History Literature / Franklin

19th Apr '18 8:12:14 PM JMQwilleran
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* DomesticApplianceDisaster: In "Franklin in Charge," Franklin tries to help his mother do the laundry. It doesn't go well, to say the least, and he ends up filling the basement with bubbles and on the ground stuck on his back/shell. He learns AnAesop about not having to take everything on his own shoulders and asking for help when necessary.
11th Mar '18 5:49:09 PM Malady
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* BindleStick: The cover artwork of Kaboom! ''Back to School'' compilation DVD (which also features installments of ''WesternAnimation/GeorgeShrinks'', ''WesternAnimation/ElliotMoose'', ''[[WesternAnimation/TimothyGoesToSchool Timothy Goes to School]]'' and ''PippiLongstocking'') has an image of Franklin holding one of these in one hand and a book in the other. Additionally, the ''Franklin'' TV storybook AdaptationDistillation of "Franklin Runs Away" has Franklin carrying a bindle stick loaded with cookies in one hand and his stuffed dog Sam in the other.

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* BindleStick: The cover artwork of Kaboom! ''Back to School'' compilation DVD (which also features installments of ''WesternAnimation/GeorgeShrinks'', ''WesternAnimation/ElliotMoose'', ''[[WesternAnimation/TimothyGoesToSchool Timothy Goes to School]]'' and ''PippiLongstocking'') ''WesternAnimation/PippiLongstocking'') has an image of Franklin holding one of these in one hand and a book in the other. Additionally, the ''Franklin'' TV storybook AdaptationDistillation of "Franklin Runs Away" has Franklin carrying a bindle stick loaded with cookies in one hand and his stuffed dog Sam in the other.
9th Mar '18 9:37:52 PM JMQwilleran
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* BuffySpeak: In "Super Cluepers' Case of the Missing School Bell," the Super Cluepers discover that the part of the bell that actually causes it to ring is missing. However, even after being told by Owl that this is called the "clapper," it ends up being referred to several times as the "ringy thingy."

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* BuffySpeak: In "Super Cluepers' Case of the Missing School Bell," the Super Cluepers discover that the part of the bell that actually causes it to ring is missing. However, even after being told by Mr. Owl that this is called the "clapper," it ends up being referred to several times as the "ringy thingy."
4th Feb '18 9:16:25 AM nombretomado
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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.

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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}} Creator/NickJr 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.
6th Jan '18 11:15:45 PM JMQwilleran
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* ProtagonistTitle: Only the original TV adaptation was simply named ''Franklin'' where the books became the TV episodes and the book titles were the episode titles. {{Averted}} with the movies and the CGI series ''Franklin and Friends''.

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* ProtagonistTitle: Only the original TV adaptation was simply named ''Franklin'' where the books became the TV episodes and the book titles were the episode titles. {{Averted}} with the movies and the CGI series ''Franklin and Friends''.Friends'', though that one is ProtagonistAndFriends.
3rd Jan '18 6:15:04 PM JMQwilleran
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* "Franklin and Snail's Dream" opens with Franklin and Snail doing this. Snail sees a cloud that looks like a bird and then seeing a real bird flying inspires him to share his dream with Franklin, that he wants to fly.

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* ** "Franklin and Snail's Dream" opens with Franklin and Snail doing this. Snail sees a cloud that looks like a bird and then seeing a real bird flying inspires him to share his dream with Franklin, that he wants to fly.
3rd Jan '18 6:14:35 PM JMQwilleran
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* ThatCloudLooksLike: In "Franklin's Cellar," when Franklin realizes that his imagination allows him to see shapes in clouds, he realizes that it can also help him to conquer imaginary monsters in the cellar. Some of Franklin's friends also do this in "Franklin's All Ears" on ''Franklin and Friends''.

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* ThatCloudLooksLike: ThatCloudLooksLike:
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In "Franklin's Cellar," when Franklin realizes that his imagination allows him to see shapes in clouds, he realizes that it can also help him to conquer imaginary monsters in the cellar. cellar.
* "Franklin and Snail's Dream" opens with Franklin and Snail doing this. Snail sees a cloud that looks like a bird and then seeing a real bird flying inspires him to share his dream with Franklin, that he wants to fly.
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Some of Franklin's friends also do this in "Franklin's All Ears" on ''Franklin and Friends''.
27th Dec '17 10:49:54 AM JMQwilleran
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* DeathGlare: In "Franklin and Beaver's Show-and-Tell" from ''Franklin and Friends'', Beaver has a magnificent one for Franklin after he asks why she didn't tell him a bee was chasing her, even though she had been trying unsuccessfully to communicate this through charades because she lost her voice.
-->'''Franklin''': Oh, a bee was chasing you?! ... Why didn't you say so?
-->'''Beaver''': ''gives DeathGlare''
-->'''Franklin''': That was just a joke.
19th Dec '17 10:14:14 PM JMQwilleran
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* OneTwoSkipAFew: In "The Dinosaur Song" from the stage show ''Franklin's Class Trip'', the Dinosaur tells Franklin that he is 100 million years old.
-->'''Snail''': One hundred million? Is that a very big number, Franklin?
-->'''Franklin''': I'm not sure. Let me see... ''one, two, three, four, five, six, seven... one hundred million''! Yep, it's big.
16th Dec '17 8:41:14 PM JMQwilleran
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-->'''Franklin'''': I wouldn't miss it for anything. (flipping scene changer to Franklin at home) But, Mom, I can't go to Granny's tomorrow!

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-->'''Franklin'''': -->'''Franklin''': I wouldn't miss it for anything. (flipping scene changer to Franklin at home) But, Mom, I can't go to Granny's tomorrow!
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