Is that so?For one, a certain real estate tycoon with a recognizable haircut will not be included due to tightened restrictions on current politics.
Unfortunately, we'll still have to confront Cliff Huxtable, the Miramax guy and the Spumco guy.
Not too familiar with Ms. Hemsly honestly.
OK. So, here are a couple of places where things can divert. First of all, a more successful version of that Gulliver's Travels movie that the Fleisher's made back in 1939 without that stupid $350,000 penalty that Paramount stuck them with. Secondly, The original 1939 draft of Alice in Wonderland by Disney. What if Walt had decided, for whatever reason, to greenlight the project?
I would agree with having the the 1939 draft of alice being made and have it take the place of fantasia. That why fantisia could be released in 1951What I might do is find a way for Max and Dave to stick together.
I might still have Disney bring out Pinocchio before Alice. Any maybe Bambi before Alice too.
Might save Fantasia for the Fifties unless there is a way for The Sorcerer's Apprentice or The Nutcracker Suite to be made into two reel productions while we're still in the late thirties without breaking the bank.