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Feb 8, 2006 | 5:15 PM EST

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just for future reference.. I never freakin saw that episode of robot chicken.. I didn't even know it exested until after I made it...
It's so short.. because I'm a professional animator.. that's my job.. and I only have so much time to work on crap like this..



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Well I'll be looking forward to this, haha, love the concept. Theres a lot of improvement to be done when it comes to scenery though, really isn't any . . . but as this is a trailer that doesn't matter that much. Keep up the good work!



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Former WDW employee

You I swear it really could happen. This is how all CP's feel after working for the F^*$&n' rat. I think Walt should come back and reap revenge on all those who made the CP's suffer. Mwa ha ha ha. Oh by the way that was my idea.????


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Archetype Casting

The notion of something being frozen and then waking up later to wreak havoc is an ancient archetype that become funny when applied to modern day real people, and Disney is irrestible. It's been done alot by alot of different sources, some with more success than others.


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Well... that's a weird coincidence then.

I'm not saying you ripped off of Robot Chicken, but it's so similar, it's very easy to understand why anyone would think you did rip off. Here's what happens in the Robot Chicken short:

Walt Disney's head is frozen.
Years later, it is attached to a giant mechanical spider-like body.
He must feast on the flesh of Cuban children.
He tries to eat Elion Gonzales.
He gets shot by Castro.

Now, up until the part about the Cuban children, this flash is *identical* to the Robot Chicken short. If that's a coincidence, then it's one of the most bizzaire ones I've seen, because the concept is pretty weird to begin with. If you haven't seen the Robot Chicken episode, go see it, and you'll probably be shocked, unless of course you *both* got the idea from somewhere else. (By the way, where *did* you get this idea? Concieved it all by yourself?)

Anyway, the rules clearly state that you aren't to submit trailers.