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« Reply #25 on: January 26, 2004, 05:35:24 am »
Ice Age was published by Fox I think but it wasn't developed by Pixar. I don't think so anyway
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« Reply #26 on: January 26, 2004, 07:21:13 am »
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There is also an animated movie based on the book Watership Down which came out in the 70s. It's pretty good I think, better than the book which I didn't like, but maybe that's cause the movie was shorter  ':p'

It's a pretty good adaptation of the book, I think, although from my own point of view the film is pretty good, but the book is unbelievably brilliant. As we're talking about films in this thread, though, I'll stick to that, and with a couple of exceptions, I think it makes a very good job of adapting what you might think was an unfilmable story. Might just be that my pheno has an effect on my obsession with WD, though... '<img'>




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« Reply #27 on: March 26, 2004, 11:05:09 am »
What about Spirit? He doesnt talk but he has human qualities about him. thats my Fave movie. I can Identify with all his little tail flicks or ear movements. I LOVE HIM!!
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« Reply #28 on: April 12, 2004, 07:35:43 pm »
My favorite fur-flick of all time-

Rock & Rule



A very obscure film made in the late seventies-early eighties.  It's filled to the brim with all sorts of cat-characters, mice characters, rats, and others I can't really determine (and at least one Canadian moose!'<img'> You can check it out and how to order a copy at this website.

My personal connection to this film goes very deep.  I was part of a summer animation class while in high school and visited Nelvana Studios when this film was in production.  It was being put together by the same group of animators who worked on the "Oh So Beautiful, Yet So Dangerous" segment of the animated feature film Heavy Metal.

Later on, four of the people who worked on that film later became instructors who taught me how to make classicly animated films.  Three of them were Brian Lemay, Wayne Gilbert, and Charlie Bonafacio.  You can find these men's names in the credits of several major animated film for Disney and Don Bluth.

Unfortunately Rock & Rule became an orphaned film and was never released theatrically.  My videocopy was taped when it was aired on CBC television.  I also notice it gets played a couple of times a year latenight on Bravo.

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« Reply #29 on: April 21, 2004, 01:09:57 am »
Ooo! Ooo! *waves wings madly* Let us not forget about  'Cat's Don't Dance.' I was exposed to it whilst perusing the stands for 'entertain the little sister during a fun filled night of baby-sitting' one night. Being a theatre person (and by extension, performance) the concept thrilled me.

Sawyer is in my top ten list of totally smexy characters. XD

((Smexy in my little warped mind means: 'That which, while it is not actually physically arousing, is cute to the point that if I WAS an insert gender here___ I would be horribly smitten.''<img'>)

EDIT: I also forgot 'An American Tale.' The first one. My grandma and I used to watch it together and she thought it was neat because SHE was an immigrant and it was a way that as a little kid I could sort of come to understand.

Also- I don't suppose anyone else has seen 'The American Rabbit?' I had it as a child and adored it, but it was on Betamax so I rather don't have a copy anymore. That, and 'The White Seal' and to some degree 'Riki-Tiki Tavi.'

And 'The Phantom Toll Booth.' Tok Rawks my Socks.

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« Reply #30 on: May 30, 2005, 03:52:57 pm »
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« Reply #31 on: May 30, 2005, 06:14:01 pm »
I remember American Rabbit.They used to run it on Disney all the time.

Anyway here are my picks

All Dogs Go To Heaven
Balto
Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw
Care Bears Movie
Care Bears Movie II a new generation
Snoopy Come Home
Bingo
Robin Hood
Oliver and Company
101 Dalmations

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« Reply #32 on: June 09, 2005, 05:36:01 am »
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LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLIVE TOPIC, I ORDER YOU TO LIVE!!!!!!!!


Funny.  

I love Robin Hood, who doesn't?  Best 'love scene' and least cheesy love song from all Disney flicks in my opinion, 'cept for maybe the Lion King.  The Great Mouse Detective is awesome as well.  Brilliant voice work throughout (mainly because I'm obsessed with British people) and very memorable main characters.  Oh and Secret of NIMH, of course...

I also love nearly all of Miyazaki's films (Spirited Away, Kiki's Delivery Service, etc).  None of them are overtly furry, but the way he treats the non-human characters is simply amazing.  Watch Kiki's Delivery Service and Nausicaa & The Valley of the Wind to see some amazingly detailed, expressive and respected animals.  Also, I heard he did a lesser known Japanese animie where people turn into raccoon-type warriors to save a village or something.  If anyone has any info on that, it sounds like it would be awesome.

Oh and I almost forgot Milo and Otis.  Good film, but at times it becomes so cute you just want to bash the hell out of it before it spreads.  But other than that it's pretty good.





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« Reply #33 on: June 10, 2005, 03:22:51 pm »
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And 'The Phantom Toll Booth.' Tok Rawks my Socks.

*gags herself and drags herself out of the thread*

LOL, when I was little I went as Tok for Halloween! No body knew who I was, but they got the watch dog joke!

I'm gonna say, Warriors of Virtue. One of my favorite furry movies, it's about this boy who accidently travels to the land of tao, and fights alongside five anthro kangaroo warriors who all have elemental powers. It's awsome!!! '<img'>  '<img'>



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« Reply #34 on: June 10, 2005, 06:39:14 pm »
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LOL, when I was little I went as Tok for Halloween! No body knew who I was, but they got the watch dog joke!

Okay, Banjo, that's just absolutely awesome. '<img'> Do you have pics, by any chance?

I think the closest I ever got to furry on Halloween was back in 1990, when I went as an anthro pumpkin.

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« Reply #35 on: June 11, 2005, 02:54:02 am »
One movie I can give a "curious to watch" reccommendation, is a furry version of Tom Sawyer.

I am watching it right now.

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« Reply #36 on: June 11, 2005, 03:26:16 am »
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And 'The Phantom Toll Booth.' Tok Rawks my Socks.

*gags herself and drags herself out of the thread*

LOL, when I was little I went as Tok for Halloween! No body knew who I was, but they got the watch dog joke!

I'm gonna say, Warriors of Virtue. One of my favorite furry movies, it's about this boy who accidently travels to the land of tao, and fights alongside five anthro kangaroo warriors who all have elemental powers. It's awsome!!! '<img'>  '<img'>



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Christ!!! I remember that movie!!!! AGES ago when I was a wee lad...I used to have those toys!

whoa.....memories

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« Reply #37 on: June 11, 2005, 07:25:33 am »
*Gasp!* You had the toys, Murphy? I always wanted those! They were so awesome!

Arbutus, I do have pictures... somehwere... I'll dig them out and post them for you! Heck I've got the costume in my basement, I was just looking at it yesterday... If only I was three feet shorter... I *might* still be able to wear it! '<img'>

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