18 Animated Characters Changed In Other Countries

18 Animated Characters Changed In Other Countries

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When you think of your favourite animated characters, you'll no doubt have certain looks, certain voices and, obviously, certain names in mind - and you probably think everyone on the planet sees and hears those characters in exactly the same way.

But that's not actually the case at all - far from it, as a matter of fact.

Given the nature of animated characters, it's fairly simple to alter them for different audiences - and special effects wizards around the world take advantage of that fact in order to cater to different demographics.

Characters in the likes of Cars, Planes, Moana and the Shrek series have all been customised to suit certain countries better - and in this video, we'll be taking you through eighteen such examples.

The characters in question include the likes of; the news anchor from Zootopia (2016), the heroine of Planes (2013), Minty Zaki and Dr. Brad Scott from Wreck-It Ralph (2012), Harv from Cars (2006), Jeff Gorvette from Cars 2 (2011), the hockey team from Inside Out (2015), the titular character Moana from Moana (2016), and Doris the Ugly Stepsister and the Red Carpet Announcer from Shrek 2 (2004).

You'll just have to watch the video to find out what aspects of these characters were changed, as well as which other characters were altered in different countries - you might be surprised at some of the inclusions!

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