Chicken Little is a 2005 American computer-animated family film loosely based on the fable The Sky Is Falling. The film was animated in-house at Walt Disney Feature Animation's main headquarters in Burbank, California, and released by Walt Disney Pictures on November 4, 2005 in Disney Digital 3D format along with the 2D version.
It was written by Mark Dindal and Mark Kennedy with the screenplay by Steve Bencich, Ron J. Friedman, and Ron Anderson, and was directed by Mark Dindal. It inspired two video game, one directly based on the film, the other, Disney's Chicken Little: Ace in Action, based on the inaccurate "film-within-the-film" depicting Little as a buff action hero. Chicken Little had a cameo appearance in the video game Kingdom Hearts II, where he is a summonable character.
This was Disney's first fully computer animated film, as Pixar's films were distributed but not produced by Disney, and Dinosaur was a combination of live-action and computer animation. It premiered on the United States version of the Disney Channel on February 8, 2008, as part of "Phineas and Ferb-ruary""
In the small town of Oakey Oaks, Chicken Little rings the school bell and cries for everyone to run for their lives. This sends the whole town into a frenzied panic. Eventually they calm down enough to ask him what's wrong, and Chicken Little explains that a piece of the sky shaped like a stop sign had fallen on his head when he was sitting under the big Oak tree in the town square. However, he's unable to find the piece. His father, Buck Cluck, assumes that this "piece of sky" was just an acorn that had fallen off the tree and had hit him on the head. Chicken Little becomes the laughing stock of the town.
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