History Characters / OliverAndCompany

31st Jan '18 4:14:26 PM Luigifan
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* HeroicSacrifice: Essentially does so when pounces onto Sykes to save Jenny. Thankfully it only leads to a DisneyDeath.

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* HeroicSacrifice: Essentially does so when he pounces onto Sykes to save Jenny. Thankfully Thankfully, it only leads to a DisneyDeath.



* NaiveNewcomer: The new member Fagin's gang with less experience than the others.
* OrphansOrdeal: The only kitten left in the box and we see him nearly getting washed down the drain, getting chased by big, vicious dogs, ending up trying to get food from a hot dog vendor and kicked into a wall.
* PinballProtagonist: Much like the original Oliver Twist, Oliver here spends a lot of the movie being dragged around in the affairs of Fagin's gang or other authorities. He [[TookALevelInBadass Takes A Level In Badass]] to come to the aid of Jenny however.

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* NaiveNewcomer: The new member of Fagin's gang with less experience than the others.
* OrphansOrdeal: The only kitten left in the box box, and we see him nearly getting washed down the drain, getting chased by big, vicious dogs, ending up trying to get food from a hot dog vendor vendor, and kicked into a wall.
* PinballProtagonist: Much like the original Oliver Twist, Oliver here spends a lot of the movie being dragged around in the affairs of Fagin's gang or other authorities. He [[TookALevelInBadass Takes A Level In Badass]] to come to the aid of Jenny Jenny, however.



* UnintentionalBackupPlan: His run ins with Fagin's gang and later Jenny ultimately end up getting the former out of their ordeal with loan shark, Sykes after repeated failures to pickpocket the needed money.

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* UnintentionalBackupPlan: His run ins run-ins with Fagin's gang and later Jenny ultimately end up getting the former out of their ordeal with loan shark, Sykes the LoanShark, Sykes, after repeated failures to pickpocket the needed money.



* AdaptationalHeroism: Like Fagin, Dodger receives this. He starts off as something of a bully to Oliver but quickly pulls a HeelFaceTurn. He has more redeeming qualities than his book counterpart and remains a free man by the movie's end.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: Like Fagin, Dodger receives this. He starts off as something of a bully to Oliver but quickly pulls a HeelFaceTurn. He has more redeeming qualities than his book counterpart and remains a free man dog by the movie's end.



* AntiHero: Being a delinquent and a LovableRogue, Dodger is not your conventional hero but is nonetheless one of Oliver's closest friends.

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* AntiHero: Being a delinquent and a LovableRogue, Dodger is not your conventional hero hero, but is nonetheless one of Oliver's closest friends.
30th Jan '18 12:30:26 PM tyrekecorrea
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* UseYourHead: Einstein apparently specializes in this. Dodger calls on Einstein to produce a fender bender, and the latter pulls it off by ramming his head into the Foxworths' car.
30th Jan '18 12:19:37 PM tyrekecorrea
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* OrphansOrdeal: The only kitten left in the box and we see him nearly getting washed down the drain, getting chased by big, vicious dogs, ending up trying to get food from a hot dog vendor and kicked into the wall.

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* OrphansOrdeal: The only kitten left in the box and we see him nearly getting washed down the drain, getting chased by big, vicious dogs, ending up trying to get food from a hot dog vendor and kicked into the a wall.



* UnintentionalBackupPlan: His run ins with Fagin's gang and later Jenny ultimately end up getting the former out of their ordeal with loan shark, Sykes after repeated failures to pick pocket the needed money.

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* UnintentionalBackupPlan: His run ins with Fagin's gang and later Jenny ultimately end up getting the former out of their ordeal with loan shark, Sykes after repeated failures to pick pocket pickpocket the needed money.
23rd Jan '18 7:22:25 PM NekoHybrid
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* GrievousHarmWithABody: He was once accidentally flung right at Rita's head during the play fighting.


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* AmusingInjuries: Played straight ''and'' inverted. Einstein headbutts Winston's limo to fake a hit, where he then wobbles about in a drunken dizzy fashion. Later, when a streetlight falls and conks Einstein on the head, he's suddenly back to normal.
23rd Dec '17 3:41:49 PM TheCoolKat1995
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* AdaptationalHeroism: Like Fagin, Dodger receives this. He starts as something of a bully to Oliver but quickly pulls a HeelFaceTurn. He has more redeeming qualities than his book counterpart and remains a free man by the movie's end.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: Like Fagin, Dodger receives this. He starts off as something of a bully to Oliver but quickly pulls a HeelFaceTurn. He has more redeeming qualities than his book counterpart and remains a free man by the movie's end.
22nd Dec '17 3:25:35 PM TheCoolKat1995
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* AdaptationalBadass: A subtle example. Oliver is usually as vulnerable as his book counterpart, but he has several more impressive feats and accomplishments, like tracking Dodger all the way across Manhattan, pulling off a rescue mission with the rest of the gang, and helping to dispatch with the movie's villains.
22nd Dec '17 3:11:45 PM TheCoolKat1995
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* AdaptionalHeroism: Like Fagin, Dodger receives this. He starts as something of a bully to Oliver but quickly pulls a HeelFaceTurn. He has more redeeming qualities than his book counterpart and remains a free man by the movie's end.

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* AdaptionalHeroism: AdaptationalHeroism: Like Fagin, Dodger receives this. He starts as something of a bully to Oliver but quickly pulls a HeelFaceTurn. He has more redeeming qualities than his book counterpart and remains a free man by the movie's end.
22nd Dec '17 3:11:45 PM TheCoolKat1995
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22nd Dec '17 3:09:41 PM TheCoolKat1995
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* AdaptionalHeroism: Like Fagin, Dodger receives this. He starts as something of a bully to Oliver but quickly pulls a HeelFaceTurn. He has more redeeming qualities than his book counterpart and remains a free man by the movie's end.
20th Dec '17 2:57:44 PM TheCoolKat1995
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* {{Delinquent}}: A fairly affable, canine example. He's the leader of a gang of thieves, and a textbook example of the bad-boy archetype.

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* {{Delinquent}}: A fairly affable, canine example. He's the slick but tough leader of a gang of thieves, and a textbook example of the bad-boy archetype.


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* JustifiedCriminal: Dodger and his gang steal to survive.
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