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  1. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    Interesting idea, though given Pixar (if it could even exist at this point) generally relegated flesh and blood humans to minor roles since they hadn't perfected them, may not be likely even with TTL's CG levels. Hmm, I think that based off some snippets here and there (e.g. many shows on NBC...
  2. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    So um, I'm wondering if/when we'll see if Disney executive alumni move to other studios in the future as is vice versa.
  3. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    Knowig the 90's and Disney being a bit more liberal, they'd probably tackle Lovecraft's very rancid beliefs about minorities at that too.
  4. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    For the lattermost, you could still have them be native americans, just cherokee or a similar southeastern woodlands tribe. If not, there's always them being black, For the former, you could just have her be a bus driver, or train conductor, or regular passenger pilot. I didn't watch NE...
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    I was never a Twin Peaks guy, but interesting. Considering how production was a bit of a nightmare due to the limits of OTL's CG, I can expect it goes a lot smoother. There was also a Tracy Ulman character that was removed from a film and a subplot, and you may read about it here...
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    Hmm, I wonder who's getting axed from the lineup, then? If its one of OTL's big leads, that's gonna be one of the main butterflies, and I can only imagine how my mom would react, and i'm all for it.
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    Danny Devito, maybe, but Meryl? WHAT!? Granted she could pull it off (perhaps as one Janice Jonah Jameson), and I can see it, but I highly doubt fans would accept it with no fuss/toxicity. I can't see neither working at all. is this some joke you posted by mistake?
  8. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    $#!+, I had that on my mind too. It has a good chance as of this period of being either butterflied entirely or being at least genuinely decent. Hell, TTL me can live without ever knowing of what I consider a hilarious guilty pleasure or a certain Steve Wonder-sampling song.
  9. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    Speaking of Marvel: Constantin Film acquired the film rights for the Fantastic Four in 1986. I presume they didn't ITTL, eh @Geekhis Khan ? I also hope, as random as this may be, 1997's Steel, if even made, will actually be good. Heck, maybe they do replace Shaq with Wesley Snipes, let alone...
  10. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    With how this thing is looking and what's been going on with NBC ITTL so far, Disney will buy out NBC much as they did with ABC IOTL, methinks. I'll stay tuned for it!
  11. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    For J. Jonah Jameson, I can easily picture Kurtwood Smith as him. Just look at a certain Wisconsin dad and you'll see what I mean. Also, one idea I had for a Spider-Man adaptation was making Peter a conspiracy theorist and drawing allusion between the strings he makes and his webs, as well as...
  12. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    On the other hand (and perhaps taking a cue from @Denliner ), we could have Disney put out a work about refuting not only doomsday preppers, but believing conspiracies in general, where the disaster never happens/is brought upon by our protag's actions.
  13. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    Sure, why not? Perhaps there are two kinds of grasshoppers. One is the "Haha lookat the paranoid freak go stockpiling!" and the other is more reasonable and kind but is reacting along the limes of "Care to provide evidence of your little disaster you're going on about?"
  14. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    I learnt about the former yesterday. There's also a picture book adaptation about a whale in San Francisco, based off a real life event.
  15. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    I now have an idea that similar to Ariel, Eric has a parental figure that disapproves of the mermaids as being monsters.
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    Well hopefully ENT is butterflied, here.
  17. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    The LIon King Lear is interesting, too.
  18. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    Never watched Quantum Leap nor was ever interested in it, but if you do/did, hope you enjoy this! I can only imagine how two extra seasons could bring butterflies, via crew and cast. Maybe one actor who was only in very minor roles gets in this and is a stepping stone to a larger one.
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