Em um post recente no TikTok, diversos fãs da Disney ficaram chocados ao descobrir que o estúdio reaproveita muitas animações. Surpreendente? Essa prática já era meio conhecida...
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Disney fans discover the studio reuses animation
A TikTok video showed similar scenes from Disney’s 1967 The Jungle Book and the 1977 film Winnie the Pooh. It was a shock.
TikTok user @Buzzzi_ showed the characters making the same movements. This showed that the animations were recycled between movies.
Many people were surprised. But it's a fact: Disney did reuse footage many times.
Disney has been reusing its animations for many movie scenes since Dumbo in 1941. A veteran Disney animator, Floyd Norman, who has worked on films like Sleeping Beauty and The Jungle Book, explained everything in a YouTube video.
He said that this “was probably done to save time and money.” But the practice wasn’t necessarily time- or cost-efficient. It takes a lot of work to find and rework old scenes in new projects. It might be easier to animate them from scratch.
The practice of recycling scenes can also be seen in The Aristocats, which shows work from 101 Dalmatians.
A video created by Cartoon Hangovers shows various recycled Disney scenes. You can watch it here.
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Material produced and shot for a film. The term "footage" comes from original filmed productions, where the length was measured in feet.
From scratch (expression)
From the very start, from zero