History Trivia / TreasurePlanet

8th Dec '17 5:23:29 PM ClintEastwood
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* SerendipityWritesThePlot: They mention in the {{DVD Commentary}} that they decided to kill off the pirates that were hardest to animate as early as possible.
* StillbornFranchise: A sequel was put into production before it was released but was cancelled when the film underperformed.

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* SerendipityWritesThePlot: They mention in the {{DVD Commentary}} DVDCommentary that they decided to kill off the pirates that were hardest to animate as early as possible.
* StillbornFranchise: A sequel was put into production before it was released planned with Creator/WillemDafoe set to voice the villainous Ironbread, but it was cancelled when the film underperformed.



** Creator/AlanSilvestri was attached to score the film but pulled out to do ''Lilo & Stitch'' instead.

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** Creator/AlanSilvestri was attached to score the film but pulled out to do ''Lilo & Stitch'' ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'' instead.



* WordOfSaintPaul: [[http://steamcommunity.com/app/331970/discussions/0/618463738403378311/ In a Steam forum thread]] on the ''Battle at Procyon'' game, one of the game's developers stated that while the RLS prefix was chosen for Robert Louis Stevenson, the game's development team came up with the idea that it stood for Royal Light Ship.

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* WordOfSaintPaul: [[http://steamcommunity.com/app/331970/discussions/0/618463738403378311/ In a Steam forum thread]] on the ''Battle at Procyon'' game, one of the game's developers stated that while the RLS prefix was chosen for Robert Louis Stevenson, Creator/RobertLouisStevenson, the game's development team came up with the idea that it stood for Royal Light Ship.Ship.
* WorkingTitle: ''Treasure Island in Space''.
26th Nov '17 7:23:51 AM fearlessnikki
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* RealitySubtext: Emma Thompson was pregnant during many of the recording sessions. [[spoiler: Amelia has babies at the end of the film, although according to WordOfGod, ''she'' didn't give birth to them]].



* ThrowItIn: The conversation between Jim and Silver trying to coax Morph into giving them the map was improvised.



** Captain Amelia was originally going to be a Medusa before being changed to a CatGirl because her hair was too hard to animate.

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** Captain Amelia was originally going to be a Medusa before being changed to a CatGirl because her hair was too hard to animate. She was also going to have black hair, but ended up having red instead.
11th Nov '17 3:50:46 AM dvorak
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** Captain Smolett was originally going to be a Medusa before being changed to a CatGirl because her hair was too hard to animate.

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** Captain Smolett Amelia was originally going to be a Medusa before being changed to a CatGirl because her hair was too hard to animate.
11th Nov '17 3:45:38 AM dvorak
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** Captain Smolett was originally going to be a Medusa before being changed to a CatGirl because her hair was too hard to animate.
14th Jul '17 12:23:42 AM creader
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* CastingGag: In the Japanese dub, Silver is voiced by Genzo Wakayama, who voiced ''another John Silver'' in the animated version created by Creator/TMSEntertainment of the original story in the 70s.

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In the Japanese dub, Silver is voiced by Genzo Wakayama, who voiced ''another John Silver'' in the animated version created by Creator/TMSEntertainment of the original story in the 70s.



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* OddballInTheSeries: An age-of-sail adventure given a ScienceFantasy paintjob by a studio famous for [[{{Disneyfication}} lighter-and-softer fairy tales.]]
** It's tie-in video game is a naval combat RTS that continues the story instead of an AdventureGame that rehashes it.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Creator/AlanSilvestri was attached to score the film but pulled out to do ''Lilo & Stitch'' instead.

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Creator/AlanSilvestri was attached to score the film but pulled out to do ''Lilo & Stitch'' instead.
21st Jun '17 5:37:55 AM Rotide
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** SkyFace
10th Apr '17 5:32:47 PM UnwieldyPup
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* AcclaimedFlop: Has a respectable 68% on Website/RottenTomatoes but didn't make back its $140 million budget.

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* AcclaimedFlop: Has a respectable 68% 69% on Website/RottenTomatoes but didn't make back its $140 million budget.


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* StillbornFranchise: A sequel was put into production before it was released but was cancelled when the film underperformed.
17th Mar '17 12:08:20 AM NWolfman
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* ExecutiveMeddling: The film was conceived as far back as 1985's ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron'' and was was first pitched by Musker and Clements in the same meeting as ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''. Jeffery Katzenberg ruled in favor of ''Mermaid'' and again on separate occasions, in the end promising to give it the green light if ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' was successful. Then when it was finally produced, it was given a TotallyRadical [[NeverTrustATrailer marketing campaign]] that completely turned off audiences, ensuring that it would never be seen.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: The film was conceived as far back as 1985's ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron'' and was was first pitched by Musker and Clements in the same meeting as ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''. Jeffery Katzenberg ruled in favor of ''Mermaid'' and again on two separate occasions, in the end promising to give it the green light if ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' was successful. Then when it was finally produced, it was given a TotallyRadical [[NeverTrustATrailer marketing campaign]] that completely turned off audiences, ensuring that it would never be seen.
17th Mar '17 12:07:50 AM NWolfman
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* ExecutiveMeddling: This movie was conceived back when ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' was... but the executives didn't allow Musker and Clements to make it until much, much later, and when it was made, the [[NeverTrustATrailer marketing campaign]] ensured not enough persons saw it by playing up the TotallyRadical aspects of it to the point of being obnoxious. It goes back even further than that; it was conceived as far back as 1985's ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron''.
* GenreKiller: ''Treasure Planet'' was one of a series of 2D animated bombs in the early 2000's that convinced Disney and rival [=DreamWorks=] Animation to drop the 2D film altogether. While DWA never did another traditionally animated film after 2003, Disney eventually returned to the pool with Musker and Clements' next movie, ''The Princess and the Frog''. Unfortunately, that and ''[[Disney/WinnieThePooh Winnie the Pooh]]'' did not help enough to revive theatrical 2D animation.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: This movie The film was conceived as far back when ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' was... but the executives didn't allow as 1985's ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron'' and was was first pitched by Musker and Clements to make it until much, much later, in the same meeting as ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''. Jeffery Katzenberg ruled in favor of ''Mermaid'' and again on separate occasions, in the end promising to give it the green light if ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' was successful. Then when it was made, the finally produced, it was given a TotallyRadical [[NeverTrustATrailer marketing campaign]] ensured not enough persons saw that completely turned off audiences, ensuring that it by playing up the TotallyRadical aspects of it to the point of being obnoxious. It goes back even further than that; it was conceived as far back as 1985's ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron''.
would never be seen.
* GenreKiller: ''Treasure Planet'' was one of a series of 2D animated bombs The film's massive failure against several successful [[WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}} computer]] [[WesternAnimation/IceAge animated]] [[WesternAnimation/MonstersInc films]] proved to be the final nail in the early 2000's that convinced Disney coffin for hand-drawn animation at Disney. They and their rival [=DreamWorks=] Animation to drop dropped the 2D film altogether. While DWA never did another traditionally animated film after 2003, Disney eventually returned medium a couple years later and Disney's [[Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog two]] [[Disney/WinnieThePooh efforts]] to bring it back at the pool with Musker and Clements' next movie, ''The Princess and end of the Frog''. Unfortunately, that and ''[[Disney/WinnieThePooh Winnie the Pooh]]'' did not help enough to revive theatrical 2D animation.decade proved similarly unsuccessful.
9th Mar '17 4:05:36 AM dvorak
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* OddballInTheSeries: An age-of-sail adventure given a ScienceFantasy paintjob by a studio famous for butchered fairy tales.

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* OddballInTheSeries: An age-of-sail adventure given a ScienceFantasy paintjob by a studio famous for butchered [[{{Disneyfication}} lighter-and-softer fairy tales.]]
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