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Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure, Animation Movie, 2001 IMDB

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Gamer DE

2017-12-10 14:35

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Trying not to sound like stevil101 here, but I figured I'd add this since the vehicles are very realistic looking for being brass-era cars.

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Anyone? :p
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GodzillaFan54 CA

2017-12-11 04:36

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Yeah sure, take a movie you made in 1955 and make a sequel 46 years later...

Gamer DE

2017-12-11 08:07

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Bambi came out in 1942 and Bambi II in 2006 :p

pokeoddsponge US

2017-12-11 11:51

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For a while, Disney was in a slump and more or less doing exclusively direct-to-video sequels to old movies

Gamer DE

2017-12-11 12:09

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This is definitely one of the better ones.

GodzillaFan54 CA

2017-12-12 02:40

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Gamer wrote Bambi came out in 1942 and Bambi II in 2006 :p


THat makes even less sense. All the kids who saw the original back than would all be elderly.

That's a gap of 64 years... gotta be some kind of record.

GodzillaFan54 CA

2017-12-12 02:42

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pokeoddsponge wrote For a while, Disney was in a slump and more or less doing exclusively direct-to-video sequels to old movies


So they were essentially cashing in on the names of their beloved classic films by making unnecessary 40+-years-too-late sequels. The fact that they were all direct-to-video seems to make it worse.

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GodzillaFan54 CA

2017-12-12 02:44

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Than again, their target audience were kids who had no clue or care when the originals was made.

Hell, I watched 101 Dalmations 2: Patch's London Adventure over and over as a kid.

Gamer DE

2017-12-12 08:11

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GodzillaFan54 wrote

That's a gap of 64 years... gotta be some kind of record.

Quote It holds the world record for the longest span of time between two consecutive installments of a franchise, being released 64 years after the original film came out in 1942.

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