Who here has any furry movies? Or furry related movies? I finally got a DVD copy of the old 1960's Disney's Robin Hood. That has made me very happy. ^_^
You see, as a child, that movie was my favorite. And Robin Hood was my childhood hero.
So, anyone else here have copies of old (or newish) furry movies from their childhood?
a few hanging around my house, mostly disney and all are collecting dust. I really can;t stand kiddie movies anymore, for some reason I get kinda angry if I'm forced to watch them. Though I hear Anonomous Rex was an ok movie.
No other Robin hood has ever been as sexy.
No other Robin hood has ever been as...
*FAMILY FRIENDLY FORUM!!!*
-There is no truth
I have to agree with him though. ^_^
Want to help me Build AC in SL? Email me at
Theyain_Riyu (at) Yahoo (dot) Com
Just remember that he's only a 2D sketch on animation cells.
please try not to respond to posts older than three months from the last comment. this one was three years ago
Oldie but a goodie, if you can find a copy: Rock and Rule.
Roadside Romeo scores pretty high in my book as far as a "Furry" movie.
Well animated, interesting style for the backgrounds, and various moments that went over my head but may be humorous to people that know indian culture
It's from a partnership between Disney and Yash Raj Films in India. be warned, it won't play in american DVD, Blu-ray players, or PS3s (can't say anything about XB 360s, I don't own one but I doubt that will work either) but it will play with a PC if you have VLC media player which is a free universal media player (compatible with more codecs than WMP and quicktime, not sure if macs can use it though).
Anyways, it's a good movie in my book, just make sure you remember to turn the subtitles on because the movie is about 50/50 english/hindi voice acted which I kinda found more appealing than watching in all english (but then again, I watch everything in subs instead of redubbed with foreighn films because sometimes the dubs mess up the voice acting)
(edit) misspeled Yash Raj... sorry if anyone got offended, I was really tired when I posted the original comment
There are plenty of good films with Anthropomorphic characters.
Cats Don't Dance is a favorite. Animalympics is an interesting one. More political humor of the late 70s. Rikki Tikki Tavi is another good one.
Also as Skippy said. Rock and Rule is quite fantastic.
Never heard of any of the three. I've read Kipling's story, but I don't ever remember seeing a movie based on it.
Thanks Chi! I keep forgetting a lot of stuff are on youtube.
Adding to the list. I'm going to add Wind in the Willows. The book is fantastic. Plenty of folks made films of the book.
Heck even my father took me to a play production when I was real young. Folks had full fuirsuits and all that.
That must have been nice.
@Chiaroscuro: Is the film in the Public Domain now?
Allow me to be of service.
Check out this list of movies that feature furry anthropomorphic animals: http://en.wikifur.com/wiki/Category:Movies.
Of course, that list could definitely use some more suggestions. For instance...
- Felix the Cat: The Movie. A movie that I watched in my younger years, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who grew up with the original show.
- The Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole. To be honest, I have not seen this movie yet, but it looks promising, and it has a bunch of good reviews.
- Any of the Pokémon films. Need I say more?
Also, there are two other movies that I happened to stumble upon: Cinnamon the Movie and Nezumi Monogatari: George to Gerald no Bouken (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEG2V5R5kBw). Obviously, they are both in Japanese (a language that I truly cannot comprehend, despite being a bit of an otaku). But, hey, they feature furry characters; so I think they should count.
Hope any of this helps!
BTW... This is my first time contributing to a forum on this site that was not created by me! Hooray for mindless trivia! Yay me!
I found a copy of Gay Purr-ee on VHS at a thrift store yesterday, but had little interest in it. Though if anyone REALLY wanted it, I'd snatch it up and bring it.
Maybe donate it for the charity auction/raffle?
Could work. I'll see if it's still there. And get past the awkwardness of buying one VHS tape entitled "Gay PURR-ee" featuring Judy Garland.