This movie opened in both 35mm and a specifically-formatted 70mm IMAX version. This marked the first time that a film had concurrent releases in both formats.
After the September 11 tragedy, Disney decided that people being held at sword-point just wasn't funny, so the animators were instructed to remove as many swords from the film as possible.
The film was a major financial disaster. Budgeted at $140 million, it grossed only $38.2 million by the time it left North American theaters. The loss reportedly resulted in Disney downgrading its earnings estimate for the last quarter of 2002.
An alternate ending was prepared, but was unfinished.
This was the 43th film in the official Disney list of animated films.
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