Boltto watch the 48th movie in Disney Animated Classics series about a small white dog named Bolt, who thinks that he has super powers; Released on 2008, Bolt made $309,979,994 worldwide.
Bolt: Listen, listen! The man with the green eye. Tell me what you know, birds!
Vinnie: I know this dog.
Bobby: Yeah, yeah, me too!
Vinnie: I gotta remember, it's gonna kill me. Hold on. No, I don't know. I, I, I thought I know.
Bobby: Hey, you ever hang out down on 14th Street with a stray named Kelvin?
Joey: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Kelvin, the Labrador.
Vinnie: You gotta gimme something here, cause this is redonkulous.
Bobby: Absolutely redonkulous!
Vinnie: Capisch redonkulous! Ya know what that means?
Rhino: If Bolt's taught me anything, it's that you never abandon a friend at a time of need!
Mittens: Think about it, Bolt. Since you got lost, none of your superpowers are working, are they? For the first time, you're hungry, you're bleeding... I mean, do you really think that you were born with a birthmark in the exact shape of a lighting bolt?
Mittens: What are you doing?
Bolt: Stay back! If I stare at the lock really hard, it'll burst into flames and melt.
Mittens: Now I'm concerned on a number of levels.
Trivia Bolt's characteristics are based on an amalgam of breeds, although the designers started with the American White Shepherd. The look of the movie was inspired by the paintings of Edward Hopper and the cinematography of Vilmos Zsigmond.
The number on Bolt's dog tag is the address of Disney's feature animation building.
The "Bolt" TV show was originally going to be called "The Omega Dog".
Bolt's carrot chew toy is a visual reference to Carrot, a character in early segments of the weekly Internet puppet show "Funday Pawpet Show", a favorite broadcast among many Florida Disney creative personal, some of who have made appearances on the show.
The studio lot shown in Bolt is a recreation of the Riverside Dr entrance to the Disney Studio lot in Burbank, California.
Bolt's archenemy is named Dr. Calico. Appropriately, Calico is a type of cat.
During his cross-country adventures, Bolt's signature lightning bolt mark on his side fades away, returns and then fades again.
In one of the movie's early scenes, set in the animal rescue center where Penny adopts Bolt, a poster can be seen with the year 2008 written on it. Yet, in the next scene, which according to the film is taking place five years later, Bolt can be seen reading a magazine dated March 2008. That would be the same year Bolt was adopted. This is an obvious impossibility.