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19th Jun '17 12:58:35 PM SuperKing93
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9th Jun '17 6:25:08 AM LondonKdS
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** Sabalom Glitz from "The Mysterious Planet", "The Ultimate Foe", and "Dragonfire", who, aside from having the most Jewish name imaginable, will do pretty much anything for money.

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** Sabalom Glitz from "The Mysterious Planet", "The Ultimate Foe", and "Dragonfire", who, aside from having the most Jewish Jewish-sounding pulp SF name imaginable, will do pretty much anything for money.
23rd May '17 6:59:19 PM StrixObscuro
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* In ''Film/JohnCarter'', the religious-fanatic Therns, who in the film are responsible for spurring on the war between Helium and Zodanga, have been accused of filling the stereotype of Jews as driving nations to fight each other.
18th May '17 11:39:17 PM Alas_Poor_Donny
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** Since the trope is Invoked, it gets played with a lot, most notably in the later acts of the story where the teller begins to lose track of which characters were mice and which were cats as moral complexities are introduced to the situation.
17th May '17 4:16:48 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** Many critics accused Jar Jar Binks of resembling black caricatures in minstrel shows and early American cinema, highlighting his broken English, clumsiness, naivety and shuffling gait, all typical traits of minstrel characters. Physically, he has large nostrils and his "lips" make up half of his face, both traits commonly exaggerated in black caricatures. The Gungan accent, which sounds vaguely Caribbean, doesn't help the issue, and his large floppy ears have been compared to dreadlocks. Jar-Jar's first lines in the series, "Me-sa your humble servant," call slavery and domestic servitude to mind. The character was voiced and motion-captured by black actor Ahmed Best, who denied any attempt to make Jar Jar a black caricature. The Gungan race as a whole, however, does not embody the trope.

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** Many critics accused Jar Jar Binks of resembling black caricatures in minstrel shows and early American cinema, highlighting his broken English, clumsiness, naivety and shuffling gait, all typical traits of minstrel characters. Physically, he has large nostrils and his "lips" make up half of his face, both traits commonly exaggerated in black caricatures. The Gungan accent, which sounds vaguely Caribbean, doesn't help the issue, and his large floppy ears have been compared to dreadlocks. Jar-Jar's first lines in the series, "Me-sa your humble servant," call slavery and domestic servitude to mind. The character was voiced and motion-captured by black actor Ahmed Best, who denied any attempt to make Jar Jar a black caricature. The Gungan race as a whole, however, does not embody the trope.trope; it's a major part of his arc that he's something of an embarrassment.
4th May '17 12:58:26 PM Golondrina
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* ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato'' originally has the Gamilians fashioned after Europe, the White Comet Empire after America and the Bolans after Soviet Russia. In the reboot Anime/SpaceBattleship2199, Gamilans are so stereotypical German that they even have a space Austria Zalts.

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* ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato'' originally has the Gamilians fashioned after Europe, the White Comet Empire after America and the Bolans after Soviet Russia. In the reboot Anime/SpaceBattleship2199, ''Anime/SpaceBattleship2199'', Gamilans are so stereotypical German that they even have a space Austria Zalts.
4th May '17 12:07:22 PM Golondrina
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*** Sunflower the servant centaurette in the ''Pastoral Symphony'' segment is a donkey from the waist down and a black girl from the waist up. She's so badly stereotyped that she got {{Orwellian Retcon}}ned out of the 1969 re-release and all subsequent releases. There were also two zebra-based centaurettes who are black from the waist up. The other centaurs and centaurettes are horse-based and white (well, they have Caucasian features; they're an AmazingTechnicolorPopulation) from the waist up. In addition, when the centaurs pair up romantically, [[LikeGoesWithLike each pair is a perfect color match]]. The "odd man out" centaur, a blue male, is dejected and lonely until his proper match, a blue female, appears.

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*** Sunflower the servant centaurette in the ''Pastoral Symphony'' segment is a donkey from the waist down and a black girl from the waist up. She's so badly stereotyped that she got {{Orwellian Retcon}}ned out of the 1969 re-release and all subsequent releases. There were also two zebra-based centaurettes who are black from the waist up. The other centaurs and centaurettes are horse-based and white (well, they have Caucasian white features; they're an AmazingTechnicolorPopulation) from the waist up. In addition, when the centaurs pair up romantically, [[LikeGoesWithLike each pair is a perfect color match]]. The "odd man out" centaur, a blue male, is dejected and lonely until his proper match, a blue female, appears.
3rd May '17 4:46:40 PM whunt
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Not to be confused with SpaceAmish, SpaceCossacks, SpaceRomans, SpaceElves or actual [[Film/HistoryOfTheWorldPartI JEWS]] [[AC:[[RecycledInSpace IN SPACE!]]]]

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Not to be confused with SpaceAmish, SpaceCossacks, SpaceRomans, SpaceElves or actual [[Film/HistoryOfTheWorldPartI JEWS]] [[AC:[[RecycledInSpace IN SPACE!]]]]
SPACE!]]]] Actual religious practices in a non-Earth setting would be more in-line with CrystalDragonJesus than this.
15th Apr '17 1:41:13 PM nombretomado
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* The ''WebOriginal/StarWreck'' RolePlayingGame takes a stab at Space Gypsies:

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* The ''WebOriginal/StarWreck'' ''WebAnimation/StarWreck'' RolePlayingGame takes a stab at Space Gypsies:
15th Apr '17 7:08:43 AM Generality
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*** In later books, especially ''Discworld/RaisingSteam'', the status of the bigoted traditionalist sect becomes more of an allegory for Islamic terrorism: these groups are so fervently convinced of their righteousness that they are willing to break their own rules and massively slaughter innocents, including their own people, to prevent their beliefs being overtaken by more moderate ones or their culture being influenced by a foreign power. There is an acknowledged threat of terrorism as a destabilizing force in the region, and this is only prevented because the rulers on the Disc have [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure much cooler heads]] than some in real life, plus the Dwarfs ultimately have a central authority figure in the Low King, even if he doesn't have absolute power.
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