History Literature / Madeline

12th Jul '16 11:52:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[RedHeadedHero Red-Headed Heroine]]: Madeline.
29th Jun '16 10:05:59 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* SickEpisode: The first book has Madeline's {{Ruptured Appendix}}, while ''Madeline's Christmas'' has Madeline's friends and Miss Clavel all catch a cold.
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* SickEpisode: The first book has Madeline's {{Ruptured Appendix}}, RupturedAppendix, while ''Madeline's Christmas'' has Madeline's friends and Miss Clavel all catch a cold.
----* ThatsAllFolks: "That's all there is, there isn't any more." First made famous by American actress Ethel Barrymore, this phrase would always be the last line in every book in the franchise.
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''That's all there is, there isn't any more.''
22nd Jun '16 7:23:36 PM Pamina
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* MoralDissonance: Pepito is called out for his ''cruelty'' towards animals. But in the hospital, Madeline does almost nothing to comfort him. Instead, she spends the entire time telling him what an ass he is ''as he's reeling in pain from it and already knows.'' And then he becomes a vegetarian, [[{{Anvilicious}} just to make it more obvious]] how wrong it was for him to torture animals. And at the beginning of the book, before he even does a thing, the girls judge him at first sight as a "bad hat". Their cruelty to ''him'' is ''never'' called out. Miss Clavel's "I'm sure he's just misunderstood" is the closest to an objection raised. And even that is revealed to be misguided.

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* MoralDissonance: Pepito is called out for his ''cruelty'' cruelty towards animals. But in the hospital, animals, as he should be, but when he's bedridden after being attacked by dogs, Madeline does almost nothing to comfort him. Instead, she spends the entire time telling him what an ass he is ''as he's reeling in pain from it and already knows.'' And then he becomes a vegetarian, [[{{Anvilicious}} just to make it more obvious]] how wrong it was for him to torture animals. And at the beginning of the book, before he even does a thing, the girls judge him at first sight as a "bad hat". Their cruelty to ''him'' is ''never'' called out. Miss Clavel's "I'm sure he's just misunderstood" is the closest to an objection raised. And even that is revealed to be misguided.
22nd Jun '16 7:22:12 PM Pamina
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* FreudianExcuse: ''Madeline and the Bad Hat'' shows glimpses as to Pepito's behavior; since his parents are busy ambassadors, he vents out his frustrations on animals.

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* FreudianExcuse: ''Madeline and the Bad Hat'' shows glimpses as to Pepito's behavior; behavior, especially in the animated version and 1998 film; since his parents are busy ambassadors, he vents out his frustrations on animals.



* PintSizedKid: Madeline's short height is often a source of frustration for her, like the time she was rejected from a ballet production because her legs were too small, or that time Yvette told her, "Short girls don't model, ''ever!"''

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* PintSizedKid: Madeline's Madeline is the smallest of the twelve little girls. In the books this is rarely an issue, but in the animated series her short height is often a source of frustration for her, like the time she was rejected from a ballet production because her legs were too small, or that time Yvette told her, "Short girls don't model, ''ever!"''
22nd Jun '16 7:18:39 PM Pamina
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The rest of the books were written and published in TheFifties, including ''Madeline and the Bad Hat'', ''Madeline and the Gypsies'', ''Madeline in London'', ''Madeline's Christmas'' (although it wasn't published until the `80's), and Caldecot-winner ''Madeline's Rescue''. After the death of Bemelmans, his son, John Bemelmans wrote several others, including ''Madeline in America'', ''Madeline Says Merci'', ''Madeline and the Cats of Rome'', and ''Madeline at the White House''.

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The rest of the books were written and published in TheFifties, including ''Madeline and the Bad Hat'', ''Madeline and the Gypsies'', ''Madeline in London'', ''Madeline's Christmas'' (although it wasn't published until the `80's), and Caldecot-winner ''Madeline's Rescue''. After the death of Bemelmans, his son, grandson, John Bemelmans Marciano, wrote several others, including ''Madeline in America'', ''Madeline Says Merci'', ''Madeline and the Cats of Rome'', and ''Madeline at the White House''.



* BilingualBonus: Generous doses of it, considering that the girls are speaking untranslated French through half of everything. ''Lost in Paris'' springs to mind.

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* BilingualBonus: Generous doses of it, considering that the girls are speaking untranslated French through half of everything. The animated film ''Lost in Paris'' springs to mind.


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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness/LaterInstallmentWeirdness: The first book is a realistic {{Slice of Life}}. The subsequent books become increasingly more adventure-driven. ''Madeline's Christmas,'' the last book by Ludwig Bemelmans, goes so far as to introduce magic and fantasy elements, which the books by his grandson also feature. The animated series and 1998 film leave out the magic, but keep the later books' adventurous tone for the most part.
22nd Jun '16 6:59:30 PM Pamina
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* SickEpisode: The first book has Madeline's {{RupturedAppendix}}, while ''Madeline's Christmas'' has Madeline's friends and Miss Clavel all catch a cold.

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* SickEpisode: The first book has Madeline's {{RupturedAppendix}}, {{Ruptured Appendix}}, while ''Madeline's Christmas'' has Madeline's friends and Miss Clavel all catch a cold.
22nd Jun '16 6:59:00 PM Pamina
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* 1998 film: Aggie, Vicki, Chantal, Lucinda, Beatrice, Serena, Lolo, Elizabeth, Sylvette, Veronica, and Marie-Odile

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* ** 1998 film: Aggie, Vicki, Chantal, Lucinda, Beatrice, Serena, Lolo, Elizabeth, Sylvette, Veronica, and Marie-Odile



* ThePowerOfFriendship: "We love our bread. We love our butter. But most of all, we love each other."



* SickEpisode: ''Madeline's Christmas'' has Madeline's friends and Miss Clavel all catch a cold.

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* SickEpisode: The first book has Madeline's {{RupturedAppendix}}, while ''Madeline's Christmas'' has Madeline's friends and Miss Clavel all catch a cold.
22nd Jun '16 6:56:45 PM Pamina
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* BelligerentSexualTension: Madeline and Pepito have the "kindergartener who pushes you into the sandbox" variety, especially in "Madeline and the Bad Hat" though it still does occasionally occur afterwards.

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* BelligerentSexualTension: Madeline and Pepito have the "kindergartener who pushes you into the sandbox" variety, especially in "Madeline ''Madeline and the Bad Hat" Hat'' though it still does occasionally occur afterwards.



* BreakTheCutie: In "Madeline in London,"Pepito begins to waste away after being separated from Madeline. Luckily his parents rectify this by inviting the little girls to London for his birthday party.

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* BreakTheCutie: In "Madeline ''Madeline in London,"Pepito London,'' Pepito begins to waste away after being separated from Madeline. Luckily his parents rectify this by inviting the little girls to London for his birthday party.


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** Animated series: Chloe, Nicole, Danielle, Yvette, Nona, Lulu, Anne, Ellie, Monique, Janine, and Sylvie (or Simone)
*1998 film: Aggie, Vicki, Chantal, Lucinda, Beatrice, Serena, Lolo, Elizabeth, Sylvette, Veronica, and Marie-Odile
22nd Jun '16 6:51:01 PM Pamina
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* BelligerentSexualTension: Madeline and Pepito, especially in "Madeline and the Bad Hat" though it still does occasionally occur afterwards.

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* BelligerentSexualTension: Madeline and Pepito, Pepito have the "kindergartener who pushes you into the sandbox" variety, especially in "Madeline and the Bad Hat" though it still does occasionally occur afterwards.



* BreakTheCutie: Pepito begins to waste away after being separated from Madeline. Luckily his parents rectify this by inviting the little girls to London for his birthday party.

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* BreakTheCutie: Pepito In "Madeline in London,"Pepito begins to waste away after being separated from Madeline. Luckily his parents rectify this by inviting the little girls to London for his birthday party.



* MoralDissonance: Pepito is called out for his ''cruelty'' towards animals. But in the hospital, Madeline does almost nothing to comfort him. Instead, she spends the entire time telling him what an ass he is ''as he's reeling in pain from it and already knows.'' And then, the girls force him to become a vegetarian, [[{{Anvilicious}} just to make it more obvious]] they don't like him torturing animals. And before he even does a thing, the girls judge him at first sight. Their cruelty to ''him'' is ''never'' called out. Miss Clavel's "I'm sure he's just misunderstood" is the closest to an objection raised. And even that is revealed to be misguided.

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* MoralDissonance: Pepito is called out for his ''cruelty'' towards animals. But in the hospital, Madeline does almost nothing to comfort him. Instead, she spends the entire time telling him what an ass he is ''as he's reeling in pain from it and already knows.'' And then, the girls force him to become then he becomes a vegetarian, [[{{Anvilicious}} just to make it more obvious]] they don't like how wrong it was for him torturing to torture animals. And at the beginning of the book, before he even does a thing, the girls judge him at first sight.sight as a "bad hat". Their cruelty to ''him'' is ''never'' called out. Miss Clavel's "I'm sure he's just misunderstood" is the closest to an objection raised. And even that is revealed to be misguided.
18th Nov '15 8:54:12 AM dsneybuf
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* CircusEpisode: ''Madeline and the Gypsies'' involves Madeline and Pepito joining a travelling circus.



* RaceLift: Nona originally had light skin, but it was changed to be dark brown in season 2 of the DiC series. Anne and Janine also had their skintones darkened. This may have been done to add more diversity to the show.



* RunningGag: When Pepito accompanies the girls on a trip, the taxi always leaves him behind at first.
* RupturedAppendix: In the first book.

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* RunningGag: When Pepito accompanies the girls on a trip, the taxi always leaves him behind at first.
* RupturedAppendix: In This happens to Madeline in the first book.




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->''It's time to go, au revoir,\\
Though you may shout, "Encore!"\\
That's all there is,\\
There isn't any more!''

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\n----\n->''It's time to go, au revoir,\\\nThough you may shout, "Encore!"\\\nThat's * SickEpisode: ''Madeline's Christmas'' has Madeline's friends and Miss Clavel all there is,\\
There isn't any more!''
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