History Fridge / RudolphTheRedNosedReindeer

31st May '18 9:29:08 AM Sharlee
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** It has wings and may be able to ''glide'' down, it just couldn't get into the air under its own power.
9th Mar '18 2:25:53 PM fruitstripegum
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** The squirt gun that shoots jelly just needs to replace its ammo (or, alternately it would be an awesome breakfast toy,)

to:

** The squirt gun that shoots jelly just needs to replace its ammo (or, alternately it would be an awesome breakfast toy,) toy).



* If Rudolph's eyes were bright enough to cut through fog, then wouldn't that hurt everyone's eyes?

to:

* If Rudolph's eyes were nose was bright enough to cut through fog, then wouldn't that hurt everyone's eyes?
21st Dec '17 12:11:22 AM MrMediaGuy2
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Presuming that all toys are assembled by elves, that would include the misfit toys? And if so, it leaves one wondering why an elf would make a toy that wouldn't be enjoyed by a child.
** Perhaps Santa utilized an assembly line in the past, but after the misfit toys were unwittingly created by overworked elves, he switched to more old-fashioned style.
* One has to wonder why Santa hasn't ever invested in some lamps to light his way in the fog or snow before, especially given how common snowstorms are in winter.
* Yukon is seen carrying what appears to be a [[http://i483.photobucket.com/albums/rr191/PAFOA_mauser/rudolph_yukon_cu_shocked.jpg revolver]] for the majority, if not the entire span of the film. He had plenty of situations where a gun would be handy, and yet never uses it.
* Concerning the original song these animations were based on, there's the line, "But do you recall the most famous reindeer of all?" after listing the other reindeers with the assurance that the audience knows their names. If it can be assumed the audience knows the other reindeer but one has to question if they know the "most famous" one, then it means he's not the most famous.
* Hermey says he doesn't want to make toys. The head elf tells him he's an elf, and elves ''must'' make toys. Then when the break whistle goes off, he tells Hermey to stay and finish his work or he's fired. Why exactly did he think would Hermey care about being fired, when he wants to quit? And how is it possible to fire an elf as a toymaker if they don't have a choice about doing it to begin with?



* Santa brings up he won't be able to get his sleigh off the ground without Rudolph's father, Donner, and yet at the end of the movie, he is seen flying his sleigh just fine, despite having only seven of what should be nine reindeer. (Not counting Donner, since he, along with his wife and Clarice, was watching Rudolph lead the sleigh in the full uncut version)

to:

* Santa brings up he won't be able to get his sleigh off the ground without Rudolph's father, Donner, and yet at the end of the movie, he is seen flying his sleigh just fine, despite having only seven of what should be nine reindeer. (Not counting Donner, since he, along with his wife and Clarice, was watching Rudolph lead the sleigh in the full uncut version)
2nd Dec '17 1:30:52 PM Rockosocko
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Santa brings up he won't be able to get his sleigh off the ground without Rudolph's father, Donner, and yet at end of the movie, he is seen flying his sleigh just fine, despite having only seven of what should be nine reindeer. (Not counting Donner, since he, along with his wife and Clarice, was watching Rudolph lead the sleigh in the full uncut version)

to:

* Santa brings up he won't be able to get his sleigh off the ground without Rudolph's father, Donner, and yet at the end of the movie, he is seen flying his sleigh just fine, despite having only seven of what should be nine reindeer. (Not counting Donner, since he, along with his wife and Clarice, was watching Rudolph lead the sleigh in the full uncut version)
2nd Dec '17 1:27:37 PM Rockosocko
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

*Santa brings up he won't be able to get his sleigh off the ground without Rudolph's father, Donner, and yet at end of the movie, he is seen flying his sleigh just fine, despite having only seven of what should be nine reindeer. (Not counting Donner, since he, along with his wife and Clarice, was watching Rudolph lead the sleigh in the full uncut version)
28th Nov '17 8:48:38 PM BNSF1995
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** Perhaps Santa utilized an assembly line in the past, but after the misfit toys were unwittingly created by overworked elves, he switched to more old-fashioned style.
27th Nov '17 2:46:06 PM MeaJae97
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* So Santa gets to judge the morality of all the world's children, but he turns a blind eye when it comes to his own reindeer?


Added DiffLines:

* If Rudolph's eyes were bright enough to cut through fog, then wouldn't that hurt everyone's eyes?
12th Oct '17 3:30:29 PM Malady
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* There's something that always bothered me with the "Chewing dolls" line. Sure, after the special came out there were chewing CabbagePatchKids dolls (See the Funny section), but what about Nutcrackers? A classic holiday symbol! That's if you count them as dolls, that is.

to:

* There's something that always bothered me with the "Chewing dolls" line. Sure, after the special came out there were chewing CabbagePatchKids Toys/CabbagePatchKids dolls (See the Funny section), but what about Nutcrackers? A classic holiday symbol! That's if you count them as dolls, that is.
20th Jul '17 9:39:19 PM CJCroen1393
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In the end credits, the elves are dropping off the Misfit Toys to new homes. One elf picks out the Bird, takes a look at him, and the umbrellas he's been giving to the other toys, puts the umbrella away, and tosses the Bird down. And then you remember the Bird was a misfit ''because it couldn't fly''. That's assuming, of course, that Santa didn't fix that.

to:

* In the end credits, the elves are dropping off the Misfit Toys to new homes. One elf picks out the Bird, takes a look at him, and the umbrellas he's been giving to the other toys, puts the umbrella away, and tosses the Bird down. And then you remember the Bird was a misfit ''because it couldn't fly''. That's assuming, of course, that Santa didn't fix that.that for him.
19th Dec '16 9:38:17 AM FearlessRabbit
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

**Most of that bothered me too. Although to be fair he was unconscious when his teeth were ripped out.
This list shows the last 10 events of 90. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Fridge.RudolphTheRedNosedReindeer