History Disney / ThePrinceAndThePauper

20th Jul '17 8:46:55 PM AmazingDedede
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* PrivateTutor: The prince is introduced receiving instruction on Trigonometry from the chamberlain, who seems to handle the prince's education as well, and bored out of his mind. The prince begins to amuse himself by tormenting DonaldDuck.

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* PrivateTutor: The prince is introduced receiving instruction on Trigonometry from the chamberlain, chamberlain (Horace), who seems to handle the prince's education as well, and bored out of his mind. The prince begins to amuse himself by tormenting DonaldDuck.
4th Jul '17 3:44:49 PM JohnShel91
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* GrassIsGreener: Both Prince Mickey and Pauper Mickey.
10th Jun '17 1:31:37 AM NightShade96
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* {{Mooks}}: Pete has an army of weasel soldiers; lifted from ''Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad''.
* NamedByTheAdaptation: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. In the original novel, the King and the Prince are UsefulNotes/HenryVIII and the future Edward VI respectively. Here, both come with NoNameGiven. Furthermore, the King is described as "a wise and good king", which is [[{{Understatement}} a bit of a]] HistoricalHeroUpgrade assuming he is still Henry VIII which is not for sure.

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* LessonsInSophistication: The Prince is first seen sitting through a boring trigonometry lesson, passing the time playing tricks on his assistant Donald. When he trades places with Mickey, the latter has to endure the various lessons set for the Prince, all of which he fails miserably.
* {{Mooks}}: Pete has an army of weasel soldiers; soldiers, who are lifted from ''Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad''.
* NamedByTheAdaptation: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]].{{Inverted|Trope}}. In the original novel, the King and the Prince are UsefulNotes/HenryVIII and the future Edward VI respectively. Here, both come with NoNameGiven. Furthermore, the King is described as "a wise and good king", which is [[{{Understatement}} a bit of a]] HistoricalHeroUpgrade assuming he is still Henry VIII which is not for sure.
1st Jun '17 9:01:23 PM tymime
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* SuddenlyVoiced: Horace has actual dialogue for the first time here (not counting comic appearances).
1st Apr '17 6:11:58 PM ProfuseMeerkat
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* KnightOfCerebus: While it is downplayed a bit at the end, this film's version of Pete is significantly darker than other interpretations, being a corrupt captain of the guard who takes advantage of the dying king's ailment by raiding and pillaging the kingdom to his heart's desire and making everyone think he is doing it under orders from the king himself, thereby ruining the monarch's reputation, and, after discovering the prince has traded places with a commoner (Mickey), decides to blackmail Mickey into becoming a PuppetKing by threatening Pluto's life while (presumably) planning to execute the real prince to ensure nobody will believe Mickey is not the true heir to the throne.

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* KnightOfCerebus: While it is downplayed a bit at the end, this film's version of Pete is significantly darker than other interpretations, being a corrupt captain of the guard who takes advantage of the dying king's ailment by raiding and pillaging the kingdom to his heart's desire and making everyone think he is doing it under orders from the king himself, thereby ruining the monarch's reputation, and, reputation in the eyes of the kingdom's citizens. To add to that, after discovering the prince has traded places with a commoner (Mickey), he decides to blackmail Mickey into becoming a PuppetKing by threatening Pluto's life while (presumably) planning to execute the real prince to ensure nobody will believe Mickey is not the true heir to the throne.
26th Mar '17 1:50:16 PM ProfuseMeerkat
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* KnightofCerebus: While it is downplayed a bit at the end, this film's version of Pete is significantly darker than other interpretations, being a corrupt captain of the guard who takes advantage of the dying king's ailment by raiding and pillaging the kingdom to his heart's desire and making everyone think he is doing it under orders from the king himself, thereby ruining the monarch's reputation, and, after discovering the prince has traded places with a commoner (Mickey), decides to blackmail Mickey into becoming a PuppetKing by threatening Pluto's life while (presumably) planning to execute the real prince to ensure nobody will believe Mickey is not the true heir to the throne.

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* KnightofCerebus: KnightOfCerebus: While it is downplayed a bit at the end, this film's version of Pete is significantly darker than other interpretations, being a corrupt captain of the guard who takes advantage of the dying king's ailment by raiding and pillaging the kingdom to his heart's desire and making everyone think he is doing it under orders from the king himself, thereby ruining the monarch's reputation, and, after discovering the prince has traded places with a commoner (Mickey), decides to blackmail Mickey into becoming a PuppetKing by threatening Pluto's life while (presumably) planning to execute the real prince to ensure nobody will believe Mickey is not the true heir to the throne.
26th Mar '17 1:49:59 PM ProfuseMeerkat
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* KnightofCerebus: While it is downplayed a bit at the end, this film's version of Pete is significantly darker than other interpretations, being a corrupt captain of the guard who takes advantage of the dying king's ailment by raiding and pillaging the kingdom to his heart's desire and making everyone think he is doing it under orders from the king himself, thereby ruining the monarch's reputation, and, after discovering the prince has traded places with a commoner (Mickey), decides to blackmail Mickey into becoming a PuppetKing by threatening Pluto's life while (presumably) planning to execute the real prince to ensure nobody will believe Mickey is not the true heir to the throne.
13th Mar '17 12:39:42 PM Silverblade2
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* AwesomeMomentOfCrowning

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* %%* AwesomeMomentOfCrowning



* ButtBiter / TheDogBitesBack: Pluto, to Pete.

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* ButtBiter / TheDogBitesBack: ButtBiter: Pluto, to Pete.



* FatBastard: Guess.
* FreezeFrameBonus: See KitchenSinkIncluded.

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* %%* FatBastard: Guess.
* %%* FreezeFrameBonus: See KitchenSinkIncluded.



* TheLateMiddleAges

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* %%* TheLateMiddleAges



* PrinceAndPauper: Duh.

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* %%* PrinceAndPauper: Duh.
21st Dec '16 7:16:57 PM Tallens
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* DyingCandle: As the king of England brings Mickey, who he thinks is his son, to his room in his final moments, he makes Mickey promise to be a just and wise ruler. Mickey, unable to bring himself to tell the truth, promises as the candle goes out.
8th Nov '16 2:02:18 PM AmuckMare
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* DisneyVillainDeath: [[spoiler:How Pete and the weasels presumably meet their end after getting entangled in a rolling chandelier that rolls out a window.]]

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* DisneyVillainDeath: [[spoiler:How Pete and the weasels presumably meet their end after getting entangled in a rolling chandelier that rolls out a window. They could've survived the fall, only to be imprisoned later on.]]
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