these releases, hence the movies are only known by animation enthusiasts and collectors nowadays. It's becoming rather odd since various characters from the package movies are represented at the Disney theme parks.parks and ''The Three Caballeros'' is actually an EnsembleDarkhorse in the canon. [[note]]The infamous Mr. Toad ride in Disneyland is a good example, but coming across face characters of the Three Caballeros ''Three Caballeros'' while visiting Disney World is also not out of the question.[[/note]]
7th Jul '15 12:35:56 AM jameygamer
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** [[Disney/SaludosAmigos The]] [[Disney/TheThreeCaballeros package]] [[Disney/MakeMineMusic movies]]. [[Disney/FunAndFancyFree All]] [[Disney/MelodyTime of]] [[Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad them]]. With the exception of the Caballeros films (which were released together on 1 DVD in 2008 with minimal advertising), the last home video release of these movies is 2000, as a part of the Gold Collection DVD line, and Disney did not promote any of these releases, hence the movies are only known by animation enthusiasts and collectors nowadays. It's becoming rather odd since various characters from the package movies are represented at the Disney theme parks. [[note]]The infamous Mr. Toad ride in Disneyland is a good example, but coming across face characters of the Three Caballeros while visiting Disney is also not out of the question.[[/note]]

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** [[Disney/SaludosAmigos The]] [[Disney/TheThreeCaballeros package]] [[Disney/MakeMineMusic movies]]. [[Disney/FunAndFancyFree All]] [[Disney/MelodyTime of]] [[Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad them]]. With the exception of the Caballeros films (which were released together on 1 DVD in 2008 with minimal advertising), the last home video release of these movies is 2000, as a part of the Gold Classic Collection VHS & DVD line, and Disney did not promote any of these releases, hence the movies are only known by animation enthusiasts and collectors nowadays. It's becoming rather odd since various characters from the package movies are represented at the Disney theme parks. [[note]]The infamous Mr. Toad ride in Disneyland is a good example, but coming across face characters of the Three Caballeros while visiting Disney is also not out of the question.[[/note]]
7th Jul '15 12:34:46 AM jameygamer
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** The fith wasn't a single film but the large amount of commercial and/or critical disappointments that lasted for years after Katzenberg left. [[http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/05/business/media/at-disney-a-celebration-that-was-a-long-time-coming.html?hpw&rref=movies&_r=0 Once Pixar was officially integrated into Disney, there were once again talks of permanently shutting down the studios]]. Thankfully, Bob Iger, [[Creator/PixarRegulars John Lasseter, and Ed Catmull]] decided to work on reviving the studios instead of killing it. Years later, ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', ''Disney/WreckItRalph'', and ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' were released, showing that the studios was once again at the top of their game.

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** The fith wasn't a single film but the large amount of commercial and/or critical disappointments that lasted for years after Jeffrey Katzenberg left. [[http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/05/business/media/at-disney-a-celebration-that-was-a-long-time-coming.html?hpw&rref=movies&_r=0 Once Pixar was officially integrated into Disney, there were once again talks of permanently shutting down the studios]]. Thankfully, Bob Iger, [[Creator/PixarRegulars John Lasseter, and Ed Catmull]] decided to work on reviving the studios instead of killing it. Years later, ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', ''Disney/WreckItRalph'', and ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' were released, showing that the studios was once again at the top of their game.
18th Jun '15 1:44:15 PM SirTiki
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** The third was after the death of Creator/WaltDisney in 1966. The other executives felt that theatrical animation was no longer viable, particularly since the studio had proven in the 1950s that it could make successful live action, television and theme park projects to carry the company (the short animated film division had already been shut down in 1962). There were plans to shut the division down after the completion of ''Disney/TheJungleBook'', but director Ken Anderson was able to convince the executives to keep it open a little longer, claiming that Walt had plans to make ''Disney/TheAristocats'', previously a live-action short film intended for television, into a full-length animated movie. Wanting to honor Walt they agreed, and luckily when ''The Jungle Book'' became a huge hit in 1967 it convinced them that there was a future for animated movies, leading them to green-light more.

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** The third was after the death of Creator/WaltDisney in 1966. The other executives felt that theatrical animation was no longer viable, particularly since the studio had proven in the 1950s that it could make successful live action, television and theme park projects to carry the company (the short animated film division had already been shut down in 1962). There were plans to shut close the division down after the completion of ''Disney/TheJungleBook'', but director Ken Anderson was able to convince the executives to keep it open a little longer, claiming that Walt had plans to make ''Disney/TheAristocats'', previously a live-action short film intended for television, into a full-length animated movie. Wanting to honor Walt they agreed, and luckily when ''The Jungle Book'' became a huge hit in 1967 it convinced them that there was a future for animated movies, leading them to green-light more.
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