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(2006)

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Loosely based on George Orwell's novel "Animal Farm".
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This film's reels were shipped to theaters under the codename "Tipping".
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(At around forty-three minutes) When the farmer is knocked out, Otis gives him a copy of the book Charlotte's Web (2006) by E.B. White, the basis for the next Nickelodeon movie.
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(At around seventeen minutes) During a hoedown, the barnyard animals throw darts at the face of Colonel Sanders (of Kentucky Fried Chicken fame) pinned to a dartboard.
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Daisy the cow has a mark on her stomach in the shape of a daisy, hence her name.
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This is the first Nickelodeon Movies' computer-animated film to be rated PG by the MPAA.
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This is Daisy's only appearance. She is then replaced with a more tomboyish girl cow named Abby on Back at the Barnyard (2007) since Daisy failed to make anymore appearances.
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The job of composing the score was offered to John Powell but he turned it down for unknown reasons Randy Newman was assigned as this film's composer but he turned it down as well so this film was instead composed by John Debney.
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Danny Glover's third animated film after Antz (1998) and The Prince of Egypt (1998) both of which are made by DreamWorks Animation unlike this film which is made by Nickelodeon Movies.
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Nickelodeon Movies' last animated film until Rango (2011), though it is the last animated film from Nickelodeon Movies to be released in the 2000s.
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Kevin James' second animated film. The first being Monster House (2006).
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Otis is one of two protagonists to have a mouse as a friend. The other is Horton the Elephant from Horton Hears a Who (2008).
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Originally Billy Crystal was going to have a role in the film he would have voiced one of the farm animals.
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The male bovines having udders was explained in the October 2006 issue of Nickelodeon's official magazine, "Nick Magazine". In the letters page, one reader asked about the anatomically-incorrect bovine, and whether or not it was intentional or not, and the magazine explained that Writer and Director Steve Oedekerk "thought it would be funny for the male cows (bulls) to have udders."
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The twelfth computer-animated film to be rated PG by the MPAA after Antz (1998), Dinosaur (2000), Shrek (2001), Ice Age (2002), Shark Tale (2004), The Incredibles (2004), Robots (2005), Madagascar (2005), Hoodwinked (2005), Over the Hedge (2006), and Monster House (2006).
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Tino Insana's second animated film after Tom and Jerry: The Movie (1992). It was also his last before his death in 2017.
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Rob Paulsen, Cam Clarke, S. Scott Bullock, Maurice LaMarche, Danny Mann, Sherry Lynn, Maddie Taylor, Jess Harnell, David Cowgill, Nika Futterman, Bill Farmer, Carlos Alazraqui, Keith Ferguson, Fred Tatasciore, Mona Marshall, Kyle Hebert, Patrick Seitz, Laraine Newman, Eileen Galindo, Dee Bradley Baker, Jason Marsden, and Frank Welker are the only non-celebrity talents in the film.
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This is David Koechner's second family-friendly Nickelodeon Movies film, the first being Yours, Mine & Ours (2005).
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When Otis is trying to figure out what knocked the farmer out, he tried to make it look like an apple fell on his head. This is relating to Sir Isaac Newton, when he discovered gravity.
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