November 4, 2005.
Released on video in 2006.
Story By Mark Dindal, Mark Kennedy
Screenplay By Steve Bencich & Ron J. Friedman And Ron Anderson
Stir It Up
One Little Slip
Shake A Tail Feather
All I Know
The Sky Is Falling
The film is very loosely based on the fable "The Sky is Falling."
The film opened in 84 theaters in a new Disney Digital 3-D process.
It was the first fully computer generated feature film produced in-house by Disney.
There are 250,000 feathers on Chicken Little.
Mama Runt: Runt, that's enough! Don't make Mommy take away your Streisand collection!
Runt of the Litter: Mom! You leave Barbra out of this!
Chicken Little: A piece of the sky? Shaped like a stop sign? Not again!
Dog Announcer: Hold your horses, everyone! And horses, hold your breath.
Buck Cluck: One should always be ready to listen to one's children, even if they have nothing to say.
DVD & Soundtrack
DVD Bonus Features
- Deleted Scenes Including 3 Alternate Openings
- Hatching CHICKEN LITTLE -- A "Making Of" Featurette
- "Where's Fish?" Trivia Game
- Karaoke Sing Along
- The Cheetah Girls Music Video
- Barenaked Ladies Music Video
This time the sky really is falling.
When it comes to saving the world, it helps to be a little chicken.
In the first of the alien scenes, they make a crop circle in a cornfield, but in all other scenes it isn't there.
Foxy drops a bag of acorns to make Chicken Little trip when he is running for the school bus and he falls with the acorns around him. But when he gets up the acorns are gone.
When Chicken Little is singing, he has a spoon in his hand, a curved reflection is shown in the spoon, but the reflection should be upside down.
There are two balls on the ground behind Abbey Mallard during the dodge ball game, but after she hits the warthog with a ball, the two balls have gone.
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