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Can you name the Disney film given an interesting fact about it?

 Plays Quiz Updated Nov 23, 2016

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This movie's storyline was based on Shakespeare's play Hamlet.
The protagonist's baggy pants were animated based on M.C. Hammer's.
The two protagonists are the only people in the film who ever wear blue.
Over a million bubbles were hand-drawn for this movie... by outsourcing to China.
The first Disney animated movie to feature an African-American protagonist.
The iconic Disneyland castle is based on the one animated for this film.
The first Disney movie to have its songs copyrighted and published.
Actual rejected characters include Awful, Blabby, Dirty, Gloomy and Shifty.
The first Disney animated movie to receive a PG rating from the MPAA.
The four vultures were originally going to be voiced by the Beatles.
It contains Mel Blanc's only voice work for Disney - a single hiccup.
The only Disney animated movie that clocks in at over two hours long.
There are 6,469,952 black spots in this movie. Yes, someone counted them all.
It's the only Disney animated movie whose title character doesn't speak.
The first instance in which this title character wasn't played by a woman.
The first draft of its screenplay was co-written with Aldous Huxley.
This movie's iconic villain is famous for never appearing on screen.
It's based on a short story first published in women's magazine Cosmopolitan.
Extremely-loosely based on historical events that occurred in 1194 CE.
Had the most-attended movie premiere ever (100,000+ people in Central Park).
David Mamet called its screenplay the most original he'd read in years.
One of its songs kickstarted the music career of Christina Aguilera.
Oddly enough, it stars the only Disney protagonist with a credit card.
Based on the second most-dramatized novel of all time, after Dracula.
It features more Elvis songs than any movie actually starring Elvis.
Two gargoyles are named after Victor Hugo; the third, a boogie-woogie singer.

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