A poor young girl has a burning desire to find comfort and happiness in her life. Desperate to keep warm, the girl lights the matches she sells, and envisions a very different life for herself in the fiery flames.
Disney's feature animation studio was shuttered in 2005, and Disney's CAPS (Computer Animation Production System) was dismantled. This short was the first project following the reinstatement of the Feature Animation unit, and the first to use the Toon Boom Harmony animation pipeline system. See more »
[after Goofy puts up the speakers, all helter-skelter, all over the house]
And now, the marvel of the most modern home... Oh, for Pete's sake! LOOK AT THE TIME! The big game is starting!
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Since viewing the Disney animated short "How to Hook Up Your Home Theater" at a screening of National Treasure 2, I have wanted to say THANKS to the Disney people who made this possible. Talk about a faithful return to their roots! Disney did a marvelous job of capturing the magic, the humor, the timing, and the same light-hearted feeling that the old shorts had. And yet it was up-to-date with the subject matter. I was taken back to my youthful memories of the classic Disney cartoons. Goofy is my favorite character, but we could use new exploits of Donald, Mickey and Pluto, even Uncle Scrooge. So my last comment is: Please make more!
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