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Uploaded on Nov 24, 2011

NOTE (7/6/2013): WOW, how did this video ever get so popular??!?! This is by far my most popular upload but I'm REALLY not sure why. When I made this video I thought it was kind of ugly, and never in a million years did I think this would turn out as popular as it did. So I have to say... THANK YOU ALL FOR SUPPORTING ME AND LIKING THIS SO MUCH!!! ... even though I'm not sure why you guys chose THIS video to be my most popular *laughs*

EDIT: I will NO LONGER be answering comments that ask "what movie is this??" because JUST LOOK AT THE PREVIOUS COMMENTS! I've had to reply to literally HUNDREDS of those comments when you can find the answer by just looking back to when others asked! So please don't ask. I won't reply. Just look at previous comments, it's as SIMPLE AS THAT.

So... I watched "Cats Don't Dance" for the first time about a week ago and completely fell in love with all of the dancing scenes. I searched my iTunes for a song that would fit well with those scenes and an animash started from there ^_^

I originally had a sketch-type effect at the beginning from 0:12 to 0:25 ... but it didn't render right, of course T.T The same thing happened from 2:49 to 3:03 ... but that didn't render right either XD So I just got rid of the effect all together.

I kinda favored the "Glint" and "Border" effects for this video XD As well as cookie cutters, definitely!

I'm pretty pleased with how this turned out, I enjoyed making it very much! ^_^ Hopefully you'll enjoy watching it just as much! :D

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Song: "Move Your Body" © Eiffel65
Pitched: NO
Clips: © Disney || © Warner Brothers || © 20th Century FOX || © Lionsgate || © A. Film A/S || © DreamWorks
Program: Sony Vegas Pro 9.0
Color Scheme: White/Black/Blue/Red/Purple
Layers: 14
Time: about 5 days continuous


UNITED STATES CODE TITLE 17 § 107. Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair use40

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~A Golden Galaxy Production~


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