History Disney / TheAristocats

8th Jun '16 10:31:23 PM Random888
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* StandardSnippet: Madame and George dance to "Habanera" from ''{{Theatre/Carmen}}''. They mention that Carmen was Madame's first role during her opera singing days.

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* StandardSnippet: Madame and George dance to an instrumental version of "Habanera" from ''{{Theatre/Carmen}}''. They mention that talk nostalgically about how Madame played Carmen was Madame's first role during her opera singing days.
8th Jun '16 10:25:46 PM Random888
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* StandardSnippet: Madame and George dance to "Habanera" from ''{{Theatre/Carmen}}''. They mention that Carmen was Madame's first role during her opera singing days.
21st Apr '16 2:40:03 PM Random888
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* ArtisticLicenseGeography: The chest at the end is addressed, "To Timbuktu, French Equatorial Africa". French Equatorial Africa encompassed the present-day countries of {{UsefulNotes/Chad}}, UsefulNotes/CentralAfricanRepublic, {{UsefulNotes/Gabon}}, UsefulNotes/RepublicOfTheCongo, and {{UsefulNotes/Cameroon}}. Timbuktu is located in {{UsefulNotes/Mali}}, which was part of French West Africa in 1910.

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* ArtisticLicenseGeography: The chest at the end is addressed, "To Timbuktu, French Equatorial Africa". French Equatorial Africa encompassed the present-day countries of {{UsefulNotes/Chad}}, UsefulNotes/CentralAfricanRepublic, {{UsefulNotes/Gabon}}, UsefulNotes/RepublicOfTheCongo, and {{UsefulNotes/Cameroon}}. Timbuktu is located in {{UsefulNotes/Mali}}, which was part of French West ''West'' Africa in 1910.
21st Apr '16 2:39:29 PM Random888
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* ArtisticLicenseGeography: The chest at the end is addressed, "To Timbuktu, French Equatorial Africa". French Equatorial Africa encompassed the present-day countries of {{UsefulNotes/Chad}}, UsefulNotes/CentralAfricanRepublic, {{UsefulNotes/Gabon}}, UsefulNotes/RepublicOfTheCongo, and {{UsefulNotes/Cameroon}}. Timbuktu is located in {{UsefulNotes/Mali}}, which was part of French West Africa in 1910.
28th Mar '16 9:40:59 PM OnTheHillside
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* RemarryingForYourKids: Played straight with Duchess and O'Malley.

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* RemarryingForYourKids: Played straight Invoked with Duchess and O'Malley.O'Malley. O'Malley says that the kittens need a father around, but it's more of an indirect way of telling Duchess he wants to be with her than him genuinely believing they do. Duchess agrees, but at this point, her attraction to O'Malley has been very well established. So it's more of a "remarrying for ourselves, but won't it be great for the kids?" type of thing.
27th Mar '16 10:16:24 PM OnTheHillside
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*** It is quickly justified when he tries to estimate the number of offspring the cats could produce before Bonfamille's death. By a trolling extrapolation based on the table of three, he imagines they are going to be nine, twenty-seven, eighty-one, then hundreds and thousands, so all the money would be spent in cat food. It's a shame he did not have the idea to just prevent them to have children.
27th Mar '16 10:12:27 PM OnTheHillside
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* StopHelpingMe: A rather dark example happens when the geese sisters meet O'Malley. It's played for laughs, but their attempts to "teach him to swim" nearly kill him.



* UnwantedAssistance: O'Malley's reaction to Abigail and Amelia, who are under the mistaken impression that he's trying to teach himself to swim when he's really just trying to get to shore after saving Marie.

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* UnwantedAssistance: O'Malley's reaction to Abigail and Amelia, who are under the mistaken impression that he's trying to teach himself to swim and unwilling to hear it when he says he's really just trying to get to shore after saving Marie.Marie. It's played for laughs, but they actually come fairly close to killing him.



* WhiteAndGreyMorality: The protagonists are a family of good cats. The antagonist is a greedy butler who, on the other hand, probably served Madame Bonfamille his whole life before his greed and a poor grasp of the lifespan of a housecat and Mathematics drove him to take drastic measures.

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* WhiteAndGreyMorality: The protagonists are a family of good cats. The antagonist is a greedy butler who, on the other hand, probably served Madame Bonfamille his whole life before his greed and a poor grasp of the lifespan of a housecat and Mathematics mathematics drove him to take drastic measures.
25th Mar '16 9:39:50 PM OnTheHillside
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25th Mar '16 9:36:38 PM OnTheHillside
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** Admittedly, the pills are diluted in the milk, and the cats only take a few sips before to feel sleepy. Roquefort even ate only a half soaked biscuit, and he falls down asleep before he has time to go back in his hole within seconds. Still, given the concentration, it's a luck the cats did not pass out while drinking and drown in their bowls.


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* StopHelpingMe: A rather dark example happens when the geese sisters meet O'Malley. It's played for laughs, but their attempts to "teach him to swim" nearly kill him.
10th Mar '16 10:02:57 AM ropertroper
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** To be fair, she didn't know that Edgar knew about his inclusion in the will.
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