History Franchise / Pumuckl

25th Dec '16 3:51:41 AM Morgenthaler
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** In one episode, Eder reads a book which has the same title as a ''{{Tatort}}'' episode - [[ActorAllusion where his actor played the detective.]]

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** In one episode, Eder reads a book which has the same title as a ''{{Tatort}}'' ''Series/{{Tatort}}'' episode - [[ActorAllusion where his actor played the detective.]]
13th Jul '16 2:36:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* RedHeadedHero: Pumuckl again.
11th May '16 11:07:04 AM Forenperser
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* GilliganCut: Done very often when Eder says he is not going along with Pumuckl's requests and then does so in the next scene.
9th Mar '16 12:49:21 PM Forenperser
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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Pumuckl can be quite obnoxious and selfish at times, but his heart is ultimately in the right place.
24th Jan '16 7:48:59 AM aye_amber
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* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Pumuckl's fear of the water is severely tested by the Blue Klabauter, who demands to see him jump in the ocean to prove himself worthy of learning magic. [[spoiler: He nearly drowns, but Odessi saves him, and he (Pumuckl) comes back to give the Blue Klabauter a piece of his mind.]]

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* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Pumuckl's fear of the water is severely tested by the Blue Klabauter, who demands to see him jump in the ocean ocean, to prove himself worthy of learning magic. [[spoiler: He nearly drowns, but Odessi saves him, and he (Pumuckl) comes back to give the Blue Klabauter a piece of his mind.]]
30th Sep '15 6:19:21 PM rjd1922
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* RedHeadedHero

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* RedHeadedHeroRedHeadedHero: Pumuckl again.
28th Aug '15 10:23:40 AM MarkLungo
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Two guest stars that appeared in the TV show also did the German dub voice for lt. Series/{{Columbo}}.
28th Aug '15 10:21:17 AM MarkLungo
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* {{Adult Fear}}: Whenever Pumuckl is in trouble. For example, in one TV episode, he gets sick to his stomach after drinking a bottle of medicine. His histrionics are quite funny - until Eder walks in, picks up the little guy in one hand, and completely panics at not knowing what to do.

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* {{Adult Fear}}: AdultFear: Whenever Pumuckl is in trouble. For example, in one TV episode, he gets sick to his stomach after drinking a bottle of medicine. His histrionics are quite funny - until Eder walks in, picks up the little guy in one hand, and completely panics at not knowing what to do.



* {{Cats Are Mean}}: Pumuckl hates and fears them, probably because he is small enough to be their ideal prey. For Eder, though, {{Everythings Cuter With Kittens}}, which makes for trouble when he takes one in out of the street in episode 21.
* {{Celibate Hero}}: Eder has zero interest in romance, probably due to his age.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Some people think Eder was this, when he talks with / about his Kobold. Of course, in this case TheCloudcuckoolanderWasRight.

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* {{Cats Are Mean}}: CatsAreMean: Pumuckl hates and fears them, probably because he is small enough to be their ideal prey. For Eder, though, {{Everythings Cuter With Kittens}}, which makes for trouble when he takes one in out of the street in episode 21.
* {{Celibate Hero}}: CelibateHero: Eder has zero interest in romance, probably due to his age.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Some people think Eder was this, when he talks with / about with/about his Kobold. Of course, in this case TheCloudcuckoolanderWasRight.TheCloudcuckoolanderWasRight.
* DoesNotLikeShoes: Pumuckl is always barefoot.



* {{Friend To All Children}}: Pumuckl sympathizes with children, being much like one himself, while they are naturally more likely to believe in him (and enjoy his pranks) than adults are.
* GermanDialects: There are translations into Swiss German and Rhenish German. In the latter, Pumuckl is renamed Fizzibitz.
* {{Get Out}}: In episode 16, Eder evicts Pumuckl for stealing a customer's bracelet and then lying about it. Pumuckl leaves the house in tears and chooses Bernbacher as his new "target", but in the end, they miss each other too much to hold a grudge.

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* {{Friend To All Children}}: FriendToAllChildren: Pumuckl sympathizes with children, being much like one himself, while they are naturally more likely to believe in him (and enjoy his pranks) than adults are.
* GermanDialects: UsefulNotes/GermanDialects: There are translations into Swiss German and Rhenish German. In the latter, Pumuckl is renamed Fizzibitz.
* {{Get Out}}: GetOut: In episode 16, Eder evicts Pumuckl for stealing a customer's bracelet and then lying about it. Pumuckl leaves the house in tears and chooses Bernbacher as his new "target", but in the end, they miss each other too much to hold a grudge.



* ImADoctorNotAPlaceholder: Eder's response when Pumuckl confuses the story of ''{{HanselandGretel}}'' for real life and demands that the children be rescued. "I'm a carpenter, not a policeman!"

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* ImADoctorNotAPlaceholder: Eder's response when Pumuckl confuses the story of ''{{HanselandGretel}}'' ''Literature/HanselAndGretel'' for real life and demands that the children be rescued. "I'm a carpenter, not a policeman!"



* {{Kindly Housekeeper}}: Frau Eichinger. Even though her superstitions combined with Pumuckl's pranks strain her nerves to the limit, she takes care of Eder to the best of her ability.

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* {{Kindly Housekeeper}}: KindlyHousekeeper: Frau Eichinger. Even though her superstitions combined with Pumuckl's pranks strain her nerves to the limit, she takes care of Eder to the best of her ability.



* {{Never My Fault}}: Pumuckl often denies his pranks at first, much to Eder's exasperation.

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* {{Never My Fault}}: NeverMyFault: Pumuckl often denies his pranks at first, much to Eder's exasperation.



* {{They Call Me Mister Tibbs}}: Sometimes when they argue, Pumuckl and Eder get so angry that they sarcastically address each other by the formal "Sie" pronoun. When they make up, they revert to the more familiar "du".

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* {{They Call Me Mister Tibbs}}: TheyCallMeMisterTibbs: Sometimes when they argue, Pumuckl and Eder get so angry that they sarcastically address each other by the formal "Sie" pronoun. When they make up, they revert to the more familiar "du".



* {{Being Evil Sucks}}: The titular Blue Klabauter, living invisibly on a cruise ship, has gotten sick of his own brooding company and wants a servant on whom to let out his moods.
* {{Friend Or Idol Decision}}: Pumuckl has to choose between learning magic from a talented, if nasty, member of his own species and going back to his human guardian.
* {{Jerk With A Heart Of Gold}}: Karl-Heinz Bradtke, one of the cruise passengers carries a notebook to write down complaints about everything in sight, but he clearly loves his daughter, and he mellows considerably under the influence of Frau Riedinger.
* {{Love Triangle}}: Martin the steward and Odessi the cook compete over the beautiful Carolin Bradtke.
* {{My Species Doth Protest Too Much}}: Pumuckl, if the antagonist in this movie is anything to go by. The Blue Klabauter plays tricks on humans not for the joy of it, but because he genuinely hates them.
* {{Not So Different}}: "Klabauter" are said to love the ocean, but neither Pumuckl nor the Blue Klabauter fit that image. Pumuckl is afraid of water in any form, and the Blue Klabauter (despite living on a ship and wearing an elaborate navy uniform) hides in a chest because he suffers from seasickness.
* {{Opposites Attract}}: Herr Bradtke and {{Blithe Spirit}} Frau Riedinger.
* {{The Power Of Love}}: Explicitly evoked by the little bed that Eder carved for Pumuckl in episode 2 of the TV series. [[spoiler: Eder sends it to Pumuckl via a friend's grandchildren, who stow away on board the ship. Pumuckl hides in the bed while running from the Blue Klabauter, who is furious to find that he cannot touch it.]]

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* {{Being Evil Sucks}}: BeingEvilSucks: The titular Blue Klabauter, living invisibly on a cruise ship, has gotten sick of his own brooding company and wants a servant on whom to let out his moods.
* {{Friend Or Idol Decision}}: FriendOrIdolDecision: Pumuckl has to choose between learning magic from a talented, if nasty, member of his own species and going back to his human guardian.
* {{Jerk With A Heart Of Gold}}: JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Karl-Heinz Bradtke, one of the cruise passengers carries a notebook to write down complaints about everything in sight, but he clearly loves his daughter, and he mellows considerably under the influence of Frau Riedinger.
* {{Love Triangle}}: LoveTriangle: Martin the steward and Odessi the cook compete over the beautiful Carolin Bradtke.
* {{My Species Doth Protest Too Much}}: MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch: Pumuckl, if the antagonist in this movie is anything to go by. The Blue Klabauter plays tricks on humans not for the joy of it, but because he genuinely hates them.
* {{Not So Different}}: NotSoDifferent: "Klabauter" are said to love the ocean, but neither Pumuckl nor the Blue Klabauter fit that image. Pumuckl is afraid of water in any form, and the Blue Klabauter (despite living on a ship and wearing an elaborate navy uniform) hides in a chest because he suffers from seasickness.
* {{Opposites Attract}}: OppositesAttract: Herr Bradtke and {{Blithe Spirit}} Frau Riedinger.
* {{The Power Of Love}}: ThePowerOfLove: Explicitly evoked by the little bed that Eder carved for Pumuckl in episode 2 of the TV series. [[spoiler: Eder sends it to Pumuckl via a friend's grandchildren, who stow away on board the ship. Pumuckl hides in the bed while running from the Blue Klabauter, who is furious to find that he cannot touch it.]]



* {{Speaks Fluent Animal}}: Kobolds can apparently talk to seagulls.
* {{Why Did It Have To Be Snakes}}: Pumuckl's fear of the water is severely tested by the Blue Klabauter, who demands to see him jump in the ocean to prove himself worthy of learning magic. [[spoiler: He nearly drowns, but Odessi saves him, and he (Pumuckl) comes back to give the Blue Klabauter a piece of his mind.]]

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* {{Speaks Fluent Animal}}: SpeaksFluentAnimal: Kobolds can apparently talk to seagulls.
* {{Why Did It Have To Be Snakes}}: WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Pumuckl's fear of the water is severely tested by the Blue Klabauter, who demands to see him jump in the ocean to prove himself worthy of learning magic. [[spoiler: He nearly drowns, but Odessi saves him, and he (Pumuckl) comes back to give the Blue Klabauter a piece of his mind.]]
2nd Dec '14 12:13:20 PM Lullabee
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* {Im A Doctor Not A Placeholder}}: Eder's response when Pumuckl confuses the story of ''{{HanselandGretel}}'' for real life and demands that the children be rescued. "I'm a carpenter, not a policeman!"

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* {Im A Doctor Not A Placeholder}}: ImADoctorNotAPlaceholder: Eder's response when Pumuckl confuses the story of ''{{HanselandGretel}}'' for real life and demands that the children be rescued. "I'm a carpenter, not a policeman!"
23rd Oct '14 7:38:47 AM jeez
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''Pumuckl'' is a German children's series, as well as the name of its kobold protagonist. Started as a radio series in 1961, and in the following decades, it got a book series, 33 records (for kids: what people had before [=CDs=]), three movies, three TV series, a kids magazine... and even a musical. It's about the kobold [a kind of mischievous brownie] Pumuckl, who lives in the workshop of Eder, an old joiner.

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''Pumuckl'' is a German children's series, as well as the name of its kobold protagonist. Started as a radio series in 1961, and in the following decades, it got a book series, 33 records (for kids: what people had before [=CDs=]), three movies, three TV series, a kids magazine... and even a musical. It's about the kobold [a kind of mischievous brownie] Pumuckl, who lives in UsefulNotes/{{Munich}} in the workshop of Eder, an old joiner.
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