History AdaptationalVillainy / AnimatedFilms

15th Aug '17 11:27:15 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainUnderpantsTheFirstEpicMovie'': In the ''Literature/CaptainUnderpants'' books, Professor Poopypants snapped when Harold and George make fun of his name. In the film, he's already evil-- his backstory reveals he snapped when (spoiler:the presenters at the World's Greatest Inventor ceremony were too busy laughing at his name to give him his well-deserved award]]. And while he gets annoyed when they make him the villain in one of their comics, he instead takes the idea of being a supervillain with stride.

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* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainUnderpantsTheFirstEpicMovie'': In the ''Literature/CaptainUnderpants'' books, Professor Poopypants snapped when Harold and George make fun of his name. In the film, he's already evil-- his backstory reveals he snapped when (spoiler:the [[spoiler:the presenters at the World's Greatest Inventor ceremony were too busy laughing at his name to give him his well-deserved award]]. And while he gets annoyed when they make him the villain in one of their comics, he instead takes the idea of being a supervillain with stride.
15th Aug '17 11:00:16 AM ngh93
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* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainUnderpantsTheFirstEpicMovie'': In the ''Literature/CaptainUnderpants'' books, Professor Poopypants snapped when Harold and George make fun of his name. In the film, he's already evil, and while he gets annoyed when they make him the villain in one of their comics, he instead takes the idea of being a supervillain with stride.

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* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainUnderpantsTheFirstEpicMovie'': In the ''Literature/CaptainUnderpants'' books, Professor Poopypants snapped when Harold and George make fun of his name. In the film, he's already evil, and evil-- his backstory reveals he snapped when (spoiler:the presenters at the World's Greatest Inventor ceremony were too busy laughing at his name to give him his well-deserved award]]. And while he gets annoyed when they make him the villain in one of their comics, he instead takes the idea of being a supervillain with stride.stride.
27th Jul '17 8:00:18 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* Both played straight and [[AdaptationalHeroism inverted]] in ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'' - archetypal good guys Prince Charming, RobinHood, and the FairyGodmother are villains while [[AdaptationalHeroism The Big Bad Wolf is one of the heroes, along with traditionally Always Chaotic Evil creatures like ogres and dragons.]]

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* Both played straight and [[AdaptationalHeroism inverted]] in ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'' - archetypal good guys Prince Charming, PrinceCharming, RobinHood, and the FairyGodmother are villains while [[AdaptationalHeroism The Big Bad Wolf is one of the heroes, along with traditionally Always Chaotic Evil creatures like ogres and dragons.]]
5th Jul '17 9:23:17 PM DuelMark
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* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainUnderpantsTheFirstEpicMovie'': In the ''Literature/Captainunderpants''books, Professor Poopypants snapped when Harold and George make fun of his name. In the film, he's already evil, and while he gets annoyed when they make him the villain in one of their comics, he instead takes the idea of being a supervillain with stride.

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* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainUnderpantsTheFirstEpicMovie'': In the ''Literature/Captainunderpants''books, ''Literature/CaptainUnderpants'' books, Professor Poopypants snapped when Harold and George make fun of his name. In the film, he's already evil, and while he gets annoyed when they make him the villain in one of their comics, he instead takes the idea of being a supervillain with stride.
5th Jul '17 9:20:27 PM DuelMark
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* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainUnderpantsTheFirstEpicMovie'': In the ''Literature/Captainunderpants''books, Professor Poopypants snapped when Harold and George make fun of his name. In the film, he's already evil, and while he gets annoyed when they make him the villain in one of their comics, he instead takes the idea of being a supervillain with stride.
24th May '17 9:35:37 PM LadyNorbert
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** One of the most famous examples is Kaa the python. In the book, he is a mentor and friend of Mowgli as much as Bagheera and Baloo are and helps to save him when he is kidnapped by monkeys, engages him in friendly wrestling matches, and offers him advice for battle against the dholes, indeed never harming or threatening him in any way and saving his life more than once. The other animals in the jungle [[TheDreaded respect and fear him]] for his [[OldMaster wisdom]] and powers of hypnosis, which only Mowgli, because he is human, is immune to. In the [[Disney/TheJungleBook Disney movie]] and its sequel, he is a LaughablyEvil villain whose only role in the plot is to serve as a minor nuisance. Apparently [[ExecutiveMeddling it was thought by Disney]] that audiences [[SnakesAreSinister wouldn't accept a snake as a heroic character.]] In the sequel Kaa, while still a conniving predator, [[VillainDecay is rather ineffective and pitiful]] rather than the genuinely effective, whilst comedic, villain he originally was (well, he was pretty pathetic from the start, but the sequel takes it up to eleven). [[TropesAreNotBad Although ironically, this made him arguably the most popular character from the film and one of Disney's best recognised villains]]. The live-action movie adaptation portrayed him as a mindless monster who is used as a SharkPool by King Louie against thieves (in the novel, incidentally, Kaa was the only animal that the monkeys were afraid of - that's why Bagheera and Baloo went to him for help); this depiction draws on a ''different'' snake who appeared in ''The Second Jungle Book''. In the [[Film/TheJungleBook2016 2016 adaptation]], Kaa remains a villain but [[GenderFlip her]] serious nature, immense size, and knowledge of the jungle are restored.
** [[BigBad Shere Khan]] himself is upgraded slightly with each Disney adaptation. In the books he was an antagonist, but represented as somewhat pitiful (he has a bad leg, restricting his ability to hunt), is something of an [[SmugSnake arrogant fool]], and is taken half-heartedly by a lot of residents of the jungle, including Bagheera. The other animals generally see him as a troublemaker and a coward because he attacks humans (something forbidden under the Law of the Jungle), and characters like Bagheera and Kaa command a lot more respect and fear. In the original Disney film, he is somewhat [[LaughablyEvil comedic]] and playful, but is genuinely feared and implied to be stronger than many animals put together. In ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'', he is given much more deathly serious and calculating demeanor, but also is rather [[AffablyEvil affable]] and more of an AntiVillain in many of his appearafnces, with [[EvenEvilHasStandards a moral code]] that restrains his villainy. In the sequel to Disney's ''Jungle Book'' he is an [[KnightOfCerebus out and out dark presence whose only goal is to rip Mowgli to shreds]].

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** One of the most famous examples is Kaa the python. In the book, he is a mentor and friend of Mowgli as much as Bagheera and Baloo are are, and helps to save him when he is kidnapped by monkeys, engages him in friendly wrestling matches, and offers him advice for battle against the dholes, indeed never harming or threatening him in any way and saving his life more than once. The other animals in the jungle [[TheDreaded respect and fear him]] for his [[OldMaster wisdom]] and powers of hypnosis, to which only Mowgli, because he is human, is immune to.immune. In the [[Disney/TheJungleBook Disney movie]] and its sequel, he is a LaughablyEvil villain whose only role in the plot is to serve as a minor nuisance. Apparently [[ExecutiveMeddling it was thought by Disney]] that audiences [[SnakesAreSinister wouldn't accept a snake as a heroic character.]] In the sequel Kaa, while still a conniving predator, [[VillainDecay is rather ineffective and pitiful]] rather than the genuinely effective, whilst comedic, villain he originally was (well, he was pretty pathetic from the start, but the sequel takes it up to eleven). [[TropesAreNotBad Although ironically, this made him arguably the most popular character from the film and one of Disney's best recognised villains]]. The live-action movie adaptation portrayed him as a mindless monster who is used as a SharkPool by King Louie against thieves (in the novel, incidentally, Kaa was the only animal that the monkeys were afraid of feared - that's why Bagheera and Baloo went to him for help); this depiction draws on a ''different'' snake who appeared in ''The Second Jungle Book''. In the [[Film/TheJungleBook2016 2016 adaptation]], Kaa remains a villain but [[GenderFlip her]] serious nature, immense size, and knowledge of the jungle are restored.
** [[BigBad Shere Khan]] himself is upgraded slightly with each Disney adaptation. In the books he was an antagonist, but represented as somewhat pitiful (he has a bad leg, restricting his ability to hunt), is something of an [[SmugSnake arrogant fool]], and is taken half-heartedly by a lot of residents of the jungle, including Bagheera. The other animals generally see him as a troublemaker and a coward because he attacks humans (something forbidden under the Law of the Jungle), and characters like Bagheera and Kaa command a lot more respect and fear. In the original Disney film, he is somewhat [[LaughablyEvil comedic]] and playful, but is genuinely feared and implied to be stronger than many animals put together. In ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'', he is given much more deathly serious and calculating demeanor, but also is rather [[AffablyEvil affable]] and more of an AntiVillain in many of his appearafnces, appearances, with [[EvenEvilHasStandards a moral code]] that restrains his villainy. In the sequel to Disney's ''Jungle Book'' he is an [[KnightOfCerebus out and out dark presence whose only goal is to rip Mowgli to shreds]].



** Jenner in the Creator/DonBluth film ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH'', what with [[spoiler: destroying Mrs. Brisby's home and killing Nicodemus.]] However, in [[Literature/MrsFrisbyAndTheRatsOfNIMH the book the film is based on]], he is not nearly as villainous, but is a slightly more sympathetic and much less malicious CommanderContrarian who only appears through flashbacks [[spoiler: and [[DoomedContrarian dies]] offstage.]] He disagrees with Nicodemus about leaving for Thorn Valley, but he doesn't resort to violence like his film counterpart - in the book, he was actually one of Nicodemus's closest friends (even before they were both captured by NIMH) despite their ideological differences, helped mastermind the rats' escape from NIMH in the first place, and is a GrumpyBear at worst.
** While he isn't much of a villain in the movie, since he [[spoiler: refuses to kill Nicodemus, warns Justin that Mrs. Brisby is being attacked by his boss Jenner, throws Justin his sword during the ensuing fight, and ultimately kills Jenner when he tries to murder Justin]], Sullivan is a very minor character who never associated with Jenner in the book.

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** Jenner in the Creator/DonBluth film ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH'', what with [[spoiler: destroying Mrs. Brisby's home and killing Nicodemus.]] However, in [[Literature/MrsFrisbyAndTheRatsOfNIMH the book on which the film is based on]], based]], he is not nearly as villainous, but is a slightly more sympathetic and much less malicious CommanderContrarian who only appears through flashbacks [[spoiler: and [[DoomedContrarian dies]] offstage.]] He disagrees with Nicodemus about leaving for Thorn Valley, but he doesn't resort to violence like his film counterpart - in the book, he was actually one of Nicodemus's closest friends (even before they were both captured by NIMH) despite their ideological differences, helped mastermind the rats' escape from NIMH in the first place, and is a GrumpyBear at worst.
** While he isn't much of a villain in the movie, since he [[spoiler: refuses to kill Nicodemus, warns Justin that Mrs. Brisby is being attacked by his boss Jenner, throws Justin his sword during the ensuing fight, and ultimately kills Jenner when he tries to murder Justin]], Sullivan is a very minor character who never associated associates with Jenner in the book.



** The human scientists at NIMH in the book are portrayed as simply people doing their jobs - they are not pointlessly cruel to their research animals and even treat them kindly. In the film, they are [[MadScientist mad scientists]] who abuse the animals and the reasons for their experiments aren't explained.

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** The human scientists at NIMH in the book are portrayed as simply people doing their jobs - they are not pointlessly cruel to their research animals and even treat them kindly. In the film, they are [[MadScientist mad scientists]] {{mad scientist}}s who abuse the animals animals, and the reasons for their experiments aren't explained.



* In the Disney movie ''Disney/{{Bambi}}'', Ronno the deer is a jealous [[TheBully bully]] who spends much of his time antagonizing Bambi, culminating in their battle over Faline. In the original book, Ronno and Bambi were actually good friends instead of enemies, although this does change as they grow older and see each other as competition for does.

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* In the Disney movie ''Disney/{{Bambi}}'', Ronno the deer is a jealous [[TheBully bully]] who spends much of his time antagonizing Bambi, culminating in their battle over Faline. In the original book, Ronno and Bambi were are actually good friends instead of enemies, although this does change as they grow older and see each other as competition for does.



** The Sea Witch in the Creator/HansChristianAndersen fairy tale is a neutral character who shows no vindictive intentions toward the unnamed mermaid, only making the famous tongue-for-legs exchange, even warning the mermaid of the consequences of the transformation. She doesn't go back on the deal or interfere with her relationship with the prince until she is asked to by the mermaid's sisters, and only indirectly. In the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon film ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', she is named Ursula, is an out-and-out villain with a tendency toward [[DealWithTheDevil Faustian deals]], and gets in the way of Ariel's romance with Prince Eric far more than the character in the fairy tale did.

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** The Sea Witch in the Creator/HansChristianAndersen fairy tale is a neutral character who shows no vindictive intentions toward the unnamed mermaid, only making the famous tongue-for-legs exchange, even warning the mermaid of the consequences of the transformation. She doesn't go back on the deal or interfere with her relationship with the prince until she is asked to by the mermaid's sisters, sisters request it, and then only indirectly. In the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon film ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', she is named Ursula, is an out-and-out villain with a tendency toward [[DealWithTheDevil Faustian deals]], and gets in the way of Ariel's romance with Prince Eric far more than the character in the fairy tale did.



** Ursula also takes the place of the princess who the prince eventually marries in the original, who is innocent in Andersen's fairy tale and genuinely loves him.

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** Ursula also takes the place of the princess who whom the prince eventually marries in the original, who is innocent in Andersen's fairy tale and genuinely loves him.



* It may be surprising to learn that [[SinisterMinister Claude Frollo]] of ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' was [[AntiVillain a more sympathetic character]] in the [[Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame original novel]] by Creator/VictorHugo. While driven to evil deeds later by his lust for Esmeralda, he willingly adopts and cares for Quasimodo, instead of threatening to throw him down a well as he did in the Disney version of the story. All while looking after his layabout of a brother, Jehan (who most movie adaptations [[CompositeCharacter composite with Claude]]), and being orphaned himself to boot. He was also more tolerant of gypsies, asking only that they keep their activities away from the cathedral rather than actively hunting them down.
** Frollo was originally archdeacon of Notre Dame; in the movie, the archdeacon is a [[DecompositeCharacter seperate, kindly character]], who induces a guilt trip on Frollo at the beginning and is beaten up by him at the end. In a sense, both these scenes depict the man struggling with ''himself''. It's believed the reason for this AdaptationalVillainy was due to Disney being concerned that having a priest for a BigBad would offend people, and their solution was to divide the literary character in two and give one all the good qualities and the other all the bad.
* ''Literature/AliceInWonderland''

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* It may be surprising to learn that [[SinisterMinister Claude Frollo]] of ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' was [[AntiVillain a more sympathetic character]] in the [[Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame original novel]] by Creator/VictorHugo. While driven to evil deeds later by his lust for Esmeralda, he willingly adopts and cares for Quasimodo, instead of threatening to throw him down a well as he did in the Disney version of the story. All He does so while also looking after his layabout of a brother, Jehan (who most movie adaptations [[CompositeCharacter composite with Claude]]), and being orphaned himself to boot. He was He's also more tolerant of gypsies, asking only that they keep their activities away from the cathedral rather than actively hunting them down.
** Frollo was originally archdeacon of Notre Dame; in the movie, the archdeacon is a [[DecompositeCharacter seperate, separate, kindly character]], who induces a guilt trip on Frollo at the beginning and is beaten up by him at the end. In a sense, both these scenes depict the man struggling with ''himself''. It's believed the reason for this AdaptationalVillainy was due to Disney being concerned that having a priest for a BigBad would offend people, and their solution was to divide the literary character in two and give one all the good qualities and the other all the bad.
* ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'' ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'':



* The three witches in ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron'' are grasping and sneaky, if not evil, characters who try and trick Taran into giving up a treasure for the cauldron. In the book, they are neutral figures who bend their own rules to help Taran and the others get rid of it.
** In the books, they are fairly explicitly the actual Fates. (Taran's mentor Dalben was originally raised by them, which is why he's so weird.)

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* The three witches in ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron'' are grasping and sneaky, if not evil, characters who try and trick Taran into giving up a treasure for the cauldron. In the book, they are neutral figures who bend their own rules to help Taran and the others get rid of it.
** In the books, they are fairly
it. The books almost explicitly state that Orddu, Orwen, and Orgoch are the actual Fates. (Taran's mentor Dalben was originally raised by them, which is why he's so weird.)



* The puppeteer from ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'' (Mangiafuoco in the book, Stromboli in the film). In the film he was far more cruel and simply wanted to exploit Pinocchio and states that he'll use him as firewood after he can't perform anymore. In the book although he initially does want to use Pinocchio as firewood after the boy accidentally ruins one of his puppet shows, Pinocchio is able to convince him not to do so, and he [[PetTheDog even gives the talking puppet some coins to help Geppetto out]]. This is probably an influence from Alexey N. Tolstoy's book adaptation, ''Buratino'', where the puppeteer, named Carabas Barabas, is the [[BigBad main villain]] and a very ominous person (although, incidentally, the scene mentioned above still happens anyways, but even that he does for a completely selfish reason).

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* The puppeteer from ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'' (Mangiafuoco in the book, Stromboli in the film). In the film he was far more cruel and simply wanted to exploit Pinocchio and states that he'll use him as firewood after he can't perform anymore. In the book book, although he initially does want to use Pinocchio as firewood after the boy accidentally ruins one of his puppet shows, Pinocchio is able to convince him not to do so, and he [[PetTheDog even gives the talking puppet some coins to help Geppetto out]]. This is probably an influence from Alexey N. Tolstoy's book adaptation, ''Buratino'', where the puppeteer, named Carabas Barabas, is the [[BigBad main villain]] and a very ominous person (although, incidentally, the scene mentioned above still happens anyways, anyway, but even that he does for a completely selfish reason).



* In ''WesternAnimation/GnomeoAndJuliet'', Benny (the equivalent of Benvolio), is a malicious trickster who exacerbates the antipathy between the FeudingFamilies. In Shakespeare's ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet'', Benvolio is a mild-mannered NiceGuy (although oddly, there is a line from Mercutio that [[InformedAttribute describes Benvolio as hot blooded and eager to start fights]]). WordOfGod is that Gnomeo is a CompositeCharacter of Romeo and Mercutio, and the effect of this is that "Benny" was basically left with the nastier side of Mercutio's personality (and Benvolio's name).

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* In ''WesternAnimation/GnomeoAndJuliet'', Benny (the equivalent of Benvolio), Benvolio) is a malicious trickster who exacerbates the antipathy between the FeudingFamilies. In Shakespeare's ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet'', Benvolio is a mild-mannered NiceGuy (although oddly, there is a line from Mercutio that [[InformedAttribute describes Benvolio as hot blooded and eager to start fights]]). WordOfGod is that Gnomeo is a CompositeCharacter of Romeo and Mercutio, and the effect of this is that "Benny" was basically left with the nastier side of Mercutio's personality (and Benvolio's name).



** Believe it or not, Scar qualifies--with the film being a loose adaptation of ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'', Scar is obviously meant to be King Claudius (brother of the original king, murders said king to take the throne, etc.). Claudius, however, was shown to be [[AffablyEvil an affable man]] and [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure a relatively decent ruler]] who was HappilyMarried to the queen and bore no ill will towards his nephew, the titular Prince Hamlet, even urging him to stay in Denmark to inherit the throne from him and showing genuine concern over [[ObfuscatingInsanity his feigned madness]]. Heck, there are quite a few points wherein Claudius actually shows remorse for killing his brother and this remorse is a huge plot point. Scar on the other hand is an unrepentant and selfish psychopath who reduces the Pridelands to a barren wasteland after taking the throne, implicitly abuses the queen (verbally and physically), tries to get Simba killed along with Mufasa because he knows the heir will be a threat to "his" rule and shows absolutely no remorse for killing his brother whatsoever[[note]]in the film, anyway; in the Broadway version, he does get a slight bit of guilt, but rather than redeeming him, it ends up driving him to insanity and effectively making him more evil[[/note]].

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** Believe it or not, Scar qualifies--with qualifies. With the film being a loose adaptation of ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'', Scar is obviously meant to be King Claudius (brother of the original king, murders said king to take the throne, etc.). Claudius, however, was shown to be [[AffablyEvil an affable man]] and [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure a relatively decent ruler]] who was HappilyMarried to the queen and bore no ill will towards his nephew, the titular Prince Hamlet, even urging him to stay in Denmark to inherit the throne from him and showing genuine concern over [[ObfuscatingInsanity his feigned madness]]. Heck, there are quite a few points wherein Claudius actually shows remorse for killing his brother and this remorse is a huge plot point. Scar on the other hand is an unrepentant and selfish psychopath who reduces the Pridelands to a barren wasteland after taking the throne, implicitly abuses the queen (verbally and physically), tries to get Simba killed along with Mufasa because he knows the heir will be a threat to "his" rule and shows absolutely no remorse for killing his brother whatsoever[[note]]in the film, anyway; in the Broadway version, he does get a slight bit of guilt, but rather than redeeming him, it ends up driving him to insanity and effectively making him more evil[[/note]].



* ''WesternAnimation/JosephKingOfDreams'' leaves out the part of TheBible where Joseph's oldest brother, Reuben, planned to rescue him from the pit that his other brothers threw him in. (There's also a bit of AdaptationalHeroism for the other brothers, though: in the Bible they planned to ''kill'' Joseph until Reuben intervened, while here they never go farther than the pit[=/=][[MadeASlave selling-into-slavery]] plan.)

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* ''WesternAnimation/JosephKingOfDreams'' leaves out the part of TheBible where Joseph's oldest brother, Reuben, planned to rescue him from the pit that his into which their other brothers threw him in.him. (There's also a bit of AdaptationalHeroism for the other brothers, though: in the Bible they planned to ''kill'' Joseph until Reuben intervened, while here they never go farther than the pit[=/=][[MadeASlave selling-into-slavery]] plan.)
10th Apr '17 9:53:11 AM JoeMerl
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* ''WesternAnimation/JosephKingOfDreams'' leaves out the part of TheBible where Joseph's oldest brother, Reuben, planned to rescue him from the pit that his other brothers threw him in. (There's also a bit of AdaptationalHeroism for the other brothers, though: in the Bible they planned to ''kill'' Joseph until Reuben intervened, while here they never got farther than the pit[=/=][[MadeASlave selling-into-slavery]] plan.)

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* ''WesternAnimation/JosephKingOfDreams'' leaves out the part of TheBible where Joseph's oldest brother, Reuben, planned to rescue him from the pit that his other brothers threw him in. (There's also a bit of AdaptationalHeroism for the other brothers, though: in the Bible they planned to ''kill'' Joseph until Reuben intervened, while here they never got go farther than the pit[=/=][[MadeASlave selling-into-slavery]] plan.)
10th Apr '17 9:52:55 AM JoeMerl
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* ''WesternAnimation/JosephKingOfDreams'' leaves out the part of TheBible where Joseph's oldest brother, Reuben, planned to rescue him from the pit that his other brothers threw him in. (There's also a bit of AdaptationalHeroism for the other brothers, though: in the Bible they planned to ''kill'' Joseph until Reuben intervened, while here they never going farther than the pit[=/=][[MadeASlave selling-into-slavery]] plan.)

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* ''WesternAnimation/JosephKingOfDreams'' leaves out the part of TheBible where Joseph's oldest brother, Reuben, planned to rescue him from the pit that his other brothers threw him in. (There's also a bit of AdaptationalHeroism for the other brothers, though: in the Bible they planned to ''kill'' Joseph until Reuben intervened, while here they never going got farther than the pit[=/=][[MadeASlave selling-into-slavery]] plan.)
10th Apr '17 9:51:43 AM JoeMerl
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* ''Disney/BigHero6'' is more "Adaptational JerkWithAHeartOfGold. In the comics, Hiro Takachiho is an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent. At the start of the [[Disney/BigHero6 animated movie]], Hiro [[AdaptationNameChange Hamada]] partakes in illegal bot-fights before his brother shows him around his school. There's also the issue of [[spoiler:trying to kill Callaghan]], though to be fair, [[YouKilledMyFather that was an extreme circumstance]].

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* ''Disney/BigHero6'' is more "Adaptational JerkWithAHeartOfGold. " In the comics, Hiro Takachiho is an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent. At the start of the [[Disney/BigHero6 animated movie]], Hiro [[AdaptationNameChange Hamada]] partakes in illegal bot-fights before his brother shows him around his school. There's also the issue of [[spoiler:trying to kill Callaghan]], though to be fair, [[YouKilledMyFather that was an extreme circumstance]].
10th Apr '17 9:51:25 AM JoeMerl
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* In the comics, ''Disney/BigHero6'''s Hiro Takachiho is an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent. At the start of the [[Disney/BigHero6 animated movie]], Hiro [[AdaptationNameChange Hamada]] partakes in illegal bot-fights before his brother shows him around his school.

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* ''Disney/BigHero6'' is more "Adaptational JerkWithAHeartOfGold. In the comics, ''Disney/BigHero6'''s Hiro Takachiho is an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent. At the start of the [[Disney/BigHero6 animated movie]], Hiro [[AdaptationNameChange Hamada]] partakes in illegal bot-fights before his brother shows him around his school. There's also the issue of [[spoiler:trying to kill Callaghan]], though to be fair, [[YouKilledMyFather that was an extreme circumstance]].
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