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Started by a Mouse (2008)

After losing his star character, an young animator must band together with his two partners to create the most well known character in movie history.

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Clifford Parks ...
Walt Disney
Marcus Cohlan ...
Roy Disney
Lilli Shoen ...
Lillian Disney
Joel Kimmel ...
Ub Iwerks
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Pat Powers
J.D. Richardson ...
Bar Stranger
Jonathan Mitchell ...
Bartender
Dustin Skrabek ...
Wilfred Jackson
Michael Gaddie ...
Charlie Mintz
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After losing his star character, an young animator must band together with his two partners to create the most well known character in movie history.

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I only hope we never lose sight of one thing...

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Short | Drama

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21 March 2008 (USA)  »

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$10,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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The Writer/Director did almost all of the post production himself. He didn't do the final color because he is color blind. See more »

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Features The Band Concert (1935) See more »

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9 December 2009 | by See all my reviews

I doubt you've even scene more than some clips so you have no idea how the movie is. While I am open to criticism, I only listen to people who know the film. Yes I was working with a budget and had a tough time getting my sets to look the way i hoped, the story itself was extremely well researched. I may have went a little on the dramatic side on some parts but its a movie not a documentary. The acting by Parks is in my opinion as good as it gets for not only student films but short films. This was a student film, my first film and I am very proud of it and my actors and crew. For the most part they were all professional and talented. The dialog was meant to be a little cheesy considering its a Disney MOVIE. As for the "singing", that wasn't supposed to be well sung. Wait until you see the full thing before you open your mouth. I know you haven't seen it since you're in Australia and it's only been shown once in Hollywood.


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