Title: A New Leitmotif idea for Dee Dee's Asian Friend Lee Lee from Dexter's Lab
Uploaded: Between December 31, 2011 and April 28, 2012
Length: Unknown (00:24?)
Description: I do not own, or claim to own, any contents of the audio or the images, but… In episodes of Dexter’s Laboratory where Dee Dee’s two friends Lee Lee and Mee Mee appeared in, we can hear the same leitmotif for Dee Dee’s friends over and over again, beginning with Tribe Called Girl and ending somehow with Trick or Treehouse. But since my longtime dream project “Dexter’s Odyssey”, which is a theatrical big screen live action/animated Dexter’s Laboratory/The Powerpuff Girls-inspired twelve(?)-part epic, would mainly be the epic tale of both Lee Lee, the Asian friend of Dexter’s sister Dee Dee , and Dexter himself, as well as of the great epic battle between one of Dee Dee’s friends Lee Lee (as the Avatar Princess Lilimaia) and Dexter’s arch nemesis Mandark (as Mandark, the evil Dark Lord of the Avatars), who according to prophecy, Lee Lee (as said warrior princess) is to destroy… I have an idea for what a new leitmotif for Dee Dee’s Asian Friend Lee Lee should sound like in Dexter’s Odyssey by accompanying a 24-second slideshow of pictures of Lee Lee with an unreleased music excerpt from Hans Zimmer’s brilliant score for Disney’s 1994 megahit, The Lion King. So, what should that leitmotif for Lee Lee in Dexter’s Odyssey sound like to you guys based on this music sample? Would it be powerful, beautiful or what?
For reasons unknown, it disappeared by the end of 2012. Looking at the description for this video, it appears this may have been due to the use of Hans Zimmer's Lion King score.