See What Show (video): Ratatouille Special Report 1


See What Show week of 8 August 2007: Disney sent See What Show to cover the premiere of Ratatouille in Paris! Watch as brown steps on the red carpet, eats good food and talks to people like Michael Giacchino and Dylan Brown.

Watch out for the rest of our video specials where we interview more people like director Brad Bird and Producer John Lasseter.

(Available in mp4 and Youtube formats)

Note: The mp4 video file is 14.9 mb but it is clearer than the Youtube one.

Vodcast iconVideo Podcast: See What Show (video) 8 August 2007: Ratatouille Special Report 1 (MP4 Video, 320×240, file size: 14.9 mb, Time: 00:03:15)

Or you can also view the low-res version above or over at Youtube

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Yap your mandarin sux. Ha ha ha, but good effort though

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You cud at least show some sexy thing in stiletto heels and low slits during yur R&R there and attach it at the end of this video, I hear there PLENTY!! of sun-bathers at ibiza, all cute cute one and u din even take 1

*exasperated sigh*

Congrats again, mrbrown!

Now I finally get to know what you & Ryan went to Paris for (nope, not for something akin to Moulin Rouge).
I must have missed any earlier hints anywhere about the reason.

Seeing you at the launch contrasts so much with what you told us, about the red-light accommodation & endless fried noodles, that both of you were forced to endure.

I feel great hilarity yet much pride, in seeing you go on in Singlish & army talk, poking fun at the “chefs” & “cutlery”, amidst being surrounded by all those clueless ang mohs! High five!

kool lol..i wana watch tat movie.

wah your mandarin not bad leh… by spanish standard at least… lol

WAHHAHA, silly ang mohs…think all chinese must be manderin speakers.

thanks for the vid :)