History Film / TheParentTrap

21st Jun '17 2:08:21 PM benda
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* DoesNotLikeShoes: Maggie is always barefooted in the house of her ex-husband. In what is probably a ShoutOut, the remake has Lizzie walk barefooted outdoors, but only a few steps.

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* DoesNotLikeShoes: Maggie is always mostly walks barefooted in the house of her ex-husband. In what is probably a ShoutOut, the remake has Lizzie walk barefooted outdoors, but only a few steps.
21st Jun '17 9:30:27 AM tyrekecorrea
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* FirstFatherWins: Gender Inverted. Both Creator/MaureenOHara and Creator/NatashaRichardson get back the guy, while the GoldDigger runs off in defeat.

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* FirstFatherWins: Gender Inverted.Flipped. Both Creator/MaureenOHara and Creator/NatashaRichardson get back the guy, while the GoldDigger runs off in defeat.
21st Jun '17 8:50:25 AM Piterpicher
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* FirstFatherWins: Gender Inverted. Both MaureenOHara and NatashaRichardson get back the guy, while the GoldDigger runs off in defeat.

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* FirstFatherWins: Gender Inverted. Both MaureenOHara Creator/MaureenOHara and NatashaRichardson Creator/NatashaRichardson get back the guy, while the GoldDigger runs off in defeat.
21st Jun '17 8:49:28 AM Piterpicher
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* FieryRedhead: The first movie has the [[MaureenOHara Mother]] and Sharon's camp friend Ursula. The second movie has both Annie and Hallie, especially at camp.

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* FieryRedhead: The first movie has the [[MaureenOHara [[Creator/MaureenOHara Mother]] and Sharon's camp friend Ursula. The second movie has both Annie and Hallie, especially at camp.
24th May '17 2:45:48 PM benda
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* DoesNotLikeShoes: Maggie is always barefooted in the house of her ex-husband. In what is probably a ShoutOut, the remake has Lizzie walk barefooted outdoors, but only a few steps.
24th May '17 6:56:36 AM benda
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* ComedyOfRemarriage: To a large extent, due to {{Disneyfication}}.
24th May '17 5:35:16 AM benda
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The movie is based on a 1949 book, ''[[Literature/LottieAndLisa Das doppelte Lottchen]]'', which has also been filmed as ''Das doppelte Lottchen'' (a version that retains author Erich Kästner as narrator and uses actual twins), ''Twice Upon a Time'' and ''Hibariís Lullaby'' (a Japanese telling).

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The movie is based on a 1949 book, ''[[Literature/LottieAndLisa Das doppelte Lottchen]]'', which has also been filmed as ''Das doppelte Lottchen'' (a faithful-to-the-text version that retains author Erich Kästner as narrator and uses actual twins), ''Twice Upon a Time'' and ''Hibariís Lullaby'' (a Japanese telling).
24th May '17 4:01:00 AM benda
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* AdaptationalVillainy: In the original, the father's fiancée is clearly an unsympathetic antagonist, but hardly a villain - she seemed to genuinely like the girls' father (even if attracted to his fame as well), wanted to have her own children with him and only planned to get rid of his daughter (by sending her to boarding school) after the latter came to her house to openly object to their marriage. The fiancée didn't actually get to do anything villainous. However, in both movies she's portrayed as ChildHater and GoldDigger (in the original, she's in fact much richer than her would-be husband) who WouldHurtAChild.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: In the original, original book, the father's fiancée is clearly an unsympathetic antagonist, but hardly a villain - she seemed to genuinely like the girls' father (even if attracted to his fame as well), wanted to have her own children with him and only planned to get rid of his daughter (by sending her to boarding school) after the latter came to her house to openly object to their marriage. The fiancée didn't actually get to do anything villainous. However, in both movies she's portrayed as ChildHater and GoldDigger (in the original, she's in fact much richer than her would-be husband) who WouldHurtAChild.
24th May '17 4:00:35 AM benda
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* {{Disneyfication}}: The original story (and original adaptation) was far more serious than the Disney movies--the father was distant, the mother was a wreck, and one twin falls ill.
* DontSplitUsUp

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* {{Disneyfication}}: The original story (and original German adaptation) was far more serious than the Disney movies--the father was distant, the mother was a wreck, and one twin falls ill.
* DontSplitUsUp
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* DontSplitUsUp
24th May '17 3:40:23 AM benda
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* {{Disneyfication}}: The original story was far more serious than the Disney movies--the father was distant, the mother was a wreck, and one twin falls ill.

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* {{Disneyfication}}: The original story (and original adaptation) was far more serious than the Disney movies--the father was distant, the mother was a wreck, and one twin falls ill.
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