Hey, Ehname! I saw the pictures that you added to the Africa gallery and was just wondering if you get your photos from Disneyscreencaps.com or another source. You're not in trouble; I'm just curious. ;)
I'm glad you asked. The link of the source is http://pridelands.eu/hd/folder1.html. That is where I've found a lot of recent pictures I've uploaded. There are pictures from three films, concept art, backgrounds, "The Lion Guard" and wallpapers.
Hey, Ehnamelox, thanks for creating those two pages about early versions of "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" pages. They should been made years ago, given how much I love the Simba and Nala duet-only version. However, I found one mistake. In actuality, both versions were made for the filmmakers in 1993. The Laserdisc lists the Simba and Nala duet with a date of January 26, 1993. On the Laserdisc, it lists the Timon and Pumbaa duet with a date of July 3, 1993, and was present in the August 1993 working draft.
I think it's best we list the Simba-Nala duet version as "Can You Feel the Love Tonight (Simba and Nala duet version)" and the other version with "Can You Feel the Love Tonight (Timon and Pumbaa duet version)" if that's okay with you. By the time, what source did you use to determine the song's publication date?
Oh, I see now. Sorry. I tried to determine the date of the making of the first version of myself, and I concluded that this song was made in 1992., when the script from which this song comes is made (the script in which also appear Scar's burning to death and songs "To be king", "Lion in the Moon" and "Be prepared (reprise)"). And there is so-and-so excuse for my mistake. : )
Now, I see that the songs are probably made after writing the script. Thanks for pointing the mistake, I'm glad to have colleagues like you.
Ah, I see where you got your information. I never read that treatment before. You may be right. The story drawings and the demo recordings could have been made in late 1992, and then given a test screening for the filmmakers in January 1993. And then, we get to Timon and Pumbaa's version in late 1993. Either way, I still think it's best we rename the articles "Can You Feel the Love Tonight (Simba and Nala duet version)" and "Can You Feel the Love Tonight (Timon and Pumbaa duet version)". Would you agree?
I saw that you posted three versions of King of the Jungle on Scar's concepts page. I was wondering, are you certain that the version you labeled as the "first version" came before The Lion King and King of the Beasts? As in, do you have a date when the concepts and script details were released? I'm just making sure.
I don't have certain date, but, on some concepts it's revelated that cape dogs (who have role in "the first version") were in the filmmakers' plan before the idea of hyenas. As we know, Banagi, Baasho and their pack appears in The Lion King and King of the Beasts. It applies to Mheetu, Tesma (Simba's childhod friend, not Timon's mate), Harold and Scar's python, too. Chronologically, they were deleted before the hyenas' first apperance.
Oh, in Belgrade is just fine, warm and fun. People are very friendly and communicative. However, a few weeks ago in the west of the country fell much heavy rains, the rivers had flooded a few cities (city Obrenovac is in the worst position). This is one of the worst flood so far, and the government was a bit upset, but it's truth that they are trying to help. However, you know, Serbia has long been under the rule of the Ottoman Empire, and people had developed a kind of instinct that makes them always be unhappy by people in power. But I'm quite happy here. Thank you for your question.
Hey, Ehnamelox, I've noticed how hard you've been working over the past few months and want to offer you the chance to become a site administrator. The job requires active participation (once a week is fine), reverting spam (undoing bad or incorrect edits), and basically doing what you already do: improving the wiki. The main perk to being an admin is you can edit locked pages and have the delete tool. ;) The choice is up to you. Hakuna Matata!