History Trivia / Up

3rd Nov '16 7:21:40 AM fruitstripegum
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** The first draft was set against the background of a war between a sky kingdom and a terrestrial kingdom. The heroes were two brothers who fell to the ground and found a magic bird.
18th Oct '16 5:55:38 PM gjjones
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* InternationalCoProduction: The Latin American Spanish dub features mostly Mexican voice actors, but also includes voice actors from Argentina (Roberto Carnaghi as Muntz) and Peru (Gian Marco as Beta).

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* InternationalCoProduction: InternationalCoproduction: The Latin American Spanish dub features mostly Mexican voice actors, but also includes voice actors from Argentina (Roberto Carnaghi as Muntz) and Peru (Gian Marco as Beta).
18th Oct '16 5:47:11 PM Evighet
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* DubNameChange: In the Swedish dub, Russell's name is Oskar.

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* DubNameChange: In the Swedish dub, Russell's name is Oskar.Oskar and Kevin's name is Kenneth.
18th Sep '16 1:53:27 PM gjjones
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** The Norwegian actor of Carl also died shortly after dubbing the film. There's a lot of death going on in and out of the film, apparently.

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** The Norwegian actor of Carl (Helge Reiss) also died shortly after dubbing the film. There's a lot of death going on in and out of the film, apparently.
5th Sep '16 5:17:35 AM Prinzenick
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* {{Jossed}}: It was speculated by Disney fans that the name of Charles Muntz was a jab at producer Charles Mintz, who infamously screwed over Creator/WaltDisney when he was worked on the silent WesternAnimation/OswaldTheLuckyRabbit cartoons. This rumor was shot down by Pixar staff, who claim the similarity in names was a complete coincidence.

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* {{Jossed}}: It was speculated by Disney fans that the name of Charles Muntz was a jab at producer Charles Mintz, who infamously screwed over Creator/WaltDisney when he was worked working on the silent WesternAnimation/OswaldTheLuckyRabbit cartoons. This rumor was shot down by Pixar staff, who claim the similarity in names was a complete coincidence.
5th Sep '16 5:17:08 AM Prinzenick
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* {{Jossed}}: It was speculated by Disney fans that the name of Charles Muntz was a jab at producer Charles Mintz, who infamously screwed over Creator/WaltDisney when he was worked on the silent WesternAnimation/OswaldTheLuckyRabbit cartoons. This rumor was shot down by Pixar staff, who claim the similarity in names was a complete coincidence.
16th Aug '16 11:19:49 AM gjjones
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* InternationalCoProduction: The Latin American Spanish dub features mostly Mexican voice actors, but also includes an voice actors for Argentina (Roberto Carnaghi as Muntz) and Peru (Gian Marco as Beta).

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* InternationalCoProduction: The Latin American Spanish dub features mostly Mexican voice actors, but also includes an voice actors for from Argentina (Roberto Carnaghi as Muntz) and Peru (Gian Marco as Beta).
16th Aug '16 11:19:29 AM gjjones
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** For Latin American viewers, this movie could be hard to watch if you know that Carl's Mexican voice actor (Tito Resendiz) died a few months later after dubbing this movie to Spanish and 9 days before its release.

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** For Latin American viewers, this movie could be hard to watch if you know that Carl's Mexican voice actor (Tito Resendiz) Reséndiz) died a few months later after dubbing this movie to Spanish and 9 days before its release.


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* InternationalCoProduction: The Latin American Spanish dub features mostly Mexican voice actors, but also includes an voice actors for Argentina (Roberto Carnaghi as Muntz) and Peru (Gian Marco as Beta).
1st Aug '16 4:23:41 PM Fan
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** For Latin American viewers, this movie could be hard to watch if you know that Carl's Mexican voice actor (Tito Resendiz) died a few months later after dubbing this movie to Spanish.

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** For Latin American viewers, this movie could be hard to watch if you know that Carl's Mexican voice actor (Tito Resendiz) died a few months later after dubbing this movie to Spanish.Spanish and 9 days before its release.
7th Jun '16 3:08:58 PM twilicorn
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** Now the same can be said for the Brazilian viewers, with the death of comedy legend, Chico Anysio.

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** Now the same This can also be said for the Brazilian viewers, with the death of comedy legend, Chico Anysio.Anysio (the BZ actor for Carl).
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