History Disney / OliverAndCompany

24th Apr '17 8:31:41 AM chasemaddigan
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* LawfulEvil: Fagin repays Sykes so Sykes lets him live with only a warning to keep quiet, despite what a severe loose end Fagin would make, having witnessed the kidnapping and knowing where Sykes hides out.
10th Apr '17 8:58:52 AM ngh93
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** Dom [=DeLuise=] as Fagin--almost no difference.

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** Dom [=DeLuise=] Creator/DomDeLuise as Fagin--almost no difference.
10th Apr '17 8:58:26 AM ngh93
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* InkSuitActor: Music/BillyJoel, as Dodger, in one of the first major celebrity-voice turns in a Disney movie. There's a lot of Bette Midler in Georgette as well.

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* InkSuitActor: Music/BillyJoel, InkSuitActor:
**Music/BillyJoel,
as Dodger, in one of the first major celebrity-voice turns in a Disney movie. There's movie.
**There's
a lot of Bette Midler in Georgette as well.well.
**Dom [=DeLuise=] as Fagin--almost no difference.
10th Apr '17 8:56:53 AM ngh93
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* ArentYouGoingToRavishMe: Georgette when it becomes clear Dodger didn't break into her room for sex.

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* ArentYouGoingToRavishMe: Though it's not outright stated what Georgette thinks Dodger's going to do to her when it becomes clear Dodger didn't break he breaks into her room for sex.room, she is quite offended when he says he isn't after her.
16th Mar '17 6:16:55 AM morenohijazo
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* NewYorkIsOnlyManhattan: The film takes place almost exclusively in Manhattan.

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* NewYorkIsOnlyManhattan: The film takes place almost exclusively in Manhattan.Manhattan; the climax occurs on the Manhattan Bridge. Further, the opening scene is a slow pan of western Manhattan, and the closing scene is a zoom-out on Times Square.
14th Mar '17 10:50:20 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: After finally winning Georgette's affections, Tito finds himself completely at her mercy when she tries to doll him up into an overly proper, goody-two-shoes house dog; after about ten minutes alone with her, he immediately bails.
10th Mar '17 8:07:03 AM Pichu-kun
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* AgeLift: The characters ages don't quite match their human versions from the original story. While Oliver is still a child, Dodger has been aged up into an adult.



* AnimalTalk

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* AnimalTalkAnimalTalk: The animals can talk amongst each other.



%%* ArtfulDodger: No, duh.
%%It may seem obvious to you, but explain it anyway.

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%%* ArtfulDodger: No, duh.
%%It may seem obvious to you, but explain it anyway.
* TheArtfulDodger: Being based on the original Artful Dodger himself, Dodger certainly counts. He's a very street-smart dog raised on the streets.



* {{Bowdlerize}}:
** Only the bad guys die in this film, since the character of Nancy is removed.

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* {{Bowdlerize}}:
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{{Bowdlerize}}: Only the bad guys die in this film, since the character of Nancy is removed.



* TheEighties: It's pretty obvious to tell this film came out in the 80's and takes place in the 80's. Most notable evidence includes the way people dress, the style of Rita's hair, and of course, the songs. This does make the film seem very dated, which is likely one of the reasons why Disney (who's known for making timeless films) did not release this film on video until after its 1996 reissue.

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* TheEighties: It's pretty obvious to tell this film came out in the 80's and takes place in the 80's. Most notable evidence includes the way people dress, [[EightiesHair the style of Rita's hair, hair]], and of course, the songs. This does make the film seem very dated, which is likely one of the reasons why Disney (who's known for making timeless films) did not release this film on video until after its 1996 reissue.


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* NewYorkIsOnlyManhattan: The film takes place almost exclusively in Manhattan.
26th Feb '17 7:23:35 PM ngh93
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Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon entry number 27 released in 1988, about [[Main/TalkingAnimal talking animals]], ''very'' loosely based on Creator/CharlesDickens' ''Literature/OliverTwist''. The setting is UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, and Oliver is an unwanted ginger kitten who isn't even called Oliver yet. Fagin's gang is now made up of dogs, including a mongrel named Dodger (as in the ArtfulDodger). Fagin himself is human, and he's a good guy this time. In fact, he's just some poor schmoe who may or may not be Jewish, trying to pay off LoanShark Mr. Sykes (based on Bill Sikes), the BigBad; here a sinister gangster/Mafia type. The part of Mr. Brownlow is taken by Jenny, a 7-year-old girl who adopts Oliver.

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Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon entry number 27 released in 1988, about [[Main/TalkingAnimal talking animals]], ''very'' loosely based on Creator/CharlesDickens' ''Literature/OliverTwist''. The setting is UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, and Oliver is an unwanted ginger kitten who isn't even called Oliver yet. Fagin's gang is now made up of dogs, including a mongrel named Dodger (as in the ArtfulDodger). Fagin himself is human, and he's a good guy this time. In fact, he's just some poor schmoe who may or may not be Jewish, trying to pay off LoanShark Mr. Sykes (based on Bill Sikes), the BigBad; here a sinister gangster/Mafia type. The part of Mr. Brownlow is taken by Jenny, a 7-year-old girl who adopts Oliver.
17th Feb '17 7:27:43 PM Pamina
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*** When Georgette finds Dodger in her room she thinks [[ArentYouGoingToRavishMe he's there to rape her]].

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*** When Georgette finds Dodger in her room room, she panics, then gets angry when he says "It's not you I'm after." Child viewers might assume she thinks he wants to kidnap her, but to adult viewers it's obvious that she thinks [[ArentYouGoingToRavishMe he's there to rape her]].
22nd Jan '17 1:56:51 AM Sammettik
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* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: Sykes and his two Doberman cronies, especially the ending [[spoiler:where the dogs are knocked off the speeding car onto the subway tracks and electrocuted to death (you actually see Roscoe die ''on-screen''), followed by Sykes plowing head-first into the train, killing him in a fiery blaze]]. After this, and Ursula's impalement in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', "[[DisneyVillainDeath The villain falls to his/her doom]]" (frequently as [[KarmicDeath the result of their own treachery]]) was used for many years afterwards.

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* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: Sykes and his two Doberman cronies, especially the ending [[spoiler:where the Sykes' dogs are knocked [[spoiler:knocked off the speeding car onto the subway tracks and electrocuted to death (you actually see Roscoe die ''on-screen''), followed by Sykes plowing head-first into the train, killing him in a fiery blaze]]. After this, and Ursula's impalement in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', "[[DisneyVillainDeath The villain falls to his/her doom]]" (frequently as [[KarmicDeath the result of their own treachery]]) was used for many years afterwards.



** TheHero: Dodger
** TheLancer: Tito
** TheChick: Rita

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** TheHero: Dodger
Dodger.
** TheLancer: Tito
Tito.
** TheChick: RitaRita.
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