Disney templates fail!

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+32 1. nooitaf (admin) commented 11 years ago

lazy bastards! :(|)
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-14 2. Aliquantulus commented 11 years ago

Does anyone dare calling this one fake? :P
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+5 3. 95731 commented 11 years ago

wow..... i would of never noticed......
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+15 4. zf1 commented 11 years ago

work smarter not harder :D
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+18 5. JerryD commented 11 years ago

Fail!? Fake!? Hey!!!! This proves that Disney invented the concept of recycling long before any1 else... hmm? How to recycle Disneyworld ... wonder... hmm?? :D
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+8 6. caives commented 11 years ago

thats pretty sneak :D
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0 7. patriotaus commented 11 years ago

haha i really enjoyed this. oh and 95731, do you have a problem with parkinson's? you seem to always press that 'post comment' button twice
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+5 8. Xionbox (moderator) commented 11 years ago

nooitaf: Disney isn't that lazy... i mean, they actually did have to redraw the whole thing anyways. It's not like in today's cartoon where you can do "select dude_number_1; change t-shirt-color to green" etc. ;)
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+6 9. mafiaBH commented 11 years ago

talkabout STORYBOARDS recycle
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+3 10. Masutakusu commented 11 years ago

They could have done all that as an easter egg. I mean, at the beginning of Hunchback of Notre Dame, you can see several Disney characters.
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0 11. ezeliel commented 11 years ago

LOL Brilliant!!!
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0 12. Siruss commented 11 years ago

YET a another but more disturbing reason Corporate Disney why sucks!!

Lazy Aholes. :S :S :S
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+1 13. BombDiggady commented 11 years ago

Disney might have used rotoscoping to draw these scenes and, perhaps by accident (perhaps not), they used the exact same videos for rotoscoping some scenes as the other movies also did.

Rotoscoping is the process of using a real-life film for tracing and drawing over to create life-like motion in animation.
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+2 14. AL7AIR commented 11 years ago

Check Wikipedia, the most reliable source on the net >:), Robin Hood went into production on a very small and tight budget, so they went with tracing older films to save money and bring the film to cinemas.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robin_Hood_(1973_film)
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0 15. Xer commented 11 years ago

Omg...i didn't notice this...ahahahahah :D
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0 16. dhedarkhcustard commented 11 years ago

I knew it! But fair enough, you guys have no idea how hard animating is.