History FurryConfusion / DisneyAndPixar

10th Sep '17 10:00:07 AM nombretomado
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* The most obvious [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Disney]] example, cited in the quote on the main page: MickeyMouse is an anthropomorphic mouse. His best friend {{Goofy}} is an anthropomorphic dog-man who walks on two legs. Mickey's pet Pluto is a (relatively) normal dog that mostly behaves like a real dog.

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* The most obvious [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Disney]] example, cited in the quote on the main page: MickeyMouse WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse is an anthropomorphic mouse. His best friend {{Goofy}} WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} is an anthropomorphic dog-man who walks on two legs. Mickey's pet Pluto is a (relatively) normal dog that mostly behaves like a real dog.
7th Sep '17 7:25:13 AM louisXVI
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** A similarly dark short featured Huey Dewy and Louie pranking Donald into thinking he'd accidentally burned his nephews alive during a snowball fight that had spiraled out of control. They did this by fleeing their fort and placing their caps on roast chickens suggesting they're not only fully aware that corpses of fellow fowl are sold as food, they're perfectly comfortable buying them at the store.



** There is also an old story somewhere where Donald, his nephews and Scrooge meets some native indians where one of them is asked by another to describe what a duck is. Cue the indian mimicking that ducks can fly and float on water, to which our gang are left with dumbfounded reactions and asking if he's joking.

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** There is also an old story somewhere where Donald, his nephews and Scrooge meets some native indians Indians where one of them is asked by another to describe what a duck is. Cue the indian Indian mimicking that ducks can fly and float on water, to which our gang are left with dumbfounded reactions and asking if he's joking.
7th Aug '17 5:18:53 PM marbehraglaim
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** In the 1945 short "The Eyes Have It," Donald hypnotizes Pluto to make him think he's a mouse, and we also see a real mouse scurrying about the house. Remember that Pluto's owner is none other than Mickey Mouse.
14th Jul '17 9:12:59 PM HeroGal2347
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* Speaking of Disney ducks, ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' gave us at least two episodes with some good examples of Furry Confusion:

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* Speaking of Disney ducks, ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' gave us at least two episodes with some good examples of Furry Confusion:
11th Jul '17 5:37:08 AM Luppercus
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** And yet, when Puck swap everyone's species in the city turning every human into gargoyle and every gargoyle into human Bronx is turn into a dog.

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** And yet, when Puck swap swaps everyone's species in the city turning every human into gargoyle and every gargoyle into human Bronx is turn into a dog.
11th Jul '17 5:36:17 AM Luppercus
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** And yet, when Puck swap everyone's species in the city turning every human into gargoyle and every gargoyle into human Bronx is turn into a dog.
5th Apr '17 12:36:21 PM WileK209
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\n* ''Disney/TheRescuers'' (and its' [[Disney/TheRescuersDownUnder sequel]]) and ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective'' are odd examples. There are talking anthropomorphic mice and other small animals in both films, but there are also some animals that are non-sentient. The former has the crocodiles Brutus and Nero, Evinrude the dragonfly, some bats and a zoo lion; and its' sequel has Marahute the eagle and Joanna the Goanna (a type of lizard). The latter has the loyal BigFriendlyDog Toby, Ratigan's RightHandCat Felicia, and some wagons drawn by horses. What's more, humans are also present in all three of these films!

4th Apr '17 5:53:14 PM nombretomado
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** Or Bessie (a non-anthro bulldozer) from ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}''. And in the ''Cars'' universe, there are insects that resemble [[StealthPun VW Beetles]], as well as farm equipment that behave like cattle. And in one of the [[PixarShorts spinoff shorts]] starring Mater as a bullfighter, there are bulldozers that also act like cattle similar to the farm equipment in the movie.

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** Or Bessie (a non-anthro bulldozer) from ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}''. And in the ''Cars'' universe, there are insects that resemble [[StealthPun VW Beetles]], as well as farm equipment that behave like cattle. And in one of the [[PixarShorts [[WesternAnimation/PixarShorts spinoff shorts]] starring Mater as a bullfighter, there are bulldozers that also act like cattle similar to the farm equipment in the movie.
15th Feb '17 12:19:43 AM rva98014
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* It is {{Implied|Trope}} that ''only'' mammals in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' are anthropomorphic, while all others are the same as in real life. The film likely avoids actually showing non-anthropomorphic animals because [[WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief this would be extremely distracting]]--the closest it gets is a few signs indicating [[NoCartoonFish fish are sold as food]].
** The only non-anthropomorphic animals shown are house flies flying around Yax the yak.
** The directors have implied on their Twitter than other tetrapods (i.e. birds, reptiles) ''may'' be intelligent as well, but haven't been seen yet.

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* It is {{Implied|Trope}} that ''only'' mammals in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' are anthropomorphic, while all others are the same as in real life. The film likely avoids actually showing non-anthropomorphic animals because [[WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief this would be extremely distracting]]--the closest it gets is a few signs indicating [[NoCartoonFish fish are sold as food]].
** The only non-anthropomorphic animals shown are house flies flying around Yax the yak.
** The directors have implied on their Twitter than other tetrapods (i.e. birds, reptiles) ''may'' be intelligent as well, but haven't been seen yet.

9th Feb '17 11:02:26 PM HarpieSiren
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** One episode of ''House of Mouse'' was actually about DonaldDuck attempting to fly like other Disney characters that somehow possess flight (Disney/{{Dumbo}}, [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} The Magic Carpet]], [[Disney/TheJungleBook Buzzy, Dizzy, Ziggy, and Flaps,]] and [[Disney/TheHunchbackofNotreDame Victor, Hugo, and Laverne]]), and when he gives up, he actually had to be helped by Disney/PeterPan of all characters! (that episode actually marked the first time we ever get to hear Peter Pan sing) His desire to fly seems to stem from the fact that internally he knows that, as a duck, he ''should'' be able to fly, and the reason he can't is because he ''doesn't have wings''. Donald temporarily dubs himself "Donald Donkey" since "Donkeys can't fly" (cue Dumbo)

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** One episode of ''House of Mouse'' was actually about DonaldDuck attempting to fly like other Disney characters that somehow possess flight (Disney/{{Dumbo}}, [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} The Magic Carpet]], [[Disney/TheJungleBook Buzzy, Dizzy, Ziggy, and Flaps,]] and [[Disney/TheHunchbackofNotreDame Victor, Hugo, and Laverne]]), and when he gives up, he actually had to be helped by Disney/PeterPan of all characters! (that episode actually marked the first time we ever get to hear Peter Pan sing) His desire to fly seems to stem from the fact that internally he knows that, as a duck, he ''should'' be able to fly, and the reason he can't is because he ''doesn't have wings''. Donald temporarily dubs himself "Donald Donkey" since "Donkeys can't fly" (cue Dumbo)flying donkey)
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