According to Trousdale, this was done because production of the film was nearing the deadline, and this was the easiest way to do that sequence.
The finished film premiered at the in Hollywood on November 13, 1991, beginning a limited release before expanding wide on November 22.
The filmmakers had originally decided against the use of computers in favor of traditional animation, but later, when the technology had improved, decided it could be used for the one scene in the ballroom.
Composer returned to score the film's music, with new material written by Menken and.
Waul in the animated film , and the role was eventually given to.
It zips from one number to another, throwing a ton of frenetically edited eye candy at the screen, charmlessly.
It ranked as the third-most successful film of 1991 in North America, surpassed only by the summer blockbusters and.