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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by meepmuppaphones, Aug 14, 2012.
Is this past Muppet movie allowed to count as my fave?
Of course it is!
Do Muppet Christmas Carol and Muppet Treasure Island count as Disney movies as well in some way?
I didn't have an opinion either way about the movie... those are facts. Happily Ever After caused Filmation to go bankrupt, as it was a troubled production. If their output was going to be as good as Bravestarr was, that's actually a shame. Still, I've seen clips of it and found it mildly interesting. it's a shame they just didn't do original films then. They shoulda got Bill Cosby back and did a Fat Albert movie. That would have been EPIC!
On the subject of Filmation, it's a shame that there's some weird rights glitch stopping them from ever releasing "Mighty Mouse: The Great Space Chase" on DVD (yet constantly removing it from Youtube when it does pop up). That was actually quite good.
Eh...it's questionable...ask some users and they'll tell you that because Disney had been somewhat affiliated with their creation, it is, yet at the same time, it wasn't specifically a Disney made movie. Though now Disney does own the movies...but then again...
Does Disney also now own The Muppet Movie and Great Muppet Caper? (I know Columbia owns Muppets Take Manhattan and Muppets From Space, as well as Kermit's Swamp Years.)
Actually, Disney owns every single Muppet movie...I believe that you are getting owning rights in general confused with owning the rights to release the movie on video.
Oh ok! Then again the Black Cauldon almost bankrupted Disney, but it was a good movie.
Yeah The Black Cauldron doesn't deserve anywhere near the amount of hate it gets.
I really should get around to seeing that sometime. It's like the lost Disney film or something, lol.
I've only seen it once. I rented it the first time it was released on video sometime in the 90s. If I'm remembering correctly it's actually pretty good.
My favorites include The Three Caballeros, Wreck-It Ralph (I've seen that movie recently and it was outstanding), Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Lilo & Stitch, and the Pixar movies.
Didn't they have a string of bad live action movies that time that also almost bankrupted them? And they just blamed the whole Black Cauldron thing on Don Bluth? Yeah, I gotta see that some time.
Oh Disney made several flops!
I like Disney movies, but not as much as Muppet movies, but I do have some favorites:
101 Dalmatians-Animated version
The Toy Story films
The Rescuers Down Under
Lady and the Tramp
The Jungle Book
The Three Caballeros
Pinocchio, Snow White, Enchanted, and Tangled.
I'll go with Mulan,Frozen,Snow White,tangled,the little mermaid,Aladdin,Pocahontas,Cinderella and the lion king
Lol you love your princesses.
Thank you You're so kind!!
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