History Trivia / TheBlackCauldron

8th Jan '16 12:10:18 AM Mikeyfan93
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** It was very nearly the death of ''Disney itself''! Thankfully, its spectacular and humiliating failure, as well as the growing amount of competition, convinced them to finally get their act together and make better movies.
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** It was very nearly the death of ''Disney itself''! itself''. Thankfully, its spectacular and humiliating failure, as well as the growing amount of competition, convinced them to finally get their act together and make better movies.

** It flopped so massively that Disney almost shut down their entire animation department over it.
31st Dec '15 10:43:31 PM jameygamer
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* StillbornFranchise: Disney actually had the rights to the entire book series. When the movie imploded, plans for any sequels were sunk.
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* StillbornFranchise: Disney actually had the rights to the entire book series. When the movie imploded, plans for any sequels and any more adaptations of the books by Hollywood were sunk.
31st Dec '15 10:42:52 PM jameygamer
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* StillbornFranchise: Disney actually had the rights to the entire book series. When the movie imploded, plans for any sequels were sunk.
19th Dec '15 10:11:58 PM nombretomado
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** How did the Japanese dub make him sound scarier? Give him ShozoIizuka's voice!
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** How did the Japanese dub make him sound scarier? Give him ShozoIizuka's Creator/ShozoIizuka's voice!
3rd Dec '15 4:42:58 PM nombretomado
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** Finally appeared without alterations in Land of Illusion on the GameGear and MasterSystem in 1993, although this time colored from older concept art and given the name of "The Phantom." And this was the only time that he appeared in North America and Europe in a Japanese produced game.
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** Finally appeared without alterations in Land of Illusion on the GameGear UsefulNotes/GameGear and MasterSystem UsefulNotes/SegaMasterSystem in 1993, although this time colored from older concept art and given the name of "The Phantom." And this was the only time that he appeared in North America and Europe in a Japanese produced game.
10th Nov '15 3:14:12 PM jameygamer
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** It is the very first movie to have the Walt Disney Pictures logo replace the Buena Vista logo; all movies from here on out will open with said logo.
10th Nov '15 3:12:48 PM jameygamer
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*** Katzenberg originally only wanted ten minutes cut, but the filmmakers only cut six minutes, feeling any more would hurt the story. It turned out that he meant ''[[NotHyperbole literally]]'' [[NotHyperbole ten minutes]] and, when he discovered that they hadn't met his specific demands, proceeded to personally edit out ''even more'' than he originally requested until company chief Michael Eisner forced him to back off.
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*** Katzenberg originally only wanted ten minutes cut, but the filmmakers only cut six minutes, feeling any more would hurt the story. It turned out that he meant ''[[NotHyperbole literally]]'' [[NotHyperbole ten minutes]] and, when he discovered that they hadn't met his specific demands, proceeded to personally edit out ''even more'' than he originally requested until company chief Michael Eisner forced him to back off.off when word of this got to him.

** Overlaps with NoExportForYou: "The Black Cauldron" has never been released or dubbed in Hungary, Turkey, Israel, or Thailand (though that may also be for content reasons, as those countries do treat animated pieces like children's fare).
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** Overlaps with NoExportForYou: "The ''The Black Cauldron" Cauldron'' has never been released or dubbed in Hungary, Turkey, Israel, or Thailand (though that may also be for content reasons, as those countries do treat animated pieces like children's fare).
10th Nov '15 3:11:30 PM jameygamer
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*** Katzenberg originally only wanted ten minutes cut, but the filmmakers only cut six minutes, feeling any more would hurt the story. It turned out that he meant ''[[NotHyperbole literally]]'' [[NotHyperbole ten minutes]] and, when he discovered that they hadn't met his specific demands, proceeded to personally edit out ''even more'' than he originally requested.
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*** Katzenberg originally only wanted ten minutes cut, but the filmmakers only cut six minutes, feeling any more would hurt the story. It turned out that he meant ''[[NotHyperbole literally]]'' [[NotHyperbole ten minutes]] and, when he discovered that they hadn't met his specific demands, proceeded to personally edit out ''even more'' than he originally requested.requested until company chief Michael Eisner forced him to back off.

** And, of corse, it was nearly this for the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon.
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** And, of corse, course, it was nearly this for the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon.
4th Nov '15 3:53:24 PM jameygamer
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** It was because of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' that this wasn't given a video release sooner -- according to the [=IMDb=], Disney was all set to release it when the latter film became a smash hit and they were pressured to get it on video ASAP (which they did that May, and under their special ''Walt Disney Classics'' label, a first for the studio). Because this movie was both atypical and unpopular, it wasn't released to video in North America until 1998 as one of the last installments in the ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection''.
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** It was because of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' that this wasn't given a video release sooner -- according to the [=IMDb=], Disney was all set to release it when the latter film became a smash hit and they were pressured to get it on [[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo video ASAP ASAP]] (which they did that May, and under their special ''Walt Disney Classics'' label, a first for the studio). Because this movie was both atypical and unpopular, it wasn't released to video in North America until 1998 as one of the last installments in the ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection''.
16th Oct '15 11:48:19 AM Pichu-kun
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** And, of corse, it was nearly this for the DisneyAnimatedCanon.
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** And, of corse, it was nearly this for the DisneyAnimatedCanon.Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon.
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