History Trivia / ChipNDaleRescueRangers

20th Mar '17 1:54:46 PM ANewMan
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** The character known as Sewer Al, an alligator with a love for books, was meant to be a recurring informant and sometimes adversary to the Rescue Rangers in the show, but he never made it past the series bible. Despite this, the character showed up in at least two different storybooks based on the show, one coloring book, and in the Disney Adventures comic series, switching between being an enemy and ally in the latter. Sewernose from "A Case Of Stage Blight" is possibly an {{Expy}} for Sewer Al, but with his love of literature replaced by a love for theater.

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** The character known as Sewer Al, an alligator with a love for books, was meant to be a recurring informant and sometimes adversary to the Rescue Rangers in the show, but he never made it past the series bible. According to WordOfGod, he came off as too formidable an adversary for the Rangers to have to regularly contend with due to his great strength and great intelligence. Despite this, the character showed up in at least two different storybooks based on the show, one coloring book, and in the Disney Adventures comic series, switching between being an enemy and ally in the latter. Sewernose from "A Case Of Stage Blight" is possibly an {{Expy}} for Sewer Al, but with his love of literature replaced by a love for theater.
20th Mar '17 11:02:08 AM ANewMan
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** The character known as Sewer Al, an alligator with a love for books, was meant to be a recurring informant to the Rescue Rangers in the show, but he never made it past the series bible. Despite this, the character showed up in at least two different storybooks based on the show and in the earliest comic series, switching between being an enemy and ally in the latter. Sewernose from "A Case Of Stage Blight" is possibly an {{Expy}} for Sewer Al, but with his love of literature replaced by a love for theater.

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** The character known as Sewer Al, an alligator with a love for books, was meant to be a recurring informant and sometimes adversary to the Rescue Rangers in the show, but he never made it past the series bible. Despite this, the character showed up in at least two different storybooks based on the show show, one coloring book, and in the earliest Disney Adventures comic series, switching between being an enemy and ally in the latter. Sewernose from "A Case Of Stage Blight" is possibly an {{Expy}} for Sewer Al, but with his love of literature replaced by a love for theater.
20th Mar '17 10:56:32 AM ANewMan
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** The character known as Sewer Al, an alligator with a love for books, was meant to be a recurring informant to the Rescue Rangers in the show, but he never made it past the series bible. Despite this, the character showed up in at least two different storybooks based on the show and in the earliest comic series, switching between being an enemy and ally in the latter. Sewernose from "A Case Of Stage Blight" is possibly an [[Expy]] for Sewer Al, but with his love of literature replaced by a love for theater.

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** The character known as Sewer Al, an alligator with a love for books, was meant to be a recurring informant to the Rescue Rangers in the show, but he never made it past the series bible. Despite this, the character showed up in at least two different storybooks based on the show and in the earliest comic series, switching between being an enemy and ally in the latter. Sewernose from "A Case Of Stage Blight" is possibly an [[Expy]] {{Expy}} for Sewer Al, but with his love of literature replaced by a love for theater.
20th Mar '17 10:54:25 AM ANewMan
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** The character known as Sewer Al, an alligator with a love for books, was meant to be a recurring informant to the Rescue Rangers in the show, but he never made it past the series bible. Despite this, the character showed up in at least two different storybooks based on the show and in the earliest comic series.

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** The character known as Sewer Al, an alligator with a love for books, was meant to be a recurring informant to the Rescue Rangers in the show, but he never made it past the series bible. Despite this, the character showed up in at least two different storybooks based on the show and in the earliest comic series.series, switching between being an enemy and ally in the latter. Sewernose from "A Case Of Stage Blight" is possibly an [[Expy]] for Sewer Al, but with his love of literature replaced by a love for theater.
20th Mar '17 10:49:40 AM ANewMan
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** The character known as Sewer Al, an alligator with a love for books, was meant to be a recurring informant to the Rescue Rangers in the show, but he never made it past the series bible. Despite this, the character showed up in at least two different storybooks based on the show and in the earliest comic series.
12th Dec '16 2:43:32 PM MarkLungo
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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: The show's main theme song was blocked on Youtube by Warner Music Group (AKA WMG) Because it was featured on the long, Out of print CD called "ToonTunes: Action Packed Anthems".

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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: The show's main theme song was blocked on Youtube Website/YouTube by Warner Music Group Creator/WarnerMusicGroup (AKA WMG) Because it was featured on the long, Out of print CD called "ToonTunes: "[=ToonTunes=]: Action Packed Anthems".
6th Dec '16 2:35:28 PM rafi
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* CaliforniaDoubling: It's not quite clear where the Rangers are based, but that place looks a lot like Burbank and Hollywood. Although it is animated.
6th Aug '16 7:48:59 AM Looneygamemaster
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** Though still missing the proper commercial break fades, Disney's iTunes/Amazon Video streaming seems to be completely uncensored (even "Dirty Rotten Diapers" which was censored on DVD), with the exception of "Puffed Rangers."

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** Though still missing the proper commercial break fades, Disney's iTunes/Amazon Video streaming seems to be completely uncensored (even "Dirty Rotten Diapers" Diapers", which was censored on DVD), with the exception of "Puffed Rangers."
6th Aug '16 7:48:33 AM Looneygamemaster
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** Though still missing the proper commercial break fades, Disney's iTunes/Amazon Video streaming seems to be completely uncensored (even "Dirty Rotten Diapers" which was censored on DVD), with the exception of "Puffed Rangers."



* ScrewedByTheNetwork: 51 of the show's 65 episodes have been released on DVD in two sets. Disney has made no announcement about when the remaining 14 episodes (including MissingEpisode "A Lean on the Property") will be released...if ever. As if that wasn't bad enough, the FiveEpisodePilot "To The Rescue" was only released in its five-part syndicated version (not the "movie" form), and the episodes' [[EditedForSyndication Toon Disney cuts]] were the versions put on DVD.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: 51 of the show's 65 episodes have been released on DVD in two sets. Disney has made no announcement about when the remaining 14 episodes (including MissingEpisode "A Lean on the Property") will be released...if ever. As if that wasn't bad enough, the FiveEpisodePilot "To The Rescue" was only released in its five-part syndicated version (not the "movie" form), and the episodes' [[EditedForSyndication Toon Disney cuts]] were the versions put on DVD.form).
27th May '16 11:35:27 AM MisterCPC
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The short-lived series under Disney's own imprint was supposed to have lasted longer than just 19 issues. The final issue of the comic even featured solicitations for an unpublished twentieth issue that would have featured the return of the Techrats from earlier in the comic.
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