History Trivia / OliverAndCompany

10th Mar '17 8:13:21 AM Pichu-kun
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Far more than most of Disney's animated films. The film is undeniably set in the 1980s and obviously made in the 1980s. As mentioned on the main page, this could be a reason why Disney didn't have a home rerelease until the late 90s.

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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Far more than most of Disney's animated films.films (which are either timeless or set in the far past). The film is undeniably set in the 1980s and obviously made in the 1980s. The clothing, hairstyles, and general environment drives in the era the film is from. As mentioned on the main page, this could be a reason why Disney didn't have a home rerelease until the late 90s.
10th Mar '17 8:09:20 AM Pichu-kun
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Far more than most of Disney's animated films. The film is undeniably set in the 1980s and obviously made in the 1980s. As mentioned on the main page, this could be a reason why Disney didn't have a home rerelease until the late 90s.



** Originally this movie was going to be a pseudo-sequel/spinoff of ''Disney/TheRescuers'' that followed Penny after she was adopted. You can still see some traces of it. (namely the main character's name being changed to "Jenny").

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** Originally this movie was going to be a pseudo-sequel/spinoff of ''Disney/TheRescuers'' that followed Penny after she was adopted. You can still see some traces of it. (namely (Namely the main character's name being changed to "Jenny").
6th Feb '17 1:51:57 PM creader
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28th Jan '17 10:16:40 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Originally this movie was going to be a pseudo-sequel/spinoff of ''Disney/TheRescuers'' that followed Penny after she was adopted. You can still see some traces of it. (namely the main character's name being changed to "Jenny").

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Originally this movie was going to be a pseudo-sequel/spinoff of ''Disney/TheRescuers'' that followed Penny after she was adopted. You can still see some traces of it. (namely the main character's name being changed to "Jenny")."Jenny").
** Creator/MarlonBrando was offered the role of Sykes by Michael Eisner himself. Brando, however, turned it down, fearing the movie would bomb.
** Creator/SteveMartin and Creator/BurtReynolds were both considered for Dodger.
** Creator/PatrickStewart was considered to voice Francis, but he was busy with ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''.
** Music/WhitneyHouston was considered for Rita.
27th Jan '17 5:25:07 PM Mikeyfan93
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* ''Oliver & Company'' is the final film in the DisneyAnimatedCanon to go on to the Disney Vault after leaving theaters in 1989. The critical and financial success of ''The Little Mermaid'' the next year convinced Disney to immediately release that film on video in the Walt Disney Classics line and started the continuing trend of releasing canon films on video after theaters like most other movies. ''Oliver'' didn't return until the 1995 reissue on Disney's seven-year plan, and THEN it was released on video itself, in the Masterpiece Collection.
* This also is the first film in the canon to have sound/music from the film's soundtrack appear over the Walt Disney Pictures VanityPlate in place of the "When You Wish Upon a Star" excerpt, The next one to do this, ''Disney/TheLionKing'' (which also has Cheech Marin), would not come until 1994.

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* ''Oliver & Company'' is the final film in the DisneyAnimatedCanon to go on to the Disney Vault after leaving theaters in 1989. The critical and financial success of ''The Little Mermaid'' the next year convinced Disney to immediately release that film on video in the Walt Disney Classics line and started the continuing trend of releasing canon films on video after theaters like most other movies. ''Oliver'' didn't return until the 1995 reissue on Disney's seven-year plan, and THEN it was released on video itself, in the Masterpiece Collection.
* This also is the first film in the canon to have sound/music from the film's soundtrack appear over the Walt Disney Pictures VanityPlate in place of the "When You Wish Upon a Star" excerpt, The next one to do this, ''Disney/TheLionKing'' (which also has Cheech Marin), would not come until 1994.
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10th Dec '16 7:27:10 PM creader
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10th Dec '16 7:24:51 PM creader
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