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|based on = ''Thumbelina'' by [[Hans Christian Andersen]]
 
|based on = ''Thumbelina'' by [[Hans Christian Andersen]]
 
|writer =
 
|writer =
|starring = Jodi Benson<br/>Gary Imhoff<br/>Barbara Cook<br/>Carol Channing<br/>Charo<br/>Gino Conforti<br/>Gilbert Gottfried<br/>John Hurt<br/>Joe Lynch
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|starring = [[Jodi Benson]]<br/>[[Gary Imhoff]]<br/>[[Barbara Cook]]<br/>[[Carol Channing]]<br/>[[Charo]]<br/>[[Gino Conforti]]<br/>[[Gilbert Gottfried]]<br/>[[John Hurt]]<br/>[[Joe Lynch]]
|music = Barry Manilow<br/>William Ross
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|music = [[Barry Manilow]]<br/>[[William Ross]]
 
|cinematography =
 
|cinematography =
 
|editor = Fiona Trayler
 
|editor = Fiona Trayler
|studio = Don Bluth Ireland Ltd.
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|studio = [[Don Bluth]] Ireland Ltd.
 
|distributor = [[Warner Bros. Family Entertainment]] {{small|([[Warner Bros. Pictures]])}}<!--Do not add current distributor; just only the original distributor-->
 
|distributor = [[Warner Bros. Family Entertainment]] {{small|([[Warner Bros. Pictures]])}}<!--Do not add current distributor; just only the original distributor-->
 
|release = [[March 30]], [[1994]]
 
|release = [[March 30]], [[1994]]
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With Thumbelina's mother and the fairy court in attendance, Thumbelina and Cornelius are married and depart on their honeymoon on Cornelius's bumblebee. Images shown during the credits reveal that Beetle resumed his singing career and had gotten his wings back, Ms. Fieldmouse married Mr. Mole, and Grundel also survived the fall with minor injuries and married a female toad (implying that he lost interest in Thumbelina).
 
With Thumbelina's mother and the fairy court in attendance, Thumbelina and Cornelius are married and depart on their honeymoon on Cornelius's bumblebee. Images shown during the credits reveal that Beetle resumed his singing career and had gotten his wings back, Ms. Fieldmouse married Mr. Mole, and Grundel also survived the fall with minor injuries and married a female toad (implying that he lost interest in Thumbelina).
 
==Voice cast==
 
==Voice cast==
*Jodi Benson as Thumbelina
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*[[Jodi Benson]] as [[Thumbelina (character)|Thumbelina]]
*Gary Imhoff as Prince Cornelius
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*[[Gary Imhoff]] as [[Prince Cornelius]]
*Joe Lynch as Grundel
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*[[Joe Lynch]] as [[Grundel]]
*Gino Conforti as Jacquimo
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*[[Gino Conforti]] as [[Jacquimo]]
*Gilbert Gottfried as Berkeley Beetle
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*[[Gilbert Gottfried]] as [[Berkeley Beetle]]
*John Hurt as Mr. Mole
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*[[John Hurt]] as [[Mr. Mole]]
*Carol Channing as Ms. Fieldmouse
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*[[Carol Channing]] as [[Ms. Fieldmouse]]
*Kenneth Mars as King Colbert (Prince Cornelius's father)
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*[[Kenneth Mars]] as [[King Colbert and Queen Tabitha|King Colbert]] (Prince Cornelius's father)
*June Foray as Queen Tabitha (Prince Cornelius's mother)
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*[[June Foray]] as [[King Colbert and Queen Tabitha|Queen Tabitha]] (Prince Cornelius's mother)
*Charo as Mrs. Toad
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*[[Charo]] as [[Mrs. Toad]]
*Barbara Cook as Thumbelina's Mother
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*[[Barbara Cook]] as [[Mother (Thumbelina)|Mother]]
*Will Ryan as Hero/Reverend Rat; The Goat (uncredited)
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*[[Will Ryan]] as [[Hero (Thumbelina)|Hero]]/[[Reverend Rat]]; [[Farm Animals (Thumbelina)|The Goat]] (uncredited)
*Danny Mann as Mozo
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*[[Danny Mann]] as [[Mozo and Gringo|Mozo]]
*Loren Lester as Gringo
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*[[Loren Lester]] as [[Mozo and Gringo|Gringo]]
*Pat Musick as Mrs. Rabbit
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*[[Pat Musick]] as [[Mrs. Rabbit and Mr. Fox|Mrs. Rabbit]]
*Neil Ross as Mr. Bear/Mr. Fox
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*[[Neil Ross]] as [[Mr. Bear]]/[[Li'l Bee, Gnatty, & Baby Bug|Mr. Fox]]
*Tony Jay as the Bull
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*[[Tony Jay]] as the [[Farm Animals (Thumbelina)|Bull]]
*Tawny Sunshine Glover as Gnatty
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*[[Tawny Sunshine Glover]] as [[Li'l Bee, Gnatty, & Baby Bug|Gnatty]]
*Michael Nunes as Li'l Bee
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*[[Michael Nunes]] as [[Li'l Bee, Gnatty, & Baby Bug|Li'l Bee]]
*Kendall Cunningham as Baby Bug
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*[[Kendall Cunningham]] as [[Li'l Bee, Gnatty, & Baby Bug|Baby Bug]]
 
*Stevie Vallance as chorus singer (uncredited)
 
*Stevie Vallance as chorus singer (uncredited)
 
==Music==
 
==Music==
 
{{main|Thumbelina (soundtrack)}}
 
{{main|Thumbelina (soundtrack)}}
 
Barry Manilow agreed to compose the songs for three Don Bluth pictures. Thumbelina was the first, followed by The Pebble and the Penguin, and the third was canceled. The film's soundtrack was released for a limited time and has since gone out of print. "Marry the Mole" won a Razzie for Worst Original Song.
 
Barry Manilow agreed to compose the songs for three Don Bluth pictures. Thumbelina was the first, followed by The Pebble and the Penguin, and the third was canceled. The film's soundtrack was released for a limited time and has since gone out of print. "Marry the Mole" won a Razzie for Worst Original Song.
*"Follow Your Heart" (Intro) - Jacquimo
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*"[[Follow Your Heart]]" (Intro) - Jacquimo
*"Thumbelina" - Thumbelina, Farm Animals
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*"[[Thumbelina (song)|Thumbelina]]" - Thumbelina, Farm Animals
*"Soon" - Thumbelina
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*"[[Soon]]" - Thumbelina
*"Let Me Be Your Wings" - Cornelius, Thumbelina
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*"[[Let Me Be Your Wings]]" - Cornelius, Thumbelina
*"On the Road" - Mrs. Toad, Thumbelina, Singers de Espana (Los Sapos Guapos)
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*"[[On the Road]]" - Mrs. Toad, Thumbelina, Singers de Espana (Los Sapos Guapos)
*"Follow Your Heart" - Jacquimo, Jitterbugs, Birds
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*"[[Follow Your Heart]]" - Jacquimo, Jitterbugs, Birds
*"Yer Beautiful, Baby"- Berkeley Beetle, Beetle Chorus
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*"[[Yer Beautiful, Baby]]"- Berkeley Beetle, Beetle Chorus
*"Soon (Reprise)" - Thumbelina's Mother
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*"[[Soon]] (Reprise)" - Thumbelina's Mother
*"Let Me Be Your Wings (Sun Reprise)" - Thumbelina
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*"[[Let Me Be Your Wings]] (Sun Reprise)" - Thumbelina
*"Marry the Mole" - Ms. Fieldmouse
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*"[[Marry the Mole]]" - Ms. Fieldmouse
*"Let Me Be Your Wings (Wedding Reprise)" - Cornelius
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*"[[Let Me Be Your Wings]] (Wedding Reprise)" - Cornelius
*"Let Me Be Your Wings" (Reprise) - Thumbelina, Cornelius, Jacquimo
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*"[[Let Me Be Your Wings]]" (Finale) - Thumbelina, Cornelius, Jacquimo and chorus
*"Let Me Be Your Wings" - Barry Manilow & Debra Byrd
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*"[[Let Me Be Your Wings]]" - Barry Manilow & Debra Byrd
 
==Production==
 
==Production==
''Thumbelina'' was in production from February 1991 to May 1993. The film was completed with funds from filmmaker John Boorman and Hong Kong-based Media Assets after Don Bluth Entertainment filed for bankruptcy.
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''Thumbelina'' was in production from February [[1991]] to May [[1993]]. The film was completed with funds from filmmaker John Boorman and Hong Kong-based Media Assets after Don Bluth Entertainment filed for bankruptcy.
   
It was originally scheduled to be distributed by [[Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer]] in the United States and J&M Entertainment overseas, and was also originally slated for a Thanksgiving 1993 release. By the time it was completed, both companies dropped the arrangement due to concerns about the bankruptcy of Bluth's studio. [[Warner Bros.]] subsequently bought the distribution rights in March 1993.
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It was originally scheduled to be distributed by [[Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer]] in the United States and J&M Entertainment overseas, and was also originally slated for a Thanksgiving [[1993]] release. By the time it was completed, both companies dropped the arrangement due to concerns about the bankruptcy of Bluth's studio. [[Warner Bros.]] subsequently bought the distribution rights in March [[1993]].
 
==Reception==
 
==Reception==
 
===Box office===
 
===Box office===
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''Thumbelina'' was released the following year on [[March 30]], [[1994]] in the USA. When released, it was preceded by the ''[[Animaniacs]]'' short music, I'm Mad.
 
''Thumbelina'' was released the following year on [[March 30]], [[1994]] in the USA. When released, it was preceded by the ''[[Animaniacs]]'' short music, I'm Mad.
 
===Home media===
 
===Home media===
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Warner Home Video released ''Thumbelina'' on VHS and LaserDisc on [[July 26]], [[1994]] in the United States and Canada, and internationally in different countries throughout the 1990s. The film was re-released on VHS in the United Kingdom in March [[1995]].
 
Warner Home Video released ''Thumbelina'' on VHS and LaserDisc on [[July 26]], [[1994]] in the United States and Canada, and internationally in different countries throughout the 1990s. The film was re-released on VHS in the United Kingdom in March [[1995]].
   
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''Thumbelina'' was available to stream on [[w:c:disney:Disney+|Disney+]] when the service launched on [[November 12]], [[2019]].
 
''Thumbelina'' was available to stream on [[w:c:disney:Disney+|Disney+]] when the service launched on [[November 12]], [[2019]].
 
 
==Transcript==
 
==Transcript==
 
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*This is the first [[Warner Bros. Family Entertainment]] animated film to have musical numbers.
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*This is the first [[Don Bluth]]'s animated film to be distributed by [[Warner Bros. Pictures]] under the [[Warner Bros. Family Entertainment]] banner to have musical numbers.
 
*This film is not part of [[Warner Archive Collection]] video releases.
 
*This film is not part of [[Warner Archive Collection]] video releases.
*This is the second time in which Jodi Benson, Kenneth Mars and Will Ryan appeared in a film adaption of a fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson, the first being in ''The Little Mermaid'', in which these respective actors voiced Ariel, King Triton, and the seahorse, respectively.
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*This is the second time in which [[Jodi Benson]], [[Kenneth Mars]] and [[Will Ryan]] appeared in a film adaption of a fairy tale by [[Hans Christian Andersen]], the first being in ''[[w:c:disney:The Little Mermaid|The Little Mermaid]]'', in which these respective actors voiced Ariel, King Triton, and the seahorse, respectively.
 
*This is, by far, the first animated film to be nominated for a Golden Raspberry Award and the first animated film to win a Golden Raspberry Award for worst in film; it won it for the song "Marry the Mole" in the category "Worst Original Song."
 
*This is, by far, the first animated film to be nominated for a Golden Raspberry Award and the first animated film to win a Golden Raspberry Award for worst in film; it won it for the song "Marry the Mole" in the category "Worst Original Song."
 
*During its theatrical release, it was released with the Animaniacs short "I'm Mad", which was later integrated into the TV series.
 
*During its theatrical release, it was released with the Animaniacs short "I'm Mad", which was later integrated into the TV series.
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*The female toad had only one son.
 
*The female toad had only one son.
 
*Fish cut the water lily and a butterfly helped Thumbelina to drift in the river until the beetle caught her.
 
*Fish cut the water lily and a butterfly helped Thumbelina to drift in the river until the beetle caught her.
===Cultural references from the films===
 
====Films in the same name====
 
=====1964 Sovietic animated film=====
 
=====1978 Japanese anime film=====
 
=====1992 GoodTimes Platinum Series film=====
 
=====''The Adventures of Tom Thumb and Thumbelina''=====
 
=====''Barbie: Thumbelina''=====
 
===Cultural references from the television===
 
====''Faerie Tale Theatre''====
 
====''Thumbelina: A Magical Story''====
 
====''Oyayubihime (Thumb Princess)''====
 
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
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I wonder if there really are such things as fairies.
―Thumbelina

Thumbelina is a 1994 American animated film directed by Don Bluth and Gary Goldman from a screenplay by Bluth based on Hans Christian Andersen's Thumbelina. The film was produced by Don Bluth Entertainment and was released to movie theaters by Warner Bros. Family Entertainment on March 30, 1994 in United States and July 29, 1994 in United Kingdom.

Plot

A lonely old woman who longs for a child is given a seed by a good witch. When planted, the seed grows into a flower, and inside the blossom is a tiny girl the size of the old woman's thumb. The old woman names the girl Thumbelina and raises her as her own.

Although Thumbelina loves her mother, she craves companionship from someone her own size. One night, Cornelius, the fairy prince, stumbles upon Thumbelina after hearing her beautiful singing. The two take a ride on Cornelius' bumblebee, and fall in love; during this ride Mrs. Toad and her son Grundel are enchanted by Thumbelina's singing. Cornelius promises to return the next day, but after he's gone, Mrs. Toad kidnaps Thumbelina from her bed and takes her away.

Thumbelina awakens on Mrs. Toad's show boat. Mrs. Toad wants Thumbelina to join their troupe and marry Grundel, who is in love with her. They leave Thumbelina alone on a lily pad in order to fetch a priest, but a friendly swallow, Jacquimo (the narrator of the film), overhears Thumbelina's cries for help and frees her. Jacquimo's friends, the jitterbugs, promise to help Thumbelina get home safely while Jacquimo sets off to find Cornelius. Meanwhile, Cornelius learns of Thumbelina's kidnapping and ventures out to find her.

While trying to get home, Thumbelina is ambushed by Berkeley Beetle, who scares the jitterbugs away. He is enamoured with her singing, and promises to show her the way home if she sings at his Beetle Ball first. Thumbelina agrees, but when she's received poorly at the Beetle Ball, Beetle kicks her out without helping her.

Winter is approaching. Jacquimo accidentally impales his wing on a thorn and is knocked out by the cold, while Cornelius falls into a lake and is frozen in ice. Grundel, who is still searching for Thumbelina, finds Beetle and forces him to help find Thumbelina.

Thumbelina is taken in by Miss Fieldmouse, who tells her that Cornelius has died. The two visit Miss Fieldmouse's neighbor, Mr. Mole who tells them about a dead bird he found in his tunnel earlier that day. It turns out to be Jacquimo, who Thumbelina discovers to be only unconscious. Mr. Mole wishes to marry Thumbelina; heartbroken over Cornelius's death, Thumbelina accepts. Jacquimo awakens under Thumbelina's care and leaves to find Cornelius, refusing to believe that he is dead. Meanwhile, Beetle brings Cornelius's frozen body to Grundel and informs him that Thumbelina is going to marry the Mole. After the two leave to stop the wedding, the young jitterbugs thaw Cornelius's body out.

At the wedding, Thumbelina realizes at the last moment that she can't marry someone she does not love and refuses to take the vows. Grundel and Beetle crash the wedding, but Thumbelina flees from them and Mr. Mole. Cornelius intercepts the crowd and confronts Grundel, the ensuing fight resulting in them both falling into an abyss. Once outside and free, Thumbelina is reunited with Jacquimo, who takes her to Cornelius' kingdom, the Vale of the Fairies. Cornelius appears, having survived the fall, the pair are reunited, and Thumbelina accepts his proposal of marriage. The two kiss, and Thumbelina is granted her own wings.

With Thumbelina's mother and the fairy court in attendance, Thumbelina and Cornelius are married and depart on their honeymoon on Cornelius's bumblebee. Images shown during the credits reveal that Beetle resumed his singing career and had gotten his wings back, Ms. Fieldmouse married Mr. Mole, and Grundel also survived the fall with minor injuries and married a female toad (implying that he lost interest in Thumbelina).

Voice cast

Music

Main article: Thumbelina (soundtrack)

Barry Manilow agreed to compose the songs for three Don Bluth pictures. Thumbelina was the first, followed by The Pebble and the Penguin, and the third was canceled. The film's soundtrack was released for a limited time and has since gone out of print. "Marry the Mole" won a Razzie for Worst Original Song.

Production

Thumbelina was in production from February 1991 to May 1993. The film was completed with funds from filmmaker John Boorman and Hong Kong-based Media Assets after Don Bluth Entertainment filed for bankruptcy.

It was originally scheduled to be distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in the United States and J&M Entertainment overseas, and was also originally slated for a Thanksgiving 1993 release. By the time it was completed, both companies dropped the arrangement due to concerns about the bankruptcy of Bluth's studio. Warner Bros. subsequently bought the distribution rights in March 1993.

Reception

Box office

The film grossed $11.4 million at the US box office, against a budget of $28 million.

Critical reception

Critical response aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a 25% approval rating based on 8 reviews, with an average score of 5.2 out of 10.

Roger Ebert giving the film a middling two stars out of four, concluding his review "It is difficult to imagine anyone over the age of 12 finding much to enjoy in Thumbelina."

It also won a Razzie award in the category of "Worst Original Song" given to "Marry the Mole", sung by the vocal performance of Carol Channing.

Release

Thumbelina was released the following year on March 30, 1994 in the USA. When released, it was preceded by the Animaniacs short music, I'm Mad.

Home media

Main article: Thumbelina (video)

Warner Home Video released Thumbelina on VHS and LaserDisc on July 26, 1994 in the United States and Canada, and internationally in different countries throughout the 1990s. The film was re-released on VHS in the United Kingdom in March 1995.

In February 19, 2002, Thumbelina was re-released on VHS and DVD; by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. On March 6, 2012, Thumbelina was released on Blu-ray.

The film's rights ownership, along with A Troll in Central Park and the non-US rights to The Pebble and the Penguin are currently held by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment since 2006. As of March 20, 2019, the film rights are still owned by Fox (with Walt Disney Studios deal), which had obtained the film rights from Warner Bros. in the early-2000s. The film rights by Fox will be expired.

Thumbelina was available to stream on Disney+ when the service launched on November 12, 2019.

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Gallery

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Trivia

  • This is the first Don Bluth's animated film to be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures under the Warner Bros. Family Entertainment banner to have musical numbers.
  • This film is not part of Warner Archive Collection video releases.
  • This is the second time in which Jodi Benson, Kenneth Mars and Will Ryan appeared in a film adaption of a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen, the first being in The Little Mermaid, in which these respective actors voiced Ariel, King Triton, and the seahorse, respectively.
  • This is, by far, the first animated film to be nominated for a Golden Raspberry Award and the first animated film to win a Golden Raspberry Award for worst in film; it won it for the song "Marry the Mole" in the category "Worst Original Song."
  • During its theatrical release, it was released with the Animaniacs short "I'm Mad", which was later integrated into the TV series.
  • Despite the film being a financial failure it has developed a cult following, and is sometimes called one of Don Bluth's better 90 films.
  • In his review of the film, Roger Ebert said that there was hardly anything to enjoy. He rated it 2 & 1/2 stars out of 4.
  • This is the first Don Bluth film to be shot in widescreen using the aspect ratio 1.78:1, it is cropped to 1.85:1 on the first DVD from Warner Bros. and on the 20th Century Fox DVD release.
  • Like The Pebble and the Penguin, Thumbelina featured songs composed by Bary Manillow and was broadcast on the Toon Disney.
  • Thumbelina was the first movie made by Don Bluth that was never broadcast on Cartoon Network.
  • Thumbelina was also shown on Sprout (now known as Universal Kids) in 2015.
  • The producers generated positive ratings during test screenings by playing the Warner Bros. logo at the beginning, making viewers think they were watching a Fox movie. Ironically, this film has been still owned by Fox with Disney's deal since March 20, 2019, exactly 10 days before its 25th anniversary.

Differences between the book and the film

  • Thumbelina was born in a tulip.
  • The female toad had only one son.
  • Fish cut the water lily and a butterfly helped Thumbelina to drift in the river until the beetle caught her.

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Live-Action films: Dennis the Menace Strikes Again | Addams Family Reunion | Richie Rich's Christmas Wish | Ace Ventura Jr.: Pet Detective | Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins | Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster | Free Willy: Escape from Pirate's Cove

Scooby-Doo films: Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island | Scooby-Doo! and the Witch's Ghost | Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders | Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase | Scooby-Doo! and the Legend of the Vampire | Scooby-Doo! and the Monster of Mexico | Scooby-Doo! and the Loch Ness Monster | Aloha, Scooby-Doo! | Scooby-Doo! in Where's My Mummy? | Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy! | Chill Out, Scooby-Doo! | Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur | Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery
Looney Tunes films: Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation | Tweety's High-Flying Adventure | Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas | Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run
Other films: The Snow Queen | The Snow Queen's Revenge | The Mighty Kong | Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero | Wakko's Wish | Dexter's Laboratory: Ego Trip | Millionaire Dogs | The Scarecrow | Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker | Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns | The Little Polar Bear: Lars and the Little Tiger | The Little Polar Bear: The Dream of Flying | The Little Polar Bear: Nanouk's Rescue | Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman | ¡Mucha Lucha!: The Return of El Maléfico | The Little Polar Bear: A Visitor from the South Pole | Nine Dog Christmas | Kangaroo Jack: G'Day U.S.A.! | Laura's Christmas Star

Notable television shows
Tiny Toon Adventures | Taz-Mania | Batman: The Animated Series | The Plucky Duck Show | The Little Polar Bear | Animaniacs | Free Willy | Freakazoid! | Pinky and the Brain |

The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries | Road Rovers | Superman: The Animated Series | Waynehead | The Legend of Calamity Jane | The New Batman Adventures | The New Batman/Superman Adventures | Histeria! | Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain | Batman Beyond | Detention | Static Shock | Justice League | The Zeta Project | Baby Looney Tunes | Laura's Star | ¡Mucha Lucha! | Ozzy & Drix | What's New, Scooby-Doo? | The Little Polar Bear | Duck Dodgers | Teen Titans | Xiaolin Showdown | The Batman | Justice League Unlimited | Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island | Johnny Test | Firehouse Tales | Krypto the Superdog | Loonatics Unleashed | Legion of Super Heroes | Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue! | Tom and Jerry Tales


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1916: Robinson Crusoe

1918: My Four Years in Germany · Kaiser's Finish
1919: Open Your Eyes · Beware! · Speed

1920s
1920: The Tiger Band · The Lost City · Parted Curtains

1921: Miracles of the Jungle · School Days · Why Girls Leave Home · Ashamed of Parents
1922: Your Best Friend · Rags to Riches · A Dangerous Adventure · The Beautiful and Damned · Heroes of the Street
1923: Brass · The Tie That Binds · Little Church Around the Corner · Main Street · Where the North Begins · Little Johnny Jones · The Printer's Devil · The Gold Diggers · The Country Kid · Lucretia Lombard · Tiger Rose
1924: Conductor 1492 · George Washington Jr. · Daddies · The Marriage Circle · Beau Brummel · How to Educate a Wife · Broadway After Dark · Babbitt · Being Respectable · Her Marriage Vow · Cornered · Lover's Lane · The Tenth Woman · Find Your Man · Three Women · This Woman · The Age of Innocence · The Lover of Camille · The Dark Swan · The Lighthouse by the Sea · A Lost Lady
1925: The Bridge of Sighs · The Narrow Street · On Thin Ice · A Broadway Butterfly · Recompense · My Wife and I · The Man Without a Conscience · Eve's Lover · Tracked in the Snow Country · How Baxter Butted In · Kiss Me Again · The Woman Hater · The Limited Mail · The Wife Who Wasn't Wanted · His Majesty, Bunker Bean · Below the Line · The Man on the Box · Compromise · Bobbed Hair · Red Hot Tires · Seven Sinners · Satan in Sables · Rose of the World · The Clash of the Wolves · Three Weeks in Paris · Hogan's Alley · Pleasure Buyers · Lady Windermere's Fan
1926: The Fighting Edge · His Jazz Bride · The Sea Beast · The Man Upstairs · The Golden Cocoon · The Caveman · The Love Toy · Bride of the Storm · The Night Cry · Why Girls Go Back Home · The Little Irish Girl · Oh! What a Nurse! · The Gilded Highway · Other Women's Husbands · The Sap · Hell-Bent for Heaven · Silken Shackles · The Social Highwayman · Footloose Widows · The Passionate Quest · A Hero of the Big Snows · So This Is Paris · Don Juan · Broken Hearts of Hollywood · The Honeymoon Express · Millionaires · Across the Pacific · My Official Wife · The Better 'Ole · Private Izzy Murphy · While London Sleeps · The Third Degree
1927: Finger Prints · Wolf's Clothing · The Fortune Hunter · Don't Tell the Wife · Hills of Kentucky · The Gay Old Bird · White Flannels · What Every Girl Should Know · Matinee Ladies · Bitter Apples · The Brute · Tracked by the Police · The Climbers · Irish Hearts · The Missing Link · A Million Bid · Simple Sis · The Black Diamond Express · Dearie · What Happened to Father? · The Heart of Maryland · The Bush Leaguer · When a Man Loves · The Desired Woman · Slightly Used · Old San Francisco · Jaws of Steel · One-Round Hogan · The First Auto · A Sailor's Sweetheart · The Jazz Singer · Sailor Izzy Murphy · The College Widow · A Reno Divorce · A Dog of the Regiment · Good Time Charley · The Silver Slave · The Girl from Chicago · Ginsberg the Great · Brass Knuckles · If I Were Single · Ham and Eggs at the Front · Husbands for Rent
1928: Beware of Married Men · A Race for Life · The Little Snob · Across the Atlantic · Powder My Back · Tenderloin · Domestic Troubles · The Crimson City · Rinty of the Desert · Glorious Betsy · Pay as You Enter · The Lion And The Mouse · Five and Ten Cent Annie · Lights of New York · Women They Talk About · Caught in the Fog · State Street Sadie · The Midnight Taxi · The Terror · Night Watch · Waterfront · The Singing Fool · Show Girl · Do Your Duty · Land of the Silver Fox · Lilac Time · Beware of Bachelors · Noah's Ark · The Home Towners · The Haunted House · Outcast · On Trial · Adoration · The Little Wildcat · The Barker · My Man (1928 film) · Conquest · The Ware Case
1929: Synthetic Sin · Cheyenne · Scarlet Seas · Fancy Baggage · Seven Footprints to Satan · Stark Mad · His Captive Woman · The Greyhound Limited · The Million Dollar Collar · Weary River · The Redeeming Sin · The Lawless Legion · The Royal Rider · Stolen Kisses · Why Be Good? · Children of the Ritz · Saturday's Children · One Stolen Night · Kid Gloves · Queen of the Night Clubs · Love and the Devil · Hardboiled Rose · The Divine Lady · No Defense · The Desert Song · Sonny Boy · Frozen River · From Headquarters · House of Horror · Glad Rag Doll · Hot Stuff · The Squall · Two Weeks Off · Prisoners · The Flying Scotsman · Careers · Madonna of Avenue A · The Girl in the Glass Cage · The Gamblers · Broadway Babies · The Man and the Moment · The Time, The Place And The Girl · On with the Show · Twin Beds · Drag · Smiling Irish Eyes · Hard to Get · The Hottentot · Dark Streets · The Argyle Case · Say It with Songs · Her Private Life · Gold Diggers of Broadway · Honky Tonk · In the Headlines · Fast Life · Skin Deep · Hearts in Exile · The Careless Age · The Great Divide · A Most Immoral Lady · The Isle of Lost Ships · So Long Letty · Is Everybody Happy? · Young Nowheres · The Girl from Woolworth's · Disraeli · Paris · Footlights and Fools · The Sap · The Forward Pass · Little Johnny Jones · The Sacred Flame · The Painted Angel · Evidence · The Love Racket · The Aviator · Tiger Rose · The Show of Shows · Wedding Rings

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