November 1, 2003.
Released on video in 2004.
Ron J. Friedman
On My Way
Look Through my Eyes
The working title of the film was "Bears."
The film was created at the Walt Disney Feature Animation Studio, at Walt Disney World in Florida.
The last two thrids of the film, after Kenai has been changed into a bear, were filmed in Cinemascope.
The songs in the film were written and sung by Phil Collins.
It was nominated for an Academy Award in 2003 for Best Animated Feature Film.
Sitka: This is a story from long ago, when the great mammoths still roamed our lands. It's the story of my two brothers and me. When the three of us were young, we were taught that the world is full of magic. The source of this magic is the ever-changing lights that dance across the sky. The shaman woman of our village told us that these lights are the spirits of our ancestors, and that they had the power to make changes in our world. Small things become big. Winter turns to spring. One thing always changes into another. But the greatest change I ever saw was that of my brother. A boy who desperately wanted to be a man...
Tuke: I love... dew.
Rutt: I love dew too.
Tanana: Let love guide your actions, and one day, you'll be a man, and will place your mark next to those of our ancestors.
Kenai: I'm not a bear. I hate bears.
Rutt: Well, gee, eh, you're one big beaver.
DVD & Soundtrack
DVD Bonus Features
- Three Viewing Options: Family Friendly Aspect Ratio 1.66:1; Original Theatrical Aspect Ratio 2.35:1; "Rutt & Tuke's Commentary" -- Watch Along With The Hilarious Moose From The Film
- Fully Animated Outtakes -- Exclusive To The DVD!
- Deleted Scenes -- Including A Funny New Character
- 2 Exciting Games Featuring Your Favorite Animals From The Film
- All-New Song By Phil Collins, "Fishing Song"
- Paths Of Discovery: The Making Of BROTHER BEAR
- "Look Through My Eyes" Music Video Featuring Phil Collins
- And Much More!
The Moose Are Loose!
Welcome to a world where animals rule and the only human around...isn't human anymore.
This November, see through another's eyes, feel through another's heart, and discover the meaning of brotherhood.
Kenai never reveals his name to Koda, but later in the film Koda calls him by his name.
When the rope on Kenai's foot gets snagged on a rock in the ice cave, it is longer than before.
When Kenai is falling off the ledge the rope disappears.
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