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3rd May '16 2:00:20 AM UtterCourt
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** [[ArcWords''"Don't ever got no brain or nothin'!" '']]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheAnimalsOfFarthingWood'': Several of the main animal characters were killed off during the journey: shot by hunters, cooked as meal, run over by a car,... Highly traumatic since it seemed to be a [[CrapsacchirineWorld general TV series about cute talking animal characters from the start, but actually the makers strived for realistic death scenes.]]

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** [[ArcWords''"Don't ''"[[ArcWords Don't ever got no brain or nothin'!" '']]
nothin'!]]" ''
* ''WesternAnimation/TheAnimalsOfFarthingWood'': Several of the main animal characters were killed off during the journey: shot by hunters, cooked as meal, run over by a car,... Highly traumatic [[BloodierandGorier traumatic]] since it seemed to be a [[CrapsacchirineWorld general TV series about cute talking animal characters from the start, but actually the makers strived for realistic death scenes.]]



** [[TeensAreMonsters Katie Ka-Boom]] [[HumaniodAbomination Do.]] [[Moodwhiplash Not.]] [[PuctuatedForEmpashis Make.]] [[PsychoSernum Her.]] [[HulkingOut Mad.]].....[[FearMe Or Else...]]

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** [[TeensAreMonsters Katie Ka-Boom]] [[HumaniodAbomination Do.]] [[Moodwhiplash [[MoodWhiplash Not.]] [[PuctuatedForEmpashis Make.]] [[PsychoSernum Her.]] [[HulkingOut Mad.]].....[[FearMe Or Else...]]
3rd May '16 1:56:40 AM UtterCourt
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* [[SurpriseCreepy The ending of "Interview With a Campfire"]] from ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'' When the kids are watching their video at the end it goes crazy and shows that their 'friend' from the camp was actually a GHOST the entire time! it also doesn't help that said ghost had [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes and a very [[DemonHead demonic]], [[FacialHorror scary appearance. *Shudder.]]
** ''"Don't ever got[[ArcWords no brain or nothin'!" '']]

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* [[SurpriseCreepy The ending of "Interview With a Campfire"]] from ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'' When the kids are watching their video at the end it goes crazy and shows that their 'friend' from the camp was actually a GHOST the entire time! it also doesn't help that said ghost had [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes and a very [[DemonHead demonic]], [[FacialHorror scary ]] [[NightmareFuel appearance. *Shudder.]]
** ''"Don't [[ArcWords''"Don't ever got[[ArcWords got no brain or nothin'!" '']]



** Caddie Chipmunk's SanitySlippage from "I Got Yer Can".
** [[TeensAreMonsters Katie Ka-Boom]]

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** Caddie Chipmunk's SanitySlippage from [[MoodWhiplash "I Got Yer Can".
Can"]].
** [[TeensAreMonsters Katie Ka-Boom]]Ka-Boom]] [[HumaniodAbomination Do.]] [[Moodwhiplash Not.]] [[PuctuatedForEmpashis Make.]] [[PsychoSernum Her.]] [[HulkingOut Mad.]].....[[FearMe Or Else...]]



** Also,the aforementioned [[Wham fate]] of [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse the Hunter]] himself is pretty freaky as it is distressingly Unsettling. In the episode, the Hunter sets a fire in the jungle to help him and his men fight {{Babar]] and the other animals, but the fire gets out of control and starts sweeping back over the camp. [[ScrewthisImOuttaHere His men]] freak out and drive off in a jeep, being so panicked that they actually ''drive straight through the closed gate'' in their justified haste to get away. [[TheDeterminator The Hunter]], however, refuses to leave, screaming at them to come back, then doing a SkywardScream about how he will ''not'' run and how he vows to destroy the animals... [[TheWoobie which then trails off into an incoherent, hateful wail]] as flames simply sweep over the screen. In a later episode, there's a flashback to this scene as Babar talks to his children about the past, and he mentions almost casually that was the last that was ever seen of the Hunter.
** The episode "The City of Elephants". Halfway through the episode [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5rKprBF6AM]], starting around 2:11, Babar has this twisted nightmare where he gets confronted by "The Beast of Misfortune", a giant red elephant that [[HellisthatNoise laughs/growls] etc. in a very deep voice, and "The Beast of Haste", a small white ghost elephant thing capable of contorting itself into various shapes.
*** Here is an explanation on [[DisneyAcidSequence what's]] really so [[SurpriseCreepy twisted]]; a door forms on the end of the Beast of Misfortune's trunk, that same beast's head going through a floating window, the Beast of Haste contorting itself into a spiral around Babar as he falls into the other beast's mouth, the Beast of Haste being split into an army of six mini-Beasts, and The Beast of Misfortune,slowly [[Mindfuck melting away]] as Babar chases them away. It just [[UncannyVally looks]] [[NightmareSeqience so]][[MindScrew wrong.]]

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** Also,the aforementioned [[Wham fate]] of [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse the Hunter]] himself is pretty freaky as it is distressingly Unsettling. In the episode, the Hunter sets a fire in the jungle to help him and his men fight {{Babar]] and the other animals, but the fire gets out of control and starts sweeping back over the camp. [[ScrewthisImOuttaHere His men]] freak out and drive off in a jeep, being so panicked that they actually ''drive straight through the closed gate'' in their justified haste to get away. [[TheDeterminator The Hunter]], however, refuses to leave, screaming at them to come back, then doing a SkywardScream about how he will ''not'' run and [[IronicEcho how he vows to destroy the animals... [[TheWoobie animals...]] [[JerkassWoobie which then then]] trails off into an incoherent, hateful wail]] a ScreamDesolationShot of incoherent,Enraged wailing [[GoryDiscrectionShot as flames simply sweep over the screen. screen.]] In a later episode, there's a flashback [[CallBack flashback]] to this scene as Babar talks to his children about the past, and he mentions almost casually [[NothingIsScarier that was the last that was ever ever]] [[UnfortunateImplications seen of the Hunter.
Hunter.]]
** The episode "The City of Elephants". Halfway through the episode [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5rKprBF6AM]], starting around 2:11, Babar has this twisted nightmare where he gets confronted by "The [[EldritchAbonimation Beast of Misfortune", Misfortune"]], a giant red elephant that [[HellisthatNoise laughs/growls] laughs/growls]] etc. in a very deep voice, and "The Beast of Haste", a small white ghost elephant thing capable of [[Shapeshifther contorting itself into various shapes.
shapes.]]
*** Here is an explanation on [[DisneyAcidSequence what's]] really so [[SurpriseCreepy twisted]]; a door forms on the end of the Beast of Misfortune's trunk, that same beast's head going through a floating window, the Beast of Haste contorting itself into a spiral around Babar as he falls into the other beast's mouth, the Beast of Haste being split into an army of six mini-Beasts, and The Beast of Misfortune,slowly [[Mindfuck melting away]] as Babar [[Thedogbitesback Babar]] chases them away. It just [[UncannyVally looks]] [[NightmareSeqience so]][[MindScrew wrong.]]
3rd May '16 1:33:23 AM UtterCourt
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* The ending of "Interview With a Campfire" from ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'' When the kids are watching their video at the end it goes crazy and shows that their 'friend' from the camp was actually a GHOST the entire time! it also doesn't help that said ghost had red eyes and a very demonic, scary appearance. *Shudder.
** ''"Don't ever got no brain or nothin'!" ''
* ''WesternAnimation/TheAnimalsOfFarthingWood'': Several of the main animal characters were killed off during the journey: shot by hunters, cooked as meal, run over by a car,... Highly traumatic since it seemed to be a general TV series about cute talking animal characters from the start, but actually the makers strived for realistic death scenes.

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* *[[SurpriseCreepy The ending of "Interview With a Campfire" Campfire"]] from ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'' When the kids are watching their video at the end it goes crazy and shows that their 'friend' from the camp was actually a GHOST the entire time! it also doesn't help that said ghost had [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes and a very demonic, [[DemonHead demonic]], [[FacialHorror scary appearance. *Shudder.
*Shudder.]]
** ''"Don't ever got got[[ArcWords no brain or nothin'!" ''
'']]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheAnimalsOfFarthingWood'': Several of the main animal characters were killed off during the journey: shot by hunters, cooked as meal, run over by a car,... Highly traumatic since it seemed to be a [[CrapsacchirineWorld general TV series about cute talking animal characters from the start, but actually the makers strived for realistic death scenes.]]
3rd May '16 1:26:23 AM UtterCourt
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** The pilot episode, "Babar's First Step", in which a viewer is introduced to the merry elephant tribe before Babar grew up and "civilized" them, in which Babar's blissfull times of playing in ponds with other baby elephants and his mother are ended by a hunter with a rifle. He gets no name...he is "the Hunter". The elephants don't know what the sound of his rifle blasting means, and [[WhatAnIdiot the elders assume it is a "monster".]] Babar's mother is eventually shot while the herd are fleeing the Hunter, complete with Babar being thrown from her back and screaming and crying for her in the mud after she is shot, and then getting to watch her make a last, desperate attempt to cover their escape by charging the Hunter; she is then shot and falls over on screen, close range.[[Tearjerker This is complete with sad music, an elephant funeral, AND getting to watch baby Babar wail and try to snuggle with his (dead) mother.]] Much of it is depicted here [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgXYUSAYHZc]], from about 1:40 in to 4:20. It is so bad that it even causes Babar to have nightmares in the first half of episode 2, "City Ways", about his mother's death, complete with a spooky storm outside. Thankfully, the Hunter dies a deserving death in episode five.
** Made in 1989, elephant cognition (funerals included) had already received considerable publicity. You could not tell your children that this was "just a cartoon".
** The [[Wham aforementioned death of the Hunter himself is pretty freaking scary, too.]] In the episode, the Hunter sets a fire in the jungle to help him and his men fight Babar and the other animals, but the fire gets out of control and starts sweeping back over the camp. His men freak out and drive off in a jeep, being so panicked that they actually ''drive straight through the closed gate'' in their justified haste to get away. The Hunter, however, refuses to leave, screaming at them to come back, then doing a SkywardScream about how he will ''not'' run and how he vows to destroy the animals... which then trails off into an incoherent, hateful wail as flames simply sweep over the screen. In a later episode, there's a flashback to this scene as Babar talks to his children about the past, and he mentions almost casually that was the last that was ever seen of the Hunter.

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** The pilot episode, "Babar's First Step", in which a viewer is introduced to the merry elephant tribe before Babar grew up and "civilized" them, in which Babar's blissfull times of playing in ponds with other baby elephants and his mother are ended by a hunter with a rifle. He gets no name...he is "the Hunter". The elephants don't know what the sound of his rifle blasting means, and [[WhatAnIdiot the elders assume it is a "monster".]] Babar's mother is eventually shot while the herd are fleeing the Hunter, complete with [[TheWoobie Babar ]] being thrown from her back and screaming and crying for her in the mud after she is shot, and then shot.
***Then
getting to watch her make a last, desperate attempt to cover their escape by charging the Hunter; she is then gets finally shot and falls over on screen, close range.[[Tearjerker This is complete with sad music, an elephant funeral, AND getting to watch baby Babar wail wail]] and try to snuggle with his (dead) mother.]] mother. Much of it is depicted here [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgXYUSAYHZc]], from about 1:40 in to 4:20. It is so bad that it even causes Babar to have nightmares in the first half of episode 2, "City Ways", about his mother's death, complete with a spooky storm outside. Thankfully, the Hunter [[YouMonster the]] [[YouBastard Hunter]] dies a deserving death in episode #episode five.
** *** Made in 1989, elephant cognition (funerals included) had already received considerable publicity. You could not tell your children that this was "just a cartoon".
** The [[Wham **Also,the aforementioned death [[Wham fate]] of [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse the Hunter Hunter]] himself is pretty freaking scary, too.]] freaky as it is distressingly Unsettling. In the episode, the Hunter sets a fire in the jungle to help him and his men fight Babar {{Babar]] and the other animals, but the fire gets out of control and starts sweeping back over the camp. [[ScrewthisImOuttaHere His men men]] freak out and drive off in a jeep, being so panicked that they actually ''drive straight through the closed gate'' in their justified haste to get away. [[TheDeterminator The Hunter, Hunter]], however, refuses to leave, screaming at them to come back, then doing a SkywardScream about how he will ''not'' run and how he vows to destroy the animals... [[TheWoobie which then trails off into an incoherent, hateful wail wail]] as flames simply sweep over the screen. In a later episode, there's a flashback to this scene as Babar talks to his children about the past, and he mentions almost casually that was the last that was ever seen of the Hunter.
3rd May '16 1:06:18 AM UtterCourt
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** The pilot episode, "Babar's First Step", in which a viewer is introduced to the merry elephant tribe before Babar grew up and "civilized" them, in which Babar's blissfull times of playing in ponds with other baby elephants and his mother are ended by a hunter with a rifle. He gets no name...he is "the Hunter". The elephants don't know what the sound of his rifle blasting means, and the elders assume it is a "monster". Babar's mother is eventually shot while the herd are fleeing the Hunter, complete with Babar being thrown from her back and screaming for her in the mud after she is shot, and then getting to watch her make a last, desperate attempt to cover their escape by charging the Hunter; she is then shot and falls over on screen, close range. This is complete with sad music, an elephant funeral, AND getting to watch baby Babar wail and try to snuggle with his (dead) mother. Much of it is depicted here [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgXYUSAYHZc]], from about 1:40 in to 4:20. It is so bad that it even causes Babar to have nightmares in the first half of episode 2, "City Ways", about his mother's death, complete with a spooky storm outside. Thankfully, the Hunter dies a deserving death in episode five.

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** The pilot episode, "Babar's First Step", in which a viewer is introduced to the merry elephant tribe before Babar grew up and "civilized" them, in which Babar's blissfull times of playing in ponds with other baby elephants and his mother are ended by a hunter with a rifle. He gets no name...he is "the Hunter". The elephants don't know what the sound of his rifle blasting means, and [[WhatAnIdiot the elders assume it is a "monster". "monster".]] Babar's mother is eventually shot while the herd are fleeing the Hunter, complete with Babar being thrown from her back and screaming and crying for her in the mud after she is shot, and then getting to watch her make a last, desperate attempt to cover their escape by charging the Hunter; she is then shot and falls over on screen, close range. range.[[Tearjerker This is complete with sad music, an elephant funeral, AND getting to watch baby Babar wail and try to snuggle with his (dead) mother. mother.]] Much of it is depicted here [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgXYUSAYHZc]], from about 1:40 in to 4:20. It is so bad that it even causes Babar to have nightmares in the first half of episode 2, "City Ways", about his mother's death, complete with a spooky storm outside. Thankfully, the Hunter dies a deserving death in episode five.



** The aforementioned death of the Hunter himself is pretty freaking scary, too. In the episode, the Hunter sets a fire in the jungle to help him and his men fight Babar and the other animals, but the fire gets out of control and starts sweeping back over the camp. His men freak out and drive off in a jeep, being so panicked that they actually ''drive straight through the closed gate'' in their justified haste to get away. The Hunter, however, refuses to leave, screaming at them to come back, then doing a SkywardScream about how he will ''not'' run and how he vows to destroy the animals... which then trails off into an incoherent, hateful wail as flames simply sweep over the screen. In a later episode, there's a flashback to this scene as Babar talks to his children about the past, and he mentions almost casually that was the last that was ever seen of the Hunter.
** The episode "The City of Elephants". Halfway through the episode [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5rKprBF6AM]], starting around 2:11, Babar has this twisted nightmare where he gets confronted by "The Beast of Misfortune", a giant red elephant that laughs/growls etc. in a very deep voice, and "The Beast of Haste", a small white ghost elephant thing capable of contorting itself into various shapes.
*** Here is an explanation on what's really so twisted; a door forms on the end of the Beast of Misfortune's trunk, that same beast's head going through a floating window, the Beast of Haste contorting itself into a spiral around Babar as he falls into the other beast's mouth, the Beast of Haste being split into an army of six mini-Beasts, and The Beast of Misfortune...slowly...melting...away as Babar chases away the beasts. It just looks so wrong.

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** The [[Wham aforementioned death of the Hunter himself is pretty freaking scary, too. too.]] In the episode, the Hunter sets a fire in the jungle to help him and his men fight Babar and the other animals, but the fire gets out of control and starts sweeping back over the camp. His men freak out and drive off in a jeep, being so panicked that they actually ''drive straight through the closed gate'' in their justified haste to get away. The Hunter, however, refuses to leave, screaming at them to come back, then doing a SkywardScream about how he will ''not'' run and how he vows to destroy the animals... which then trails off into an incoherent, hateful wail as flames simply sweep over the screen. In a later episode, there's a flashback to this scene as Babar talks to his children about the past, and he mentions almost casually that was the last that was ever seen of the Hunter.
** The episode "The City of Elephants". Halfway through the episode [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5rKprBF6AM]], starting around 2:11, Babar has this twisted nightmare where he gets confronted by "The Beast of Misfortune", a giant red elephant that laughs/growls [[HellisthatNoise laughs/growls] etc. in a very deep voice, and "The Beast of Haste", a small white ghost elephant thing capable of contorting itself into various shapes.
*** Here is an explanation on what's [[DisneyAcidSequence what's]] really so twisted; [[SurpriseCreepy twisted]]; a door forms on the end of the Beast of Misfortune's trunk, that same beast's head going through a floating window, the Beast of Haste contorting itself into a spiral around Babar as he falls into the other beast's mouth, the Beast of Haste being split into an army of six mini-Beasts, and The Beast of Misfortune...slowly...melting...away Misfortune,slowly [[Mindfuck melting away]] as Babar chases away the beasts. them away. It just looks so [[UncannyVally looks]] [[NightmareSeqience so]][[MindScrew wrong.]]
30th Apr '16 7:03:34 PM Homemaderat
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* NightmareFuel/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures

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* **NightmareFuel/JonnyQuestVersusTheCyberInsects
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15th Apr '16 3:55:20 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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12th Apr '16 12:45:51 PM aye_amber
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAngryBeavers'' episode "Open Wide for Zombie" is full of NightmareFuel. From the creepy Swamp Witch wanting [[TheToothHurts their teeth]] for a Voodoo spell to the creepy [[TheUndead zombie men]] with skull-like faces to [[HalfHumanHybrid gator man]]. Here's a [[http://pollystreaming.com/Angry-Beavers-Open-Wide-for-Zombie_v24812 link]] to the episode.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAngryBeavers'' episode "Open Wide for Zombie" is full of NightmareFuel. From the creepy Swamp Witch wanting [[TheToothHurts their teeth]] for a Voodoo spell to the creepy [[TheUndead zombie men]] with skull-like faces to [[HalfHumanHybrid gator man]]. Here's a [[http://pollystreaming.com/Angry-Beavers-Open-Wide-for-Zombie_v24812 link]] to the episode. man.]]
12th Apr '16 12:44:14 PM aye_amber
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[[caption-width-right:350: [[NightmareFace Who thought]] ''[[JumpScare this]]'' [[DemonHead was a good idea]] [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids to show children?!]] ]]

[[NightmareFuel/AnimeAndManga The Japanese]] don't hold a complete monopoly on [[DerangedAnimation mind-warping animated horror]]...

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[[caption-width-right:350: [[NightmareFace Who thought]] ''[[JumpScare this]]'' [[DemonHead was a good idea]] [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids to show children?!]] ]]

children?!]]]]

[[NightmareFuel/AnimeAndManga The Japanese]] don't hold a complete monopoly on [[DerangedAnimation mind-warping animated horror]]...
horror...]]









* [[NightmareFuel/TwoStupidDogs 2 Stupid Dogs]]

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* [[NightmareFuel/TwoStupidDogs 2 Stupid Dogs]]NightmareFuel/TwoStupidDogs
12th Apr '16 11:48:34 AM aye_amber
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[[quoteright:350:[[WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog http://i.imgur.com/rr8NQlM.jpg]]]]

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