see description. Marge Champion served as a movement model for Snow White. Some of this animation was later reworked for Maid Marion in Disneys Robin Hood. This see description Marge Champion served as a movement model for Snow White Some of this animation was later reworked Maid Marion in Disneys Robin Hood This
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see description. Marge Champion served as a movement model for Snow White. Some of this animation was later reworked for Maid Marion in Disneys Robin Hood. This

Marge Champion served as a movement model for Snow White. Some of this animation was later reworked for Maid Marion in Disneys Robin Hood. This method is used frequently by Disney to save on the budget.

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#1 - plmy
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#4 to #1 - whiteniggers
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conspiracy
#31 to #4 - greenzeopoweranger **User deleted account**
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#34 to #4 - kraykan
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thank you. this was funnier than half the crap ive seen on here today.
#58 to #4 - anon
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Half-Life 3 confirmed
#61 to #58 - mikoli
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**** off.
#5 to #4 - plmy
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you're on to something
#11 - rivenworlder
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I wrote a paper on Disney's Robin Hood. I found a few interesting facts about the movie.

Robin Hood is the lowest budget Disney animation ever made. It was the first movie made after the death of Walt Disney. The reason why the budget was so low was that the company was worried about their future since the head of the company just died. Also, the director for Robin Hood was well known for recycling animations in his films.

There was more, but that's all that I really remember.
#98 to #11 - themongoose
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They did that with a lot of animations. I don't think it was the director so much as just Disney realizing they can recycle without anyone figuring it out for 30+ years.

Jungle book and Aristocats

Jungle book and Winnie the Pooh

Robin Hood and Jungle Book

Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty and Beauty and the Beast

Sword in the Stone and Aristocats

Jungle book and Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad

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#115 to #98 - rivenworlder
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Wolfgang Reitherman, one of Disney's 'Nine Old Men' is the man who directed Robin Hood. Like I said above, he was known for recycling animations and he was the director or animation director for almost every movie you mentioned.

I'm not saying he's the only guy who did such, but he was known to do it.
www.imdb.com/name/nm0718627/?ref_=tt_ov_dr#Director
#13 - harbingerwolf
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Maid Marian's is best princess...
#80 to #13 - anon
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And I was so close to beating my furry fetish.
#28 to #13 - fournum
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This image, I like it!   
   
   
   
MORE!
This image, I like it!



MORE!
#32 to #28 - punisherswar
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Look up "Twisted Princesses" there's more
#94 to #28 - thesinful
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#35 to #28 - thenewmaroi
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Here are just a couple.
Enlarge all of them
#36 to #35 - thenewmaroi
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#82 to #39 - thesinful
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I have some of those too.
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#89 to #88 - thesinful
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#116 to #90 - samlusiewski
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Clearly my favorite. The others look like pure evil, this one just looks like she's been pushed too far.
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#52 to #37 - anon
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Pocahontas is best princess
#95 to #28 - thesinful
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#29 to #13 - calawesome
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I'd be lying if I said she weren't a fox
I'd be lying if I said she weren't a fox
#19 - konradkurze
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Disney
the original reposter
#26 to #19 - faithrider
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but he reposted himself
#27 to #26 - createdjustnow
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wouldn't that make them thumb whores?
#56 to #26 - konradkurze
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reposting himself?
#33 - frienderman
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Disney: making kids furries since 1973.
#87 to #33 - cormy
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Treasure Planet's ************* CAPTAIN Amelia.
Then we've got the classic Nala.
Maid Merrian from Robin Hood
Lady and the Tramp
******* Aristocats
The sprite from Phantasia 2000s Firebird Suite.

And basically all the Disney movies made you feel at least somewhat compassionate to creatures in general. Just named a few of the attractive female characters that come to mind for me.
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#78 to #62 - anon
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TRUE
#97 to #62 - anon
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oh im sorry, does it bother you?

too bad for you
#66 to #62 - vicanimus
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#53 - freshlikeuhhhhhh
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#16 - Furubatsu
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You make it seem like this is the frist time Disney did this

also, Ka and Mowgli are voiced by the same people as Winnie the Pooh and Christopher Robin, think about that next time you're watching Disney clips.
#17 to #16 - anon
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Correct - but that's the first one with many similar scenes from two movies, not 1 of each movie.
#18 to #16 - anon
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"This method is used frequently by Disney to save on the budget"

C'mon the ******* title even says "See Description"
#100 to #16 - kingnicholas
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Best part Is the same person who voiced Baloo, is the guy who voiced Little John (the bear). The eminent late Phil Harris
#65 - cuppycakechick
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#106 to #65 - gentlemanotaku
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your paint skills are "wonderful"
your paint skills are "wonderful"
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#42 - bkceallaigh
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I think a lot of animators do this.   
   
So Disney can save money? God, how much do they receive with movies, Disney Land, merchandise, the website...etc.
I think a lot of animators do this.

So Disney can save money? God, how much do they receive with movies, Disney Land, merchandise, the website...etc.
#48 to #42 - telfyr
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You do realize alot of disneys movies were made before you were probably born right? Plus does it really abstract from the quality? Robin hood was one of my favorite movies.
#49 to #48 - bkceallaigh
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Do you realize that Snow White was made in 1937, and The Jungle Book in 1967. That's 30 years of profit right there. You don't think they could have been at least a little bit original? The quality isn't missing. It's the baseline. Sure, no one really noticed. But now that you know the kept on using old movies for new ones, doesn't it make you a little bit flustered? Use some original art. That's what people pay for. I KNOW I paid 20$ for it on VHS. Imagine all of the people that have the same thing in their homes? How much money that is?
#60 to #42 - pulluspardus
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Disney is the publisher , the studios that make the movies change, sometimes they are underpaid, there are a lot of things to consider here, just because a company is rich doesn't mean the employees are guaranteed payment, see activision for example, they have call of duty, yet they didn't pay the developers of Infinity Ward a cent which is how Respawn was created
#77 to #42 - wanicochil
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You know back then when Robin hood was made, Disney wasn't going all that great, they only picked up around when Lion King was released
#68 to #42 - haunterbrony
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Phoenix Wright vs Haruhi (Episode 8 comparison)

More parody/reference than just copied, but yeah.
#57 to #42 - vampiricmalice
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#70 to #57 - urfunnyman
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i knew that episode of boondocks looked familiar
#43 to #42 - bkceallaigh
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...aaand another. So yeah, it's pretty normal I guess...
...aaand another. So yeah, it's pretty normal I guess...
#47 to #43 - spoodermanz
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cmon guys. you're really ******* with my brain
#50 to #47 - bkceallaigh
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Sorry.
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#63 to #43 - kalendric
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i like the gif, but i'm not sure how it supports the original argument of saving animation costs.