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* CreatorBacklash: Whether or not he liked the Looney Tunes adaptation is unknown, but Creator/DrSeuss was severely ticked off for only being paid ''$50'' for the rights!

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* CreatorBacklash: Whether or not he liked the Looney Tunes ''Franchise/LooneyTunes'' adaptation is unknown, but Creator/DrSeuss was severely ticked off for only being paid ''$50'' for the rights!



** Plans for a film adaptation to be a sequel to WesternAnimation/HortonHearsAWho was made but due to unknown reasons, the idea was scrapped before the previous film premiered.

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** Plans for a film adaptation to be a sequel to WesternAnimation/HortonHearsAWho ''WesternAnimation/HortonHearsAWho'' was made but due to unknown reasons, the idea was scrapped before the previous film premiered.


* CreatorBacklash: Whether or not he liked the film is unknown, but Creator/DrSeuss was severely ticked off for only being paid ''$50'' for the rights!

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* CreatorBacklash: Whether or not he liked the film Looney Tunes adaptation is unknown, but Creator/DrSeuss was severely ticked off for only being paid ''$50'' for the rights!


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In Seuss's original draft, Horton and Mayzie's attitudes about the agreement were a complete reversal of how they ended up in the final draft; instead of a reluctant Horton being pressured by a shiftless Mayzie to watch her egg, Horton ''volunteered'' for the task and ''Mayzie'' was reluctant.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In Seuss's original draft, Horton and Mayzie's attitudes about the agreement were a complete reversal of how they ended up in the final draft; instead of a reluctant Horton being pressured by a shiftless Mayzie to watch her egg, Horton ''volunteered'' for the task and ''Mayzie'' was reluctant.reluctant.
** Plans for a film adaptation to be a sequel to WesternAnimation/HortonHearsAWho was made but due to unknown reasons, the idea was scrapped before the previous film premiered.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In Seuss's original draft, Horton and MAyzie's attitudes about the agreement were a complete reversal of how they ended up in the final draft; instead of a reluctant Horton being pressured by a shiftless Mayzie to watch her egg, Horton ''volunteered'' for the task and ''Mayzie'' was reluctant.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In Seuss's original draft, Horton and MAyzie's Mayzie's attitudes about the agreement were a complete reversal of how they ended up in the final draft; instead of a reluctant Horton being pressured by a shiftless Mayzie to watch her egg, Horton ''volunteered'' for the task and ''Mayzie'' was reluctant.


* CreatorBacklash: Whether or not he liked the film is unknown, but Creator/DrSeuss was severely ticked off for only being paid ''$50'' for the rights!

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* CreatorBacklash: Whether or not he liked the film is unknown, but Creator/DrSeuss was severely ticked off for only being paid ''$50'' for the rights!rights!
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In Seuss's original draft, Horton and MAyzie's attitudes about the agreement were a complete reversal of how they ended up in the final draft; instead of a reluctant Horton being pressured by a shiftless Mayzie to watch her egg, Horton ''volunteered'' for the task and ''Mayzie'' was reluctant.


* CreatorBacklash: Whether or not he liked the film is unknown, but DrSeuss was severely ticked off for only being paid ''$50'' for the rights!

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* CreatorBacklash: Whether or not he liked the film is unknown, but DrSeuss Creator/DrSeuss was severely ticked off for only being paid ''$50'' for the rights!


* AccidentallyAccurate: Elephant birds [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elephant_bird were real]], though they looked nothing like the one in the book.

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* AccidentallyAccurate: AccidentallyCorrectWriting: Elephant birds [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elephant_bird were real]], though they looked nothing like the one in the book.

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* AccidentallyAccurate: Elephant birds [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elephant_bird were real]], though they looked nothing like the one in the book.


CreatorBacklash: Whether or not he liked the film is unknown, but DrSeuss was severely ticked off for only being paid ''$50'' for the rights!

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* CreatorBacklash: Whether or not he liked the film is unknown, but DrSeuss was severely ticked off for only being paid ''$50'' for the rights!

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CreatorBacklash: Whether or not he liked the film is unknown, but DrSeuss was severely ticked off for only being paid ''$50'' for the rights!

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