Well, that question is answered in the tweet -- you needed the original art files for the packaging, and it's doubtful many companies held onto those.So, why was it only Square-Enix that did that? (I don't have any of those. Oops.)
It didn't, but the Disney Sing-Along Songs video Topsy Turvy did.The first season of Timon and Pumbaa had some music videos. One was "Stand By Me" and it had a significant bump in the animation, like it was done with CAPS instead of ink and paint. Turns out it actually did run in theaters, before Disney's "Tom And Huck."
This would have been late 1995, which meant the short would have already appeared on television. Weird.
I believe the VHS release of Tom & Huck retained the short, too.
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