History Disney / OliverandCompany

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.
20th Jan '17 4:10:16 PM gjjones
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* DoNotCallMePaul: "It's Francis. Fran-cis. Not Frank. Not Frankie. ''FRANCIS!!!''"


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* InsistentTerminology: As he will constantly remind you, Francis goes by his real name. Not Frank or Frankie... ''Francis''.
18th Jan '17 6:13:30 PM Mario1995
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* TalkingAnimal

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* TalkingAnimalTalkingAnimal: Level 3 or Level 6 on the SlidingScaleOfAnimalCommunication. It is unknown whether or not the humans can understand the pets talking, but most of the time it's because the animals don't usually talk at all when the humans are around.
13th Jan '17 10:06:36 PM Pamina
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* RaceLift: Again, Fagin, who's not Jewish in this film.

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* RaceLift: Again, Fagin, who's not never said to be Jewish in this film.
2nd Jan '17 12:22:35 AM vexer
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** Once again, Disney misses the point of racism - it's not racist for a Jew to be poor or an antagonist; it's racist when you start implying that ALL Jews are poor or antagonistic, or when somebody is portrayed as a Jew ''because'' they are a villain.
21st Dec '16 5:16:01 PM lakingsif
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* BeautyIsBest: Georgette the show poodle is totally absorbed in her appearance, justified in that she can rightfully boast being "six-time Grand National Champion!" As part of the rescue party aiming to recover Jenny from TheVillain's clutches, she's mostly TheLoad.
5th Dec '16 9:05:12 AM mlsmithca
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* FamilyOfChoice: Fagan's canine posse survive aboard a derelict boat as a band of scroungers and thieves. They even extend their circle to include the kitten Oliver. When Oliver becomes stranded in the limousine, Tito insists upon a rescue: "We got to do something, man. He's family. ''He's blood''." Since the dogs are completely different breeds and Oliver, the ''he'' in question, is a cat, Tito is clearly speaking about the strength of their bonds rather than any literal blood relationship.

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* FamilyOfChoice: Fagan's Fagin's canine posse survive aboard a derelict boat as a band of scroungers and thieves. They even extend their circle to include the kitten Oliver. When Oliver becomes stranded in the limousine, Tito insists upon a rescue: "We got to do something, man. He's family. ''He's blood''." Since the dogs are completely different breeds and Oliver, the ''he'' in question, is a cat, Tito is clearly speaking about the strength of their bonds rather than any literal blood relationship.



* LivesInAVan: Fagan lives in a beached and derelict trawler underneath a pier beside the Hudson River. The boat has no plumbing, no heat, and gets electricity by mooching from a dockside light pole. Fagan and his canine cohorts scrounge for a living.

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* LivesInAVan: Fagan Fagin lives in a beached and derelict trawler underneath a pier beside the Hudson River. The boat has no plumbing, no heat, and gets electricity by mooching from a dockside light pole. Fagan Fagin and his canine cohorts scrounge for a living.



* PsychoPoodle: Georgette the show poodle greets the new kitten Oliver with condescension, finishing with an outright screech: "It may be Jenny's house, but everything from the doorknobs down IS MINE!" She dials back her {{Alpha Bitch}}iness when she must team up with Fagan's dogs to rescue Jenny and Oliver from the villain, but dials it back up at the conclusion, causing Tito, her StalkerWithACrush, to flee from her in a panic.

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* PsychoPoodle: Georgette the show poodle greets the new kitten Oliver with condescension, finishing with an outright screech: "It may be Jenny's house, but everything from the doorknobs down IS MINE!" She dials back her {{Alpha Bitch}}iness when she must team up with Fagan's Fagin's dogs to rescue Jenny and Oliver from the villain, but dials it back up at the conclusion, causing Tito, her StalkerWithACrush, to flee from her in a panic.



* [[RightHandAttackDog Right And Left Hand Attack Dogs]]: Mr. Sykes has a pair of vicious Dobermans.

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* [[RightHandAttackDog Right And Left Hand Attack Dogs]]: RightHandAttackDog: Mr. Sykes has a pair of vicious Dobermans.
5th Dec '16 9:03:28 AM mlsmithca
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The film is somewhat notable for some early use of CGI (mostly to create New York's traffic), and for being the last film of Disney's pre-Renaissance era - it came out just one year before ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''. It staffed many new artists who would rise to popularity with Disney's future releases. It's also important to note that the moderate success of this film brought back Disney's will to animate musicals, so you should thank it for songs like "[[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Under The Sea]]", "[[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast Beauty And The Beast]]", "[[Disney/{{Aladdin}} A Whole New World]]", "[[Disney/TheLionKing Can You Feel the Love Tonight]]", [[Disney/{{Pocahontas}} and so on]], [[Disney/{{Tarzan}} and so forth]], [[Disney/{{Frozen}} etc.]], ''[[OverlyLongGag ad nauseum]]''.

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The film is somewhat notable for some early use of CGI (mostly to create New York's traffic), and for being the last film of Disney's pre-Renaissance era - it came out just one year before ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''. It staffed many new artists who would rise to popularity with Disney's future releases. It's also important to note that the moderate success of this film brought back Disney's will to animate musicals, so you should thank it for songs like "[[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Under The Sea]]", "[[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast Beauty And The Beast]]", "[[Disney/{{Aladdin}} A Whole New World]]", "[[Disney/TheLionKing Can You Feel the Love Tonight]]", [[Disney/{{Pocahontas}} and so on]], [[Disney/{{Tarzan}} and so forth]], [[Disney/{{Frozen}} etc.]], ''[[OverlyLongGag ad nauseum]]''.
nauseam]]''.



* ArtfulDodger: [[CaptainObvious No, duh.]]

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



* BadassAdorable: Each dog that's a major character probably qualifies as badass, though YMMV on how "adorable" they are. Oliver, on the other hand, is BadassAdorable with the emphasis on "adorable." The "badass" part comes from his occasional awesome moments.

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* BadassAdorable: Each dog that's a major character probably qualifies as badass, though YMMV on how "adorable" they are.with varying levels of "adorable". Oliver, on the other hand, is BadassAdorable with the emphasis on "adorable." The "badass" part comes from his occasional awesome moments.



(Dodger presents Oliver to Fagin)\\
'''Fagin:''' You... you? *Laughs* That took a lot of guts! We have never had a cat in the gang before...[[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming we can use all the help we can get]].

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(Dodger ''[Dodger presents Oliver to Fagin)\\
Fagin]''\\
'''Fagin:''' You... you? *Laughs* ''[Laughs]'' That took a lot of guts! We have never had a cat in the gang before...[[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming before... we can use all the help we can get]].get.



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

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



** Many of the dog characters in this film seem loosely reminiscent of some of those featured in ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp''. The similarities between Tramp and Dodger, for starters. Whether intentional not, when Lady is stuck in the pound we see a Chihuahua with fluff on his head like Tito and an English Bulldog that Francis resembles.
* TheFagin: [[CaptainObvious Well, duh.]]

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** Many of the dog characters in this film seem loosely reminiscent of some of those featured in ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp''. The similarities between Tramp and Dodger, for starters. Whether intentional or not, when Lady is stuck in the pound we see a Chihuahua with fluff on his head like Tito and an English Bulldog that Francis resembles.
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resembles.
%%*
TheFagin: [[CaptainObvious Well, duh.]]duh.
%%It may seem obvious to you, but explain it anyway.
27th Nov '16 5:39:03 AM Tightwire
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** Once again, Disney misses the point of racism - it's not racist for a Jew to be poor or an antagonist; it's racist when you start implying that ALL Jews are poor or antagonistic, or that somebody is a villain ''because'' they are a Jew. Thus Fagin being a Jew is completely wiped out of the story.

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** Once again, Disney misses the point of racism - it's not racist for a Jew to be poor or an antagonist; it's racist when you start implying that ALL Jews are poor or antagonistic, or that when somebody is portrayed as a villain Jew ''because'' they are a Jew. Thus Fagin being a Jew is completely wiped out of the story.villain.
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