The Prince and the Pauper1990
The Prince and the Pauper is a 1990 animated featurette produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and directed by George Scribner. Featuring the voice of Wayne Allwine as Mickey Mouse, it is inspired by Mark Twain's 1881 novel of the same name. It was Disney's final use of the traditional ink-and-paint and camera process, before the CAPS digital-ink-and-paint process rendered the traditional techniques and equipment obsolete. Some objects, such as the carriage, were created on computers before being printed out on paper and Xeroxed onto animation cels.
The film was released on November 16, 1990, as the first animated short produced by Disney to accompany the original release of a Disney animated feature, accompanying the original release of Walt Disney Feature Animation's 29th animated feature film The Rescuers Down Under, a sequel to the 1977 animated film, The Rescuers.
|Verleih:||Walt Disney Pictures|
|Schnitt:||H. Lee Peterson|
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