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15th Aug '16 4:47:09 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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--> '''Huey:''' You can't lock Unca' Donald in your old zoo!\\

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--> ---> '''Huey:''' You can't lock Unca' Donald in your old zoo!\\
25th Jun '16 1:48:53 AM Morgenthaler
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*** Both Creator/DonRosa and Carl Barks famously claimed that Donald is rather a man that happens to look like duck.

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*** ** Both Creator/DonRosa and Carl Barks famously claimed that Donald is rather a man that happens to look like a duck.
25th Jun '16 1:47:53 AM Morgenthaler
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* Played with in the SpecialEdition of ''Franchise/StarWars'': "Jabba, you're a wonderful human being." When the scene was originally shot, Jabba ''was'' a human being. Lucas decided not to use the scene until the SpecialEdition where he could replace the human actor with a CGI Jabba. It wound up being somewhat serendipitous since the line comes off as slightly sarcastic and quite fitting for Han Solo's character.

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* Played with In ''WesternAnimation/MickeysChristmasCarol'', Scrooge [=McDuck=], who's playing Ebenezer Scrooge from ''Literature/AChristmasCarol'' is referred to as an "Englishman", despite being a ''duck'', let alone a Scottish one.
--> '''Willie The Giant (as The Ghost of Christmas Present):''' Fe! Fi! Fo! Fum!\\
I smell. I mean, I smell.\\
A stingy little Englishman!\\
I think I do.
* Creator/RalphBakshi's reasoning for why the anthropomorphic characters in ''WesternAnimation/FritzTheCat'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Coonskin}}'' never act like animals is that it would ruin what he was trying to create, which was a more realistic and mature form of animation. This is specifically the reason why a scene in ''Fritz the Cat'' where Duke the Crow saves Fritz was changed from [[ComicBook/FritzTheCat R. Crumb's comic]]; Crumb had Duke flying Fritz away from a car crash, whereas he grabs a railing
in the SpecialEdition of ''Franchise/StarWars'': "Jabba, you're a wonderful human being." When the scene was originally shot, Jabba ''was'' a human being. Lucas decided not to use the scene until the SpecialEdition where film. Bakshi admits that he could replace the human actor wasn't entirely satisfied with a CGI Jabba. It wound up being somewhat serendipitous since the line comes off as slightly sarcastic and quite fitting for Han Solo's character.solution, but it kept him from using any "animal" behavior to further the plot.



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* Played with in the SpecialEdition of ''Franchise/StarWars'': "Jabba, you're a wonderful human being." When the scene was originally shot, Jabba ''was'' a human being. Lucas decided not to use the scene until the SpecialEdition where he could replace the human actor with a CGI Jabba. It wound up being somewhat serendipitous since the line comes off as slightly sarcastic and quite fitting for Han Solo's character.
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** In ''MickeysChristmasCarol'', Scrooge [=McDuck=], who's playing Ebenezer Scrooge from ''Literature/AChristmasCarol'' is referred to as an "Englishman", despite being a ''duck'', let alone a Scottish one.
--> '''Willie The Giant (as The Ghost of Christmas Present):''' Fe! Fi! Fo! Fum!\\
I smell. I mean, I smell.\\
A stingy little Englishman!\\
I think I do.
* Creator/RalphBakshi's reasoning for why the anthropomorphic characters in ''WesternAnimation/FritzTheCat'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Coonskin}}'' never act like animals is that it would ruin what he was trying to create, which was a more realistic and mature form of animation. This is specifically the reason why a scene in ''Fritz the Cat'' where Duke the Crow saves Fritz was changed from [[ComicBook/FritzTheCat R. Crumb's comic]]; Crumb had Duke flying Fritz away from a car crash, whereas he grabs a railing in the film. Bakshi admits that he wasn't entirely satisfied with the solution, but it kept him from using any "animal" behavior to further the plot.
25th Jun '16 1:47:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse'':
** In the Creator/CarlBarks comic "[[http://disneycomics.free.fr/Ducks/Barks/show.php?s=date&loc=1950/W_OS_263-03 The Trail of the Unicorn]]", Scrooge [=McDuck=] sends for Donald to help capture the one animal he is missing from his zoo, but the nephews take this the wrong way and interrupt his exposition with the following protest:
--> '''Huey:''' You can't lock Unca' Donald in your old zoo!\\
'''Dewey and Louie:''' And, besides, he isn't an animal!
*** Both Creator/DonRosa and Carl Barks famously claimed that Donald is rather a man that happens to look like duck.



** In the Creator/CarlBarks comic "[[http://disneycomics.free.fr/Ducks/Barks/show.php?s=date&loc=1950/W_OS_263-03 The Trail of the Unicorn]]", Scrooge [=McDuck=] sends for Donald to help capture the one animal he is missing from his zoo, but the nephews take this the wrong way and interrupt his exposition with the following protest:
--> '''Huey:''' You can't lock Unca' Donald in your old zoo!\\
'''Dewey and Louie:''' And, besides, he isn't an animal!
*** Both Creator/DonRosa and Carl Barks famously claimed that Donald is rather a man that happens to look like duck.
25th Jun '16 1:45:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the DonaldDuck short "Early to Bed", he quips "Maybe I'm just a duck, but I'm human."

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* In the DonaldDuck WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck short "Early to Bed", he quips "Maybe I'm just a duck, but I'm human."



* In one ''TopCat'' episode, TC leaves one of his gang as collateral for a loan. The lender is perplexed: "A human collateral?" Then again, the only time in the entire series when the gang actually behave like cats is when they spend the winter at Dibble's, and they all jump into the only bed, crowding Dibble out and pushing him onto the floor: anyone with a cat knows what THAT's like.

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* In one ''TopCat'' ''WesternAnimation/TopCat'' episode, TC leaves one of his gang as collateral for a loan. The lender is perplexed: "A human collateral?" Then again, the only time in the entire series when the gang actually behave like cats is when they spend the winter at Dibble's, and they all jump into the only bed, crowding Dibble out and pushing him onto the floor: anyone with a cat knows what THAT's like.



* ''CountDuckula'' has the Count run afoul of a couple of Egyptian cultists, who believe that as soon as the god Ra has had his fill of HumanSacrifice, he will raise their pharaoh from the dead. Duckula lives in a world of anthropomorphic birds.

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* ''CountDuckula'' ''WesternAnimation/CountDuckula'' has the Count run afoul of a couple of Egyptian cultists, who believe that as soon as the god Ra has had his fill of HumanSacrifice, he will raise their pharaoh from the dead. Duckula lives in a world of anthropomorphic birds.
13th Jun '16 1:31:01 PM MarkLungo
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[[FridgeLogic Weird, ain't it?]] This may indicate that a FunnyAnimal is unaware that he is an animal. This may also apply to actions, such as a dog eating ice cream or chocolate without getting sick, or a [[IMWeasel weasel]] [[InterspeciesRomance having a romantic relationship with a human]] with no comment whatsoever. Most likely, it implies that the creator views the character's appearance as simply cosmetic; as far as the setting is concerned, they're just as human as you, no matter what they might look like. Ever wonder why WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse was never shown with cheese in the theatrical cartoons? Disney himself forbade it!

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[[FridgeLogic Weird, ain't it?]] This may indicate that a FunnyAnimal is unaware that he is an animal. This may also apply to actions, such as a dog eating ice cream or chocolate without getting sick, or a [[IMWeasel weasel]] [[InterspeciesRomance having a romantic relationship with a human]] with no comment whatsoever. Most likely, it implies that the creator views the character's appearance as simply cosmetic; as far as the setting is concerned, they're just as human as you, no matter what they might look like. Ever wonder why WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse was never shown with cheese in the theatrical cartoons? Disney Creator/WaltDisney himself forbade it!
13th Jun '16 1:21:50 PM BunnyStar
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[[FridgeLogic Weird, ain't it?]] This may indicate that a FunnyAnimal is unaware that he is an animal. This may also apply to actions, such as a dog eating ice cream or chocolate without getting sick, or a weasel [[InterspeciesRomance having a romantic relationship with a human]] with no comment whatsoever. Most likely, it implies that the creator views the character's appearance as simply cosmetic; as far as the setting is concerned, they're just as human as you, no matter what they might look like. Ever wonder why WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse was never shown with cheese in the theatrical cartoons? Disney himself forbade it!

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[[FridgeLogic Weird, ain't it?]] This may indicate that a FunnyAnimal is unaware that he is an animal. This may also apply to actions, such as a dog eating ice cream or chocolate without getting sick, or a weasel [[IMWeasel weasel]] [[InterspeciesRomance having a romantic relationship with a human]] with no comment whatsoever. Most likely, it implies that the creator views the character's appearance as simply cosmetic; as far as the setting is concerned, they're just as human as you, no matter what they might look like. Ever wonder why WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse was never shown with cheese in the theatrical cartoons? Disney himself forbade it!
6th Feb '16 4:18:45 PM DarkastKiller
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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' has several times talked about "getting some fresh air", despite being a water-breathing animal.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' has several times talked about "getting some fresh air", despite being a water-breathing animal. It's also lampshaded in an episode where Krabs offers him a glass of water, then goes to a water cooler turns the nozzle and nothing comes out, he then hands it to spongebob... who apparently drinks it...
13th Dec '15 8:43:21 PM SpukiKitty
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* The cast of {{Arthur}} (and the book series it's based on) are basically a bunch of average kids, their families and teachers....who just happen to be different anthropomorphic critters.

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* The cast of {{Arthur}} WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}} (and the book series it's based on) are basically a bunch of average kids, their families and teachers....who just happen to be different anthropomorphic critters.
13th Dec '15 8:40:49 PM SpukiKitty
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* The cast of {{Arthur}} (and the book series it's based on) are basically a bunch of average kids, their families and teachers....who just happen to be different anthropomorphic critters.
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