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Disney had some good artists that got fired for having darker visions

i just watched the black cauldron and it reminded me of The Secret of NIMH

The Secret of NIMH is i cool dark cartoon about magic rodents that is easy to find for free on u-tube https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmheWFkK-ELQphc6k7Z60zhSnEeO5BTBc

i understand if this link needs to be taken down.. slightly nefarious. although in this age its meh
you can see most films for free on u-tube if you write p1 after the name

its a bit weird and also a bit childish and some annoying characters because hey that's Disney
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yeah this good movie watership down really is dark but better for adults. somethings are too hard on kid but does have it's good lessons.

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2 months ago
The freaky thing is that the rodents aren't magical. They are test rats at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). They were given drugs that enhanced their intelligence to that of humans.
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2 months ago
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its a bit weird and also a bit childish and some annoying characters because hey that's Disney

...Did you just call The Secret of NIMH a Disney film? It was created by Don Bluth Productions and distributed by MGM.

Disney wasn't anywhere on that one.
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2 months ago
To be fair, they might have been referring to Black Cauldron with the "Disney characters" line. Also, IIRC Secret of NIMH was the first film Bluth made after leaving Disney.
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Scary Disney themed cartoons from years upon years ago? Can't forget The Brave Little Toaster, also feature length on youtube. I have no idea where this film falls under copyright, but since Disney's name is at least associated with it in some way, I'd figure it's grey at best.
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2 months ago
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To be fair, they might have been referring to Black Cauldron with the "Disney characters" line. Also, IIRC Secret of NIMH was the first film Bluth made after leaving Disney.

Gurgi would certainly fit "Disney character", but with the Youtube link to The Secret of NIMH and the talk about ex-Disney employees, I assumed they were talking about the Bluth film.

There was also Banjo the Woodpile Cat, released two years before The Secret of NIMH, but that was a 30-minute short film, and began as a side production while Bluth still worked at Disney. Pick your level of pedantry, I guess.
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i clear up the confusion. i was mistaken and im glad to be informed as i did not know that disney had no part in it

i just watched the brave toaster =) clearly the knowledge here is fantastic because iv spent a good while now in bed watching cartoons
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