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We're sorry, but there's no news about "the secret of nimh 2: timmy to the rescue" right now. The Secret of NIMH is a 1982 American animated fantasy adventure film directed by Don Bluth in his directorial debut. The rats are moving the Brisby home, with the children inside, using a rope and pulley system during a thunderstorm. The Brisby house begins to sink into the mud, but Justin and the rats are unable to raise it. Before they started making Banjo, artist and storywriter Ken Anderson had been getting into Mrs. Goldman described the casting process as "exciting, fun, and sometimes strange".[5] He stated that focusing on the characteristics of each character, the voices and acting abilities were crucial, saying that using voices that added to a movie's texture was part of the team's philosophy in the development of a film. To achieve the film's detailed full animation while keeping to the tight budget, the studio strove to keep any waste of time and resources to a minimum.
One of the earliest drafts of the film was written by Steven Barnes, who received a creative consultant credit in the final product, and was closer to the original novel.[3] The story would have focused more on the rats and their time at NIMH as it did in the book, which was reduced to a short flashback in later revisions to bring Mrs.
During the film's production, Aurora contacted Wham-O, the manufacturers of Frisbee flying discs, with concerns about possible trademark infringements if the "Mrs. In 1990, the film was re-released on both VHS and LaserDisc in a new advertising campaign with lower retail prices.
The film was released on DVD for the first time on November 17, 1998, which was reprinted numerous times in the ensuing years, both as a stand-alone release or bundled with other animated movies from MGM or 20th Century Fox.[18] Don Bluth and Gary Goldman later oversaw a high-definition restoration of the film, which was released on June 19, 2007 in a 2-disc DVD set called the "Family Fun Edition". The Secret of NIMH won Best Animated Film of 1982 at the 10th annual Saturn Awards, where it also received a nomination for Best Fantasy Film, losing to The Dark Crystal.[28] In his acceptance speech, Bluth remarked, "Thanks. Brisby, a timid widowed field mouse, lives in a cinder block with her children in a field on the Fitzgibbons' farm. Brisby enters the rose bush and encounters a tough and aggressive guard rat named Brutus, who chases her away with a battle axe.
Jenner, who wishes for the rats to remain in the rose bush, sabotages the ropes with his reluctant accomplice Sullivan, causing the assembly to fly apart and kill Nicodemus. In September 1979 he, fellow animators Gary Goldman and John Pomeroy, and eight other animation staff left Walt Disney Productions animation department to set up their own independent studio, Don Bluth Productions.


Goldman found the strangest casting decision to be Dom DeLuise for Jeremy the Crow, which Goldman, Bluth and Pomeroy had considered after they watched the 1978 film The End.[5] Elizabeth Hartman was cast as Mrs.
Among the techniques experimented with on The Secret of NIMH were rotoscoping, multiple passes on the camera to achieve transparent shadows, and backlit animation (where animated mattes are shot with light shining through color gels to produce glowing areas for artificial light and fire effects), multiple color palettes for characters to fit in different lighting situations, from daylight, to night, to warm environments, to underwater. Brisby, which was meant to be a visual representation of her character's internal power; something harder to show on film. My dupe [copy of the film] was in black and white, and they'd bring their color copy over so I could see it. The financiers had expected the film to open in wide release in 1,000 venues, but MGM opted for a limited opening weekend in 100 theaters, with its widest release in only 700. She prepares to move her family out of the field as plowing time approaches, but her son Timothy has fallen ill. Brisby's will to save her children gives power to the amulet, which she uses to lift the house and move it to safety. He gave the book to Bluth for him to read and make a film out of, after Bluth finished the animation direction of Pete's Dragon. Mrs Brisby had 46 different lighting situations, therefore there were 46 different color palettes, or lists of color, for her.
It also included a female rat named Isabella (described as a "a young, cute, somewhat motor-mouthed rat with a crush on Justin"), who was ultimately left out and much of her dialog given to Nicodemus.
The object was also meant to introduce a spiritual aspect to the plot, with the director remarking, "The stone or amulet is just a method of letting the audience know that Mrs.
Wham-O rejected Aurora's request for waiver to use the same-sounding name to their "Frisbee", in the movie. They were constantly adding footage, and it was constantly, 'What's going on here?' and 'What's happening here?'"[3] David Horten spent a year on the sound design for the film, which was supervised by Goldman.
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Brisby arrives and tries to convince the rats that NIMH is coming and they must leave, but Jenner calls her a hysterical liar, attacks her, and attempts to take the amulet from her neck.
The rats depart to Thorn Valley with Justin as their new leader, and Timothy begins to recover. Bluth later showed NIMH to German Disney animator Woolie Reitherman, which he turned down Bluth's offers in making a movie based on the book, stating, "We've already got a mouse [named Mickey Mouse,] and we've done a mouse movie [called The Rescuers]." However, Bluth also presented the novel to the other staff that would work for Don Bluth Productions later on, and they all loved it.
According to the 2007 DVD release, Bluth wanted Nicodemus and the Great Owl to be seen as aspects of the same character, accounting for some similarities in their designs.
The producers, Bluth, Goldman, Pomeroy, and the executive producers at Aurora mortgaged their homes collectively for $700,000 to complete the film, with the understanding that their investment would be the first to be repaid.
Goldman found the sound work by Horten his second favorite part of the production process, recalling that some of his "most beautiful efforts" had to make way for the recordings of Goldsmith's music: "I remember hearing Davida€™s orchestration of ambient sounds and specific sound effects for the 8 minute tractor sequence without Jerrya€™s music cue. The film was produced by Aurora Pictures and released by United Artists, and features the voices of Elizabeth Hartman, Dom DeLuise, Arthur Malet, Derek Jacobi, Hermione Baddeley, John Carradine, Peter Strauss, and Paul Shenar. Ages, another mouse and friend of her late husband, Jonathan, who diagnoses Timothy with pneumonia and provides her with medicine.


Jeremy takes her to visit the Great Owl, who tells her to visit a group of rats that live beneath a rose bush on the farm and ask for Nicodemus, their wise and mystical leader. She meets Nicodemus and Justin, the Captain of the Guard, and a ruthless, power-hungry rat named Jenner. Brisby can do this, as only mice are small enough to fit through the hole leading into the house; Jonathan was killed by Dragon in a previous attempt, while Mr. Jeremy eventually meets "Miss Right", another crow who is just as clumsy as he is, and the two fly away together. Miller, Walt Disney's son-in-law and the president and CEO of the company at the time, to view Banjo, but Miller declined. By then, the voice work had already been recorded for the film, so the name change to "Mrs. Ages, were part of a series of experiments at a place known as NIMH, the National Institute of Mental Health. That night, she puts the drug into the cat's food dish, but the Fitzgibbons' son Billy catches her. After mortally wounding Sullivan, Jenner engages Justin in a sword fight, which ends in Justin stabbing him. We were able to combine a lot of Davida€™s sounds, treating them like part of the orchestra. The experiments boosted their intelligence, enabling them to escape, as well as extending their lifespans.
While trapped in a birdcage, she overhears a telephone conversation between Farmer Fitzgibbons and NIMH and learns that the Institute intends to exterminate the rats the next day. Yes."[10] In the same vein, Nicodemus was made into a wizard to "create more mystery" about himself and the rats' colony. However, they are unable to live only as rats, needing human technology to survive, which they have only accomplished by stealing.
Jenner recovers and advances on an unaware Justin, but the dying Sullivan hurls his own dagger into Jenner's back, killing him. The antagonist Jenner was given much more prominence in the movie, being only mentioned as traitor who leaves in the book, to "add drama" to the narrative by giving it a more visible enemy.
It was followed in 1998 by a direct-to-video sequel called The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue, which was made without Bluth's involvement or input. Justin also now succeeds Nicodemus as the leader of the rats to give his character more of an arc, and allow him an opportunity to "grow and change."[3] Unlike the original work, Justin does not rescue Mrs. Brisby from the cage at the Fitzgibbons' house, and she now helps her children without the rats' assistance by using the amulet; once again giving focus to her personal story.
Brisby an amulet called "The Stone", that gives magical power when its wearer is courageous.



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