The Land Before Time and Oliver & Company bowed on the same day, and both films found an audience, popularity and a connection with filmgoers.
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In our final phase upon the subject of automatons in animation, we move back to the silver screen, for an “upgrade” into feature films.
It was the first animated feature made with Don Bluth in sole control without input from Amblin since The Secret of NIMH over seven years earlier.
A perfect time to look back at the film that showed that competition in animation was most definitely a healthy thing.