G | | Animation, Family, Fantasy
A grandfather mouse tells his grandchildren the "real" story of the Titanic disaster, including himself, evil sharks, a giant octopus, and an evil whaling scheme.
This was probably inspired by James Cameron's blockbuster movie Titanic, which was released in 1997. There are many similiarities between the two, such as the main plotline of a rich first class woman who breaks up with her rich fiancee whom she doesn't love in order to be with a man traveling in third class on the ship and both feature theme songs which play during the end credits and their instrumental versions which play during key moments in the films. The theme songs are "My Heart Will Go On" in Cameron's film and "Ocean Dreams" in this film.
I'll see her in my dreams for the rest of my life.
Top Connors: I hate to be a spoilsport, but I would like to draw to your attention the fact that she's a woman, and you're a mouse!
Ronnie: Well, there's one thing I'm not, and that's a racist.
The New York apartment window for the mice appears to be the same size as the human apartments.
The song "Ocean Dreams" continues even after the credits are done scrolling, leaving a black screen.