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SashaQ - happysad

Hi <BB<

I'm your Sub-editor for The new version is A87943332 - please subscribe!

I hope everything is still OK for you, but let me know if there is anything else you'd like changing.

I see you've done lots of work on other Entries in this series, so I will have a look at those soon smiley - biggrin


Subbing DisneyToon

Post 2

Bluebottle

You've probably noticed that I've changed how the entries have been split, changing it from four entries to five. They are now covering: 1990-1999, 2000-2003, 2003-2005, 2006-2009 and 2010-2015, with the new entry (2003-2005) consisting of the end of the former 2000-2004 and the start of 2005-2009. This entry shouldn't be affected by the change to the middle.

One of them is still waiting for Peer Review availability.

I spotted a couple of my mistakes:
'the the Bechdel test'
Also, you can get rid of the 'Composed by' in 'Planes'

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Subbing DisneyToon

Post 3

SashaQ - happysad

Excellent - that sounds good smiley - ok

Changes made and button pressed smiley - ok

smiley - spacesmiley - space Paris
smiley - space in smiley - space the
the Spring

smiley - cdoublesmiley - laugh


Subbing DisneyToon: 2010-2015

Post 4

Bluebottle

A87943332smiley - ta

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Subbing Disney MovieToons: 1990-1999

Post 5

SashaQ - happysad

Hi <BB<

I've subbed The Ultimate Disney MovieToons Animated Film Guide: 1990-1999. The new version is A87945709 - please subscribe!

I hope everything is still OK for you, but let me know if there is anything else you'd like changing before it goes to the next stage smiley - biggrin


Subbing Disney MovieToons: 1990-1999

Post 6

Bluebottle

While I still think it is inexplicable that characters in Sussex would celebrate Thanksgiving, you can press the button. (Can you imagine it if Winnie the Pooh and friends joined a Sussex Bonfire Society and celebrated by marching through the Hundred Aker Woods in uniform carrying torches in blackface and burning guys on a bonfire?smiley - yikes)

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Subbing Disney MovieToons: 1990-1999

Post 7

SashaQ - happysad

Ah smiley - eureka I didn't realise you thought that, so I have made a tweak smiley - ok

Is it Hundred Akre Woods, or Hundred Aker?

"(Can you imagine it if Winnie the Pooh and friends joined a Sussex Bonfire Society and celebrated by marching through the Hundred Aker Woods in uniform carrying torches in blackface and burning guys on a bonfire? smiley - yikes)"

smiley - snork Like the scene in Red Dwarf smiley - rofl


Subbing Disney MovieToons: 1990-1999

Post 8

Bluebottle

It is daft that Disney go out of their way to emphasise that Winnie the Pooh is set in Sussex, with artists travelling there to do their sketches and the recent 'Christopher Robin' definitely 100% being in Sussex, but then they slip Americanisms in.smiley - shrug
I standardised the spellings as Akre in the end across all entries, so ignore my typo above.

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Subbing Disney MovieToons: 1990-1999

Post 9

SashaQ - happysad

Yes, it is a challenge, that they try to cater to their biggest audience by using appropriate language, but also try to cater to the British audience by emphasising the Sussex setting, so end up not doing either as well as they could if they did one or the other smiley - erm Still makes more profit in the long run that way, though, I imagine...

Aha, Akre it is - I have pressed the button smiley - ok


Subbing Disney MovieToons: 1990-1999

Post 10

h2g2 Guide Editors

Congratulations! DisneyToons 2010-2015 is on the Front Page today smiley - magic


Subbing Disney MovieToons: 2000-2003

Post 11

SashaQ - happysad

Hi <BB<

I've subbed The Ultimate Disney MovieToons Animated Film Guide: 2000-2003. The new version is A87958110 - please subscribe!

I hope everything is still OK for you, but let me know if there is anything else you'd like changing before it goes to the next stage smiley - biggrin


Subbing Disney MovieToons: 2000-2003

Post 12

Bluebottle

Do you think we could add some info in the King Louie section?

Louis Prima died in 1978, twenty years later in 1999 his widow Gia sued Disney for lack of royalties following the home media release of The Jungle Book and the use of the character in television series TaleSpin (1990), claiming that Jim Cummings was impersonating her husband's voice without permission. Disney settled out of court and in 2001 agreed not to use impersonations of Louis Prima's voice, which is why King Louie does not appear in Jungle Book 2.

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Subbing Disney MovieToons: 2000-2003

Post 13

SashaQ - happysad

Certainly smiley - ok How's that now?


Subbing Disney MovieToons: 2003-2005

Post 14

SashaQ - happysad

Hi <BB<

I've subbed The Ultimate Disney MovieToons Animated Film Guide: 2003-2005. The new version is A87956626 - please subscribe!

I hope everything is still OK for you, but let me know if there is anything else you'd like changing before it goes to the next stage smiley - biggrin


Subbing Disney MovieToons: 2000-2003

Post 15

Bluebottle

2000-2003 is good to go, press the button now!
I'll have a look at the other one.

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Subbing Disney MovieToons: 2003-2005

Post 16

Bluebottle

I've got three change requests, but other than that all good: smiley - ok
Can Max in 'Twice Upon a Christmas' be in bold, as he is recurring from 'Once Upon A Christmas' (though voiced by a different actor)?
In 'Mulan II' can 'Like Other Girls' be removed from the song list as I seem to have listed it twice.smiley - doh
For smiley - footprintssmiley - musicalnote 7, can the words 'The Winnie-the-Pooh films are set in the UK.' be added at the end.

The images I sent in for this and the other entry have been approved over the weekend and I hope to upload them by the end of the day.

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Subbing Disney MovieToons: 2000-2003

Post 17

SashaQ - happysad

First button pressed, thank you! smiley - ok


Subbing Disney MovieToons: 2003-2005

Post 18

SashaQ - happysad

smiley - ok

Max has been emboldened, and I removed 'Like Other Girls' as it is the same as '(I wanna be) Like Other Girls', I see smiley - ok

'The Winnie-the-Pooh films are set in the UK.' - I'm not sure that's true from what I've read in your Entries - the Winnie-the-Pooh films are set in a fantasy version of the UK where Ashdown Forest contains gophers, is subject to avalanches, etc smiley - laugh


Subbing Disney MovieToons: 2003-2005

Post 19

Bluebottle

Ah, so you don't question the existence of talking toys/animals such as Bears, Piglets, Tigers and Kangaroos in Ashdown Forest in the UK - but if there's a Gopher, that's clearly beyond the palesmiley - yikes. I still believe it is set in Ashdown Forest as that's what they've used to inspire the look of many of the backgrounds, albeit a magical one. And none of the events of 'The Tigger Movie' are referred to in the Heffalump films.

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