History Trivia / ThePebbleAndThePenguin

6th Nov '17 5:15:37 PM PrincessGwen
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* VindicatedByCable: While this movie was overshadowed by ''WesternAnimation/{{A Goofy Movie}}'' and bankrupted Don Bluth Entertainment leaving Don Bluth no choice but to move to Fox, it quickly found it's audience on cable.

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* VindicatedByCable: While this movie was overshadowed by ''WesternAnimation/{{A Goofy Movie}}'' and bankrupted Don Bluth Entertainment leaving Don Bluth no choice but to move to Fox, it quickly found it's its audience on cable.
19th Oct '17 12:43:59 AM gjjones
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* CreatorKiller: At least for Creator/DonBluth's career as an independent filmmaker. The film's failure shut down his second home-grown studio and convinced him to take up the offer at Fox's new animation unit in Arizona, where he's residing for the rest of his life. His animation career as a whole wouldn't end until after ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE''.

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* CreatorKiller: At least for Creator/DonBluth's career as an independent filmmaker. The film's failure shut down his second home-grown studio in Ireland and convinced him to take up the offer at Fox's new animation unit in Arizona, where he's been residing for the rest of his life.ever since. His animation career as a whole wouldn't end until after ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE''.
19th Oct '17 12:42:21 AM gjjones
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* CreatorKiller: At least for Creator/DonBluth's career as an independent filmmaker. The film's failure shut down his second home-grown studio and convinced him to take up the offer at Fox's new animation unity in Arazona. His animation career as a whole wouldn't end until after ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE''.

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* CreatorKiller: At least for Creator/DonBluth's career as an independent filmmaker. The film's failure shut down his second home-grown studio and convinced him to take up the offer at Fox's new animation unity unit in Arazona.Arizona, where he's residing for the rest of his life. His animation career as a whole wouldn't end until after ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE''.
11th Sep '17 9:57:38 PM NWolfman
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* CreatorKiller: At least for Creator/DonBluth's career as an independent filmmaker (it was the final nail in the coffin of his homegrown animation studio that he abandoned prior to this movie's release). His animation career as a whole wouldn't end until ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', when Fox forced him into retirement (he also got supplanted as Creator/{{Disney}}'s top competitor by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Creator/StevenSpielberg's Creator/DreamWorks by this point). Now, many years later, Bluth and Goldman are having a resurgence with the IndieGoGo-funded ''VideoGame/DragonsLair'' film.

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* CreatorKiller: At least for Creator/DonBluth's career as an independent filmmaker (it was filmmaker. The film's failure shut down his second home-grown studio and convinced him to take up the final nail in the coffin of his homegrown offer at Fox's new animation studio that he abandoned prior to this movie's release). unity in Arazona. His animation career as a whole wouldn't end until ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', when Fox forced him into retirement (he also got supplanted as Creator/{{Disney}}'s top competitor by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Creator/StevenSpielberg's Creator/DreamWorks by this point). Now, many years later, Bluth and Goldman are having a resurgence with the IndieGoGo-funded ''VideoGame/DragonsLair'' film.after ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE''.
15th Aug '17 2:05:08 PM ClintEastwood
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* CreatorBacklash: Don Bluth has disowned this movie, primarily for its terrible animation. He actually got wholly fed up with the production towards the end of it and he and Gary Goldman outright ''abandoned'' it for Fox as it continued to crash and burn. In the November 2001 issue of "Toon Talk", he had this to say about it;

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* CreatorBacklash: Don Bluth Creator/DonBluth has disowned this movie, primarily for its terrible animation. He actually got wholly fed up with the production towards the end of it and he and Gary Goldman outright ''abandoned'' it for Fox as it continued to crash and burn. In the November 2001 issue of "Toon Talk", he had this to say about it;



* CreatorKiller: At least for Bluth's career as an independent filmmaker (it was the final nail in the coffin of his homegrown animation studio that he abandoned prior to this movie's release). His animation career as a whole wouldn't end until ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', when Fox forced him into retirement (Don Bluth also got supplanted as Creator/{{Disney}}'s top competitor by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Steven Spielberg's Creator/DreamWorks by this point). Now, many years later, Bluth and Goldman are having a resurgence with the IndieGoGo-funded ''Dragon's Lair'' film.

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* CreatorKiller: At least for Bluth's Creator/DonBluth's career as an independent filmmaker (it was the final nail in the coffin of his homegrown animation studio that he abandoned prior to this movie's release). His animation career as a whole wouldn't end until ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', when Fox forced him into retirement (Don Bluth (he also got supplanted as Creator/{{Disney}}'s top competitor by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Steven Spielberg's Creator/StevenSpielberg's Creator/DreamWorks by this point). Now, many years later, Bluth and Goldman are having a resurgence with the IndieGoGo-funded ''Dragon's Lair'' ''VideoGame/DragonsLair'' film.
15th Jul '17 10:59:28 AM UnwieldyPup
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* VindicatedByCable: While this movie was overshadowed by ''WesternAnimation/{{AGoofyMovie}}'' and bankrupted Don Bluth Entertainment leaving Don Bluth no choice but to move to Fox, it quickly found it's audience on cable.

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* VindicatedByCable: While this movie was overshadowed by ''WesternAnimation/{{AGoofyMovie}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{A Goofy Movie}}'' and bankrupted Don Bluth Entertainment leaving Don Bluth no choice but to move to Fox, it quickly found it's audience on cable.
5th Jul '17 8:57:51 PM UnwieldyPup
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* VindicatedByCable: While this movie was overshadowed by ''Western Animation/{{AGoofyMovie}}'' and bankrupted Don Bluth Entertainment leaving Don Bluth no choice but to move to Fox, it quickly found it's audience on cable.

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* VindicatedByCable: While this movie was overshadowed by ''Western Animation/{{AGoofyMovie}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{AGoofyMovie}}'' and bankrupted Don Bluth Entertainment leaving Don Bluth no choice but to move to Fox, it quickly found it's audience on cable.
5th Jul '17 5:02:37 PM UnwieldyPup
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* VindicatedByCable: While this movie was overshadowed by ''Western Animation/{{AGoofyMovie}}'' and bankrupted Don Bluth Entertainment leaving Don Bluth no choice but to move to Fox, it quickly found it's audience on cable.
22nd Apr '17 11:01:56 AM ooh
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* OldShame: Don Bluth has outright abandoned the film, having been dissatisfied with the final product before it was even finished.
13th Mar '17 5:45:10 AM dsneybuf
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* CutSong: Subverted with Marina's reprise of "Sometimes I Wonder"; Gary Goldman found while supervising the restoration for the 2007 DVD that it slowed down the pace, but he failed to convince Fox to let him remove it.

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* CutSong: Subverted with Marina's reprise of "Sometimes I Wonder"; Gary Goldman found while supervising the restoration for the 2007 DVD that it slowed down the pace, but he failed to convince Fox MGM to let him remove it.
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