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* [[Film/TheCatInTheHat The 2003 film adaptation]]

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* [[Film/TheCatInTheHat The 2003 film adaptation]]
* [[VideoGame/TheCatInTheHat The videogame based off of the 2003 film
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29th Mar '13 9:18:43 AM EarlOfSandvich
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/CatInTheHat.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:The Cat in the Hat steps in on the mat.]]

-->"Whoever heard of a six-foot cat!?"\\
-- '''Mr. Krinklebine''', the AnimatedAdaptation

''The Cat in the Hat'' is a children's storybook written by DrSeuss in 1957, that started off his series of books for beginning readers. The story opens on two children who are stuck inside their house due to rain while their mother is out, when they suddenly get a visit from the eponymous character, a six-foot-tall cat who wears a [[NiceHat tall striped hat]]. The Cat offers to entertain them by performing various tricks, with help from his funny-looking assistants, Thing One and Thing Two, despite the objections from the kids' pet fish. Eventually, after the Cat and the Things end up making a mess of the house, the kids take control of the situation, and the Cat makes up for it by cleaning the place on his way out right before the mother returns.

The Cat became one of Dr. Seuss' most enduring characters, returning the following year in a {{sequel}} titled ''The Cat in the Hat Comes Back'', in which he leaves a "cat ring" in the bathtub and spends the rest of the book spreading the spot around in an attempt to get rid of it. In addition, he hosted three other books by Seuss and also served as the narrator for the otherwise unrelated ''Daisy-Head Mayzie'' (published after Seuss' death).

Outside of the printed world, the original book was adapted as a television special by [=DePatie=]-Freleng Studios in 1971, in which [[AdaptationExpansion the storyline was expanded]] so that the Cat enlists the kids in helping him find his missing "[[MacGuffin Moss-Covered Three-Handled Family Gradunza]]", and [[NamedByTheAdaptation the fish is given the name]] [[AlliterativeName Carlos K. Krinklebine]]. It was followed up with ''DrSeuss On the Loose'' (in which the Cat introduced animated adaptations of ''Literature/TheSneetches'', ''The Zax'', and ''Literature/GreenEggsAndHam'') and ''WesternAnimation/TheGrinchGrinchesTheCatInTheHat'' (in which the Cat matches wits with the title character of ''WesternAnimation/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas''). The Cat later starred in puppet form in ''TheWubbulousWorldOfDrSeuss''. The original book also got a LivingBooks title.

He was also portrayed by Mike Myers in a live-action film in 2003. It was not well received by critics and fans, but especially the Geisel Estate, who effectively stopped production of any future live action adaptations.

There is apparently an animated reboot [[http://www.deadline.com/2012/03/dr-seuss-the-cat-in-the-hat-get-new-life-at-chris-meledandris-illumination/ in production]] at [[DespicableMe Illumination]] [[WesternAnimation/TheLorax Entertainment]], effectively putting the live action film under CanonDiscontinuity.

Is currently starring in the EdutainmentShow ''WesternAnimation/TheCatInTheHatKnowsALotAboutThat'' on PBS.
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!!The original book(s) contain examples of:

* ConstrainedWriting: It was written using a specific constrained vocabulary consisting only of words you'd expect a six-year-old to know.
* MatryoshkaObject: The Cat has Little Cat A under his hat, who has Little Cat B under its hat and so forth.
* NoNameGiven: The boy who narrates the story is never given one.
* OnlySaneMan: The Fish.
* OrderVersusChaos: The Cat is a TricksterArchetype {{Ubermensch}} who calls for tearing down the old social order. His foil is a fish who insists on maintaining respect for traditional authority figures.
* PersonWithTheClothing
* RainRainGoAway
* ResetButton: Before he leaves, the Cat always manages to undo all the damage he's caused.
* ScrewySquirrel: The Cat
* TechnologyMarchesOn: The idea that children would be sitting around with nothing to do because it's raining outside is rather quaint today. Nowadays the Cat in the Hat would have to tear them away from their video games.
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!!The animated version contains examples of:

* DisneyAcidSequence: "I'm a Punk."
* HeyItsThatVoice: The Cat is voiced by AllanSherman and the fish is voiced by Creator/DawsButler.
* IAmSong: In which the Cat lists the many ways to say his name in other languages.
* {{Irony}}: The kids are bored, but the first song that's played highlights all of the toys that are littered in the house that ''they aren't playing with!''
* MacGuffin: The one he is searching for is his "moss-covered, three-handled family gradunza"... whatever that means.
--> '''Fish:''' Just what is a family gradunza?\\
'''Cat:''' Oh, they come in all sizes, from tripe-G to minus-aught.\\
'''Boy:''' Is it bigger than a...\\
'''Cat:''' Occasionally, but on most occasions, not.\\
'''Girl:''' Is it smaller than a...\\
'''Cat:''' They no longer make that kind, but one family gradunza is always smaller than another.
** When the mother returns, she notes that the Cat in the Hat had said MacGuffin in his hands. It's assumed that the item was actually his ''moss-green colored umbrella''. Which would explain the expression of the kids when they hear it.
* YouTubePoop: A "random mode" version of the special was one of the earliest videos of this type.
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!!TheFilmOfTheBook contains examples of:

* AdaptationExpansion: Well, there's a dog, Mom's boss demanding that her house be spotlessly clean for a party that night, an evil neighbor (Alec Baldwin) trying to woo Mom and get the boy shipped off to miliary school, the Cat's universe intruding on this one, etc.
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: "He [Thing 2] says, feel free to call him 'Thing A' if you like. He will also accept 'Super Thing', 'Thing King', 'Kid Dynamite', 'Chocolate Thun-da', or 'Ben'.
* BrutalBonusLevel: Some versions of the video game (eg. the Playstation 2 version) had [[spoiler: Mystical Mirror, which is basically the "Mother of All Messes" from the movie.]]
* ButtMonkey: Mrs. Kwan, the hopelessly narcoleptic babysitter is constantly abused by the Cat, the children and Thing One and Thing Two to levels that are just plain psychopathic. [[UnfortunateImplications It doesn't help that she's the only non-white member of the cast.]]
* DisownedAdaptation: The Geisel estate really wishes that people would forget about this film, as shown by the upcoming AnimatedAdaptation and a recent exhibition on Seuss completely ignoring the film's existence.
* DoubleEntendre: The live-action adaptation was PACKED with them. One of the most prominent being The Cat saying "Dirty ho!" as he throws away a garden hoe.
* EverybodyOwnsAFord: A Ford Focus hatchback in Egg Yolk Yellow or a decidedly non-stock lime green, with equally non-stock wheel spats that spoil the car's lines.
* FranchiseKiller: It did well at the box office, but good luck finding someone who likes it. It was bad enough that Dr. Seuss's estate no longer authorizes live-action film adaptations of his books.
* FunWithAcronyms: '''S'''uper '''L'''uxurious '''O'''mnidirectional '''W'''hatchamajigger (S.L.O.W.), formerly the '''S'''uper '''H'''ydraulic '''I'''nstanteous '''T'''ransporter ([[GettingCrapPastTheRadar S.H.I.T.]]).
--> '''The Cat''': Nooooo! [[IncrediblyLamePun Quick! To the S.L.O.W.!]]
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Enough to have people question ''why'' it was rated PG.
** The aforementioned scene above with the S.L.O.W.
** Conrad puts a loaf of bread [[TrouserSpace between his trousers]] before doing the "Indoor Stair Luge".
** This bit with Lawrence and Conrad confronting each other:
--> '''Lawrence "Larry"''': It's ''Lawrence'' you snot-nosed son of a [''Joan walks in''] [[LastSecondWordSwap WONDERFUL WOMAN who I'm ABSOLUTELY crazy about]]!
** Don't forget: "SON OF A B-(cue SoundEffectBleep)" (after the Cat (as a chef) cuts off his tail during an argument with a TV show host (which is also the Cat himself)).
** Before Lawrence's television set is repossessed as a result of a missed payment, it appears that he enjoys watching pornography (seeing the suggestive behavior of the woman on the television).
** Parents would be disgusted if they saw the scene where the kids ask where the Cat came from:
--> '''The Cat''': Hmmm...How do I put this?...When a mommy cat and a daddy cat love each other very much, they decide that--
--> '''Conrad''': [[ChangeTheUncomfortableSubject Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no]]. Where did you ''[[ItMakesSenseInContext come]]'' from?
* GroinAttack: The Cat disguises himself as a pinata at a birthday party, kids hit him with plastic bats, and then a bigger kid with a big wooden bat orders them to move out of his way.
** Conrad predicts that it can't end well and Cat frantically raises a white flag but the boy stands behind him and slams the bat directly into Cat's right groin. The Cat screams for 10 seconds, then he goes into a mental state imagining himself as a woman swinging on a swing while wearing a milk maid outfit. It cuts back to him screaming with his eyes widened and he howls and whoops.
* HeyItsThatVoice: The ([[TheGameOfTheBook video game]])has NolanNorth as the fish? You'll never look at [[{{Uncharted}} Nathan Drake]] the same way again, also KathSoucie is both Things.
** Also, the titular Cat is AustinPowers. That probably explains most of his behavior in the movie. And Thing One and Thing Two are voiced by [[TheSimpsons Dan Castellaneta]].
* LargeHam: Mr. Humberfloob says, "'''YOU'RE FIIIRRREEEDDD!!!'''" Also, the Cat arguably falls under this.
* LogoJoke: The {{Universal}}, Creator/{{Dreamworks}} and Imagine logos are animated in Seussian form.
* MotiveDecay: In the video game, Quinn is now after world conquest instead of sending Conrad away and marrying Joan.
* PlayingWithSyringes: Conversed. One of the suggested treatments for Conrad being a "rule-breaker" and Sally being a "control freak" on the Cat's Phunometer is "a series of painful injections in your abdomen and kneecap."
* RetroUniverse
* SomethingElseAlsoRises: Happens with the Cat's hat when the picture of [[{{Squick}} Conrad and Sally's mom]] falls open, [[IncrediblyLamePun revealing]] that she has something of a... dirty past.
** Bonus points for a deleted scene, where the Cat sits on a pool chair and shows the audience what he saw for a few seconds.
* SpiritualSuccessor: This was co-produced by Universal and Imagine Entertainment, which had mounted the live-action version of ''Film/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas''. Comedy star Mike Myers being cast as the Cat is a clear analogue to JimCarrey as the Grinch.
* TalkingToHimself: Literally.
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/CatInTheHat.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:The Cat in the Hat steps in on the mat.]]

-->"Whoever heard of a six-foot cat!?"\\
-- '''Mr. Krinklebine''', the AnimatedAdaptation

''The Cat in the Hat'' is a children's storybook written by DrSeuss in 1957, that started off his series of books for beginning readers. The story opens on two children who are stuck inside their house due to rain while their mother is out, when they suddenly get a visit from the eponymous character, a six-foot-tall cat who wears a [[NiceHat tall striped hat]]. The Cat offers to entertain them by performing various tricks, with help from his funny-looking assistants, Thing One and Thing Two, despite the objections from the kids' pet fish. Eventually, after the Cat and the Things end up making a mess of the house, the kids take control of the situation, and the Cat makes up for it by cleaning the place on his way out right before the mother returns.

The Cat became one of Dr. Seuss' most enduring characters, returning the following year in a {{sequel}} titled ''The Cat in the Hat Comes Back'', in which he leaves a "cat ring" in the bathtub and spends the rest of the book spreading the spot around in an attempt to get rid of it. In addition, he hosted three other books by Seuss and also served as the narrator for the otherwise unrelated ''Daisy-Head Mayzie'' (published after Seuss' death).

Outside of the printed world, the original book was adapted as a television special by [=DePatie=]-Freleng Studios in 1971, in which [[AdaptationExpansion the storyline was expanded]] so that the Cat enlists the kids in helping him find his missing "[[MacGuffin Moss-Covered Three-Handled Family Gradunza]]", and [[NamedByTheAdaptation the fish is given the name]] [[AlliterativeName Carlos K. Krinklebine]]. It was followed up with ''DrSeuss On the Loose'' (in which the Cat introduced animated adaptations of ''Literature/TheSneetches'', ''The Zax'', and ''Literature/GreenEggsAndHam'') and ''WesternAnimation/TheGrinchGrinchesTheCatInTheHat'' (in which the Cat matches wits with the title character of ''WesternAnimation/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas''). The Cat later starred in puppet form in ''TheWubbulousWorldOfDrSeuss''.
can refer to:
* [[Literature/TheCatInTheHat
The original book also got a LivingBooks title.

He was also portrayed by Mike Myers in a live-action film in 2003. It was not well received by critics and fans, but especially the Geisel Estate, who effectively stopped production of any future live action adaptations.

There is apparently an
books]]
* [[WesternAnimation/TheCatInTheHat The 1971
animated reboot [[http://www.deadline.com/2012/03/dr-seuss-the-cat-in-the-hat-get-new-life-at-chris-meledandris-illumination/ in production]] at [[DespicableMe Illumination]] [[WesternAnimation/TheLorax Entertainment]], effectively putting the live action adaptation]], among several others
* [[Film/TheCatInTheHat The 2003
film under CanonDiscontinuity.

Is currently starring in the EdutainmentShow ''WesternAnimation/TheCatInTheHatKnowsALotAboutThat'' on PBS.
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!!The original book(s) contain examples of:

* ConstrainedWriting: It was written using a specific constrained vocabulary consisting only of words you'd expect a six-year-old to know.
* MatryoshkaObject: The Cat has Little Cat A under his hat, who has Little Cat B under its hat and so forth.
* NoNameGiven: The boy who narrates the story is never given one.
* OnlySaneMan: The Fish.
* OrderVersusChaos: The Cat is a TricksterArchetype {{Ubermensch}} who calls for tearing down the old social order. His foil is a fish who insists on maintaining respect for traditional authority figures.
* PersonWithTheClothing
* RainRainGoAway
* ResetButton: Before he leaves, the Cat always manages to undo all the damage he's caused.
* ScrewySquirrel: The Cat
* TechnologyMarchesOn: The idea that children would be sitting around with nothing to do because it's raining outside is rather quaint today. Nowadays the Cat in the Hat would have to tear them away from their video games.
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!!The animated version contains examples of:

* DisneyAcidSequence: "I'm a Punk."
* HeyItsThatVoice: The Cat is voiced by AllanSherman and the fish is voiced by Creator/DawsButler.
* IAmSong: In which the Cat lists the many ways to say his name in other languages.
* {{Irony}}: The kids are bored, but the first song that's played highlights all of the toys that are littered in the house that ''they aren't playing with!''
* MacGuffin: The one he is searching for is his "moss-covered, three-handled family gradunza"... whatever that means.
--> '''Fish:''' Just what is a family gradunza?\\
'''Cat:''' Oh, they come in all sizes, from tripe-G to minus-aught.\\
'''Boy:''' Is it bigger than a...\\
'''Cat:''' Occasionally, but on most occasions, not.\\
'''Girl:''' Is it smaller than a...\\
'''Cat:''' They no longer make that kind, but one family gradunza is always smaller than another.
** When the mother returns, she notes that the Cat in the Hat had said MacGuffin in his hands. It's assumed that the item was actually his ''moss-green colored umbrella''. Which would explain the expression of the kids when they hear it.
* YouTubePoop: A "random mode" version of the special was one of the earliest videos of this type.
----
!!TheFilmOfTheBook contains examples of:

* AdaptationExpansion: Well, there's a dog, Mom's boss demanding that her house be spotlessly clean for a party that night, an evil neighbor (Alec Baldwin) trying to woo Mom and get the boy shipped off to miliary school, the Cat's universe intruding on this one, etc.
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: "He [Thing 2] says, feel free to call him 'Thing A' if you like. He will also accept 'Super Thing', 'Thing King', 'Kid Dynamite', 'Chocolate Thun-da', or 'Ben'.
* BrutalBonusLevel: Some versions of the video game (eg. the Playstation 2 version) had [[spoiler: Mystical Mirror, which is basically the "Mother of All Messes" from the movie.]]
* ButtMonkey: Mrs. Kwan, the hopelessly narcoleptic babysitter is constantly abused by the Cat, the children and Thing One and Thing Two to levels that are just plain psychopathic. [[UnfortunateImplications It doesn't help that she's the only non-white member of the cast.]]
* DisownedAdaptation: The Geisel estate really wishes that people would forget about this film, as shown by the upcoming AnimatedAdaptation and a recent exhibition on Seuss completely ignoring the film's existence.
* DoubleEntendre: The live-action adaptation was PACKED with them. One of the most prominent being The Cat saying "Dirty ho!" as he throws away a garden hoe.
* EverybodyOwnsAFord: A Ford Focus hatchback in Egg Yolk Yellow or a decidedly non-stock lime green, with equally non-stock wheel spats that spoil the car's lines.
* FranchiseKiller: It did well at the box office, but good luck finding someone who likes it. It was bad enough that Dr. Seuss's estate no longer authorizes live-action film adaptations of his books.
* FunWithAcronyms: '''S'''uper '''L'''uxurious '''O'''mnidirectional '''W'''hatchamajigger (S.L.O.W.), formerly the '''S'''uper '''H'''ydraulic '''I'''nstanteous '''T'''ransporter ([[GettingCrapPastTheRadar S.H.I.T.]]).
--> '''The Cat''': Nooooo! [[IncrediblyLamePun Quick! To the S.L.O.W.!]]
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Enough to have people question ''why'' it was rated PG.
** The aforementioned scene above with the S.L.O.W.
** Conrad puts a loaf of bread [[TrouserSpace between his trousers]] before doing the "Indoor Stair Luge".
** This bit with Lawrence and Conrad confronting each other:
--> '''Lawrence "Larry"''': It's ''Lawrence'' you snot-nosed son of a [''Joan walks in''] [[LastSecondWordSwap WONDERFUL WOMAN who I'm ABSOLUTELY crazy about]]!
** Don't forget: "SON OF A B-(cue SoundEffectBleep)" (after the Cat (as a chef) cuts off his tail during an argument with a TV show host (which is also the Cat himself)).
** Before Lawrence's television set is repossessed as a result of a missed payment, it appears that he enjoys watching pornography (seeing the suggestive behavior of the woman on the television).
** Parents would be disgusted if they saw the scene where the kids ask where the Cat came from:
--> '''The Cat''': Hmmm...How do I put this?...When a mommy cat and a daddy cat love each other very much, they decide that--
--> '''Conrad''': [[ChangeTheUncomfortableSubject Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no]]. Where did you ''[[ItMakesSenseInContext come]]'' from?
* GroinAttack: The Cat disguises himself as a pinata at a birthday party, kids hit him with plastic bats, and then a bigger kid with a big wooden bat orders them to move out of his way.
** Conrad predicts that it can't end well and Cat frantically raises a white flag but the boy stands behind him and slams the bat directly into Cat's right groin. The Cat screams for 10 seconds, then he goes into a mental state imagining himself as a woman swinging on a swing while wearing a milk maid outfit. It cuts back to him screaming with his eyes widened and he howls and whoops.
* HeyItsThatVoice: The ([[TheGameOfTheBook video game]])has NolanNorth as the fish? You'll never look at [[{{Uncharted}} Nathan Drake]] the same way again, also KathSoucie is both Things.
** Also, the titular Cat is AustinPowers. That probably explains most of his behavior in the movie. And Thing One and Thing Two are voiced by [[TheSimpsons Dan Castellaneta]].
* LargeHam: Mr. Humberfloob says, "'''YOU'RE FIIIRRREEEDDD!!!'''" Also, the Cat arguably falls under this.
* LogoJoke: The {{Universal}}, Creator/{{Dreamworks}} and Imagine logos are animated in Seussian form.
* MotiveDecay: In the video game, Quinn is now after world conquest instead of sending Conrad away and marrying Joan.
* PlayingWithSyringes: Conversed. One of the suggested treatments for Conrad being a "rule-breaker" and Sally being a "control freak" on the Cat's Phunometer is "a series of painful injections in your abdomen and kneecap."
* RetroUniverse
* SomethingElseAlsoRises: Happens with the Cat's hat when the picture of [[{{Squick}} Conrad and Sally's mom]] falls open, [[IncrediblyLamePun revealing]] that she has something of a... dirty past.
** Bonus points for a deleted scene, where the Cat sits on a pool chair and shows the audience what he saw for a few seconds.
* SpiritualSuccessor: This was co-produced by Universal and Imagine Entertainment, which had mounted the live-action version of ''Film/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas''. Comedy star Mike Myers being cast as the Cat is a clear analogue to JimCarrey as the Grinch.
* TalkingToHimself: Literally.
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adaptation]]
24th Mar '13 7:21:42 PM NausicaaoftheSpirits
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* DisneyAcidSequence: "I'm a Punk."
16th Mar '13 7:16:20 AM Mario1995
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He was also portrayed by Mike Myers in a live-action film in 2003. It was not well received by critics and fans, but especially the Geisel Estate, who effectively stopped production of any future live action adaptation.

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He was also portrayed by Mike Myers in a live-action film in 2003. It was not well received by critics and fans, but especially the Geisel Estate, who effectively stopped production of any future live action adaptation.
adaptations.



--> '''The Cat''': Hmmm...How do I put this?...When a mommy cat and a daddy cat love each other very much, they decide that-
--> '''Conrad''': [[ChangeTheUncomfortableSubject Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no]]. Where did you ''[[ItMakesSenseInContext come]]'' from.

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--> '''The Cat''': Hmmm...How do I put this?...When a mommy cat and a daddy cat love each other very much, they decide that-
that--
--> '''Conrad''': [[ChangeTheUncomfortableSubject Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no]]. Where did you ''[[ItMakesSenseInContext come]]'' from.from?
15th Mar '13 5:54:06 PM Mario1995
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** This bit with Lawrence and Conrad confronting each other

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** Conrad puts a loaf of bread [[TrouserSpace between his trousers]] before doing the "Indoor Stair Luge".
** This bit with Lawrence and Conrad confronting each otherother:


Added DiffLines:

** Before Lawrence's television set is repossessed as a result of a missed payment, it appears that he enjoys watching pornography (seeing the suggestive behavior of the woman on the television).
** Parents would be disgusted if they saw the scene where the kids ask where the Cat came from:
--> '''The Cat''': Hmmm...How do I put this?...When a mommy cat and a daddy cat love each other very much, they decide that-
--> '''Conrad''': [[ChangeTheUncomfortableSubject Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no]]. Where did you ''[[ItMakesSenseInContext come]]'' from.


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** Bonus points for a deleted scene, where the Cat sits on a pool chair and shows the audience what he saw for a few seconds.
16th Feb '13 2:54:23 PM finalsurvivor1
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* BrutalBonusLevel: Some versions of the video game (eg. the Playstation 2 version) had [[spoiler: Mystical Mirror, which is basically the "Mother of All Messes" from the movie.]]
16th Feb '13 2:49:38 PM finalsurvivor1
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* MotiveDecay: In the video game, Quinn is now after world conquest instead of sending Conrad away and marrying Joan.
8th Feb '13 3:18:49 PM Tropesofknowledge
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* HeyItsThatVoice: ([[TheGameOfTheMovie video game]]) NolanNorth as the fish? You'll never look at [[{{Uncharted}} Nathan Drake]] the same way again. And KathSoucie is both Things.

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* HeyItsThatVoice: ([[TheGameOfTheMovie The ([[TheGameOfTheBook video game]]) game]])has NolanNorth as the fish? You'll never look at [[{{Uncharted}} Nathan Drake]] the same way again. And again, also KathSoucie is both Things.
1st Feb '13 11:18:36 AM PandaRosa
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* DoubleEntendre: The live-action adaptation was PACKED with them. One of the most prominent being The Cat saying "Dirty ho!" as he throws away a garden ho.

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* DoubleEntendre: The live-action adaptation was PACKED with them. One of the most prominent being The Cat saying "Dirty ho!" as he throws away a garden ho.hoe.
6th Jan '13 7:52:10 AM MrMenCentral
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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: "Thing 2 will also accept 'Thing A', 'Super Thing', 'Thing King', 'Chocolate Thun-da', or 'Ben'.

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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: "Thing 2 "He [Thing 2] says, feel free to call him 'Thing A' if you like. He will also accept 'Thing A', 'Super Thing', 'Thing King', 'Kid Dynamite', 'Chocolate Thun-da', or 'Ben'.



** Don't forget: "SON OF A B-(cue SoundEffectBleep)" (after the Cat (as a chef) cuts off his tail during an argument with a TV show host).

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** Don't forget: "SON OF A B-(cue SoundEffectBleep)" (after the Cat (as a chef) cuts off his tail during an argument with a TV show host).host (which is also the Cat himself)).


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* TalkingToHimself: Literally.
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