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Michael Crawford has stated he had a terrible time singing the song "Please Wake Up" as it was a grown-up singing to a child who was on the verge of dying. He had to struggle not to cry while recording.
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The last Hanna Barbera production to ever be theatrically released.
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It was the Fox company's choice to change the title of this movie from "The Endangered" to "Once Upon a Forest". Fearing audiences would find the former title too sensitive for a children's film.
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Because of time constraints and budget limitations, over ten minutes were cut from the film before its release.
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It was David Kirschner's wife, Liz Kirschner who suggested Michael Crawford to be the voice of Cornelious.
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One of the deleted scenes featured the voice of Glenn Close, whose character was removed entirely from the final storyline.
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The scene where Abigail was dragging the comatose Michelle from her gas-invested home has the similar music background from An American Tail (1986) (the scene where Fievel was washed down in a hole as the firemen were putting out the fire near the end of the movie) and The Land Before Time (1988) (the scene after Little Foot's dying mother saves Little Foot before the earthquake).
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This was originally intended to be a made for TV movie.
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Charles Grosvenor's directorial debut.
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This for released on Japan theatrical on 2000.
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