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16th Dec '15 11:23:18 AM erforce
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'''''Disney's Anne Frank''''' is an[[note]]imaginary[[/note]] animated film released by Creator/{{Disney}} in the spring of 1989. It is very, ''very'' loosely based on ''Theatre/TheDiaryOfAnneFrank'', but takes a lot of liberties with the source material, adding three talking animal sidekicks, a Nazi necromancer FemmeFatale, and a HappilyEverAfter ending.
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'''''Disney's ''Disney's Anne Frank''''' Frank'' is an[[note]]imaginary[[/note]] animated film released by Creator/{{Disney}} in the spring of 1989. It is very, ''very'' loosely based on ''Theatre/TheDiaryOfAnneFrank'', but takes a lot of liberties with the source material, adding three talking animal sidekicks, a Nazi necromancer FemmeFatale, and a HappilyEverAfter ending.

** Josef Mengele in his angel form begins spouting pop-cultural references about ''Franchise/StarWars'', ''Film/TheFly'', and ''Film/TheThing1982''.
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** Josef Mengele in his angel form begins spouting pop-cultural references about ''Franchise/StarWars'', ''Film/TheFly'', ''Film/TheFly1986'', and ''Film/TheThing1982''.
8th Nov '15 3:46:45 PM FF32
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* BigBad: Josef Mengele is the true master mind behind everything.

* BiggerBad: Josef Mengele is the true master mind behind everything.

** GreyEyes: Sgt. Olga, of the "stern, steely, ideas-over-people" type.
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** * GreyEyes: Sgt. Olga, of the "stern, steely, ideas-over-people" type.
12th Sep '15 5:50:53 PM Berrenta
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* AmericaWinsTheWar: Surprisingly averted, in this version of the story the Jews just save themselves. The army that parades through Amsterdam in the final scene is American, though. ** After Anne and Petr get married, it is revealed in a newsreel-style montage that America won the war against Germany and Japan in the next month (Italy got cut from the Axis powers for some reason,) and with next to no bloodshed.
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* AmericaWinsTheWar: AmericaWonWorldWarII: Surprisingly averted, in this version of the story the Jews just save themselves. The army that parades through Amsterdam in the final scene is American, though. ** After Anne and Petr Peter get married, it is revealed in a newsreel-style montage that America won the war against Germany and Japan in the next month (Italy got cut from the Axis powers for some reason,) and with next to no bloodshed.
16th Jul '15 8:16:26 PM Starshock
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* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: Sgt. Olga. Why? Well, in an early version of the plot, she was supposed to be the [[{{Dhamphir}} half-vampire daughter of Hitler,]] hence the pale skin from the vampire side and the black hair from Hitler, but that was dropped when the writers realized she would have to be much younger. But they kept the look, 'cuz it looked evil.
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* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: Sgt. Olga. Why? Well, in an early version of the plot, she was supposed to be the [[{{Dhamphir}} [[{{Dhampyr}} half-vampire daughter of Hitler,]] hence the pale skin from the vampire side and the black hair from Hitler, but that was dropped when the writers realized she would have to be much younger. But they kept the look, 'cuz it looked evil.
16th Jul '15 8:12:03 PM Starshock
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* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: Sgt. Olga. Why? Well, in an early version of the plot, she was supposed to be the [[{{Dhamphir}} half-vampire daughter of Hitler,]] hence the pale skin from the vampire side and the black hair from Hitler, but that was dropped when the writers realized she would have to be much younger. But they kept the look.
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* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: Sgt. Olga. Why? Well, in an early version of the plot, she was supposed to be the [[{{Dhamphir}} half-vampire daughter of Hitler,]] hence the pale skin from the vampire side and the black hair from Hitler, but that was dropped when the writers realized she would have to be much younger. But they kept the look.look, 'cuz it looked evil.

* GagBoobs: Sgt. Olga in pre-production sketches. She ended up flat-chested, to keep her from competing with the heroine in the attractiveness arena,
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* GagBoobs: Sgt. Olga in pre-production sketches. She ended up flat-chested, to keep her from competing with the heroine in the attractiveness arena,arena.
13th Jul '15 2:27:02 PM twilicorn
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* ButWaitTheresMore: Disney, prior to the film's release, developed a plan for a sequel that would focus on Anne's fictional daughter Anya as she searches for her lost younger brother Claus in Cold War-era Berlin, while Stalin's right-hand man Colonel Polov Vlagavich tries to catch her. However, due to the severly disappointing reaction to the film by critics and audience members, production was quickly ended and the animated sequences that were completed were retrofitted into other Disney works. ** There are, however, plans by a group of internet animators, musicians, and voice actors to make an unofficial fan production. ** The [[DesignatedVillian Inspector Javert]] [[LoonyFan fan club]] has expressed outrage at the plot line, because Colonel Vlagavich would be an example of the trope InspectorJavert, and they don't want their hero to be vilified by connection.

** Michael Eisner in a split second cameo at the end as an unamed character in the background saying "somebody ought to make a movie about this".
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** Michael Eisner in a split second cameo at the end as an unamed unnamed character in the background saying "somebody ought to make a movie about this".

** Josef Mengele's "Dance of the Grateful Flesh" is brief, but the psychodelic lights and the singing deformed victims must definitely invoke this.
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** Josef Mengele's "Dance of the Grateful Flesh" is brief, but the psychodelic psychedelic lights and the singing deformed victims must definitely invoke this.

** At the end when the Americans ''FINALLY'' come, they mention something about a guy named [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Steve Rogers.]] Also, the guy making the reference is named [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Private Barnes]].
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** At the end when the Americans ''FINALLY'' come, they mention something about a guy named [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Steve Rogers.]] Also, the guy making the reference is named [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Private Barnes]].

** One of Mel Brooks' contributions was a version of [[Film/TheProducers the trope namer]] being sung by various townspeople in the opening credits, concluding with the Frank family themselves.
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** One of Mel Brooks' contributions (that was never used eventually) was a version of [[Film/TheProducers the trope namer]] being sung by various townspeople in the opening credits, concluding with the Frank family themselves.
8th Apr '15 8:11:53 PM nombretomado
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* CanonDiscontinuity: Not listed in the official films by Disney. Reportedly, they even asked that this site not list it on our own DisneyAnimatedCanon page. In fact, when Disney included the original trailer of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' among that movie's laserdisc bonus features, they had Mark Elliot redub part of it, so that it would refer to ''The Little Mermaid'' as movie #28, instead of #29. Nowadays that seems like the only version of the trailer they'll let the public see.
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* CanonDiscontinuity: Not listed in the official films by Disney. Reportedly, they even asked that this site not list it on our own DisneyAnimatedCanon Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon page. In fact, when Disney included the original trailer of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' among that movie's laserdisc bonus features, they had Mark Elliot redub part of it, so that it would refer to ''The Little Mermaid'' as movie #28, instead of #29. Nowadays that seems like the only version of the trailer they'll let the public see.

* StorybookOpening: Used as a reference to previous DisneyAnimatedCanon, and also allowed the studio to conclude the film with a TitleDrop of the original published work -- one of the few moments they have ShownTheirWork.
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* StorybookOpening: Used as a reference to previous DisneyAnimatedCanon, Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, and also allowed the studio to conclude the film with a TitleDrop of the original published work -- one of the few moments they have ShownTheirWork.
7th Apr '15 8:22:49 PM nombretomado
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* DisneyPrincess: Although not even considered for that line, {{Urban Legend}}s still persist that one can see Anne's outline in some of TheMerch. She is however seen in a princess-like dress during the liberation from Auschwitz made from the blue striped pajamas.
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* DisneyPrincess: Franchise/DisneyPrincess: Although not even considered for that line, {{Urban Legend}}s still persist that one can see Anne's outline in some of TheMerch. She is however seen in a princess-like dress during the liberation from Auschwitz made from the blue striped pajamas.
29th Mar '15 12:29:24 PM Starshock
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** The [[DesignatedVillian Inspector Javert]] [[LoonyFan fan club]] has expressed outrage at the plot line, because Colonel Vlagavich would be an example of the trope InspectorJavert, and they don't want their hero to be vilified by connection.

* GagBoobs: Sgt. Olga in pre-production sketches.
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* GagBoobs: Sgt. Olga in pre-production sketches. She ended up flat-chested, to keep her from competing with the heroine in the attractiveness arena,

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* GagBoobs: ** GreyEyes: Sgt. Olga in pre-production sketches.Olga, of the "stern, steely, ideas-over-people" type.

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* GagBoobs: ** Sgt. Olga in pre-production sketches.was ''supposed'' to make one... See Villainous Breakdown below for more on this.
29th Mar '15 12:20:58 PM Starshock
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*** However, * EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: Sgt. Olga. Why? Well, in an early version of the plot, she was supposed to be the [[{{Dhamphir}} half-vampire daughter of Hitler,]] hence the pale skin from the vampire side and the black hair from Hitler, but that was dropped when the writers realized she would have to be much younger. But they may be shut down bykept the look.

* EvenEvilHasStandards: Josef Mengele actually hates Nazi dogma and was only using them to gather resources and power to ascend and unite all of mankind under his rule. Likewise, Olga and the other nazis are visibly repulsed by his ideals, although it's an extreme case of BlueAndOrangeMorality because they hate the fact that he will treat everyone equally.
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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Josef Mengele actually hates Nazi dogma and was only using them to gather resources and power to ascend and unite all of mankind under his rule. Likewise, Olga and the other nazis Nazis are visibly repulsed by his ideals, although it's an extreme case of BlueAndOrangeMorality because they hate the fact that he will treat everyone equally.

* EvilIsHammy: St. Olga
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* EvilIsHammy: St. OlgaOlga.

* NiceJewishBoy: Peter
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* NiceJewishBoy: PeterPetr.

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* NiceJewishBoy: PeterSymbologyResearchFailure: It's a blink-and-you'll-miss-it mistake, but Sgt. Olga wears a sickle and hammer pin in the scene she dies in. Fascists and Communists '''''hate''''' each other.
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