Fun fact: BLT (lol) is actually based on a book. The second film, BLT to the Rescue, was not based on a book. The third one, BLT Goes to Mars, the most hated one, is though.I like it, needless to say. Nothing with Jon Lovitz and Phil Hartman in it is terrible.
The story is apparently he pitched it to Disney, but Disney didn’t want to do it because no one was going to watch a film about a toaster.
It got made at Hyperion Pictures, which was founded by ex-Disney people, and it was such a cult hit that they made two sequels, neither of which is worth your time.
I liked the second one.
Thurl Ravenscroft! He's grrrreat!
Makes sense a kid with such an affection and concern for the lives of (supposedly) inanimate objects would extend his love to the living creatures.Nope! They definitely were below average for what the original film achieved. Always find it odd 'The Master" ended up a country veterinarian in the end but I suppose it makes some sense he'd go for that line of work.