Treasure Planet (2002)
the Disney movie is an animated version of this obscure Italian miniseries - both retell the tale of Treasure Island in a space setting, retaining most of the characters and situations from the original novel
John Silver bears a strong resemblance to Wallace Beery, who played Long John Silver in the 1934 version.
Jim is told his ship is docked at the "Second berth on the right" a reference to a line in "Peter Pan" for directions to Neverland: "Second star on the right, and straight on 'til morning!"
Dr. Doppler says, "Dang it, Jim, I'm an astronomer, not a doctor!"; this is a reference to Dr. McCoy's running line, "I'm a doctor, not a ...!"
When Silver's crew discovers the treasure one of them says, "We're going to need a bigger boat."
B.E.N.'s Travolta-esque pose near the end.
(Giant boulder in supernova sequence)
Stitch toy in Jim's room
VHS tape on television stand during the news broadcast at the end of the movie.
Jumba's reaction while looking at the black hole is similar to Doctor Doppler's reaction to the black hole.
Director Koolhoven has said he looked at the opening of Treasure Planet for Oorlogswinter and pointed out he was inspired by RL Stevenson's character John Silver.
Listed as a financial failure after the Disney Animated Renaissance
A Disney film that would later use the Deep Canvas technique used in Tarzan.
billboard ad seen
Another traditionally animated film that was a financial failure.
Unlockable concept art shows an unused idea for a Long John Silver inspired version of Petetronic
The Nostalgia Chick criticizes Disney films
Emma Thompson's role mentioned.
Morph toy in background
John Silver is seen among Pirate Captain's "competition".
reviewed + footage used
Clips of Long John Silver and Scroop shown.
Film is talked about, clips shown.