Fraidy Cat (cancelled Disney animated film; 2004-2005)
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Fraidy Cat is a cancelled Disney film that was directed by John Musker and Ron Clements. Character and background designs were done by Andreas Deja, Harald Siepermann, and Hans Bacher. The movie was to be released in 2009, but was shelved in 2005. It was allegedly a satire of a Hitchcock noir film.
The initial story-reel was presented in May 2004, but David Stainton, then president of Walt Disney Feature Animation, wouldn't agree to release the movie because he did not see it as marketable to a general audience.
The film details the adventures of Oscar, a cat, and Corina, a cockatoo. They're two spoiled pets that live an easy life in their owner's London flat until a fellow neighborhood pet is kidnapped and Oscar is the prime suspect. The two set off on a mission to find out the real culprit in order to clear Oscar's name.
To this day it is unknown how far production got, but what has surfaced of the movie is concept art.
- Disney Wikia article about the film. Retrieved 18 March '16.