History Literature / PippiLongstocking

30th May '16 6:36:06 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* SeinfeldianConversation: Despite certain {{Seinfeld}} characters having no idea who she is and think she's got something to do with Hitler, she actually provided examples of this trope long before any of them were ever on TV.

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* SeinfeldianConversation: Despite certain {{Seinfeld}} Series/{{Seinfeld}} characters having no idea who she is and think she's got something to do with Hitler, she actually provided examples of this trope long before any of them were ever on TV.
13th Apr '16 3:04:42 AM Baeraad555
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** Ephraim has SuperStrength of his own, but is still only as strong (and perhaps even a little bit weaker) than Pippi despite being physically larger than her.
13th Apr '16 2:59:33 AM Baeraad555
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* AlwaysABiggerFish: Subverted. Pippi has inherited her SuperStrength from her father, so you'd expect him to be the only one stronger than her... but no, she's actually (somewhat) stronger than even ''him.''
10th Mar '16 8:43:57 PM nombretomado
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* AnimatedAdaptation: The only studio to attempt it so far is {{Nelvana}}, the same studio that produced {{Care Bears}}. It started in 1997 as a movie musical, then spun off into a 26 episode TV series.

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* AnimatedAdaptation: The only studio to attempt it so far is {{Nelvana}}, the same studio that produced {{Care Bears}}.WesternAnimation/{{Care Bears|1980s}}. It started in 1997 as a movie musical, then spun off into a 26 episode TV series.
12th Feb '16 7:06:34 AM henry42
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* CanonImmigrant: Mrs. Prysselius doesn't appear in the original books, but after her introduction in the 1969 Swedish TV series has been in every later adaptation. She is pretty much an [[CompositeCharacter amalgamation of all the concerned women from the books who disapproved of Pippi living alone,]] given a name and a much larger role.

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* CanonImmigrant: CanonForeigner: Mrs. Prysselius doesn't appear in the original books, but after her introduction in the 1969 Swedish TV series has been in every later adaptation. She is pretty much an [[CompositeCharacter amalgamation of all the concerned women from the books who disapproved of Pippi living alone,]] alone]], given a name and a much larger role.
9th Jan '16 3:11:09 PM StFan
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* ExtremeOmnivore: Pippi once, on a whim, drank a cocktail of "meduseen (sic)" from the local pharmacy, including several bottles marked "For External Use Only". She seemed to be just fine in the next chapter.
** And don't forget her literal nail soup (a swedish expression similar to StoneSoup).

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* ExtremeOmnivore: Pippi once, on a whim, drank a cocktail of "meduseen (sic)" from the local pharmacy, including several bottles marked "For External Use Only". She seemed to be just fine in the next chapter.
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chapter. And don't forget her literal nail soup (a swedish expression similar to StoneSoup).
2nd Jan '16 8:01:34 AM erracht
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* AluminumChristmasTrees: Swedish policemen were indeed armed with swords at the time the book was published. Until the 1960s, in fact.
15th Dec '15 12:03:52 PM morane
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* ComesGreatResponsibility: Pippi on her superhuman strength: ''If you are terribly strong you must be terribly nice''.



* JerkWithHeartOfGold: Kling and Klang. After all, they are only doing their duty.

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* JerkWithHeartOfGold: JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Kling and Klang. After all, they are only doing their duty.



* UnfortunateNames: In many languages, Pippi is a childish way to say piss, which is why her name is changed to Fifi in the French adaptation, Peppi in Russia, Bilbi in Israel, etc.
* WithGreatResponsibility: Pippi on her superhuman strength: ''If you are terribly strong you must be terribly nice''.

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* UnfortunateNames: In many languages, Pippi is a childish way to say piss, which is why her name is changed to Fifi in the French adaptation, Peppi in Russia, Russia and Finland, Bilbi in Israel, etc.
* WithGreatResponsibility: Pippi on her superhuman strength: ''If you are terribly strong you must be terribly nice''.
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15th Dec '15 12:00:48 PM morane
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* TheCloudcuckoolanderWasRight: Pippi about his father.


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* DisappearedDad: Ephraim Longstocking, who was blown overboard in a storm. [[spoiler:He managed to swim ashore and was rescued by friendly natives. His character is based on historical ship's master Carl Petersson]].


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* JerkWithHeartOfGold: Kling and Klang. After all, they are only doing their duty.


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* WithGreatResponsibility: Pippi on her superhuman strength: ''If you are terribly strong you must be terribly nice''.
14th Aug '15 8:39:24 PM JMQwilleran
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* DoItYourselfThemeTune: The opening theme of the 1997 animated series, "What Shall I Do Today?", is performed by Pippi.
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