I was watching this movie for the first time in a long while today and noticed something I never had before. The opening of the film, animation-wise, looks much better than the rest of the movie. Not necessarily in the amounts of frames of animation used, but the shadowing of the characters. If you look at the beginning the characters have "highlight" shadows on jaw-lines and on legs and arms. However, by about five minutes in that all disappears and they all are flatly colored like in the TV show. I don't remember when this movie came out so I was wondering why they did this? Seems kind of odd to do it for only one scene, but I thought shading like this didn't come around until Disney started using the CAPS system to color everything so I was thinking maybe they used that scene as a test of the system or something. Again, since I don't remember when it came out I don't know if that's feasible or not, but I can't really see why they'd have better coloring in the very first scene and not keep it consistant. Unless they just suddenly decided to save more money on it or something.