WATCH: Here's How 'Lilo & Stitch' Was Supposed To End

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WATCH: Here's How 'Lilo & Stitch' Was Supposed To End Disney

As most of you would probably already know, not every scene filmed for a movie makes it to the silver screen.

There are plenty of movies out there with alternate endings and each director has their reasons for changing things... but this one is just devastating.

Lilo & Stitch, probably one of the best Disney films of the early '00s, was supposed to end in a slightly different way.

At the end of the 2002 film, poor Lilo was kidnapped by Gantu, the big dummy.


Stitch then teams up with Nani, Jumba, and Pleakly to get her back and they end up chasing Gantu down in a big, red spaceship.

This was such an emotional scene, but originally, the gang was supposed to steal a massive airplane instead of using Jumba's spaceship.

The plane was supposed to fly through Honolulu, wreaking havoc before Lilo was finally in safe hands.

After the September 11 attacks on New York City, producers decided to change the vehicle to a spaceship because a large plane destroying a city just hit too close to home.

The original scene has now emerged on the internet, as these things do now, and we can see why the scene wouldn't sit right with audiences.

Does anyone else feel like watching the whole movie again now?