Steamboat Willie is supposed to be showing up here on this blog any moment, if the "blog this" button on youtube is to be believed. It has failed me in the past. In any case, happy birthday, boss.
Just think how history would have been changed had teh catz eaten teh mouse!luckily K&P are not ordinary cats.
Steamboat Willie was made at 1928.This LOL-cats episode is no.1289.Coincidence or Conspiracy? ;o)
I'm just waiting for A.Koford to sell the rights and we can see Kitteh and Pip on the big screen in a combined Animation/Live Action THREE-DEE Extravaganza. The voice of Kitteh played by Zac Effron, with Seth Ginsberg voicing Pip. Miley Cyrus will have an important role as the mother of Pip, unfortunately her character will die off in the first 10 minutes.
There's been a slight realignment in the production. Effron had another commitment, but we've done even better. Playing the part of Kitteh will be SUPERSTAR Tim Allen.There was also a little mixup at the recent Leno taping, and Tim confused the title characters. We've had to slightly revise, instead of Kitteh and Pip, we now have Kitten and Pup. Kitten is a wise old street cat, tough to the bone with a heart of gold. Pup is a bumbling domesticated dog, who's owner is none other than Ta-Da, Miley! Miley wanted more screen time, so instead of her character being dumped we decided that Pup would run away chasing Kitten. They'll hop on the rails and end up far from home.Miley, that's a good enough character name, will head out trying to find her Pup, but instead will find adventure!We also agreed to terms with Martin Lawrence, to play a dim-witted chipmunk that the kids bump into along the way.This will be an epic extravaganza, and while these changes may be a bit different I don't believe it compromises your vision.A few other notes, no hobos - they're unsightly and not in keeping with our image, also - if things don't work out with the full 3D release this will definitely be a DC exclusive. We're still working out those details.Oh, and we may go fully Live Action, in which case Kitten will be renamed Kevin. Tim wasn't too happy about playing a cat.
AZ: I can only say this:GACK!
It already has 37% on the tomatometer, so who am I to complain!
Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse : Steamboat Willie (1928). Check out the scenery at 2:22.
Perhaps the scenery at 2:50 is slightly more accurate. Sans Minnie of course.Mickey's treatment of the animals clearly indicates psychotic tendencies too. Poor little instrumental kitteh.
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