History Literature / TheHardyBoys

22nd Aug '17 8:07:59 AM GrammarNavi
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* ''The Hardy Boys'', produced by {{Nelvana}} in the TheNineties (one of their rare live-action projects), starring Colin Grey and Paul Popowich.

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* ''The Hardy Boys'', produced by {{Nelvana}} Creator/{{Nelvana}} in the TheNineties (one of their rare live-action projects), starring Colin Grey and Paul Popowich.
16th Aug '17 8:14:26 AM FarSider
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* NotMeThisTime: A heroic variant: The Hardys once got pulled over because of an anonymous tip for the cops. A quick search of their van revealed counterfeit ATM cards (related to their father's recently solved[[note]]outside of getting the ringleader captured[[/note]] case). The police, knowing the boys wouldn't get themselves involved in the crime, instead questioned to what extent did they help their father in solving it. Frank and Joe make it clear that they NEVER even helped Fenton at all.
16th Jul '17 5:08:00 PM TheBigBopper
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A LongRunningBookSeries for kids and teens started by the legendary Creator/StratemeyerSyndicate in 1927 under the [[PenName pseudonym]] Franklin W. Dixon. They follow the adventures of Frank and Joe Hardy, a [[SiblingTeam pair of brother detectives]]. Frank is the logical, calm one, and Joe is the more impulsive, instinctual one. The series (alongside their DistaffCounterpart and frequent {{crossover}} partner Literature/NancyDrew) invented or popularized most of the KidDetective tropes.

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A LongRunningBookSeries for kids and teens started teens, created by the legendary Creator/StratemeyerSyndicate in 1927 under the [[PenName pseudonym]] Franklin W. Dixon. They follow the adventures of Frank and Joe Hardy, a [[SiblingTeam pair of brother detectives]]. Frank is the logical, calm one, and Joe is the more impulsive, instinctual one. The series (alongside their DistaffCounterpart and frequent {{crossover}} partner Literature/NancyDrew) invented or popularized most of the KidDetective tropes.
16th Jul '17 5:07:35 PM TheBigBopper
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A LongRunningBookSeries, beginning in 1927, for kids and teens created by the legendary Creator/StratemeyerSyndicate under the [[PenName pseudonym]] Franklin W. Dixon. They follow the adventures of Frank and Joe Hardy, a [[SiblingTeam pair of brother detectives]]. Frank is the logical, calm one, and Joe is the more impulsive, instinctual one. The series (alongside their DistaffCounterpart and frequent {{crossover}} partner Literature/NancyDrew) invented or popularized most of the KidDetective tropes.

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A LongRunningBookSeries, beginning in 1927, LongRunningBookSeries for kids and teens created started by the legendary Creator/StratemeyerSyndicate in 1927 under the [[PenName pseudonym]] Franklin W. Dixon. They follow the adventures of Frank and Joe Hardy, a [[SiblingTeam pair of brother detectives]]. Frank is the logical, calm one, and Joe is the more impulsive, instinctual one. The series (alongside their DistaffCounterpart and frequent {{crossover}} partner Literature/NancyDrew) invented or popularized most of the KidDetective tropes.
17th Jun '17 9:40:17 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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A LongRunningBookSeries, beginning in 1927, for kids and teens created by the legendary Creator/StratemeyerSyndicate under the [[PenName pseudonym]] Franklin W. Dixon. They follow the adventures of Frank and Joe Hardy, a [[SiblingTeam pair of brother detectives]]. Frank is the logical, calm one, and Joe is the more impulsive, instinctual one. The series (alongside their DistaffCounterpart and frequent Crossover partner Literature/NancyDrew) invented or popularized most of the KidDetective tropes.

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A LongRunningBookSeries, beginning in 1927, for kids and teens created by the legendary Creator/StratemeyerSyndicate under the [[PenName pseudonym]] Franklin W. Dixon. They follow the adventures of Frank and Joe Hardy, a [[SiblingTeam pair of brother detectives]]. Frank is the logical, calm one, and Joe is the more impulsive, instinctual one. The series (alongside their DistaffCounterpart and frequent Crossover {{crossover}} partner Literature/NancyDrew) invented or popularized most of the KidDetective tropes.
24th May '17 12:50:08 PM Xtifr
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* In the "Undercover Brothers" novel ''Blown Away'', the person behind the attempted bombing of the Billington Resort is a member of the terrorist group Ecology First, which resorts to extreme methods in order to preserve the environment.
11th Mar '17 3:34:38 PM nombretomado
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* AlternateContinuity: there's several different continuities, as the publishers try to keep the series relevant to modern kids. There's the "Blue Spines", which is the blue hardcover books & digests (and that's broken down to the Original Texts and the rewrites of the '70s), the Casefiles, Undercover Brothers, the Clues Brothers, the new Adventures series, and the second "Case files" series which has little to do with the first. The various TV incarnations (HardyBoysNancyDrewMysteries of TheSeventies (the best known), TheMickeyMouseClub serials of the 50s, and ''The Hardy Boys'' of the '90s) are also considered separate continuities, with varying degrees of faithfulness to the printed tales.

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* AlternateContinuity: there's several different continuities, as the publishers try to keep the series relevant to modern kids. There's the "Blue Spines", which is the blue hardcover books & digests (and that's broken down to the Original Texts and the rewrites of the '70s), the Casefiles, Undercover Brothers, the Clues Brothers, the new Adventures series, and the second "Case files" series which has little to do with the first. The various TV incarnations (HardyBoysNancyDrewMysteries of TheSeventies (the best known), TheMickeyMouseClub Series/TheMickeyMouseClub serials of the 50s, and ''The Hardy Boys'' of the '90s) are also considered separate continuities, with varying degrees of faithfulness to the printed tales.
11th Mar '17 3:28:22 PM nombretomado
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* [[MickeyMouseClub The Mystery of The Applegate Treasure & The Mystery of the Ghost Farm]], two serials running on the original ''MickeyMouseClub'' in 1956 & 1957.

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* [[MickeyMouseClub [[Series/TheMickeyMouseClub The Mystery of The Applegate Treasure & The Mystery of the Ghost Farm]], two serials running on the original ''MickeyMouseClub'' ''[[Series/TheMickeyMouseClub Mickey Mouse Club]]'' in 1956 & 1957.
10th Feb '17 12:21:06 AM ExSlacker
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* ChewOutFakeOut: At the end of the Casefiles book "Blown Away", Frank and Joe uncovered an international conspiracy, saves two African countries (Bhotai and Katara), and cleared the name (albeit AcquittedTooLate) of their friend's boss (and mentor) from smuggling charges. The president of Katara then sternly asks if they were also responsible for blowing up his country's new weapon that cost his treasury millions of dollars. Frank contemplates that he and Joe might be used as scapegoats, but when they bravely admit their guilt, the Kataran president is instead actually grateful to them.
30th Dec '16 7:45:07 PM themisterfree
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* TheHardyBoysCasefiles, produced by {{Nelvana}} in the TheNineties, starring Colin Grey and Paul Popowich.

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* TheHardyBoysCasefiles, ''The Hardy Boys'', produced by {{Nelvana}} in the TheNineties, TheNineties (one of their rare live-action projects), starring Colin Grey and Paul Popowich.



* AlternateContinuity: there's several different continuities, as the publishers try to keep the series relevant to modern kids. There's the "Blue Spines", which is the blue hardcover books & digests (and that's broken down to the Original Texts and the rewrites of the '70s), the Casefiles, Undercover Brothers, the Clues Brothers, the new Adventures series, and the second "Case files" series which has little to do with the first. The various TV incarnations (HardyBoysNancyDrewMysteries of TheSeventies (the best known), TheMickeyMouseClub serials of the 50s, and The Hardy Boys Casefiles of the '90s) are also considered seperate continuities, with varying degrees of faithfulness to the printed tales.

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* AlternateContinuity: there's several different continuities, as the publishers try to keep the series relevant to modern kids. There's the "Blue Spines", which is the blue hardcover books & digests (and that's broken down to the Original Texts and the rewrites of the '70s), the Casefiles, Undercover Brothers, the Clues Brothers, the new Adventures series, and the second "Case files" series which has little to do with the first. The various TV incarnations (HardyBoysNancyDrewMysteries of TheSeventies (the best known), TheMickeyMouseClub serials of the 50s, and The ''The Hardy Boys Casefiles Boys'' of the '90s) are also considered seperate separate continuities, with varying degrees of faithfulness to the printed tales.
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