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    You WIll Need To Reset Your Password!!!

    We just moved hosts on this system, and this has caused a few updates. One is the way we encode and store the encoded passwords.

    Your old passwords will NOT work. You will need to reset your password. This is normal. Just click on reset password from the log in screen. Should be smooth as silk to do...

    Sorry for the hassle.

    Dave Koch
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    Are You Just Hanging Out?

    Just lurking? Join the club, we'd love to have you in the Big Cartoon Forum! Sign up is easy- just enter your name and password.... or join using your Facebook account!

    Membership has it's privileges... you can post and get your questions answered directly. But you can also join our community, and help other people with their questions, You can add to the discussion. And it's free! So join today!

    Dave Koch
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    Other Side Of Maleficent

    I have been looking forward to Maleficent with equal amounts of anticipation and dread. On one hand, she is easily my favorite Disney villain, so cold and so pure, and I want desperately to see more of her and her back-story. On the other hand, she is easily my favorite Disney villain, and I would hate to see her parodied, taken lightly or ultimately destroyed in a film that does not understand this great character. The good news is that this film almost gets it right; but that is also the bad news.

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    BCDB Hits 150K Entries

    It took a while, but we are finally here! The Big Cartoon DataBase hit the milestone of 150,000 entries earlier today with the addition of the cartoon The Polish Language. This film was added to BCDB on May 9th, 2014 at 4:23 PM.

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    Warner Brings Back Animated Stone-Age Family

    Funnyman Will Ferrell and partner Adam McKay are working on bringing back everyone’s favorite stone-age family. The duo’s production company Gary Sanchez Productions is in development on a new Flintstones animated feature.

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    Disney To Feast In France

    The follow up to Disney’s 2013 Academy Award Winning short Paperman has been announced, and it will premiere at France’s Annecy International Animated Film Festival. Titled The Feast, the short looks to be based on the same stylized CG techniques used on last years Paperman, a more natural and hand-drawn look to computer animation.

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    Renegades of Animation: Pat Sullivan

    Pat Sullivan became famous worldwide for his creation of Felix the Cat. What most animation histories gloss over is Sullivan’s checkered past and longtime standing as a wildcat renegade. He didn’t follow the rules. And he made damn sure to fully protect his intellectual properties.

No More Lifelines After Tomorrow.

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    emeraldisle Moderator Staff Member I SUPPORT BCDB!

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    Another era has come to an end. Tomorrow is the very last episode of "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?"

    It began in prime time 20 years ago, and was originally hosted by Regis Philbin. It ran several nights a week until it moved to weekday mornings/afternoons in a half hour format. Meredith Viera took over as host for several years, and was replaced by Cedric The Entertainer. He, in turn, was replaced by Terry Crews, and then Chris Harrison became the permanent host for the last two seasons. In all formats, contestants would answer trivia questions worth specific amounts of money. They could use lifelines, including 50/50, Phone A Friend, Ask The Audience, and occasionally, Switch The Question. There were also Three Wise Men, and Double Dip, which were used in Super Millionaire. Crystal Ball was also sometimes used, and +1 was used during the last two seasons. At first, contestants used the Hot Seat, but eventually answered questions standing up. It also inspired international versions, an online game for computers and Smart Phones, and even a movie called "Slumdog Millionaire." While very few players made it all the way to $1 million, there were others who earned $0. It was also an attraction at Walt Disney World's Hollywood Studios before it closed in 2006(it opened in 2001).

    So, will I miss "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" after the last episode tomorrow? Yes, I will, and that's my final answer.

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