History Literature / Babar

27th Aug '16 5:05:56 PM nombretomado
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A new AllCGICartoon version, ''WesternAnimation/BabarAndTheAdventuresOfBadou'', began airing on the Disney Junior block of DisneyChannel on Valentine's Day, 2011.

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A new AllCGICartoon version, ''WesternAnimation/BabarAndTheAdventuresOfBadou'', began airing on the Disney Junior block of DisneyChannel Creator/DisneyChannel on Valentine's Day, 2011.
14th Jul '16 12:15:10 PM ANewMan
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* NoAntagonist: The book ''Babar the King'', which is about the construction of Celesteville, has no antagonist (and not much of a conflict) at all; neither the hunter nor the rhinos make an appearance. The closest it ever gets to an antagonist is Misfortune, the personification of Babar's own misfortunes who comes in for a metaphorical conflict in a two page DreamSequence towards the very end.

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* NoAntagonist: The book ''Babar the King'', which is about the construction of Celesteville, has no antagonist (and not much of a conflict) at all; neither the hunter nor the rhinos make an appearance. The closest it ever gets to an antagonist is Misfortune, the personification of Babar's own misfortunes who comes in for a metaphorical conflict in a two page DreamSequence NightmareSequence towards the very end.


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* NightmareSequence: The film actually climaxes in one of these.
14th Jul '16 12:09:10 PM ANewMan
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* NoAntagonist: The book ''Babar the King'', which is about the construction of Celesteville, has no antagonist (and not much of a conflict) at all; neither the hunter nor the rhinos make an appearance.

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* NoAntagonist: The book ''Babar the King'', which is about the construction of Celesteville, has no antagonist (and not much of a conflict) at all; neither the hunter nor the rhinos make an appearance. The closest it ever gets to an antagonist is Misfortune, the personification of Babar's own misfortunes who comes in for a metaphorical conflict in a two page DreamSequence towards the very end.
19th Jun '16 8:12:05 AM KaiYves
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* MockCousteau: Babar's old friend [[ParodyNames Jacques-Yves Crouton]], a French-accented bird and famous underwater explorer called in to investigate "The Unsalted Sea Serpent".
17th Jun '16 5:31:57 AM Snicka
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* AnimalStampede: The rhinoceroses celebrate a holiday called "RhinoRampage Day", during which they collectively go on a stampede. The conflict arises from the fact that elephants' peanut patch is in their way.
21st Apr '16 10:19:39 PM TCgamerboy2002
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* LargeHam: Rataxes may have gotten meaner, but he's now also sporting a huge appetite for scenery.
11th Apr '16 7:39:22 AM Snicka
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* MonsterIsAMommy: The mother sea serpent from the episode "The Unsalted Sea Serpent" is [[MamaBear fiercely protective of her child]] but is otherwise a GentleGiant.
11th Apr '16 7:34:54 AM Snicka
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* StockNessMonster: The titular creature of the episode "The Unsalted Sea Serpent".
9th Apr '16 6:38:45 AM Hedging
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** Pompadour, Cornelius, Rataxes, Basil, Lady Rataxes, and the old lady all look exactly the same age as they did when Babar, Caleste and Arthur were kids.
2nd Jan '16 1:35:17 PM Snicka
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* NoAntagonist: The book ''Babar the King'', which is about the construction of Celesteville, has no antagonist at all.

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* NoAntagonist: The book ''Babar the King'', which is about the construction of Celesteville, has no antagonist (and not much of a conflict) at all.all; neither the hunter nor the rhinos make an appearance.
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