History Anime / SherlockHound

24th Apr '16 6:21:17 PM RespectTheCassowary
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* EarlyBirdCameo: Smiley and Todd (called "George" in the dub) appear in the first episode tending to the fire that the ship Sherlock Hound was aboard which they later sabotaged because the pirates chasing it are after one of the passengers. They officially become Moriarty's henchmen by the next episode.

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* DubNameChange: A few characters' names were changed in the English dub, the most notable being Holmes (called Hound) and Todd's (called George).
* EarlyBirdCameo: Smiley and Todd (called "George" in the dub) appear in the first episode tending to the fire that the ship Sherlock Hound was aboard which they later sabotaged because the pirates chasing it are after one of the passengers. They officially become Moriarty's henchmen by the next episode.
15th Apr '16 9:53:20 PM RespectTheCassowary
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* DaddysLittleVillain[=/=]EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Episode 21 reveals the story of a late thief named Christopher, whose last scheme was to steal a royal horse, but ultimately failed and had to retire due to breaking his leg. After he passed away, his daughter Alline found his journal and discovered his life as a criminal, which inspires her to become a thief herself and complete her father's work. [[spoiler: She fails as well, but willingly quits the criminal life after Holmes and Watson catch her.]]



* EarlyBirdCameo: Smiley and Todd (then called "George") appear in the first episode tending to the fire that the ship Sherlock Hound was aboard which they later sabotaged because the pirates chasing it are after one of the passengers. They officially become Moriarty's henchmen by the next episode.

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* EarlyBirdCameo: Smiley and Todd (then called "George") (called "George" in the dub) appear in the first episode tending to the fire that the ship Sherlock Hound was aboard which they later sabotaged because the pirates chasing it are after one of the passengers. They officially become Moriarty's henchmen by the next episode.



* PinkGirlBlueBoy: The engaged couple from Episode 2, Zeal Sampton and Ms. Shields, have blue and pink hair respectively.



* YourFavorite: Kidney pie for Moriarty.

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* YourFavorite: Kidney pie and lobsters for Moriarty.
24th Mar '16 7:10:53 AM RespectTheCassowary
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* FantasticFoxes: As you may not know, Sherlock Hound is actually a red fox. The species is still canine so it fits to a world full of dogs.
** We do have Moriarty as a wolf, after all.


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* SavageWolves: While everyone else is a regular dog, Moriarty is a wolf.
21st Mar '16 7:26:50 AM RespectTheCassowary
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** Years before Sherlock Hound came out, Chikao Ohtsuka voiced another similar villain named Professor Garigari in [[Creator/ToeiAnimation Toei's]] third Puss 'n Boots movie, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wonderful_World_of_Puss_%27n_Boots#Sequels Puss 'n Boots: Around the World in 80 Days]]. This might have been the inspiration behind Ohtsuka voicing Moriarty.
19th Jan '16 8:39:54 PM KorenSteen
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* DisneyDeath: Hound near the end of "Treasure Under the Sea". Moriarty and his men even mourn his supposed passing. That is, before they all (save for Smiley) jump for joy.



* EvilGloating: Moriarty mockingly bids a goodbye to Lestrade every time he's close to catching him.



* GetRichQuickScheme: The crux of Moriarty's numerous evil plans.



* StatusQuoIsGod: Moriarty's plans are always foiled. Even after getting paid for doing somebody else's dirty work, in one way or another, he loses it all through sheer bad luck. "Crime doesn't pay", indeed.
** Lestrade always swears that he'll get Moriarty. [[CaptainObvious He never does]].

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* StatusQuoIsGod: Moriarty's plans are always foiled. Even after getting paid for doing somebody else's dirty work, in one way or another, he loses it all through sheer bad luck. "Crime doesn't pay", indeed.
indeed. To his credit, he manages to escape getting apprehended by Scotland Yard.
** Speaking of which, Lestrade always swears that he'll get Moriarty. [[CaptainObvious He never does]].


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* ThouShaltNotKill: Zig-zagged. Moriarty states that he doesn't need to kill anyone, but apparently makes an exception to Hound who he has attempted to shoot down a few times whenever they get into a showdown. He once had a man held in gunpoint by his two henchmen and attempted to strike him down with an axe when he tried to escape.
19th Jan '16 8:12:50 PM KorenSteen
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* DisguisedInDrag: Every time the villains need to disguise themselves, Smiley is often given the female role. Sherlock Hound does this briefly in at least one episode.



* EvilIsHammy: Professor Moriarty.
* ExitPursuedByABear: Implied at the end of "The Adventure of the Three Students", when Moriarty and his men try to flee across Loch Ness, and [[StockNessMonster a familiar silhouette]] appears under the water.



* ExitPursuedByABear: Implied at the end of "The Adventure of the Three Students", when Moriarty and his men try to flee across Loch Ness, and [[StockNessMonster a familiar silhouette]] appears under the water.


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* OffModel: In the Miyazaki episodes, Smiley is coloured green and had a tiny spot under his left eye.


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* PaperThinDisguise: Moriarty and his henchmen. Obviously, only Hound isn't tricked.


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* PrecisionFStrike: In "The Crown of Mazalin" Moriarty actually says "that ''bastard'' Hound". While HaveAGayOldTime could be in play, it's still surprising to hear in a kid's show that's expected to have relatively clean speech.


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* StatusQuoIsGod: Moriarty's plans are always foiled. Even after getting paid for doing somebody else's dirty work, in one way or another, he loses it all through sheer bad luck. "Crime doesn't pay", indeed.
** Lestrade always swears that he'll get Moriarty. [[CaptainObvious He never does]].
19th Jan '16 7:31:20 AM KorenSteen
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* DastardlyWhiplash: Professor Moriarty, with his caped attire and top hat (although they're all white), evil henchmen which he [[BadBoss snaps at occasionally]], EvilLaugh, and mustache.

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* DastardlyWhiplash: Professor Moriarty, with his caped cloaked attire and top hat (although they're all white), evil white instead of the traditional black), incompetent henchmen which he [[BadBoss snaps at occasionally]], EvilLaugh, and mustache.


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* FurryReminder: Some characters tend to have distinct canine growls whenever they get upset or angry (Lestrade and Watson are frequent examples), and can use their teeth to get out of certain situations (such as in one episode where Hound and Watson were bound in ropes).
19th Jan '16 7:09:03 AM KorenSteen
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* DastardlyWhiplash: Moriarty, with his caped attire and top hat (although they're all white), evil henchmen which he [[BadBoss snaps at occasionally]], EvilLaugh, and mustache.

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* DastardlyWhiplash: Professor Moriarty, with his caped attire and top hat (although they're all white), evil henchmen which he [[BadBoss snaps at occasionally]], EvilLaugh, and mustache.
19th Jan '16 7:00:31 AM KorenSteen
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* DastardlyWhiplash: Moriarty, with his caped attire and top hat (although they're all white), evil henchmen which he [[BadBoss snaps at occasionally]], EvilLaugh, and mustache.
14th Jan '16 10:23:34 PM KorenSteen
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* EyelidPullTaunt: Moriarty and the Captain exchange this in "Treasure Under the Sea".
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