History Franchise / TheSmurfs

22nd Feb '17 12:51:25 AM jormis29
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* ''Smurfs: The Lost Village'', an all-CGI animated ''Smurfs'' series reboot movie from Sony Pictures in 2017

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* ''Smurfs: The Lost Village'', ''WesternAnimation/SmurfsTheLostVillage'', an all-CGI animated ''Smurfs'' series reboot movie from Sony Pictures in 2017
4th Feb '17 1:36:07 AM VicGeorge2011
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** And it's most likely to be averted with the upcoming ''Smurfs: The Lost Village'' film.
20th Dec '16 12:09:11 AM Xtifr
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The Smurfs[[note]]And, no, the plural of smurf is not "smurves." Although maybe it should be.[[/note]] (''Les Schtroumpfs'') are originally an extremely popular (and still ongoing) [[BelgianComics Belgian comic book series]] by cartoonist Pierre Culliford (aka ''{{Creator/Peyo}}'') that started in the [[TheSixties 1960s]]. It is more universally known for the long-running SaturdayMorningCartoon series that Creator/HannaBarbera created for Creator/{{NBC}} in the 1980s.

The Smurfs (originally called ''Schtroumpfs'' in French) are tiny creatures, who looked human except for their blue skin and tails, and were constantly pursued by Gargamel, an impoverished sorcerer who plotted to steal the Smurfs so he could create gold (or eat them, he's [[WesternAnimation/RobotChicken never really been all that clear on his motivations]]). Papa Smurf, an alchemist in his own right, generally saves the day.

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The Smurfs[[note]]And, ''The Smurfs''[[note]]And, no, the plural of smurf is not "smurves." Although maybe it should be.[[/note]] (''Les Schtroumpfs'') are originally an extremely popular (and still ongoing) [[BelgianComics Belgian comic book series]] by cartoonist Pierre Culliford (aka ''{{Creator/Peyo}}'') that started in the [[TheSixties 1960s]]. It is more universally known for the long-running SaturdayMorningCartoon series that Creator/HannaBarbera created for Creator/{{NBC}} in the 1980s.

The Smurfs (originally called ''Schtroumpfs'' in French) are tiny creatures, who looked human except for their blue skin and tails, and were constantly pursued by Gargamel, an impoverished sorcerer who plotted to steal the Smurfs so he could create gold (or eat them, he's [[WesternAnimation/RobotChicken never really been all that clear on his motivations]]). Papa Smurf, an alchemist in his own right, generally saves the day.
4th Aug '16 3:12:45 AM VicGeorge2011
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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: Actually more of an inversion, but Smurfette originally looked like a male smurf with a bad black wig and a dress. The cartoon features her makeover as seemingly coming with her HeelFaceTurn (the comics had Papa Smurf give her some ''[[MagicPlasticSurgery Plastic Smurfery]]", so it wasn't an entirely automatic transformation).

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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: Actually more of an inversion, but Smurfette originally looked like a male smurf Smurf with a bad black wig and a dress. The cartoon features her makeover as seemingly coming with her HeelFaceTurn (the comics had Papa Smurf give her some ''[[MagicPlasticSurgery Plastic Smurfery]]", so it wasn't an entirely automatic transformation).
4th Aug '16 3:05:36 AM Amon_Ra
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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: Actually more of an inversion, but Smurfette originally looked like a male smurf with a bad black wig and a dress. The cartoon features her makeover as seemingly coming with her HeelFaceTurn(the comics had Papa Smurf give her some ''[[MagicPlasticSurgery Plastic Smurfery]]", so it wasn't an entirely automatic transformation.)

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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: Actually more of an inversion, but Smurfette originally looked like a male smurf with a bad black wig and a dress. The cartoon features her makeover as seemingly coming with her HeelFaceTurn(the HeelFaceTurn (the comics had Papa Smurf give her some ''[[MagicPlasticSurgery Plastic Smurfery]]", so it wasn't an entirely automatic transformation.)transformation).
2nd Aug '16 4:30:38 PM brb1006
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* GoKartingWithBowser: In one Live-Action Greek music video. The Smurfs and Gargamel are seen having fun at a amusement park instead of him chasing them.

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* GoKartingWithBowser: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqrcEF-aQis In one Live-Action Greek music video.video]]. The Smurfs and Gargamel are seen having fun at a amusement park instead of him chasing them.
29th Jul '16 3:10:30 AM VicGeorge2011
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** Same goes for the 1975 film ''The Smurfs And The Magic Flute''

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** Same goes for the 1975 1976 film ''The Smurfs And The Magic Flute''



* VoiceGrunting: The sega cd version of The Smurfs contained no voice acting for the opening and closing cutscenes. Most of the characters only making grunting and gasping noises.

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* VoiceGrunting: The sega cd Sega CD version of The Smurfs the 1994 ''The Smurfs'' game contained no voice acting for the opening and closing cutscenes. Most of the characters only making grunting and gasping noises.
28th Jul '16 6:57:56 PM brb1006
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** Same goes for the 1975 film ''The Smurfs And The Magic Flute''
* SilenceIsGolden: In the European exclusive port for The Smurfs game that was released on the Sega CD. The opening and closing cutscenes were mostly silent besides character grumbling and making noises.


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* VoiceGrunting: The sega cd version of The Smurfs contained no voice acting for the opening and closing cutscenes. Most of the characters only making grunting and gasping noises.
28th Jul '16 6:54:35 PM brb1006
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In the early years of the franchise. Smurfs used to not only walk, but they were mostly seen bouncing/hopping from place to place. This is most notable in WesternAnimation/TheSmurfsAndTheMagicFlute where the majority of smurfs were spotted hopping besides walking making them move quicker. This was later removed in the 80's and are only seen walking. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khUuxI7UPyk However they were seen bouncing and walking in the animated intro to The Smurfs Sega CD game.]]

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In the early years of the franchise. Smurfs used to not only walk, but they were mostly seen bouncing/hopping from place to place. This is most notable in WesternAnimation/TheSmurfsAndTheMagicFlute where the majority of smurfs were spotted hopping besides walking making them move quicker. This was later removed in the 80's and are only seen walking. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khUuxI7UPyk However The last time they were seen spotted bouncing and walking was in the animated intro to The Smurfs Sega CD game.]]
28th Jul '16 6:53:40 PM brb1006
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In the early years of the franchise. Smurfs used to not only walk, but they were mostly seen bouncing/hopping from place to place. This is most notable in WesternAnimation/ThdSmurfsAndTheMagicFlute where the majority of smurfs were spotted hopping besides walking making them move quicker. This was later removed in the 80's and are only seen walking. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khUuxI7UPyk However they were seen bouncing and walking in the animated intro to The Smurfs Sega CD game.]]

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In the early years of the franchise. Smurfs used to not only walk, but they were mostly seen bouncing/hopping from place to place. This is most notable in WesternAnimation/ThdSmurfsAndTheMagicFlute WesternAnimation/TheSmurfsAndTheMagicFlute where the majority of smurfs were spotted hopping besides walking making them move quicker. This was later removed in the 80's and are only seen walking. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khUuxI7UPyk However they were seen bouncing and walking in the animated intro to The Smurfs Sega CD game.]]
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