[QUOTE=WishUponAStar;969789]On the other hand, another theory that could perhaps work with mine as well, would be that mayyyyybe during the times that the replications happened were times when the studios weren’t doing so well? Maybe there were labour disputes, or financial troubles with the animators & instead of creating 100% original films with EVERY single frame being brand new they just slapped a few re-painted characters onto the cells before throwing them in that Llamda machine thing?
I don’t know the mechanics of vintage animation but I know a lot of the ladies in the “ink & paint” department were cheaper labor than highly skilled animators. Maybe they were instructed to just change the outlines & then they’d use the same animation movement?
Anyway, two theories from me. :laugh:[/QUOTE]
Well… The Jungle Book was released in 1967 and Robin Hood in 1973, so both were in the works during the construction of “The Florida Project,” which would definitely be eating up a great deal of the company’s funds.