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Absolutely catastrophic facts about the movie Cats - Page 9 of 41 - Kiwi Report

Absolutely catastrophic facts about the movie Cats


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[post_page_title]Don’t even try it, Disney[/post_page_title]
After his nap-time inspiration, Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber went to visit T.S. Eliot’s widow at their expansive estate. He was hoping to secure the rights to the deceased poet’s cat poems in order to bring his musical vision to life. Mrs. Eliot was on board with the plan. She did mention, interestingly enough, that this wasn’t the first time someone had approached her about her late husband’s work. Disney wanted to turn the poems into a cartoon, but Eliot himself shut that idea down quickly.

Don’t even try it, Disney

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