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Devon and Cornwall discover their power of flight, which only works when they cooperate or agree on something mutually. They rejoin Garrett, who mounts a rescue mission, but Ruber manages to gain entry to Camelot via disguise and traps himself with King Arthur with Excalibur. Kayley is held prisoner in the back of the cart, but is freed by Bladebeak. Kayley and Garrett manage to fight their way with their friends' help to join with Arthur and in a fight, they manage to trick Ruber into inserting the sword back into the stone it had been pulled from.
The magical forces conflict and completely disintegrates Ruber, leaving the kingdom free again and restoring Excalibur. The magic that spills on the kingdom separates all of Ruber's men and Bladebeak from their weapons, heals those who are injured, and separates Devon and Cornwall, but the pair decide to reunite before the magic dissipates. With Excalibur back in the right hands of Arthur.
Kayley and Garrett are knighted as members of the round table, and they share a kiss. As the pair ride off into the sunset, their horse has a flag mounted to its back reading "Just Knighted". Feature Animation 's first announced project, and the studio put the film into production before the story was finalized.
Animators spent considerable downtime waiting for management to make up their minds. Bill Kroyer FernGully: The Last Rainforest was originally going to direct with his wife, Sue, producing, but creative differences forced the husband and wife team to leave the project in February CGI was used for a few scenes, such as to create the rock ogre. Chrystal Klabunde, leading animator of Garrett, said in an article in Animation Magazine , "It was top heavy.
All the executives were happily running around and playing executive, getting corner offices—but very few of them had any concept about animation at all, about doing an animated film. It never occurred to anybody at the top that they had to start from the bottom and build that up.
The problems were really coming at the inexperience of everyone involved. Those were people from Disney that had the idea that you just said, 'Do it,' and it gets done. It never occurred to them that it got done because Disney had an infrastructure in place, working like clockwork. We didn't have that. The head of layout was kicked out, the head of background, the executive producer, the producer, the director, the associate producerall the heads rolled.
It's kind of a hard environment to work in. That was a lot of the problem. We worked around the clock. Reportedly, "cost overruns and production nightmares" led the studio to "reconsider their commitment to feature animation. The film was heavily promoted by Wendy's , who offered themed Kid's meals that included toys and discounts on theater admission.
Warner Bros. David Kronke of the Los Angeles Times wrote that the film is "a nearly perfect reflection of troubling trends in animated features," called Kayley "a standard-issue spunky female heroine," and said that "Garrett's blindness is the one adventurous element to the film, but even it seems calculated; his lack of sight is hardly debilitating, yet still provides kids a lesson in acceptance".
Album ratings. The soundtrack was released May 5, , ten days before the film's release. Although the film was not a critical or commercial success, the soundtrack did receive a certain level of praise.
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