History Literature / HortonHearsAWho

16th Aug '16 3:37:40 AM Morgenthaler
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[[IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused]] with "Horton Hears The Who", which is a) a TheWho bootleg and b) an IncrediblyLamePun so obvious it has been made several times independently.

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[[IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused]] with "Horton Hears The Who", which is a) a TheWho Music/TheWho bootleg and b) an IncrediblyLamePun so obvious it has been made several times independently.
24th Jul '16 2:04:31 AM shokoshu
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[[IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused]] with "Horton Hears The Who", which is a) a TheWho bootleg and b) an IncrediblyLamePun so obvious it has been made several times independently.
1st Jul '16 4:49:07 PM taddavis
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* {{Narrator}}

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* {{Narrator}}{{Narrator}}: Charles Osgood in the movie.
15th May '16 10:08:11 AM akaun6899
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* JumpScare: Vlad's introduction.
17th Feb '16 4:56:55 PM trulymadmoves
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* AdaptationNameChange: Vlad Vladikoff's name is changed to Whizzer [=McWhoff=], for no apparent reason. Variations on the trope include the Sour Kangaroo becoming Jane Kangaroo and the Mayor of Whoville becoming Dr. Whovey, which would be NamedByTheAdaptation if not for the fact that most of the narration stays exactly the same apart from the names.
10th Jan '16 9:38:42 PM Mdumas43073
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'''''Horton Hears a Who!''''' is a 1954 children's book by Creator/DrSeuss, adapted into a 1970 {{animated s|hows}}pecial by MGM Animation/Visual Arts (the studio responsible for the classic animated adaptation of ''WesternAnimation/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas'') and a 2008 animated film from Creator/BlueSkyStudios (the creators of ''WesternAnimation/IceAge''). The book's plot also makes up a sizable part of the plot of the stage musical ''Theatre/{{Seussical}}''. It was dedicated to a Japanese friend, Mitsugi Nakamura. In fact, Seuss intended for the story to be a metaphor for the American occupation of Japan after UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.

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'''''Horton Hears a Who!''''' is a A 1954 children's book by Creator/DrSeuss, adapted into a 1970 {{animated s|hows}}pecial by MGM Animation/Visual Arts (the studio responsible for the classic animated adaptation of ''WesternAnimation/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas'') and a 2008 animated film from Creator/BlueSkyStudios (the creators of ''WesternAnimation/IceAge''). The book's plot also makes up a sizable part of the plot of the stage musical ''Theatre/{{Seussical}}''. It was dedicated to a Japanese friend, Mitsugi Nakamura. In fact, Seuss intended for the story to be a metaphor for the American occupation of Japan after UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.
10th Jan '16 9:38:24 PM Mdumas43073
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->"A person's a person, no matter how small."

''Horton Hears a Who!'' is a 1954 children's book by Creator/DrSeuss, adapted into a 1970 {{animated s|hows}}pecial by MGM Animation/Visual Arts (the studio responsible for the classic animated adaptation of ''WesternAnimation/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas'') and a 2008 animated film from Creator/BlueSkyStudios (the creators of ''WesternAnimation/IceAge''). The book's plot also makes up a sizable part of the plot of the stage musical ''Theatre/{{Seussical}}''. It was dedicated to a Japanese friend, Mitsugi Nakamura. In fact, Seuss intended for the story to be a metaphor for the American occupation of Japan after UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.

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->"A ->''"A person's a person, no matter how small."

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'''''Horton
Hears a Who!'' Who!''''' is a 1954 children's book by Creator/DrSeuss, adapted into a 1970 {{animated s|hows}}pecial by MGM Animation/Visual Arts (the studio responsible for the classic animated adaptation of ''WesternAnimation/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas'') and a 2008 animated film from Creator/BlueSkyStudios (the creators of ''WesternAnimation/IceAge''). The book's plot also makes up a sizable part of the plot of the stage musical ''Theatre/{{Seussical}}''. It was dedicated to a Japanese friend, Mitsugi Nakamura. In fact, Seuss intended for the story to be a metaphor for the American occupation of Japan after UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.
20th Dec '15 1:14:57 PM TrendingToon1
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* SuddenlyVoiced: Jojo shouts "YOPP!", and finally speaking for the first time.
5th Oct '15 3:52:55 AM DaibhidC
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* CanonForiegner: Morton, Katie and the other Vlad. Also, most of the named Whos.

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* CanonForiegner: CanonForeigner: Morton, Katie and the other Vlad. Also, most of the named Whos.
5th Oct '15 3:52:22 AM DaibhidC
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* HereWeGoAgain: The ending to the animated special.
* HypocriticalHumor: "He has the nerve to call me a boob? I would never call somebody a boob. ''HE'S'' a boob!"



* HereWeGoAgain: The ending to the animated special.



* HypocriticalHumor: Besides the "Boob" comment above, Sour Kangaroo's claiming for [[ThinkOfTheChildren the children's safety]], then suddenly punting Katie out of the jungle.

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* HypocriticalHumor: Besides HypocriticalHumor:
** "He has
the "Boob" comment above, nerve to call me a boob? I would never call somebody a boob. ''HE'S'' a boob!"
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Sour Kangaroo's claiming for [[ThinkOfTheChildren the children's safety]], then suddenly punting Katie out of the jungle.
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