Lilo & Stitch's Adventures of Fantasia is another upcoming new Lilo & Stitch crossover film by Toonwriter.


Lilo, Stitch, Angel, Aang and all their friends will enjoy a great spectacle of magic and illusions, along with the music of the greatest composers in history, from Bach to Schubert, in this adventure in eight greatest acts.


  • Toccata and Fugue in D Minor by Johann Sebastian Bach. Live-action shots of the orchestra illuminated in blue and gold, backed by superimposed shadows, fade into abstract patterns. Animated lines, shapes and cloud formations reflect the sound and rhythms of the music.[5]
  • Nutcracker Suite by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Selections from Tchaikovsky's ballet suite underscore scenes depicting the changing of the seasons from summer to autumn to winter. A variety of dances are presented with fairies, fish, flowers, mushrooms, and leaves, including "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy", "Chinese Dance", "Dance of the Flutes", "Arabian Dance", "Russian Dance" and "Waltz of the Flowers".[6]
  • The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Paul Dukas. Based on Goethe's 1797 poem Der Zauberlehrling. Lilo, Stitch, Angel, Twilight, Aang, Mickey Mouse and their friends became young apprentices of their old Ally Yen Sid, attempt some of their master's magic tricks but don't know how to control them.[7]
  • Rite of Spring by Igor Stravinsky. Our heroes observe a visual history of the Earth's beginnings is depicted to selected sections of the ballet score. The sequence progresses from the planet's formation to the first living creatures, followed by the reign and extinction of the dinosaurs.
  • The Pastoral Symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven. Our heroes enter into a mythical ancient Greek world of centaurs, cupids, fauns and other figures from classical mythology is portrayed to Beethoven's music. A gathering for a festival to honor Bacchus, the god of wine, is interrupted by the King of the Gods Zeus who creates a storm and throws lightning bolts at the attendees.[10]
  • Dance of the Hours by Amilcare Ponchielli. A comical ballet in four sections: Our Heroes meet Madame Upanova and her ostriches (Morning); Hyacinth Hippo and her servants (Afternoon); Elephanchine and her bubble-blowing elephant troupe (Evening); and Ben Ali Gator and his troop of alligators (Night). The finale finds all of the characters dancing together until their palace collapses.[11]
  • Night on Bald Mountain by Modest Mussorgsky and Ave Maria by Franz Schubert. The final combat against Lord Zedd and his recruits begins at midnight on the light of the full moon when the devil monster Chernabog summons evil spirits and restless souls of ancient villains and Demons from their graves. The spirits dance and fly through the air until driven back by the sound of an Angelus bell as night fades into dawn while the villains run away swearing revenge. A chorus is heard singing Ave Maria as a line of robed monks is depicted walking with lighted torches through a forest and into the ruins of a cathedral.[12]