As Dreamers Do: American Magic Redux

I think having the Oriental Land Company working with Sanrio working towards an earlier Sanrio Puroland could work.
A comeptle saniro deditated park could only be a little kidde park. I feel that the oriental land company woud be betteer off working with a wind varity of comapnies
 
Well, racist elements are nothing new in the House of Mouse, no matter which timeline you're looking at. Need I remind you about the Crows in Dumbo, or the Siamese Cats in both Lady and the Tramp & The Aristocats?

Aside from that, I quite agree with your stances in that post.
Yeah but that was the 40s and 50s. This is the 80s where those things wouldn't fly.
 
Regarding that movie schedule, the James Bond films might need to each move forward a year later from their OTL release dates due to Moonraker being released a year later ITTL and seeing For Your Eyes Only being released just a year later from Moonraker is problematic logistics wise.

So if you update the Bond film schedule, and I'm sure I've written this already, it would be like this:

For Your Eyes Only (1982) (Moore's last Bond)
Octopussy (1984) (Dalton's first Bond film here)
View To A Kill (1986)
The Living Daylights (1989)
License To Kill (1991)
(Dalton's last Bond as OTL)

Suppose if Moore gets an early exit here, many of the camp/humour elements in Octopussy and AVTAK are butterflied and this would help the latter as I always thought that had Dalton stared in that film things would've worked out better.

Also off topic here but are we getting a Nessie 3 here following the success of the last film?
 
Regarding that movie schedule, the James Bond films might need to each move forward a year later from their OTL release dates due to Moonraker being released a year later ITTL and seeing For Your Eyes Only being released just a year later from Moonraker is problematic logistics wise.

So if you update the Bond film schedule, and I'm sure I've written this already, it would be like this:

For Your Eyes Only (1982) (Moore's last Bond)
Octopussy (1984) (Dalton's first Bond film here)
View To A Kill (1986)
The Living Daylights (1989)
License To Kill (1991)
(Dalton's last Bond as OTL)

Suppose if Moore gets an early exit here, many of the camp/humour elements in Octopussy and AVTAK are butterflied and this would help the latter as I always thought that had Dalton stared in that film things would've worked out better.

Also off topic here but are we getting a Nessie 3 here following the success of the last film?
I think I discussed it earlier in this series with someone else. But yeah, might need some delaying to help build the new James Bond TL here in this timeline.

Also who you think should play Bond after Dalton? My money is still on Pierce getting it and having a better luck with it ITTL.
 
I think I discussed it earlier in this series with someone else. But yeah, might need some delaying to help build the new James Bond TL here in this timeline.

Also who you think should play Bond after Dalton? My money is still on Pierce getting it and having a better luck with it ITTL.

Still think Pierce will get it as he was always their favourite choice even during the Dalton era. Hopefully here Pierce won't end with a crappy end with Die Another Day.
 
Still think Pierce will get it as he was always their favourite choice even during the Dalton era. Hopefully here Pierce won't end with a crappy end with Die Another Day.
I hope that won't happen. I have a good idea for Pierce last outing but I don't know who will take over after him.

Hey @OldNavy1988, can I help you out with the Pierce Brosnan last outing. Kinda have an idea of making an original outing while using Casino Royale to help bridge the gap between a younger Bond to current Bond.
 
I have actually read the Brackett script. I will not make a judgement on it, but it might need a little work. Yoda's name in it, Minch, is too close to "minge", a British slang term for vagina (that is admittedly a minor detail) and Neillith (Luke's sister in this draft) seems to be a "Whatever Happened To The Mouse?" type situation.
 
Helen O'Grady Filmography as of 1980
Helen O'Grady

Born

Helen Beverly Margaret O'Grady
October 26, 1922
Columbus, Ohio

O'Grady graduated from Ohio State in 1944 with a degree in fine art.

Filmography

At 20th Century-Fox

Naughty But Mice (1947; Herman cartoon)
Butterscotch and Soda (1948; Little Audrey cartoon)
Song of the Birds (1949; Little Audrey cartoon)
A Haunting We Will Go (1949; Casper cartoon)
Tarts and Flowers (1950; Little Audrey cartoon)
Party Smarty (1951; Baby Huey cartoon)
Clown on the Farm (1952; Baby Huey cartoon)
Surf Bored (1953; Little Audrey cartoon)
Boo Moon (1954; Casper cartoon)
Crazy Town (1954; One shot cartoon)
Git Along Lil' Duckie (1955; Baby Huey cartoon)
Dizzy Dishes (1955; Little Audrey cartoon)
Swab the Duck (1956; Baby Huey cartoon)
Pest Pupil (1957; Baby Huey cartoon)
Dawg Gawn (1958; Little Audrey cartoon)

At Hanna-Barbera
The Huckleberry Hound Show (1958 TV series)
The Flintstones (1960 TV series)

At Disney
The Sword in the Stone (1963)
Chanticleer (1967)
Alice in Wonderland (1969)
Hansel and Gretel (1971)
Robin Hood (1973)
Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too (1974; Short)
Millie the Model (1974; TV Series)
Beauty and the Beast (1975)
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)
The Rescuers (1977)
Casper and the Angels (1979; TV Series)
Rapunzel (1979)
The Snow Queen (Coming in 1980)
The Fox and the Hound (Coming in 1981)​
 
An Angry Transatlantic Phone Call

Richard Williams
(London)

"You fired Daniel Abbott without consulting me????"


Jeffrey Katzenberg
(United Artists headquarters; Atlanta)

"Richard, I keep telling you, we can't have him going around punching people in the face in the office."

Williams
"Well in that case, you just made a major mistake, pal!"

**CLICK**
 
Hiawatha

View attachment 594887
Released 14 January, 1949
Directed by
Wolfgang Reitherman

Assistant Directors
Grant Simmons
Ray Patterson

Additional animation produced by
Grantray-Lawrence

Story
Ken Anderson
Larry Clemmons
Floyd Norman
Julius Svendsen
Xavier Atencio
T. Hee
Dave Michener

Animators
Milt Kahl
Frank Thomas
Ollie Johnston


Voice
Clark Gable as Hiawatha

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first film where Clark Gable makes his debut dubbing Hiawatha, then he had been invited to make another disney film, but the plans had not been realized

- the film was a great commercial success, and also a box office.

- a comic animation was made telling the story where Hiawatha meets his real father.
I'm sorry, but did @OldNavy1988 authorize this?
 
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