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The 2002 film eventually started a franchise: a direct-to-video sequel, Stitch! The Movie , was released on August 26, 2003. This was followed by a television series, Lilo & Stitch: The Series , which ran from September 20, 2003 to July 29, 2006. A second direct-to-video sequel, Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch , was released on August 30, 2005. A third and final direct-to-video sequel, Leroy & Stitch , was released on June 27, 2006 as the conclusion to the TV series.

Lilo & Stitch is one of the few Disney animated features to take place in the present day; others include One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961), The Rescuers (1977) and its sequel The Rescuers Down Under (1990), and Oliver & Company (1988).

Dean DeBlois , who had co-written Mulan (1998) with Sanders, was brought on to co-write and co-direct Lilo & Stitch , while Disney executive Clark Spencer was assigned to produce. Unlike several previous and concurrent Disney Feature Animation productions, the Lilo & Stitch pre-production team remained relatively small and isolated from upper management until the film went into full production. The character and set designs were based upon Chris Sanders' personal artistic style.

While the animation team visited Kauai to research the locale, their tour guide explained the meaning of ohana as it applies to extended families. This concept of ohana became an important part of the movie. DeBlois recalls:

Template:Cquote The island of Kauai had previously been featured in such films as Raiders of the Lost Ark and the Jurassic Park trilogy. The Disney animators faced the daunting task of meshing the film's plot, which showed the impoverished and dysfunctional life that many Hawaiians lived during the then-recent economic downturn, with the island's serene beauty. The actors voicing the film's young adults Nani and David, Tia Carrere , a native of Honolulu, and Jason Scott Lee , who was raised in Hawaii, assisted with rewriting the Hawaiian characters' dialogue in the proper colloquial dialect and adding Hawaiian slang.

Stitch (also known by his species name and birth name Experiment 626 , pronounced "six-two-six") is a fictional character in Disney's Lilo & Stitch franchise . He is one of the franchise's two title characters , alongside Lilo Pelekai , and its main protagonist . The character was created by Lilo & Stitch co-writer and co-director, Chris Sanders , who also voices him in almost all media that he appears in.

In the franchise's chronology, he was originally created by Dr. Jumba Jookiba to cause chaos across the galaxy . Stitch is marked by his mischievous behavior, which endeared him to his friend Lilo, who adopted him as her " dog ". Through Lilo's beliefs in the Hawaiian concept of ʻ ohana , meaning family , Stitch developed from an uncaring, destructive creature to a loving, more self-conscious being who enjoys the company of his adoptive family on Earth . He became a firm believer of the ʻ ohana concept, and with the help of Lilo applied it to reform Jumba's 625 prior experiments, nearly all of whom Stitch treats as his " cousins ".

Sanders originally created the character in 1985 for an unsuccessful children's book pitch, and developed a treatment for an animated feature featuring the character. [1] The idea for the character was shelved until around 1996 when then-President of Walt Disney Feature Animation Thomas Schumacher approached Sanders and asked him if he wanted to a pitch a story, giving Sanders the opportunity to use his character again. [2] When Sanders said that the alien character was going to crash-land in a forest filled with other animals, Schumacher told Sanders that the animal world was already "overly alien" to humans, and suggested that the character should end up in the human world to provide better contrast and juxtaposition for the story. [2] [3]

In later development for the film's story, the character was originally going to be the leader of an intergalactic gang of criminals, with Jumba being one of his former cronies summoned by the Intergalactic Council to capture him. [1] Test audience response to early versions of the film resulted in the change of Stitch and Jumba's relationship to that of creation and creator, respectively. [1]

The character was originally meant to be incapable of speaking intelligibly. [4] However, when the Lilo & Stitch production team realized that the film's story "hinged" on the character being able to explain himself at the end of the film, Sanders provided vocals for Stitch during early animation. [4] After getting used to Sanders's vocalizations for Stitch, the production team eventually established him as the official voice of his own character. [4]

The afternoon sun shone brightly in the sky casting its radiant golden warmth acrossed the island of Kaua'i. As usual the weather was shaping up to be another beautiful day on the island paradise. Though didn't hurt to have a few weather affecting experiments to keep things in check. The oceanic winds intermixed with the Pacific currents to form some of the best waves for surfing. This was a fact that the vast majority of beach goers could attest to, as the many young men and women were quick ride their surfboards into the blue yonder at first sight of a white crest. All of them hoping to find that ever elusive "Perfect wave."

The town had started out like any other small island town. The vast majority of its architecture was taken from the 1950's school of design and as the years went by it became sort lost in time. Never really changing in its aesthetics. However, all changed and rather abruptly at that in recent times. With its wonderful weather, picture perfect surf, and unspoiled natural beauty the island began to see an increase in its tourism business. Coupled with the fact that some of those visitors wished to stay year round and Kokaua Town experienced a sudden boom in population growth.

Now the town looked more like some suburb on typically found on the outskirts of some large city, than a little island town. Still some things had stayed the same. Such as the small dirt road that branched off from the main road just outside of town. The road looking more akin to a hiking trail than a everyday road; what with the thick vegetation that flanked its path.

The house itself was two stories tall possessing two odd features that appeared somewhat out of place. The first was the addition of a boxy two story on the side of the main structure which housed the kitchen down stairs and a guest room upstairs. The second odd feature was a dome topped tower that stretched above the roof line to overlook even some of the neighboring trees.

It was inside this tower's dome two figures still lay in bed. Each attempted to delay the inevitable rousing from their dream filled slumber.

Lilo and Stitch is an innocent and entertaining cartoon, at least until a recent broadcast of the movie was interrupted by six minutes of porn. A North Carolina mom was not pleased when the animated characters disappeared and a fairytale ending turned into very erotic happy ending instead. The usually harmless Disney cartoon was recorded by a North Carolina mom for later viewing, and was reportedly shocked at what her three children watched on their living television, the Daily Mail reports.

Georgia Brown momentarily stepped into her kitchen, leaving her toddler, preschool and kindergarten aged children happily watching the Disney Channel recording from their Dish Network cable provider. About a minute into the cartoon, Brown reportedly heard unusual and inappropriate noises stemming from the television set. When she walked back into the living room, she saw her children watching a man and a woman having sex.

“I just heard things that probably shouldn’t be on Lilo and Stitch . My first thought was the children have changed the channel. If you can imagine Maggie Simpson sitting on the sofa watching pornography that was him [youngest son] just sitting there sucking his pacifier, kind of clueless. My 5-year-old grabbed his ears and ran out of the room screaming, ‘I didn’t do it,’ and the three-year-old was sitting there crying.”

The Lilo and Stitch pornography interruption was too graphic to air by Fox Carolina during the interview segment. A Dish Network contractor who inspected the Brown’s receiver was astonished by the porn incident and noted he had never seen anything like it happen during his 15 years working in the television industry. The cartoon porn incident was chalked up to a technical error that may have been viewed by others who watched or recorded the Disney Channel episode.

North Carolina mom Georgie Brown says her three young children were watching their favorite movie, “Lilo & Stitch,” on Dish Network’s feed of the Disney Channel earlier this month when pornography interrupted the program shortly after the movie began, WHNS reports .

“My 5-year-old grabbed his ears and ran out of the room screaming, ‘I didn’t do it,’ and the 3-year-old was sitting there crying,” she said. Brown also reportedly has a son younger than 2-years-old.

“The kids wanted to see ‘Lilo & Stitch,'” the mother said, who had recorded the family-friendly movie earlier this month and played it later for the kids.

According to Brown’s recollection of the events, about a minute into the movie, an alert message popped up on the screen alerting that part of “Lilo & Stitch” had not been recorded because of signal problems. For the next six minutes, she says, the young children saw video of a man and a woman having sex. When the mother heard the sounds of porn coming from the television set, she rushed in to investigate.

“I just heard things that probably shouldn’t be on Lilo or Stitch,” she told WHNS. “My first thought was the children have changed the channel.”

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Stitch (also known by his species name and birth name Experiment 626 , pronounced "six-two-six") is a fictional character in Disney's Lilo & Stitch franchise . He is one of the franchise's two title characters , alongside Lilo Pelekai , and its main protagonist . The character was created by Lilo & Stitch co-writer and co-director, Chris Sanders , who also voices him in almost all media that he appears in.

In the franchise's chronology, he was originally created by Dr. Jumba Jookiba to cause chaos across the galaxy . Stitch is marked by his mischievous behavior, which endeared him to his friend Lilo, who adopted him as her " dog ". Through Lilo's beliefs in the Hawaiian concept of ʻ ohana , meaning family , Stitch developed from an uncaring, destructive creature to a loving, more self-conscious being who enjoys the company of his adoptive family on Earth . He became a firm believer of the ʻ ohana concept, and with the help of Lilo applied it to reform Jumba's 625 prior experiments, nearly all of whom Stitch treats as his " cousins ".

Sanders originally created the character in 1985 for an unsuccessful children's book pitch, and developed a treatment for an animated feature featuring the character. [1] The idea for the character was shelved until around 1996 when then-President of Walt Disney Feature Animation Thomas Schumacher approached Sanders and asked him if he wanted to a pitch a story, giving Sanders the opportunity to use his character again. [2] When Sanders said that the alien character was going to crash-land in a forest filled with other animals, Schumacher told Sanders that the animal world was already "overly alien" to humans, and suggested that the character should end up in the human world to provide better contrast and juxtaposition for the story. [2] [3]

In later development for the film's story, the character was originally going to be the leader of an intergalactic gang of criminals, with Jumba being one of his former cronies summoned by the Intergalactic Council to capture him. [1] Test audience response to early versions of the film resulted in the change of Stitch and Jumba's relationship to that of creation and creator, respectively. [1]

The character was originally meant to be incapable of speaking intelligibly. [4] However, when the Lilo & Stitch production team realized that the film's story "hinged" on the character being able to explain himself at the end of the film, Sanders provided vocals for Stitch during early animation. [4] After getting used to Sanders's vocalizations for Stitch, the production team eventually established him as the official voice of his own character. [4]

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The afternoon sun shone brightly in the sky casting its radiant golden warmth acrossed the island of Kaua'i. As usual the weather was shaping up to be another beautiful day on the island paradise. Though didn't hurt to have a few weather affecting experiments to keep things in check. The oceanic winds intermixed with the Pacific currents to form some of the best waves for surfing. This was a fact that the vast majority of beach goers could attest to, as the many young men and women were quick ride their surfboards into the blue yonder at first sight of a white crest. All of them hoping to find that ever elusive "Perfect wave."

The town had started out like any other small island town. The vast majority of its architecture was taken from the 1950's school of design and as the years went by it became sort lost in time. Never really changing in its aesthetics. However, all changed and rather abruptly at that in recent times. With its wonderful weather, picture perfect surf, and unspoiled natural beauty the island began to see an increase in its tourism business. Coupled with the fact that some of those visitors wished to stay year round and Kokaua Town experienced a sudden boom in population growth.

Now the town looked more like some suburb on typically found on the outskirts of some large city, than a little island town. Still some things had stayed the same. Such as the small dirt road that branched off from the main road just outside of town. The road looking more akin to a hiking trail than a everyday road; what with the thick vegetation that flanked its path.

The house itself was two stories tall possessing two odd features that appeared somewhat out of place. The first was the addition of a boxy two story on the side of the main structure which housed the kitchen down stairs and a guest room upstairs. The second odd feature was a dome topped tower that stretched above the roof line to overlook even some of the neighboring trees.

It was inside this tower's dome two figures still lay in bed. Each attempted to delay the inevitable rousing from their dream filled slumber.