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Ideas for Disney Projects

Discussion in 'Disney / Pixar' started by Dave Koch, Nov 2, 2013.

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    Looney Tunian posted his idea for a Looney Tunes script in the Warner Brothers Forum, and asked us to give him our honest opinions on it, which I did. So, to prove that I can create as well as criticize, I'll post an idea of my own that I had for a Disney movie centering on none other than Mickey Mouse. I had this idea a couple of years ago and haven't done any additional work on it, since I generally don't write fan fiction, but nonetheless, here it is:

    I Used To Be Funny (working title)

    Within the Disney studios, the other toons are discussing how funny they all are, and it comes to Mickey's attention that the studio heads feel that the Mouse has become too much of an institution that he can't be used for anything funny, and also that nowadays, few fans remember Mickey being funny or don't believe that he ever was funny. Feeling down about this, Mickey goes into hiding and no one can find him. Shortly afterwards, a new toon, a character known simply as "The Fox", arrives on the scene to audition for the Disney shorts. The Fox is witty, wacky, sharp tongued and very funny. The Disney studio heads hire The Fox immediately, and he gains almost instant popularity. Meanwhile, Minnie Mouse sets out on a search to find the missing Mickey. The big twist is that when The Fox is accepting an Oscar for Best Animated Short on live TV, he reveals himself to be Mickey in disguise. He adapted this other persona to prove to everyone that he can indeed do comedy.

    That's all that I have of it. Also here's an idea for a potential new Disney animated TV series that I typed on mine and my twin brothers' blog. Tell me what you think.


    Procrastinators unite....tomorrow.

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