History Main / HalfDressedCartoonAnimal

2nd Jul '16 9:09:52 PM brb1006
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* Luna from Manga/HappyHappyClover is the only character who is seen wearing clothing. This is averted in the anime, where Clover & Friends are seen wearing red hoods during the winter which wasn't present in the original manga.

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* Luna from Manga/HappyHappyClover is the only character who is seen wearing clothing. This is averted clothing at least in the original manga. In the anime, where Clover & Friends are seen wearing red hoods during the winter which wasn't present in the original manga.
2nd Jul '16 9:08:00 PM brb1006
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* Luna from Manga/HappyHappyClover is the only character who is seen wearing clothing. This is averted in the anime, where Clover & Friends are seen wearing red hoods during the winter which wasn't present in the original manga.
22nd Jun '16 6:31:11 PM jccw227
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* Referenced in a classic sketch on ''Series/TheMuppetShow''.
-->'''Kermit:''' Good grief! The comedian's a bear!
-->'''Fozzie:''' No he's-a not. He's-a wearing a neck-a tie.
28th Apr '16 11:03:38 PM ultimomant
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* In ''Fanfic/HailToTheKing'', the unnamed protagonist is a human who wakes up in Equestria in King Sombra's body. He comments on how he has an awesome armor and cape, but no pants.
7th Feb '16 3:10:43 PM nombretomado
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Very importantly, this does ''not'' mean a character without an outfit is automatically regarded as "naked". Most animal characters from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation wore no clothes whatsoever, but acted denuded only when random comic violence rendered them featherless or furless, with their underlying bare skin (and occasional GoofyPrintUnderwear) revealed. Hence, feathers and fur have long been grandfathered in as an acceptable [[FurIsClothing animal analogue for clothing]]. Strangely, if a half-dressed character loses their shirt they will suddenly realize their crotch is exposed.

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Very importantly, this does ''not'' mean a character without an outfit is automatically regarded as "naked". Most animal characters from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation wore no clothes whatsoever, but acted denuded only when random comic violence rendered them featherless or furless, with their underlying bare skin (and occasional GoofyPrintUnderwear) revealed. Hence, feathers and fur have long been grandfathered in as an acceptable [[FurIsClothing animal analogue for clothing]]. Strangely, if a half-dressed character loses their shirt they will suddenly realize their crotch is exposed.
16th Dec '15 4:49:28 PM eroock
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7th Dec '15 6:38:55 PM ryanasaurus0077
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** Back when ''Star Wars: Film/ANewHope'' was in production, there were executives worried about Chewbacca not wearing pants. This was rather hilariously lampshaded in the third ''Robot Chicken Star Wars Special'' when Han Solo met Chewbacca's family for the first time, and they were all fully clothed. "You mean you've been naked all this time?!"

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** Back when ''Star Wars: Film/ANewHope'' was in production, there were executives worried about Chewbacca not wearing pants. This [[note]]This was rather hilariously lampshaded in the third ''Robot Chicken Star Wars Special'' when Han Solo met Chewbacca's family for the first time, and they were all fully clothed. "You mean you've been naked all this time?!"time?!"[[/note]]



* The Annoying Thing/Crazy Frog is often depicted with only a leather jacket, helmet, and goggles. This is a bit of a subversion in that unlike almost all others the Crazy Frog has visible naughty bits. Eventually the Crazy Frog commercials had a black censor bar.

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* The Annoying Thing/Crazy Frog is often depicted with only a leather jacket, helmet, and goggles. This is a bit of a subversion in that unlike almost all others the Crazy Frog has visible naughty bits. Eventually [[note]]Eventually, though, the Crazy Frog commercials had a black censor bar.[[/note]]



* Many college mascots are animals clad only in a sweater bearing the school's initials.
* Likewise, a good chunk of UsefulNotes/{{fur|ryFandom}}suiters either wear a shirt or shorts/pants. Sometimes the article of clothing ''is'' part of the costume, as in the costumer never bothered to make legs or a complete torso for it (both to keep costs down and make it less hot to wear), letting the clothing hide this fact.

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* Many college mascots are animals clad only in a sweater bearing the school's initials.
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initials. Likewise, a good chunk of UsefulNotes/{{fur|ryFandom}}suiters either wear a shirt or shorts/pants. Sometimes the article of clothing ''is'' part of the costume, as in the costumer never bothered to make legs or a complete torso for it (both to keep costs down and make it less hot to wear), letting the clothing hide this fact.
7th Dec '15 2:33:37 AM StFan
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* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal/ComicStrips



* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal/NewspaperComics



!!Examples

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!!Examples
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[[folder:Comedy]]
* As with the Trope page quote, Dutch comedian Harry Jekkers mentioned the fact that WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck wears no trousers during one of his shows in the early nineties. In fact, he points out that a '''Duck''', while walking as a normal human being, wears no pants. What follows is his outrage when he points out that when this same '''Duck''' is in his natural element -- swimming in water -- he suddenly starts wearing ''swimming trunks.'' Cue laughter from audience.
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* ''Fanwork/ZanyToTheMax'':

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* ''Fanwork/ZanyToTheMax'':''WebAnimation/ZanyToTheMax'':



[[folder:Film]]
* Early cinema's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Y2tP9s8y2Ic Le Cochon Danseur]], a 1907 short film based on a popular French vaudeville act. The pig even uses a ModestyTowel when his waist coat is pulled off.
* Back when ''StarWars: ANewHope'' was in production, there were executives worried about Chewbacca not wearing pants.
** This was rather hilariously lampshaded in the third ''Robot Chicken Star Wars Special'' when Han Solo met Chewbacca's family for the first time, and they were all fully clothed. "You mean you've been naked all this time?!"
** ''ThePhantomMenace'' suggests droids view their outer coverings as clothing with C-3PO embarrassed about being "naked".

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[[folder:Film]]
[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Early cinema's [[http://www.''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Y2tP9s8y2Ic Le Cochon Danseur]], Danseur]]'', a 1907 short film based on a popular French vaudeville act. The pig even uses a ModestyTowel when his waist coat is pulled off.
* ''Franchise/StarWars'':
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Back when ''StarWars: ANewHope'' ''Star Wars: Film/ANewHope'' was in production, there were executives worried about Chewbacca not wearing pants.
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pants. This was rather hilariously lampshaded in the third ''Robot Chicken Star Wars Special'' when Han Solo met Chewbacca's family for the first time, and they were all fully clothed. "You mean you've been naked all this time?!"
** ''ThePhantomMenace'' ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' suggests droids view their outer coverings as clothing with C-3PO embarrassed about being "naked".



[[folder:Internet Puppet Shows]]
* Referenced in ''WebVideo/TheFundayPawpetShow'' ThemeSong - "Pawpets, Pawpets/We will sing and dance/Pawpets, Pawpets/We're not wearing pants"

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[[folder:Internet Puppet Shows]]
[[folder:Pinballs]]
* Referenced in ''WebVideo/TheFundayPawpetShow'' ThemeSong - "Pawpets, Pawpets/We will sing In ''Pinball/PoliceForce,'' the villains and dance/Pawpets, Pawpets/We're not wearing pants"civilians are FunnyAnimals who wear little to no clothing.



[[folder:Pinball]]
* In ''Pinball/PoliceForce,'' the villains and civilians are FunnyAnimals who wear little to no clothing.

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[[folder:Pinball]]
[[folder:Puppet Shows]]
* In ''Pinball/PoliceForce,'' the villains Referenced in ''WebVideo/TheFundayPawpetShow'' ThemeSong - "Pawpets, Pawpets/We will sing and civilians are FunnyAnimals who wear little to no clothing.dance/Pawpets, Pawpets/We're not wearing pants"



-->'''Strong Bad:''' Hey, I always wondered, is your skin green or are you wearing a green body suit? Y'know with footies and sockies.
-->'''Coach Z:''' Oh, I got footies alright... [[TheUnreveal athletes' footies]].
* The Annoying Thing/Crazy Frog is often depicted with only a leather jacket, helmet, and goggles. This is a bit of a subversion in that unlike almost all others the Crazy Frog has visible naughty bits.
** Eventually the Crazy Frog commercials had a black censor bar.

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-->'''Strong Bad:''' Hey, I always wondered, is your skin green or are you wearing a green body suit? Y'know with footies and sockies.
-->'''Coach
sockies.\\
'''Coach
Z:''' Oh, I got footies alright... [[TheUnreveal athletes' footies]].
* The Annoying Thing/Crazy Frog is often depicted with only a leather jacket, helmet, and goggles. This is a bit of a subversion in that unlike almost all others the Crazy Frog has visible naughty bits.
**
bits. Eventually the Crazy Frog commercials had a black censor bar.



** Likewise, a good chunk of UsefulNotes/{{fur|ryFandom}}suiters either wear a shirt or shorts/pants. Sometimes the article of clothing ''is'' part of the costume, as in the costumer never bothered to make legs or a complete torso for it (both to keep costs down and make it less hot to wear), letting the clothing hide this fact.
* As with the Trope page quote, Dutch comedian Harry Jekkers mentioned the fact that WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck wears no trousers during one of his shows in the early nineties. In fact, he points out that a '''Duck''', while walking as a normal human being, wears no pants. What follows is his outrage when he points out that when this same '''Duck''' is in his natural element -- swimming in water -- he suddenly starts wearing ''swimming trunks.'' Cue laughter from audience.

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** * Likewise, a good chunk of UsefulNotes/{{fur|ryFandom}}suiters either wear a shirt or shorts/pants. Sometimes the article of clothing ''is'' part of the costume, as in the costumer never bothered to make legs or a complete torso for it (both to keep costs down and make it less hot to wear), letting the clothing hide this fact.
* As with the Trope page quote, Dutch comedian Harry Jekkers mentioned the fact that WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck wears no trousers during one of his shows in the early nineties. In fact, he points out that a '''Duck''', while walking as a normal human being, wears no pants. What follows is his outrage when he points out that when this same '''Duck''' is in his natural element -- swimming in water -- he suddenly starts wearing ''swimming trunks.'' Cue laughter from audience.
fact.



9th Aug '15 2:27:03 PM Prfnoff
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* Referenced in the FundayPawpetShow ThemeSong - "Pawpets, Pawpets/We will sing and dance/Pawpets, Pawpets/We're not wearing pants"

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* Referenced in the FundayPawpetShow ''WebVideo/TheFundayPawpetShow'' ThemeSong - "Pawpets, Pawpets/We will sing and dance/Pawpets, Pawpets/We're not wearing pants"
16th Mar '15 10:51:17 PM nombretomado
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** Likewise, a good chunk of {{fur|ryFandom}}suiters either wear a shirt or shorts/pants. Sometimes the article of clothing ''is'' part of the costume, as in the costumer never bothered to make legs or a complete torso for it (both to keep costs down and make it less hot to wear), letting the clothing hide this fact.

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** Likewise, a good chunk of {{fur|ryFandom}}suiters UsefulNotes/{{fur|ryFandom}}suiters either wear a shirt or shorts/pants. Sometimes the article of clothing ''is'' part of the costume, as in the costumer never bothered to make legs or a complete torso for it (both to keep costs down and make it less hot to wear), letting the clothing hide this fact.
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