Hey readers! We got some exciting news for those of you that will be attending this year’s ConnectiCon – DG will be in attendance. That’s right, Dalin and Carly will be roaming the halls of the Connecticut Convention Center from July 8th to the 10th, and will even be participating in some panels as well. For those that are interested, along for the some of you that are looking for some other cool events to do around this East Coast con, here is a list of our top happenings around ConnectiCon that we think you should take a look at.
In the 90’s, as Disney’s success in the animation field grew more and more, cheap Direct-to-Video companies started popping out of the shadows with their bottom of the barrel renditions of classic fairy tales and literature adaptations, and ironically would come out a month or two before Disney’s theatrical releases of those same tales. One of those companies, that my Grandmother bought several titles from for me to enjoy, was Jetlag Productions. They would make movies that were never over 45 minutes long, and sometimes would take such creative license with their storytelling that they would make Disney’s Pocahontas look like the most historically accurate film possible.
So in celebration of this bizarre catalog of films, here are some of the titles that stuck out the most to me as a kid, both positively and otherwise. I present to you, dear readers, Jetlag Productions – in all its repetitive animated glory.