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The film has often been released accompanied by an animated short starring animals, usually mice (such as Mickey Mouse), for its theatrical and home video releases.

The original theatrical release in 1977 featured A Tale of Two Critters (1977) and Die schönsten Weihnachtsgeschichten von Walt Disney (1983) for the 1983 theatrical reissue.

If you would have said , "This is what I get from this song," or, "This is what I think it means," I would have respected your post a lot more. I’ll only have said it once but it looks like I’m complaining all the time.

Unfortunately, you chose to beat your idea down everybody's throats, which isn't cool. People also don’t realise that in all the interviews before ‘Nevermind’ come out, and in the first few months afterwards, we had different perspectives on what our band was. We didn’t realise how many interviews we were doing, just knew that we were exhausted every night after talking for hours on end." - Kurt Cobain-Heart Shaped Box was also inspired by Jessica Tandy, the original Blanche Dubois, and Vivian “Leigh” starring in Tennessee William’s A Street Car Named Desire.(Inspired by Blanche’s Seahorse Pin)I listened to a radio interview of Courtney Love in Burbank and when Kurt was across town playing at the Whiskey Go-Go.

The fine artwork is delicious for the eyes, with lots of gorgeous landscapes. "The Journey" and "Someone's Waiting For You" are not only nostalgic but very moving.

"Tomorrow is Another Day", more than just nostalgic, has very optimistic lyrics.

She's also got some of the funniest Disney sidekicks: the hilarious crocodiles Brutus and Nero and the poor devil Snoops.' The Rescuers' was one of the movies I watched more times in my childhood.

It has aged very well, time wasn't able to harm its magic and enchant. Title in Portugal: ' As Aventuras de Bernardo e Bianca'.You can also read the new visitors guide (forum page). The slow pace and BEATLES-esque vocal arrangements make for an interesting, pretty song. Alternates back and forth like this for the first minute before it morphs a little to support a multi- voice vocal--kind of like an early Brit-pop "flower power" band (or very early YES). Kind of a "Saturday Night's All Right for Fighting" outro. "Speile-Jangle" () strange filler-like song to end the album!?!Part XTC and ANTIQUE SEEKING NUNS, part FARMERS MARKET and HOMUNCULUS RES, this band of blokes from Bristol make complex, upbeat, quirky, humorous music over which are sung quite clever, humorous lyrics in many forms and styles.1. "Chinese Brainworm (T'nia Solium)" () with a country-Kavus Torabi twang. "Re-Mortgaging the Nest of Hairs" () a mid-tempo instrumental (8/10)4. Would've fit nicely on last years THE WINSTONS' debut. "Hypertension" () So many cool quirky-jazz, Canterbury-style things going on this instrumental. At the end of the sixth minute it switches into a slow, plodding speed over which a spoken poem is delivered in a NIGEL TUFNEL way. (7.5/10)Solid four star album; an excellent album of upbeat, quirky prog pop in a somewhat Canterbury style. As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums."Sorry, You Were Out" () reminds me of 80s indie-quirk-band IT'S IMMATERIAL.5. You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials)."Have You Got PPI" () continues from the previous song with an account of a kind of phone telemarketing call.

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