History Anime / JackToMameNoKi

21st Sep '17 6:22:30 PM GarrulousTiger
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* You'reInsane: Jack momentarily thinks Margaret might be crazy for apparently wanting to marry someone like Tulip, until he learns it's because Hecuba is controlling her with a mind-control spell.

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* You'reInsane: YoureInsane: Jack momentarily thinks Margaret might be crazy for apparently wanting to marry someone like Tulip, until he learns it's because Hecuba is controlling her with a mind-control spell.
21st Sep '17 6:22:11 PM GarrulousTiger
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* You'reInsane: Jack momentarily thinks Margaret might be crazy for apparently wanting to marry someone like Tulip, until he learns it's because Hecuba is controlling her with a mind-control spell.
21st Sep '17 6:18:02 PM GarrulousTiger
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* CanNotTellALie: The singing harp. The mice have to hold her harp-strings totally still to keep her from telling the giant where Jack is.

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* CanNotTellALie: The singing harp. The mice have to hold her harp-strings totally still to keep her from telling the giant where Jack is. (Jack impersonates the harp to get Tulip to go away.)
21st Sep '17 6:17:24 PM GarrulousTiger
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* TalkingInYourSleep: Margaret apparently does this, only able to express how terrified she is in her sleep. This is because the mind-control spell that Hecuba has cast over the princess wears off at night and must be cast anew each day. Jack overhears her while on his way back home with some of the stolen treasure and is momentarily given pause, but is not persuaded to go back and fight until Crosby [[WhatTheHellHero]] shames him into it afterward.

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* TalkingInYourSleep: Margaret apparently does this, only able to express how terrified she is in her sleep. This is because the mind-control spell that Hecuba has cast over the princess wears off at night and must be cast anew each day. Jack overhears her while on his way back home with some of the stolen treasure and is momentarily given pause, but is not persuaded to go back and fight until Crosby [[WhatTheHellHero]] [[WhatTheHellHero shames him into it it]] afterward.
21st Sep '17 6:16:53 PM GarrulousTiger
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* TalkingInYourSleep: Margaret apparently does this, only able to express how terrified she is in her sleep. It's when Jack hears her crying, saying how frightened she is and begging for help that he starts to decide to fight.

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* TalkingInYourSleep: Margaret apparently does this, only able to express how terrified she is in her sleep. It's when This is because the mind-control spell that Hecuba has cast over the princess wears off at night and must be cast anew each day. Jack hears overhears her crying, saying how frightened she is while on his way back home with some of the stolen treasure and begging for help that he starts is momentarily given pause, but is not persuaded to decide to fight.go back and fight until Crosby [[WhatTheHellHero]] shames him into it afterward.
21st Sep '17 6:13:40 PM GarrulousTiger
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* TrueLovesKiss: Averted. It is a kiss that will break the spell on Margaret, but it doesn't have to be her One True Love...the only requirement is that the kisser is brave. [[SelfDeprecation Jack briefly says he isn't brave enough to even]] ''[[SelfDeprecation try...]]''

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* TrueLovesKiss: Averted. It is a kiss that will break the spell on Margaret, but it doesn't have to be her One True Love...the only requirement is that the kisser is brave. [[SelfDeprecation Jack briefly says he isn't brave enough to even]] ''[[SelfDeprecation try...]]'' Nevertheless, Margaret tells him afterward it was the sweetest kiss she's ever had.
20th Sep '17 11:32:15 PM GarrulousTiger
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* WhatTheHellHero: Crosby gives one to Jack... in song form, no less (see EvenTheDogIsAshamed above).

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* WhatTheHellHero: Crosby gives one to Jack... in song form, form (and a traditional Japanese ''enka'' ballad), no less (see EvenTheDogIsAshamed above).
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20th Sep '17 11:30:22 PM GarrulousTiger
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* NeverSayDie: In the English dub, Jack's father is "gone"; Margaret's parents were "done away with" by Hecuba; Hecuba commands Tulip to "destroy" Jack and Margaret after her spell is broken; and so on.
15th Sep '17 6:20:35 PM GarrulousTiger
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Released in Japan in 1974, it received an English-language dub and distribution through Columbia Pictures in 1976 with BillieLouWatt of AstroBoy and Anime/Superbook fame as the voice of Jack, and aired occasionally on U.S. cable television during the 1980s.

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Released in Japan in 1974, it received an English-language dub and distribution through Columbia Pictures in 1976 with BillieLouWatt of AstroBoy and Anime/Superbook fame as the voice of Jack, and aired occasionally on U.S. cable television during the 1980s.
15th Sep '17 6:20:15 PM GarrulousTiger
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A [[{{Anime}} Japanese animated film]] from TheSeventies directed by Gisaburo Sugii who was an animation director for ''Anime/BelladonnaOfSadness'' and later directed ''Anime/NightOnTheGalacticRailroad'', the 1984 ''Anime/GlassMask'' TV series, and ''Anime/StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie''. It is, of course, a re-imagining/expansion of the fairy-tale "Literature/JackAndTheBeanstalk". The film starts out familiarly enough... Jack is tricked into trading his cow for magic beans, the beans grow a beanstalk over night...and then it gets interesting. Jack's dog, Crosby, saves a mouse wearing a pink princess dress from a bird, and she leads Jack and Crosby to the top of the beanstalk, to a magical cloud kingdom. There, Jack meets Princess Margaret, who seems oddly calm about marrying an ugly, dumb giant and having a WickedWitch for a mother-in-law. Of course, it's revealed that the witch wants to be queen of the cloud kingdom and has turned the rest of the royal family and servants into mice, who beg Jack to save their princess.

Released in Japan in 1974, it received an English-language dub and distribution through Columbia Pictures in 1976 with BillieLouWatt (AstroBoy, [[Superbook]]) as the voice of Jack, and aired occasionally on U.S. cable television during the 1980s.

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A [[{{Anime}} Japanese animated film]] from TheSeventies directed by Gisaburo Sugii who was an animation director for ''Anime/BelladonnaOfSadness'' and later directed ''Anime/NightOnTheGalacticRailroad'', the 1984 ''Anime/GlassMask'' ''Manga/GlassMask'' TV series, and ''Anime/StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie''. It is, of course, a re-imagining/expansion of the fairy-tale "Literature/JackAndTheBeanstalk". The film starts out familiarly enough... Jack is tricked into trading his cow for magic beans, the beans grow a beanstalk over night...and then it gets interesting. Jack's dog, Crosby, saves a mouse wearing a pink princess dress from a bird, and she leads Jack and Crosby to the top of the beanstalk, to a magical cloud kingdom. There, Jack meets Princess Margaret, who seems oddly calm about marrying an ugly, dumb giant and having a WickedWitch for a mother-in-law. Of course, it's revealed that the witch wants to be queen of the cloud kingdom and has turned the rest of the royal family and servants into mice, who beg Jack to save their princess.

Released in Japan in 1974, it received an English-language dub and distribution through Columbia Pictures in 1976 with BillieLouWatt (AstroBoy, [[Superbook]]) of AstroBoy and Anime/Superbook fame as the voice of Jack, and aired occasionally on U.S. cable television during the 1980s.
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