Titanic: La Leggenda Continua (found original Italian dub of animated film; 2000)
Titanic: The Legend Goes On (Titanic: La Leggenda Continua) is an infamous Italian animated feature film written and directed by Camillo Teti, and was released in 2000. It is notorious for being considered one of the worst animated films of all time because of its clunky animation, poor lip syncing, the infamous "Party Time" sequence, characters plagiarized from other animated films (the most clear example being three geese taken straight from Disney's The Aristocats), three mice being racist Mexican caricatures, and more.
Based on the true event of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, it is known for its bizarre storyline and characters; generally viewed as a "so bad it's good" movie, it is often made fun of by Internet reviewers.
Unusually, two versions of the English dub have been made. One is an "uncut" version that is the rarest of the two, and the other, more well-known version, is an edited version that cuts and rearranges various scenes, and changes some songs, including the change from Fritz's rap number "Viva Fritz" to the very infamous "Party Time".
Though both versions are available in their entirety on the Internet, the original Italian version (Titanic: La Leggenda Continua) isn't. Parts of the Italian version may have been on YouTube before being deleted. "Viva Fritz" was not taken down however, and can be seen below.
On January 26th, 2019, LMW user Clippit 97 discovered the original Italian dub by using a downloader that could download copyright-striked YouTube videos, and as it turns out, the Italian dub of the movie had been on YouTube at one point. It was then uploaded to Google Drive.
- A list of the 50 worst children's movies. Retrieved 06 Feb '19
- The full Italian dub of Titanic: The Legend Goes On on Google Drive. Retrieved 07 Feb '19