History Film / TalesFromMuppetlandTheFrogPrince

30th Jan '16 11:02:08 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* TheDitz: The king somehow believes that Taminella is his "long-lost sister" because she tells him that her father has the same name as his. He accepts this without question. He also seems unable to grasp his daughter's attempts to tell him that her "aunt" is responsible for her curse, despite her ''clearly pointing at Taminella'' every time the king asks who cast the spell.



* TheHighQueen: Princess Melora aspires to be this. It seems to be agreed kingdom-wide that her taking over as ruler of the land will be great. [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Her "Aunt Taminella", on the other hand...]]



* TheDitz: The king somehow believes that Taminella is his "long-lost sister" because she tells him that her father has the same name as his. He accepts this without question. He also seems unable to grasp his daughter's attempts to tell him that her "aunt" is responsible for her curse, despite her ''clearly pointing at Taminella'' every time the king asks who cast the spell.
* TheHighQueen: Princess Melora aspires to be this. It seems to be agreed kingdom-wide that her taking over as ruler of the land will be great. [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Her "Aunt Taminella", on the other hand...]]



* WickedWitch: Aunt Taminella.

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* WickedWitch: Aunt Taminella."Aunt" Taminella.
24th Nov '15 7:33:46 AM disneyphilip
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* BreakoutCharacter: Robin and Sweetums.
5th Nov '15 12:56:50 AM PaulA
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* BewitchedAmphibians: The title character, as usual.
30th Oct '15 4:01:09 PM ZeldaQueen64
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* AdaptationalHeroism: In the original version of the fairy tale, neither the princess or the frog come across as very likable - the frog forces the princess (implied to be quite young) to keep him as a friend if he gets her back her ball and the princess abandons him and ultimately throws him against the wall (which breaks the curse, but still). In this version, the princess is a kind young woman who is happy to keep the frog as a pet and is trying to keep the evil witch from taking over the kingdom, while the frog is very polite and kind to her [[spoiler:and ultimately defeats the witch]].


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** She does curse Melora so she can't tell the king who "Aunt Taminella" really is. And really, she doesn't need to do anything more. The king is easily persuaded to name her heir simply because Melora can't be understood.


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* TheDitz: The king somehow believes that Taminella is his "long-lost sister" because she tells him that her father has the same name as his. He accepts this without question. He also seems unable to grasp his daughter's attempts to tell him that her "aunt" is responsible for her curse, despite her ''clearly pointing at Taminella'' every time the king asks who cast the spell.
15th Jun '15 7:48:15 PM pgj1997
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--> Why's a king's wand called a scepter? 'Cuz everyone in the kingdom works except him!* CoversAlwaysLie: The 1994 VHS release has an image of Melora kissing Kermit, as if Kermit is the titular Frog Prince instead of Robin.

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--> Why's a king's wand called a scepter? 'Cuz everyone in the kingdom works except him!* him!
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CoversAlwaysLie: The 1994 VHS release has an image of Melora kissing Kermit, as if Kermit is the titular Frog Prince instead of Robin.
15th Jun '15 7:47:46 PM pgj1997
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--> Why's a king's wand called a scepter? 'Cuz everyone in the kingdom works and he doesn't!
* CoversAlwaysLie: The 1994 VHS release has an image of Melora kissing Kermit, as if Kermit is the titular Frog Prince instead of Robin.

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--> Why's a king's wand called a scepter? 'Cuz everyone in the kingdom works and he doesn't!
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except him!* CoversAlwaysLie: The 1994 VHS release has an image of Melora kissing Kermit, as if Kermit is the titular Frog Prince instead of Robin.
9th Jun '15 12:44:31 AM pgj1997
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** "Bake the hall in the candle of her brain" is a bit trickier, but manageable ([[spoiler: "Break the ball in the handle of her cane", if you haven't seen it]]).

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** "Bake the hall in the candle of her brain" is a bit trickier, but manageable ([[spoiler: "Break the ball in the handle of her cane", if you haven't seen it]]).cane"]]).
2nd Jun '15 3:55:18 PM pgj1997
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* HilariousInHindsight: [[Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail Sir Robin the Brave]]
4th Feb '15 11:08:11 PM TitoMosquito
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''The Frog Prince'' (released on home video as ''Tales from Muppetland: The Frog Prince'') is a Franchise/TheMuppets special released in 1971 and directed by Jim Henson. It is a retelling of the classic fairy tale of ''Literature/TheFrogPrince'' narrated by Kermit the Frog. Kermitís nephew Robin and Sweetums made their debuts in this special, playing Sir Robin the Brave and an ogre, respectively.

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''The Frog Prince'' (released on home video as ''Tales from Muppetland: The Frog Prince'') is a Franchise/TheMuppets [[Franchise/TheMuppets Muppets]] special released in 1971 and directed by Jim Henson. It is a retelling of the classic fairy tale of ''Literature/TheFrogPrince'' narrated by Kermit the Frog. Kermitís nephew Robin and Sweetums made their debuts in this special, playing Sir Robin the Brave and an ogre, respectively.
11th Aug '14 3:29:26 AM CrowTR0bot
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* HilariousInHindsight: [[Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail Sir Robin the Brave]]
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