Animals Run Amok On Hollywood Sets

  • There is no hard evidence, but plenty of rumors circulated about what went down on the set of one of my favorite childhood films, "Milo and Otis," or "Koneko Monogatari: The Adventures of Chatran," which was the original Japanese version. According to the UK Economist, foul play was at hand. "Chatran's life is full of trials and tribulations. Many of them to do with being soaked to the skin, like falling over a waterfall in a wooden box or plummeting from a cliff into the sea. It is hard to see how he survived. Indeed, according to Japan's biggest animal-rights group, he did not. Or, to be accurate, a third of the 30 Chatrans used did not." The credits ended with, "The animals used were filmed under strict supervision with the utmost care for their safety and well-being." Which while it is a finely-crafted sentence, is a far cry from "no animals were harmed." And tada, all your happy childhood memories are tarnished. [The Cultural Gutter]
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