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By: Narra Jackson

In "101 Dalmatians," there are over six million spots throughout the movie! This was the first film to use Xerox technology, where they transferred drawings onto the screen. Cruella de Vil has the same voice as the narrator for "Cinderella." Betty Lou Gerson voiced both characters.

"Bambi" was adapted from the book, "Bambi, A Life in the Woods," written by Australian author Felix Salten. Although "Bambi" is considered a classic today, it bombed at the box office due to being released during World War II. This film ranked third out of ten in American Classic Film Genres.

Fifty people worked on the technology of the scene in "Frozen" where Elsa builds her ice palace. One frame of the scene took 30 hours to render. It only takes Elsa about 36 seconds to construct the palace in the movie. The animators held a "Sister Summit" to understand what sister relationships are like.

"Cinderella" marked Disney's return to ambitious narrative features. This was both a creative and financial gamble for the studio, the first time in eight years it had made a dicey attempt. If "Cinderella" had failed, it would have bankrupted the Disney company. This film cost $3 million to make.

In order to get Robin Williams for the Genie, the animators created test sequences of the Genie performing some of William's stand-up routines. "Aladdin" marked the end for Disney voice actors needing to have magnificent singing voices to be cast.

Walt Disney's wife thought that "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" would completely bomb. In order to achieve the Magic Mirror's "hollow-sounding" voice, actor Moroni Olsen wore a frame covered with drum heads over his head.

The animators originally wanted The Beatles to be the voices for the Vultures in "The Jungle Book." The Sherman brothers wrote the Vultures’ song, “That’s What Friends Are For,” with The Beatles in mind. However, the Fab Four turned them down. John said, "I don't wanna do an animated film." "Yellow Submarine" was created three years after.

The Hans Christian Andersen story of "The Little Mermaid" doesn't have a big role for the sea-witch, Ursula. Her role was so small, in fact, that she didn't even have a name. To animate the shipwreck and Ursula's emergence from the sea, they studied the scenes of "Pinocchio" and Monstro.

The Mad Hatter in the story of "Alice in Wonderland" would have never existed if it weren't for the persistence of children. The story was first made into a live movie in 1903, before the animated version began production. Carroll almost called it, "Alice's Hour in Elfland."

In "Sleeping Beauty," when the fairies are discussing how to help the king and queen early on in the film, Merryweather is making cookies in the shape of Mickey Mouse heads. "Sleeping Beauty" is a classic now, but early in its release critics said it lacked character development and moved too slow.

Dumbo originally had a different sidekick. In the original book, Timothy Q. Mouse didn't exist; Dumbo's sidekick was a Red Robin. By the end of the book version, Dumbo and Red had signed a film contract and were headed to Hollywood. Dumbo almost landed on the cover of "Time" magazine.

The beast in "Beauty and the Beast" is a mashup of a bunch of different animals. He’s got the mane of a lion, the beard and head of a buffalo, the brow of a gorilla, the eyes of a human, the tusks of a wild boar, the body of a bear, and the legs and tail of a wolf.

Frollo's original job was changed in "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," to avoid offending religious groups. In the original story, Frollo is Notre Dame's Archdeacon, but Disney worried that an evil priest wouldn't sit well with Christian organizations. Some of the scenes were enhanced with computer-generated townspeople. The song "Hellfire" was modeled after an Italian opera song.

"The Lion King" was originally titled, "The King of the Jungle," but Disney renamed it when they realized that Lion's don't live in the Jungle. Disney originally wanted Sean Connery to be the voice of Mufasa and wanted the voices of the hyenas to be Cheech and Chong.

It took five years to finish the film, "Pocahontas." Pocahontas herself required 55 animators. There was a rivalry between the animators of "Pocahontas" and "The Lion King." "The Lion King" won, going on to amass $987 million worldwide. The film was released right around Pocahontas' real birthday. It is thought that she was born on June 23, 1595, making her 400 at the time of the film's distribution.

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