History Animation / NuPogodi

6th Oct '16 8:53:20 PM Angeldeb82
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* LostEpisode: While not truly "lost", there were a couple of episodes created in 1980 for an anthology show of the best in Russian animation (the premise of these was that the Wolf and Hare would be watching TV, the Wolf would somehow enter the action, and much fourth wall MindScrew would ensue as Hare messed with the set). There also were a number of TV or film [=PSAs=] that had the characters (or substitutes in varying amounts of {{Expy}}), mostly asking the Soviet populace to conserve energy.


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* MissingEpisode: While not truly "missing", there were a couple of episodes created in 1980 for an anthology show of the best in Russian animation (the premise of these was that the Wolf and Hare would be watching TV, the Wolf would somehow enter the action, and much fourth wall MindScrew would ensue as Hare messed with the set). There also were a number of TV or film [=PSAs=] that had the characters (or substitutes in varying amounts of {{Expy}}), mostly asking the Soviet populace to conserve energy.
6th Oct '16 8:51:12 PM Angeldeb82
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''Nu, Pogodi!'' (''Ну, погоди!'') is a [[EasternEuropeanAnimation Soviet (and now Russian) children's cartoon]] reminiscent of ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry''. (The creators of the show claim that they've never seen ''Tom and Jerry'', although they ''did'' admit to being inspired by post-WorldWarII WaltDisney films). Sixteen cartoons were produced between 1969 and 1986. Two more were made in 1994 and 1995, and two more were made in 2005 and 2006, for a total of twenty episodes.

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''Nu, Pogodi!'' (''Ну, погоди!'') is a [[EasternEuropeanAnimation Soviet (and now Russian) children's cartoon]] reminiscent of ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry''. (The creators of the show claim that they've never seen ''Tom and Jerry'', although they ''did'' admit to being inspired by post-WorldWarII WaltDisney films). post-UsefulNotes/WorldWarII Creator/WaltDisney films.) Sixteen cartoons were produced between 1969 and 1986. Two more were made in 1994 and 1995, and two more were made in 2005 and 2006, for a total of twenty episodes.



* CatchPhrase: Wolf's "Nu, Zayats, pogodi!" ("Well, Hare, you just wait!"). In the English dubs, it's "[[PunctuatedForEmphasis Just! You! Wait!]]".

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* CatchPhrase: Wolf's "Nu, Zayats, pogodi!" ("Well, Hare, you just wait!"). wait!") In the English dubs, it's "[[PunctuatedForEmphasis Just! You! Wait!]]".Wait!]]"



* {{Determinator}}: see CatchPhrase above.

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* CreepyCrossdresser: Wolf in the [[ChristmasSpecial New Year episode]], dressed as [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snegurochka The Snow Maiden]]. [[HoYay Yep, you heard that right.]]
** The Wolf does it again in episode 19. This time, he steals a sow's swimsuit, [[PaperThinDisguise and actually passes off as her]] until he takes his hat off. Note that female pigs in this show wear ''three bras'' and are extremely fat.
* {{Determinator}}: see See CatchPhrase above.



* InstantDogend: The cigarettes the wolf is smoking could be mistaken as such, but they're actually [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belomorkanal Papirosa]]

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* InstantDogend: The cigarettes the wolf is smoking could be mistaken as such, but they're actually [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belomorkanal Papirosa]]Papirosa]].



* PintsizedPowerhouse: The Olympics episode has the Wolf mistake an Asian hare for the Hare. The Asian hare is wearing a robe, has quite obviously slanted eyes, bows to the Wolf as a greeting, and then proceeds to beat him up when the Wolf attacks.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XEX5ekhkmg Also seen here]], where the Hare's tiny remote-controlled robot cripples the Wolf's enormous one with a couple of strategic strikes on the [[AttackItsWeakPoint antennae]].

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* PintsizedPowerhouse: PintSizedPowerhouse: The Olympics episode has the Wolf mistake an Asian hare for the Hare. The Asian hare is wearing a robe, has quite obviously slanted eyes, bows to the Wolf as a greeting, and then proceeds to beat him up when the Wolf attacks.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XEX5ekhkmg Also seen here]], where the Hare's tiny remote-controlled robot cripples the Wolf's enormous one with a couple of strategic strikes on the [[AttackItsWeakPoint antennae]].{{a|ttackItsWeakPoint}}ntennae.



* VillainousCrossdresser: Wolf in the [[ChristmasSpecial New Year episode]], dressed as [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snegurochka The Snow Maiden]]. [[HoYay Yep, you heard that right.]]
** The Wolf does it again in episode 19. This time, he steals a sow's swimsuit, [[PaperThinDisguise and actually passes off as her]] until he takes his hat off. Note that female pigs in this show wear ''three bras'' and are extremely fat.
20th Jul '16 2:36:48 PM MarkLungo
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* BarefootCartoonAnimal

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* BarefootCartoonAnimalBarefootCartoonAnimal: Kind of hard to tell at first. The presence of Wolf's claws and what might be paw pads seem to imply this is the case, but everyone's drawn as if they're wearing slippers. Later episodes make it a little clearer that this is the case.
20th Jul '16 2:36:07 PM MarkLungo
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* BarefootCartoonAnimals

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* BarefootCartoonAnimalsBarefootCartoonAnimal
14th Apr '16 12:01:35 PM Dieselheart
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* ClothingDamage: In Episode 3, the Wolf, during his usual pursuit against the Hare, gets some clothing damage during the chase. First his motorcycle helmet is crushed by a train, then one of his gloves gets bitten off and presumably ripped off by an eel, then he loses his helmet and jacket from a fish tank, then his shirt (which is green in this episode) gets ripped in two while he tries to dry it frantically (which provides a bit of {{Fanservice}} as well as a WalkingShirtlessScene for the rest of the episode), then his other glove is destroyed due to a car crash from a car breaking down (one he stole) and finally, his pants get caught in Hare's bike which is too small for him forcing him to remove his pants and leaving him in his pink underwear.

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* ClothingDamage: In Episode 3, the Wolf, during his usual pursuit against the Hare, gets some clothing damage during the chase. First his motorcycle helmet is crushed by a train, then one of his gloves gets bitten off and presumably ripped off by an eel, a pike, then he loses his helmet and jacket from a fish tank, then his shirt (which is green in this episode) gets ripped in two while he tries to dry it frantically (which provides a bit of {{Fanservice}} as well as a WalkingShirtlessScene for the rest of the episode), then his other glove is destroyed due to a car crash from a car breaking down (one he stole) and finally, his pants get caught in Hare's bike which is too small for him forcing him to remove his pants and leaving him in his pink underwear.
11th Apr '16 8:55:35 AM Prfnoff
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'''''Nu, Pogodi!''''' (''Ну, погоди!'') is a [[EasternEuropeanAnimation Soviet (and now Russian) children's cartoon]] reminiscent of ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry''. (The creators of the show claim that they've never seen ''Tom and Jerry'', although they ''did'' admit to being inspired by post-WorldWarII WaltDisney films). Sixteen cartoons were produced between 1969 and 1986. Two more were made in 1994 and 1995, and two more were made in 2005 and 2006, for a total of twenty episodes.

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'''''Nu, Pogodi!''''' ''Nu, Pogodi!'' (''Ну, погоди!'') is a [[EasternEuropeanAnimation Soviet (and now Russian) children's cartoon]] reminiscent of ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry''. (The creators of the show claim that they've never seen ''Tom and Jerry'', although they ''did'' admit to being inspired by post-WorldWarII WaltDisney films). Sixteen cartoons were produced between 1969 and 1986. Two more were made in 1994 and 1995, and two more were made in 2005 and 2006, for a total of twenty episodes.
25th Mar '16 7:54:10 PM RuskieRampage
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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: After the [[TheGreatPoliticsMessUp fall of the Soviet Union]], {{Soyuzmultfilm}} lost a lot of funding, and there was a significant drop in the production quality as the show fell under new management. Eventually the quality of the show improved but many people still prefer the old episodes.
13th Dec '15 1:51:29 PM Ihnatus
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** The character is [[InkSuitActor designed to look]] much alike the voice actor, Klara Rumyanova.
19th Oct '15 10:54:05 AM SolariusScorch
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* NightmareFuel: During the hi-tech exposition. That hare-like android [[UncannyValley with an empty smile]] that kept pointing at itself and the Wolf saying "Wolf - Hare! Wolf - Hare!" was as unsettling as it was annoying. Most of the episode consists of the Wolf trying to get away from it, because it was getting more and more uncomfortable for both him and the viewer. However, when Wolf finally lost his cool and squished the android with [[DropTheHammer a giant hammer]], it reforms, [[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay T-1000-style]], into something [[Main/KillerRobot much worse]].
19th Oct '15 10:43:26 AM SolariusScorch
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* NightmareFuel: During the hi-tech exposition. That hare-like android [[UncannyValley with an empty smile]] that kept pointing at itself and the Wolf saying "Wolf - Hare! Wolf - Hare!" was as unsettling as it was annoying. Most of the episode consists of the Wolf trying to get away from it, because it was getting more and more uncomfortable for both him and the viewer. However, when Wolf finally lost his cool and squished the android with [[DropTheHammer a giant hammer]], it reforms, [[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay T-1000-style]], into something [[Main/KillerRobot much worse]].
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