History Literature / OneFlewOverTheCuckoosNest

5th Mar '17 12:47:29 AM Jaro7788
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* TheVoiceless: Despite an impressive amount of screentime, Nurse Pilbow utters maybe just a couple of syllables throughout the entire movie and her entire purpose is to perform Nurse Ratched's orders. Also, the camera tends to zoom onto her face whenever the patients start displaying extraordinary behavior.
26th Feb '17 6:33:51 PM thatother1dude
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* FirstPersonPeripheralNarrator: Chief Bromden acts as the narrator for the book.



* SupportingProtagonist: Bromden.

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* SupportingProtagonist: Bromden.Bromden in the novel is the narrator, but [=McMurphy=] is the protagonist. In the film [=McMurphy=] is the viewpoint character as well.
10th Feb '17 8:43:38 PM Mdumas43073
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* AscendedExtra: In the book, Taber was a past patient mentioned a few times by Chief. In the film adaptation, he is a main character on the ward while Mcmurphy is there.

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* AscendedExtra: In the book, Taber was a past patient mentioned a few times by Chief. In the film adaptation, he is a main character on the ward while Mcmurphy [=McMurphy=] is there.
10th Feb '17 8:36:40 PM Mdumas43073
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* {{Mondegreen}}: In the movie adaption, after [=McMurphy=] attempts (and fails) to lift the hydrotherapy console in the tub room, he tells the others, "I tried, didn't I? Goddammit." Some audience members heard this as, "I tried and I died. Dammit.", as some metaphorical way of expressing himself.

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* {{Mondegreen}}: In the movie adaption, movie, after [=McMurphy=] attempts (and fails) to lift the hydrotherapy console in the tub room, he tells the others, "I tried, didn't I? Goddammit." Some audience members heard this as, "I tried and I died. Dammit.", as some metaphorical way of expressing himself.
10th Feb '17 8:35:51 PM Mdumas43073
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* MyBelovedSmother: Billy Bibbit is terrified of his mother, though we don't know why as we don't even hear from her or see her.
* {{Mondegreen}}: In the movie adaption, after [=McMurphy=] attempts (and fails) to lift the hydrotherapy console in the tub room, he tells the others, "I tried, didn't I? Goddammit." some audience members heard it as "I tried and I died. Dammit.", as some metaphorical way of expressing himself.

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* MyBelovedSmother: Billy Bibbit is terrified of his mother, though we don't know why as we don't even hear from her or see her.
* {{Mondegreen}}: In the movie adaption, after [=McMurphy=] attempts (and fails) to lift the hydrotherapy console in the tub room, he tells the others, "I tried, didn't I? Goddammit." some Some audience members heard it as this as, "I tried and I died. Dammit.", as some metaphorical way of expressing himself.himself.
* MyBelovedSmother: Billy Bibbit is terrified of his mother, though we never learn why as we don't even hear from her or see her.
10th Feb '17 8:34:28 PM Mdumas43073
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* {{Mondegreen}}: In the movie adaption, after [=McMurphy=] attempts (and fails) to lift the control panel in the tub room, he tells the others, "I tried, didn't I? Goddammit." some audience members heard it as "I tried and I died. Dammit.", as some metaphorical way of expressing himself.

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* {{Mondegreen}}: In the movie adaption, after [=McMurphy=] attempts (and fails) to lift the control panel hydrotherapy console in the tub room, he tells the others, "I tried, didn't I? Goddammit." some audience members heard it as "I tried and I died. Dammit.", as some metaphorical way of expressing himself.
10th Feb '17 8:32:46 PM Mdumas43073
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* {{Mondegreen}} In the movie adaption when [=McMurphy=] says "I tried, didn't I? Goddammit." some audience members heard it as "I tried and I died. Dammit.", as some metaphorical way of expressing himself.

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* {{Mondegreen}} {{Mondegreen}}: In the movie adaption when adaption, after [=McMurphy=] says attempts (and fails) to lift the control panel in the tub room, he tells the others, "I tried, didn't I? Goddammit." some audience members heard it as "I tried and I died. Dammit.", as some metaphorical way of expressing himself.
23rd Jan '17 8:38:20 AM MacedonianKing
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* ObfuscatingDisability / ObfuscatingStupidity: [[spoiler:Chief Bromden]]. To clarify, he IS insane, just not to the extent that people think he is.

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* ObfuscatingDisability / ObfuscatingStupidity: [[spoiler:Chief Bromden]]. To clarify, [[spoiler: he IS insane, just not to the extent that people think he is.a deaf mute.]]
23rd Jan '17 8:32:10 AM MacedonianKing
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* ObfuscatingDisability / ObfuscatingStupidity: [[spoiler:Chief Bromden]].

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* ObfuscatingDisability / ObfuscatingStupidity: [[spoiler:Chief Bromden]]. To clarify, he IS insane, just not to the extent that people think he is.
1st Jan '17 3:20:04 PM rtan
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* BewareTheQuietOnes: The aides take some lumps because they underestimate quiet patients. The first is Pete Bancini, an aging patient with the mental capacity of a toddler, who has a brief moment of lucidity that results in



* UnreliableNarrator: Bromden is schizophrenic, and often hallucinates {{Literal Metaphor}}s and ties things into an overarching MindControlConspiracy.

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* UnreliableNarrator: Bromden is schizophrenic, and often hallucinates {{Literal Metaphor}}s and ties things into an overarching MindControlConspiracy. He even implies, in the very first part of the book, that ''none of the events in the novel actually happened.''
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