History Theatre / TheRingOfTheNibelung

25th Jul '17 4:16:24 PM Nicoaln
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* BrawnHilda: Brunhilde is the TropeNamer - but not InUniverse, the trope naming came from stage performances, in which Brunhilde was played by a large woman because they are usually the only ones who can play her part.
20th Jun '17 2:01:38 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* BearsAreBadNews: As Siegfried demonstrates by letting one loose on Mime.



* BearsAreBadNews: As Siegfried demonstrates by letting one loose on Mime.
23rd Apr '17 12:58:38 AM Golondrina
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* PacingProblems: It has been opined that some scenes, such as Wotan's recap of previous events to Brünnhilde (in ''Walküre''), go on way too long.
4th Apr '17 1:15:42 PM Thorion
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** Sieglinde is trapped in a loveless and abusive marriage, and falls in love with a passing stranger. Modern audiences would forgive her killing of her husband more, if not for her lover being her brother, too.
18th Mar '17 2:21:51 AM NWolfman
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* TheAbridgedSeries: ''WesternAnimation/WhatsOperaDoc'', described by [[Creator/ChuckJones it's creator]] as "an attempt to squash the entire fire ring trilogy into six minutes." It is, by all accounts, one of the most famous examples of this trope.
18th Mar '17 2:21:28 AM NWolfman
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* TheAbridgedSeries: ''WesternAnimation/WhatsOperaDoc'', described by [[Creator/ChuckJones it's creator]] as "an attempt to squash the entire fire ring trilogy into six minutes." It is, by all accounts, one of the most famous examples of this trope.
14th Feb '17 9:47:58 AM Thorion
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** Sieglinde is a combination of Signy, sister of Sigmund, and Hjordis, wife of Sigmund and mother of Sigurd. Yes, the BrotherSisterIncest is entirely Wagner's invention.

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** Sieglinde is a combination of Signy, sister of Sigmund, Sigmund with whom he had incestuous relations, and Hjordis, wife of Sigmund and mother of Sigurd. Yes, the BrotherSisterIncest is entirely Wagner's invention.
19th Jan '17 3:50:50 PM Thorion
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* The third episode of Operavox is an adaptation of "The Rhinegold." Due to a thirty minute run time Donner, Froh, Mime and Erda were all omitted.
14th Jan '17 9:46:54 AM Thorion
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* AssholeVictim: Mime. He used Siegfried as a pawn to get Fafnir's treasure, originally the treasure of Mime's brother Alberich, and intended to kill Sigefried once through poisoning him once the boy had killed the dragon. Naturally, very few feel anything for evil-hearted Mime once he has been killed by noble Siegfried.
2nd Jan '17 11:41:08 AM Thorion
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* In ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor'' #294-299 (1980) Roy Thomas and Keith Pollard adapt the Ring as an event that happened in the past with Thor as both Siegmund and Siegfriend and Valkyrie and Brunhilda. It is the only adaptation in this folder that is rated for everyone.

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* In ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor'' #294-299 (1980) Roy Thomas and Keith Pollard adapt the Ring as an event that happened in the past with Thor as both Siegmund and Siegfriend in addition to himself and Valkyrie and Brunhilda. It is the only adaptation in this folder that is rated for everyone. Each opera was told over the course of two issues, sometimes ending in the middle of an issue where the next one would then begin.



* A sumptuous complete adaptation based on the translation by Patrick Mason, ''The Ring of the Nibelung'', was produced by P. Craig Russell (Dark Horse Press, 2000-2001).

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* A sumptuous complete adaptation based on the translation by Patrick Mason, ''The Ring of the Nibelung'', was produced by P. Craig Russell (Dark Horse Press, 2000-2001). "The Rheingold" and "Gotterdamerung" were told over the course of four issues while "The Valkyrie" and "Siegfried" were told over the course of three. This adaptation is for readers age sixteen and up.
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