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The character of *VILLAIN* was based on Divine.
One of the original villain groups being considered was a pack of jackals.
The surrealist painter, Salvador DalĂ­, made some illustrations for the movie, but his ideas were later discarded.
Of the three animated films nominated for Best Picture this is the only traditionally hand-drawn film.
The Latin chants heard throughout the movie are adapted from actual Gregorian chants, including the Dies Irae.
Among the debris in the destruction house at Pleasure Island, a print of 'Leonardo Da Vinci''s 'Mona Lisa' can be seen.
*TITLE* was inspired by the true story of a Parisian family of cats, circa 1910, that inherited a fabulous fortune.
The only animated Disney movie from the 1960s not to have a Platinum DVD, a sequel, a TV show, or a live-action remake.
This was the first major animated film which was advertised on the strength of having a major movie star providing one of its voices.
According to the DVD commentary, this is the first Disney animated feature to show a pregnant woman.
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Leaving aside the 'Pastoral' segment of 'Fantasia', this was the first Disney animated feature to be completely inspired by mythology rather than a fairy tale.
The only Walt Disney animated feature film that has a title character who doesn't speak.
Convinced that it would fail, the Hollywood film industry labeled the film 'Walt Disney's Folly'.
The last film personally overseen by Walt Disney.
*TITLE* was Disney's first ever DVD, released in November 1999.
The movie is based upon the first two books in Lloyd Alexander's Prydain Chronicles ('The Book of Three' and *TITLE*).
The last fairy tale produced by the studio up until The Little Mermaid.
This is the first animated Disney 'princess' film to get a PG rating by the MPAA. All other Disney 'princess' films got a G rating.
Early in story development, *CHARACTER* and *CHARACTER* were supposed to be rescuing a poet much older than *CHARACTER* from a gloomy prison. This idea was scrapped.
Unusually for the time, Walt Disney insisted on children providing the voices for the animals when they were young, instead of using adults mimicking youngsters.

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