History Film / TheAdventuresOfBaronMunchausen

3rd Dec '16 12:45:21 AM DocStone
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31st Oct '16 10:37:57 AM LordGro
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* GainaxEnding: Oh so much. Out of nowhere, after the climatic battle, the Baron dies. Except… suddenly we cut back to the theater of the beginning, where the Baron has apparently been telling the whole story (from which point exactly it was the Baron's narration is unclear, since the theater crew was featured ''in'' the story, somehow). That would be pretty confusing on its own, but afterwards, when the crowd opens the gates of the city, they find the remains of the battle that was allegedly only a fiction of the Baron at this point. Except… since the theater crew was involved in the story and yet doesn't seem to remember it since they don't believe the Baron until he shows them what lies outside the gate, it can't just be that the story was entirely true all along. To boot, the baron then rides off into the distance, bows and… uh… disapppears……………… Don't ask.

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* GainaxEnding: Oh so much. Out of nowhere, after the climatic battle, the Baron dies. Except… suddenly we cut back to the theater of the beginning, where the Baron has apparently been telling the whole story (from which point exactly it was the Baron's narration is unclear, since the theater crew was featured ''in'' the story, somehow). That would be pretty confusing on its own, but afterwards, when the crowd opens the gates of the city, they find the remains of the battle that was allegedly only a fiction of the Baron at this point. Except… since the theater crew was involved in the story and yet doesn't seem to remember it since they don't believe the Baron until he shows them what lies outside the gate, it can't just be that the story was entirely true all along. To boot, the baron then rides off into the distance, bows and… uh… disapppears……………… Don't ask.
31st Oct '16 9:26:44 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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* GainaxEnding: Oh so much. Out of nowhere, after the climatic battle, the Baron dies. Except… suddenly we cut back to the theater of the beginning, where the Baron has apparently been telling the whole story (from which point exactly it was the Baron's narration is unclear, since the theater crew was featured ''in'' the story, somehow). That would be pretty confusing on its own, but afterwards, when the crowd opens the gates of the city, they find the remains of the battle that was allegedly only a fiction of the Baron at this point. Except… since the theater crew was involved in the story and yet doesn't seem to remember it since they don't believe the Baron until he shows them what lies outside the gate, it can't just be that the story was entirely true all along. To boot, the baron then rides off into the distance, bows and… uh… disapppears……………… Don't ask.
21st Oct '16 6:17:50 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* WorldOfHam: Everyone here is a ham (on Earth, beyond Earth, and the afterlife, it seems), there's just different degrees of haminess, seeing how [[spoiler: it's a story being told by one of the biggest hams]].
21st Oct '16 6:03:27 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* WouldHurtAChild: Pretty much ''every'' unsavory character the Baron and Sally encounter is at least rough with her; the King of the Moon specifically tells one of the heads of his three-headed mount it can have her "because you are my favorite."
12th Jul '16 9:02:03 PM Mdumas43073
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->--'''Baron Munchausen'''

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->--'''Baron -->-- '''Baron Munchausen'''
12th Jul '16 9:01:25 PM Mdumas43073
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/BaronMunchausen_poster_formatted_951.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:"Baron Munchausen, at your service! Most of you won't remember me or my adventures. But I assure you, they are true!"]]

->''Everyone — who had a talent for it — lived HappilyEverAfter.''

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[[quoteright:350:http://static.[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/BaronMunchausen_poster_formatted_951.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:"Baron [[caption-width-right:300:"Baron Munchausen, at your service! Most of you won't remember me or my adventures. But I assure you, they are true!"]]

->''Everyone ->''"Everyone — who had a talent for it — lived HappilyEverAfter.''"''
8th Jun '16 6:34:33 PM shawnvw
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* AccidentalTruth: When the Queen of the Moon's head starts moaning in a very sensual way while they're traveling, the Baron tells Sally, "The King is tickling her feet," instead of what all the adults are thinking. The film then shows two bodies moving on the bed, the covers slip, and... the King is tickling his wife's feet.

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* AccidentalTruth: When the Queen of the Moon's head (currently detached from her body) starts moaning in a very sensual way while they're traveling, the Baron tells Sally, "The King "Her body is with The King, and he's...um, tickling her feet," instead of what all the adults are thinking. The film then shows two bodies moving on the bed, the covers slip, and... the King is tickling his wife's feet.
4th Jun '16 9:07:29 PM gewunomox
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* TheCameo: [[ThePolice Sting]] shows up as the Heroic Soldier... who gets executed for being ''too good.''

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* TheCameo: [[ThePolice [[Music/ThePolice Sting]] shows up as the Heroic Soldier... who gets executed for being ''too good.''
31st May '16 12:30:25 PM LordGro
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** FridgeBrilliance in the sense that these are indeed famous last words. They were said by Irish rebel Robert Emmett in 1803, when the executioner asked him whether he was ready for his execution.
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