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'I Will Get You!' is a 79-minutes 1967 American animated comedy feature film produced by Walt Disney and originally released to theaters on May 10, 1967 by Buena Vista Distribution.

Synopsis

The Hero Kangaroo named Piravte Skip have to Save all World's Animals from made into pies by Mr. Twiddles (The Main Villain and Chubby employmee of Food and clothing company Myxomatoasties, Inc.)

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So the Animals Escaped on the Winged Ark which was built themselves to Escape, but Mr. Twiddles Chase and Grabed the Rope of the Ark, who climbs it while Piravte Skip's Love Interest Sally Kangaroo races to sever it, managing to cut the Rope, sending Mr. Twiddles into the his pie machine at his Factory, getting stuck in the safety valve, causing the machine to build pressure in its gravy line and explode. The Animal continue their flight to freedom, His Wife told him the Animals organised, Mr. Twiddles Growls angrily in Outrage before his Phone call from his Company to Come over to see his Boss who sacked Mr. Twiddles, Meanwhile the Animals found Australia for Settlement, Piravte Skip and Sally Kangaroo who got both Married in their Wedding

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Designs

the Main Villain Mr. Twiddles was Same design inspired by John Culhane before designed to Mr. Snoops for the Rescuers (1977)

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Production

Starts the Production on May 2, 1966 among with an Another Disney animated film The Jungle Book

Walt Disney 1946

I Will Get You was one of the final animated films (along with The Jungle Book) produced by Walt Disney before his death in 1966.

I Will Get you was also marks the last animated film from the company to have Disney's personal touches, before his death on December 15, 1966.

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Theatrical Releases

when I Will Get You and The Jungle Book was Prepared to release as both Double feature on Christmas, 1966, However Disney died on December 15th, so they Seperate two films, one I Will Get You on May, 1967 and The Jungle Book on October, 1967

It was released on released in May 1967, just 5 months after Walt's death. Some copies were in a double feature with Into the Core of Earth

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Legacies

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Trivia

  • When his Boss sacked Mr. Twiddles, Mr. Twiddles falls into a Trapdoor and Ends up stuck in a Trash can with other employmees stuck in their Trash cans too

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