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later in Lord Farquaad's castle, as he watches Fiona on the mirror you see Mama Bear as a rug, skinned and laying on the floor.Her ultimate fate, however, seems to be OK: she re-appears in the Video/DVD Karaoke scene, dancing with Papa and Baby Bears.The song "Welcome to Duloc", which is sung by the wooden dolls in the cabinet at the entrance to Duloc, is not only a parody of Disney's "It's a Small World", but is in the same key and has the same beats per minute (tempo) as the Disney song.In an interview once Eddie Murphy joked that the movie Shrek, and his character Donkey, became so popular that had he died the year the movie was released newspapers would have probably used a picture of Donkey instead of Eddie Murphy.Then, the film would have been in hand-drawn animation, and was going to star Bill Murray as Shrek and Steve Martin as Donkey.Prior to release, the movie was viewed by Dream Work's lawyers, since there were concerns that Disney would sue over the movie's not-so-subtle satirical references to the company's films and theme parks.The line "You're on your way to a smacked bottom." was improvised by Mike Myers after he got annoyed at one of the directors.He had also used this line a few years earlier, while playing his Austin Powers character in the popular music video of Madonna's song 'Beautiful Stranger'.
The song "All Star" by Smash Mouth, heard in the opening credits, was only a placeholder for test screenings until a new song could be found." Mike Myers was in New York City when they realized that the line "What are you doing in my swamp?! So producer Jeffrey Katzenberg flew to New York City, and had Myers read the line in the back of a limo.Steven Spielberg was originally going to produce the film in 1991, when he was in charge of Amblin Entertainment.A fairy godmother was originally included in the movie, but was cut out in the beginning of the movie's production.She eventually appeared in Shrek 2 (2004) and would form a lasting impact across the film series (this is the only film that doesn't feature her at all).