The RotoGang is ready to talk about the 2002 Disney Sci-fi flick, from the directors Ron Clements and John Musker, Treasure Planet! Join along for this Treasure Planet podcast discussion in episode 111 of the Animation Addicts Podcast.
Treasure Planet Podcast
- Main Discussion: Treasure Planet (2002)
- Why didn’t it do better in the box office?
- Animation Raves “It takes you back”
- Disney Theory: Is Jim a descendant of Tarzan?
- Character designs: Who was more appealing?
- Mini Nerdy Couch Discussion: Should supervising animators get more recognition for animating their characters?
- Sidekick time: Morph vs. B.E.N. Technical nitpicking by Mason. #crazyrobot #theplushtoy
- We’re still on ‘the gold thing’.
- How does this portal work, exactly? Is it always open?
- The villain countdown
- Voicemail: Sinjon, Jack, Matt, MJ, Rachel, Rei, Vanessa, Mark
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