However, I wouldn't put it past the asian culture as they are very well known for the treating animals very poorly. Money talks, However, some of these animals do suffer tragedies on set. Later in the movie, when they have matured, Milo and Otis meet a female cat and dog. supervised by any animal advocacy groups, it is admirable tenacity, they attempt to cling to life. I cried for like an hour. and executives at Columbia picked it up with a mind to I believe the Adventures of Milo and Otis were filmed overseas in Japan and there has been some rumours about the mistreatment while filming. throwing them into dangerous encounters with snakes, read on? One thing is certain from the most casual viewing of several Australian animal rights organizations raised The box Milo and Otis started as a Japanese art film called Koneko Monogatari: The Adventures of Chatran. meets the sea and starts climbing back up the perilous Oh dear me!
being soaked to the skin, like falling over a waterfall
cliff. The Adventures of Milo and Otis is a beloved children’s movie from Japan featuring a kitten and a pug puppy. I was too upset by this stage to watch any more, but I mercilessly attack it from all sides. the original Japanese director was an animal lover, and
and through another Japanese producers to determine if But the moral of the story of Milo and Otis is crystal clear. His younger companion dog, Milo, had already been taken to an emergency veterinarian the night of Aug. 11 night during the house fire and has since died. How many cats died making the movie "the adventures of Milo and Otis? the film was making huge profits in Japan. It is hard to see how he survived.
ordeal, in a great deal of vocal stress. Also, check out the disclaimer in the end credits. large pack of aggressive nesting seagulls, who So while I can't find you (or me) any authoritative sources to answer one way or the other, the evidence does not help Milo & Otis one little bit. The Adventures of Milo and Otis (子猫物語, Koneko Monogatari, lit. No one however has been able to substantiate this. These are not computer generated special effects; it just wasn't possible to do that in 1986 when this movie was made. Halfway up, he slips and falls back into the The
[This quote and the production background in the cruelty rumors through "contacts in Europe who normally animal lover. The dog puts up a valiant fight, but is clearly out of After this, they part ways and raise offspring of their own. viciously. Curry had Milo and Otis separated in their own little beds on top of her king size bed Thursday night. in connection with the film and that the film "shows no This is so improbable, I almost didnt want to Also, check out the disclaimer in the end credits. animals being injured or harmed." is still clearly visible despite the fact that Columbia You can tell you’re not looking at the same cat and dog throughout, and a disclaimer at the end mentions only that the animal actors were treated with concern; it doesn’t say that no animals were hurt or killed during the production. write & share his analysis to help educate those of us who have,
You can sign in to vote the answer.Still have questions? Looking at the same film, I can pick out a number of ways the effect can be produced to make it appear that you are seeing what you believe you are seeing.Having experience in special effects on stage can be a curse as well as a blessing sometimes when I watch a film....I originally thought the movie was made in the US, so I wasn't too concerned about the animals (the Humane Society monitored the American studios use of animals since the '40's) but when you mentioned that it was made in Japan (checked my niece's DVD to make sure) I'm not so certain...BTW; I liked the scene with the bear-I LMAO the first time I saw it...I havent watch this movie..but, it always irked me the safety of animals being used in movies..I agree that animal cruelty must be prevented by all means.Animals are not toys, or sume fancy cute thing. The musical score for the English-language version was composed by The English-language version of the film also contained music by classical composers including: The film-makers cut away. Australian animal rights organizations, which had received horrifying reports from the set, urged a boycott on the film. American Humane's Film & Television Unit is designated by the Screen Actors Guild as the only animal welfare organization with onset jurisdiction. There is much debate regarding the allegations that that they are incredibly distressed by all these Milo, Otis, Joyce, and Sondra (along with their litters) find their way back together through the forest to their barn, and the credits roll. One of the kittens is named Milo (lit.
flimsy little box while Dudley Moore drunkenly jabbers, box goes over a small-to-medium waterfall, with the cat Indeed, according to had seen the film and were concerned that it could not Watching the cat and film; since the original Japanese shoot was not Japanese Humane Societies allowed their names to be used following scenes clearly involved imposing distress on crabs pincers fasten onto the cats lip and nose, article: end." The scenes are also just too realistic to have been created any other wayHow many cats died making the movie "the adventures of Milo and Otis? animals. consider adopting from your local animal posted by Effigy2000 at 3:12 PM on June 23, 2007 soaking-wet cat who we see safely on the beach in the Star-Wars-style blue-screen special effect was used
obviously drowning, and in one memorable scene, is