Sequels Even though Walt Disney professed that he did not like to make sequels, he was occasionally persuaded by economic reality to make them against his best judgment. One of the first of his films to lead to sequels was the cartoon Three Little Pigs; the pigs were brought back for The Big Bad Wolf, Three Little Wolves, and The Practical Pig. Three Orphan Kittens had More Kittens as a sequel. Some Disney features also had sequels, such as Old Yeller (sequel was Savage Sam), The Misadventures of Merlin Jones (The Monkey’s Uncle), and The Absent-Minded Professor (Son of Flubber). In recent years, sequels have been a little more common, with The Love Bug (Herbie Rides Again, Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo, Herbie Goes Bananas), Escape to Witch Mountain (Return from Witch Mountain), The Apple Dumpling Gang (The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again), Three Men and a Baby (Three Men and a Little Lady), Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (Honey, I Blew Up the Kid), White Fang (White Fang 2), The Mighty Ducks (D2 and D3), Stakeout (Another Stakeout), Sister Act (Sister Act 2), The Princess Diaries (The Princess Diaries 2) not to mention the Ernest films. Only one animated feature has had a theatrical sequel—The Rescuers (The Rescuers Down Under)—unless one counts computer animation, with Toy Story and Toy Story 2. There have been a number of television sequels to theatrical features, such as The Love Bug and The Parent Trap, and to other television shows, such as Davy Crockett and Not Quite Human. In recent years there have been a number of sequels to the classic animated features, a few released in theaters, but most direct-to-video.