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Treasure Planet is a 2002 American animated science fiction action adventure film produced by Walt Disney Animation Feature and released by Walt Disney Pictures on November 27, 2002. Created by George Stone.

In this animated film, nothing will change, George Stone will be able creator of Morph, and co-director. After the filming end of the animated film, Stone began to write a novel based on this film. Perhaps the duration of this movie is 110 minutes (+ 15 minutes).

Mike Myers should voice the role of B.E.N., not Martin Short, his voice can be similar to Shrek and not only, Short get a role of Goldmember. Vic & Bob successfully played the role of Robo-Constables, the creator George Stone not bad played the role of Meltdown.

With the help of George Stone's project, the box office of this animated film improves, though not so immediately. Smith Haw will be able to draw any character for the sequel after Treasure Planet official premiere, however that can hope how much. After all, the sequel can will be canceled.

In the program The Edison Carter Show, Edison will be in the universe of this animated film, and talking with some characters and says what it is. At the next year, in the program The Max Headroom Show was shown an interview with Jim Hawkins in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl special episode, in the ending of that episode, Jim calls Max Headroom to help him get rid against Mr. Snuff.

In the Channel 4 special interview, creator of animated film George Stone says that the culture of origin is appropriate for science-fiction in 1950's. In this project, he says that there is a planet Earth, although it was inevitable and was not in the hearing of all the characters in this animated film. Although George will be able to feel that about Earth planet can get to hear even in a possible sequel.

In December 2006, Jim Hawkins became an internet meme, very better he says "What was that old salamander's name? Oh, yeah. Bones. Billy Bones?". Jim's meme from Treasure Planet may also about the politics of any country, also to justify something, about movies, video games, comic books and theme animated film.

Likes Goo Goo Dols and BBMak, Marc V. agrees to record for this film song called "I'm Lying In The Hold", which never released in Treasure Planet soundtrack, but released in soundtrack on that film.

In addition to the PlayStation 2, the video game was also released on the PC/Mac version.

Thomas Mann must be voice to 8 years-old Jim.

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