The Brave Little Toaster has quite the interesting story, and I'm not talking about the plot itself (although that's pretty great, too): The movie generated quite a stir in the late 1980s as the first animated film ever exhibited at the Sundance Film Festival; it likely would have taken home the festival's top prize in 1988 had judges not reportedly believed that recognizing an animated film would diminish the organization's credibility.
Despite its acclaim on the festival circuit, however, The Brave Little Toaster was never released in theaters due to a conflict between the film's distributor and Disney, which owned the rights to the story. Despite technically being released in 1987, general audiences didn't get to see it until it aired on the Disney Channel in 1988; it was released on VHS about three years later. Now, more than 30 years out from its initial release, it's safe to say that this dark, more-than-a-little-scary innocent children's movie is a cult classic.
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