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Chicken Little 3: The Ugly Duckling Story is a cancelled sequel to the 2005 Disney animated film Chicken Little, the third in the franchise along with Chicken Little 2: Mission To Mars.

Plot[]

In the story, Chicken Little finds himself in the midst of a love triangle. On one side, is his childhood sweetheart, Abby “Ugly Duckling” Mallard. On the other side, is the very attractive newcomer, Raffaela, the French sheep. Abby’s at a tremendous disadvantage here, so she goes to great lengths to give herself a makeover. A portion of the makeover sequence is represented on my website, which shows Abby’s grand entrance at school with her new-found look. The script, in this case, had dialog but very little specific action, so most of the visuals and business are original ideas that I was free to invent. Working on this type of scene is great fun for an artist.

-Tod Carter

Production[]

The earliest known mention of the film is in the 2005 Dorling Kindersley tie-in book Chicken Little: The Essential Guide.

In an interview with Tod Carter, who contributed to story development, he revealed the plot as described above. While Carter recounted that the production and screenings were going well (to the point that the budget might have been increased), he believes it was cancelled because the executives were not confident it would perform well.[1]

"Not long after that project was shelved, I received a call from Klay Hall, who was directing Chicken Little 2. He was given the mandate to create a story reel for his project in the same time frame that we did for Aristocats 2. I don’t think he or the other board artists at Disney were too excited about the deadline, but I guess Klay figured that it would be a good idea to get someone involved who had actually had experience working at this pace. Overall, the script for Chicken Little 2 was pretty good and I felt great about the sequences in which I was involved. Klay gave me a good deal of freedom to invent and I really appreciated working with him and loved the project." -Tod Carter

In 2014, Tod posted two storyboard sequences from the film on his blog portfolio.[2][3]

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