History Series / DieSendungMitDerMaus

10th Sep '17 5:41:29 AM shokoshu
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* FemmeFatalons and RapunzelHair: Non-villainous, non-female example in the show to the 10th anniversary of the Elephant Show. In typical Maus style, they show what could happen during ten years (in this case: if you don't cut your nails and hair).
10th Sep '17 5:27:41 AM shokoshu
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* AnimalsNotToScale: The [[RodentsOfUnusualSize mouse is twice as big]] as the elephant!

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* AnimalsNotToScale: The [[RodentsOfUnusualSize mouse is twice as big]] as the elephant!elephant! (Still, the elephant is far stronger and heavier, as many spots show.)


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** The blue elephant has his own show (since 2007), aimed for very young kids.
3rd Sep '17 11:03:14 AM shokoshu
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** From the inside stories, Nulli the Hare and Priesemut the Frog (by Matthias Sodtke), who are almost the same size.
26th Jul '17 8:54:24 AM fruitstripegum
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* TheDitz: The duck.



* TheOneWith: The title of the show. (This is basically a IconicCharacterForgottenTitle that was made official.)
* ThePigpen: Jule from the song "Jule wäscht sich nie" ("Julia never washes").



* TheDitz: The duck.
* TheOneWith: The title of the show. (This is basically a IconicCharacterForgottenTitle that was made official.)
* ThePigpen: Jule from the song "Jule wäscht sich nie" ("Julia never washes").
15th Dec '16 9:40:48 PM Doug86
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* VerySpecialEpisode: The show also doesn't refrain from tackling relatively serious topics, like the Chernobyl disaster or how life during the post-[[WorldWarTwo war]] era was.

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* VerySpecialEpisode: The show also doesn't refrain from tackling relatively serious topics, like the Chernobyl disaster or how life during the post-[[WorldWarTwo post-[[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII war]] era was.
30th Aug '16 7:11:43 PM PaulA
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While the German public broadcasters often have to take flak for shallow programming in spite of their "culture and education mandate", this show is often cited as a counter-example. And with reason, for ''Die Maus'' is very popular amongst young and old, owning its continuous [[LongRunner existence since 1971]] to a high quality [[EdutainmentShow mix of education and entertainment]].

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While the German public broadcasters often have to take flak for shallow programming in spite of their "culture and education mandate", this show is often cited as a counter-example. And with reason, for ''Die Maus'' is very popular amongst young and old, owning its continuous [[LongRunner existence since 1971]] 1971 to a high quality [[EdutainmentShow mix of education and entertainment]].



* LongRunner: 40 years and still going strong.
11th Jul '16 6:18:40 AM WhatArtThee
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While the German public broadcasters often have to take flak for shallow programming in spite of their "culture and education mandate", this show is often cited as a counter-example. And with reason, for ''Die Maus'' is very popular amongst young [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids and old]], owning its continuous [[LongRunner existence since 1971]] to a high quality [[EdutainmentShow mix of education and entertainment]].

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While the German public broadcasters often have to take flak for shallow programming in spite of their "culture and education mandate", this show is often cited as a counter-example. And with reason, for ''Die Maus'' is very popular amongst young [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids and old]], old, owning its continuous [[LongRunner existence since 1971]] to a high quality [[EdutainmentShow mix of education and entertainment]].
19th Jan '16 10:10:35 AM nombretomado
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* AardmanAnimations: The newest development is Aardman Animations' ''ShaunTheSheep'' being [[strike: [[IncrediblyLamePun shawn]]]] shown in the last story segment.
22nd Nov '15 7:44:36 PM RAMChYLD
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In the late 1980s or early 1990s a selection of episodes aired on Australian television, as ''Mouse TV'' or ''The Show with the Mouse''. The voice-over explanations were dubbed into English; the story segments were selected from those, such as the Little Mole stories, that were not primarily verbal. The Australian dub has since been exported worldwide.

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In the late 1980s or early 1990s a selection of episodes aired on Australian television, as ''Mouse TV'' or ''The Show with the Mouse''.Mouse''[[note]]Actually dubbed by a German exporting company called [=TransTel=][[/note]]. The voice-over explanations were dubbed into English; the story segments were selected from those, such as the Little Mole stories, that were not primarily verbal. The Australian dub has since been exported worldwide.
18th Nov '15 7:50:21 AM LordGro
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* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: It's a TV programme. Featuring a Mouse.
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