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Lilo & Stitch is an American animated science fiction comedy-drama film released by Walt Disney Pictures in 2002. It was produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois, on their directorial debuts, wrote and directed the 42nd Disney animated feature picture.

It contains the voices of Tia Carrere, David Ogden Stiers, Kevin McDonald, Ving Rhames, Jason Scott Lee, and Kevin Michael Richardson as the title characters, as well as Tia Carrere, David Ogden Stiers, Kevin McDonald, Ving Rhames, Jason Scott Lee, and Kevin Michael Richardson.

It was also the second of three Disney animated feature films (the first being Mulan, and the second being Brother Bear) made mostly at Disney’s Hollywood Studios (formerly known as “Disney-MGM Studios” during production) at Walt Disney World near Orlando, Florida. It was released to favorable reviews on June 21, 2002, and was nominated for Best Animated Feature at the 75th Academy Awards.

The story follows two eccentric and mischievous characters: Lilo Pelekai, a six (later seven)-year-old Hawaiian girl raised by her older, young adult-aged sister Nani after their parents died in a car accident, and Experiment 626, a blue extraterrestrial koala-like creature adopted by Lilo as her “dog” and renamed “Stitch.”

Stitch, who was genetically built by his mad scientist creator to wreak havoc and ruin, uses Lilo at first to avoid being caught by an intergalactic federation, but the two form a deep friendship because to the Hawaiian idea of ohana, or extended family. Stitch reconsiders and subsequently defies his planned destructive intent in order to keep his family together as a result of this link.


The film’s popularity produced a franchise, with three direct-to-video sequels (the first of which being Stitch! The Movie) and three television shows (the sequel series Lilo & Stitch: The Series and spin-offs Stitch! and Stitch & Ai).

Following a series of high-profile and large-budget Disney animated blockbusters in the mid-1990s, then-Disney CEO Michael Eisner decided to try his hand at a smaller and less expensive picture. The development of Dumbo, a low-budget Walt Disney picture released in 1941 in the aftermath of the more expensive Pinocchio and Fantasia, sparked the notion.

An concept was pitched to Chris Sanders, a head storyboard artist at Disney Feature Animation. Sanders had invented the character of Stitch in 1985 for a failed children’s book proposal, and now had to come up with a plan for an animated film featuring the character. The tale demanded a distant, non-urban setting, therefore the film was initially slated to be set in Kansas.

Sanders’ decision to relocate the film’s location to the Hawaiian island of Kauai was a crucial step towards clarifying the storyline. There had never been another animated film set on any of the Hawaiian islands previously. Sanders puts it this way:

Because so much of animation is set in ancient, medieval Europe ” and so many fairy tales have their origins there ” putting it in Hawai’i was a bit of a stretch. However, that decision was made to color the entire film and rework the plot for us.

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