Disney Princess Movies before and after name changes.
"how can we improve these titles?"
Once upon a time in 1986, there was an anonymous person— though the website I dug the letter up from credits Ed Gombert— who was… less than pleased with the title change of the film The Great Mouse Detective. The film was originally Basil of Baker Street, and executives (mostly Katzenberg, if I’m not mistaken?) changed the name to avoid confusion and hopefully net a bigger profit. As a (grumpy) joke, the anonymous Feature Animation employee drafted a fake memo from the desk of the head of the department announcing the retroactive changes to the rest of the Disney canon for clarity. The letter made it into the LA Times and Katzenberg (and an innocent Peter Schneider) ended up with egg on their faces.
Cats do not like fruits
but whERE IS THE CAT GOING IN THE SECOND GIF
it’s amazing how only a few words can make your day instantly better