History Literature / Cujo

13th Sep '17 7:34:42 PM bravo104
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* OneSteveLimit: Averted with Roger Breakstone, one of Vic's colleagues, and Roger, who [[UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom advises the Mailman not to make the trip over to the Cambes' house since they'll be away,]] preventing him from rescuing Donna and Tad.
26th Aug '17 9:37:29 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* MisplacedRetribution: Due to the rabies screwing up Cujo's rational thinking, he honestly comes to believe that Donna, and later Sheriff Bannerman, are responsible for him being sick, which is what prompts him to attack them.



* MisplacedRetribution: Due to the rabies screwing up Cujo's rational thinking, he honestly comes to believe that Donna, and later Sheriff Bannerman, are responsible for him being sick, which is what prompts him to attack them.
30th Jul '17 12:48:01 PM PeaceAndLove
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Written in 1981 by Creator/StephenKing, and adapted into a film starring Creator/DeeWallace in 1983.

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Written in 1981 by Creator/StephenKing, and adapted into a film starring Creator/DeeWallace Dee Wallace in 1983.
29th Jun '17 9:55:47 PM Brianne
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*** [[spoiler: Not to mention she almost certainly would have been a goner if symptoms appeared (Post-exposure treatment wouldn't have saved her). Also, rabies very rarely manifests as "primal rage" in humans the way it does in animals.]]
28th Jun '17 1:31:17 AM BoukenDutch
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* HopeSpot: As the sun comes up on the second day of their "captivity," Donna realizes that she and Tad just have to hold out until the mail carrier comes to the Cambers' and then they'll be okay. While the reader might wonder how the mailman might fare against Cujo, it's a moot point; Camber cancelled his mail delivery since he and Gary were planning to take off for a few days.

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As the sun comes up on the second day of their "captivity," Donna realizes that she and Tad just have to hold out until the mail carrier comes to the Cambers' and then they'll be okay. While the reader might wonder how the mailman might fare against Cujo, it's a moot point; Camber cancelled his mail delivery since he and Gary were planning to take off for a few days.days.
** It happens again when, on the third day, sherriff Bannerman shows up at the Camber house to investigate Donna's and Ted's disapperance, only for Cujo to kill him before he has a chance to call for backup.


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* MisplacedRetribution: Due to the rabies screwing up Cujo's rational thinking, he honestly comes to believe that Donna, and later Sheriff Bannerman, are responsible for him being sick, which is what prompts him to attack them.
17th Jun '17 3:51:18 AM BoukenDutch
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* NeverWakeUpASleepwalker: During the first night they spend at her sisters' house, Charity finds her son Brett sleepwalking. Although she has enough common sense to know that all those horror stories about the dangers of waking up a sleepwalker are just myths, she still can't bring herself to wake him up and instead watches him untill he goes back to bed. She also recalls how she took Brett to the doctor when he was six because of his frequent sleepwalking, and the doctor blamed [[CriticalResearchFailure poorly researched movies]] for the wrong ideas people still have about sleepwalking.
26th May '17 10:15:10 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* AxCrazy: Cujo after being infected with rabies. Seeing a BigFriendlyDog slowly go mad and turn murderous under its influence just makes it stand out even more.


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* AxCrazy: Cujo after being infected with rabies. Seeing a BigFriendlyDog slowly go mad and turn murderous under its influence just makes it stand out even more.
3rd Apr '17 5:06:17 PM CosmicFerret
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Written in 1981 by Creator/StephenKing, and adapted into a film starring DeeWallace in 1983.

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Written in 1981 by Creator/StephenKing, and adapted into a film starring DeeWallace Creator/DeeWallace in 1983.
18th Mar '17 8:35:16 AM Da1tonTheGreat
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* {{Mundanger}}: Unlike most of King's works, there is no supernatural threat in this book. Just a huge, rabid dog.
9th Jan '17 11:53:12 PM ShiroAkuma
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* AxCrazy: Cujo after being infected with rabies. Seeing a BigFriendlyDog slowly go mad and turn murderous under it's influence just makes it stand out even more.

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* AxCrazy: Cujo after being infected with rabies. Seeing a BigFriendlyDog slowly go mad and turn murderous under it's its influence just makes it stand out even more.
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