History Literature / Franklin

9th Jan '17 3:05:25 PM themisterfree
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-->-- ''Franklin'' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8t9nNwjHrq4 TV series theme song]]

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-->-- ''Franklin'' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8t9nNwjHrq4 TV series com/watch?v=nlqyE-lWqCE theme song]]
5th Jan '17 12:17:22 PM SeptimusHeap
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In “Franklin Has a Sleepover”, Franklin and Bear let their plush toys ride on a train and they are shown in an [[FreudWasRight intimate position.]] [[note]]Also, it's Bear's toy that happens to be behind Franklin's toy...[[https://j.gifs.com/jR0XlW.gif real subtle Nelvana.]] ''Real'' subtle.[[/note]]

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In “Franklin Has a Sleepover”, Franklin and Bear let their plush toys ride on a train and they are shown in an [[FreudWasRight intimate position.]] position. [[note]]Also, it's Bear's toy that happens to be behind Franklin's toy...[[https://j.gifs.com/jR0XlW.gif real subtle Nelvana.]] ''Real'' subtle.[[/note]]
24th Dec '16 2:42:44 PM JMQwilleran
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* AdultFear: In ''Franklin's Magic Christmas'', both Franklin and Harriet try to venture on their own to Woodland from Faraway Farm in order to get Dr. Bear to help their grandpa. True, things work out, but both of their grandparents, as well as Mr. and Mrs. Turtle, are left to worry over what might happen to them in a wooded area on a very cold night following an ice/snowstorm.
22nd Dec '16 10:20:28 PM Segal991
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* ADogNamedDog: Literally anyone who isn't Franklin or any turtle character. Bear the bear, Beaver the beaver, etc.
18th Oct '16 6:00:11 PM themisterfree
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In 1996, Creator/{{Nelvana}} adapted the characters for an animated children's series with the same name that appeared on {{Nick Jr}} in the United States, Creator/FamilyChannel in Canada, and has since been seen around the world. In each story, Franklin explores themes and values of importance to kids, including the first day of school, a first sleepover and the importance of perseverance and being true to one's friends.

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In 1996, Creator/{{Nelvana}} adapted the characters for an animated children's series with the same name that appeared on {{Nick Jr}} and Creator/{{CBS}} in the United States, Creator/FamilyChannel in Canada, and has since been seen around the world. In each story, Franklin explores themes and values of importance to kids, including the first day of school, a first sleepover and the importance of perseverance and being true to one's friends.
3rd Oct '16 9:57:11 PM DustSnitch
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* UnexpectedlyDarkEpisode: The episode "Franklin and the Fire" is about fire safety. A hardware store is burned down and fire is played very seriously. Franklin's friends talk about how their houses could burn down and all their stuff burning up.
2nd Oct '16 4:04:17 PM MarcoPolo250
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'''''Franklin''''' (''Franklin the Turtle'') is a series of children's books written by Paulette Bourgeois and illustrated by Brenda Clark, featuring the adventures of an anthropomorphic young turtle and his group of friends. The first book in the series, ''Franklin in the Dark'', was released in 1986 by Kids Can Press and its popularity led to over twenty books in the original series. In 1996, Creator/{{Nelvana}} adapted the characters for an animated children's series with the same name that appeared on {{Nick Jr}} in the United States, the Family Channel in Canada and has since been seen around the world. In each story, Franklin explores themes and values of importance to kids, including the first day of school, a first sleepover and the importance of perseverance and being true to one's friends.

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'''''Franklin''''' (''Franklin the Turtle'') is a series of children's books written by Paulette Bourgeois and illustrated by Brenda Clark, featuring the adventures of an anthropomorphic young turtle and his group of friends. The first book in the series, ''Franklin in the Dark'', was released in 1986 by Kids Can Press and its popularity led to over twenty books in the original series.

In 1996, Creator/{{Nelvana}} adapted the characters for an animated children's series with the same name that appeared on {{Nick Jr}} in the United States, the Family Channel Creator/FamilyChannel in Canada Canada, and has since been seen around the world. In each story, Franklin explores themes and values of importance to kids, including the first day of school, a first sleepover and the importance of perseverance and being true to one's friends.
25th Sep '16 11:17:19 PM JMQwilleran
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* AnimalsNotToScale: The woodland animals are more or less their respective sizes and we have the accurately tiny Snail, but then comes Franklin, a turtle, who is as tall as a beaver and more than half the size of a bear. Moose is another one that is a bit more accurate, and his family is even bigger, though he's only seen in one installment of the television series and a smattering of the books.

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* AnimalsNotToScale: The woodland animals are more or less their respective sizes and we have the accurately tiny Snail, but then comes Franklin, a turtle, who is as tall as a beaver and more than half the size of a bear. Moose is another one that is a bit more accurate, and his family is even bigger, though he's only seen in one installment of the television series and a smattering of the books. Then there's Eagle from the ''Franklin and the Green Knight'' film, who is massive and able to carry Franklin and Snail for a ride on her back.
25th Sep '16 11:16:08 PM JMQwilleran
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* BabyTalk: Earlier episodes and specials have Harriet talk like that, however she does grow out of it when the spinoff ''Franklin and Friends'' rolls around.

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* BabyTalk: Earlier episodes and specials have Harriet talk like that, however she does grow out of it when the spinoff ''Franklin and Friends'' rolls around. Beaver also speaks in baby talk to both her pet hamster Henry (or "Chubby Cheeks, yes, he is a widdle Chubby Cheeks...") on ''Franklin'' and to the gecko Gordon on ''Franklin and Friends''.
11th Aug '16 7:49:55 PM JMQwilleran
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* BrutalHonesty: The subject of "Franklin's Homemade Cookies" - Franklin is unflinchingly critically honest of Bear's craft project that he gives to him and then has to deal with the same thing when it turns out his cookies have way too much ginger in them.
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