Opus the Penguin, amoung his other problems, always felt inadequate by his being "aerodynamicly impaired". Together, with Bill the Cat he tries doggedly to overcome that weakness, all without success. It is only on Christmas Eve that Opus learns what worth his natural abilities are. Written by
Kenneth Chisholm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
During the production of Hook
(1991), executive producer Steven Spielberg
decided to utilize lead actors Robin Williams
(The Kiwi) and Dustin Hoffman
(The Cockroach) to record (in what little time he had) their voice-over work in a small studio. This is why both A-list stars were available for this animated special. It is also the reason why the quality of their voice recordings isn't as clear as the rest of the cast. See more
The cockpit window in the Lost Horizon dream doesn't match the cockpit window that's inside Opus's cockpit. See more
Why don't penguins have wings that work?
[holding out his hand
This, you call this a wing? This is a bad joke, this is built in obsolescence, I'm an insult, I might as well be a dung beetle or a fly infested, worm infused, molded mildewed scrap of rotten banana!... or a network executive.
After the credits, we see Truffles yelling up at Opus "Don't get cocky up there!" before Opus' prothstetic buttocks falls on him. See more
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