History Trivia / CourageTheCowardlyDog

4th Jun '17 4:42:11 PM Monolaf317
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* AccentDepundent: Once when Courage asked for help regarding a mummy, Computer thought he meant mommy, since "mummy" is the British way of writing it.
-->'''Computer''': If your mummy is coming for a visit, then give her flowers, [[CatchPhrase you twit.]]
-->'''Courage''': ''(frowns, retypes)''
-->'''Computer''': Oh, ''a mummy'', that's much worse.



* ExecutiveMeddling: The reason behind Courage's limited speech and constant babbling and screaming after the first season.
** Unlike some examples, this actually wasn't a detriment to the show creatively; [[https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/33s9p6/im_john_dilworth_creator_of_courage_the_cowardly/cqnyizh?context=3 John R. Dilworth and the production crew preferred the change.]]

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* ExecutiveMeddling: The reason behind Courage's limited speech and constant babbling and screaming after the first season.
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season. Unlike some examples, this actually wasn't a detriment to the show creatively; [[https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/33s9p6/im_john_dilworth_creator_of_courage_the_cowardly/cqnyizh?context=3 John R. Dilworth and the production crew preferred the change.]]



* WordOfGod: One of the few oddities John Dilworth willingly explained was the hole Courage's tooth: it's a symbol that nature is imperfect, and how one can still affirm in life when they know that evil exists.

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* WordOfGod: One of the few oddities John Dilworth willingly explained was the hole Courage's tooth: it's a symbol that nature is imperfect, and how one can still affirm in life when they know that evil exists.exists.
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27th May '17 4:13:17 PM CrowTR0bot
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* ActorAllusion: Creator/TimCurry voicing an anthropomorphic bird who's heaping [[AbhorrentAdmirer unwanted attention]] on the female lead? [[WesternAnimation/ThePebbleAndThePenguin Wouldn't be the first time]].
27th May '17 4:12:17 PM CrowTR0bot
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* ActorAllusion: Creator/TimCurry voicing an anthropomorphic bird who's heaping [[AbhorrentAdmirer unwanted attention]] on the female lead? [[WesternAnimation/ThePebbleAndThePenguin Wouldn't be the first time]].
26th Apr '17 1:51:27 PM Streetstyle97
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** When Cartoon Network started developing the series in 1999, the show was set to be produced and developed by Hanna-Barbera, which handled the ''What a Cartoon!'' anthology series that featured the show's pilot short. Dilworth eventually sent the production to his Stretch Films Studios, but it would've been interesting to see how Hanna-Barbera would've developed the series following its ''What a Cartoon!'' short.
19th Apr '17 7:12:03 AM NWolfman
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** One early idea was for each cartoon to have a live-action bridging segment, with John Dilworth playing "Spaceman Dilly."
18th Nov '16 12:06:55 PM NWolfman
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* TheWikiRule: Courage The Cowardly Dog Wiki, found [[http://courage.wikia.com/wiki/Courage_The_Cowardly_Dog_Wiki here]].

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* TheWikiRule: Courage The Cowardly Dog Wiki, found [[http://courage.wikia.com/wiki/Courage_The_Cowardly_Dog_Wiki here]].here]].
* WordOfGod: One of the few oddities John Dilworth willingly explained was the hole Courage's tooth: it's a symbol that nature is imperfect, and how one can still affirm in life when they know that evil exists.
10th Nov '16 1:18:12 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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** Courage, Muriel, and Eustace together as a group is usually called "the Bagges" or "the Bagge family" by fans.

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** Courage, Muriel, and Eustace together as a group is are usually called "the Bagges" or "the Bagge family" by fans.



* TalkingToHimself: WillRyan must have had a lot of fun arguing with himself throughout "The Duck Brothers".

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* TalkingToHimself: WillRyan Will Ryan must have had a lot of fun arguing with himself throughout "The Duck Brothers".
2nd Oct '16 3:56:10 PM Kartoonkid95
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* TheOtherDarrin: Lionel Wilson was replaced by Arthur Anderson as the voice of Eustace in the middle of the third season after the former died; despite this, audio of Wilson was still used when Eustace said his more common lines, laughed, or screamed. In the 2014 special, Anderson is replaced by none other than Creator/WallaceShawn.

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* TheOtherDarrin: Lionel Wilson was replaced by Arthur Anderson as the voice of Eustace in the middle of the third season after the former died; despite this, audio of Wilson was still used when Eustace said his more common lines, laughed, or screamed. In the 2014 special, Anderson is replaced by none other than Creator/WallaceShawn. For Cartoon Network's 20th anniversary promo, Eustace is voiced by Creator/TomKenny.
25th Aug '16 7:03:25 PM Mikeyfan93
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** The 2014 short "The Fog of Courage" was part of an idea by John R Dilworth and Cartoon Network to revive the series, but the network changed its mind to pursue bigger projects (though they idea of a revival still lives on!).

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** The 2014 short "The Fog of Courage" was part of an idea by John R Dilworth and Cartoon Network to revive the series, but the network changed its mind to pursue bigger projects (though they idea of a revival still lives on!).projects.
26th Jul '16 5:57:11 PM jtoonsanimation
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* AdoredByTheNetwork: Cartoon Network decided the pilot should become its own series, and the show has spanned four entire seasons without a single threat of having it yanked off the air, despite its scary nature. This show is also one of the few cancelled originals to still air on a regular basis.

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* AdoredByTheNetwork: Cartoon Network decided the pilot should become its own series, and the show has spanned four entire seasons without a single threat of having it yanked off the air, despite its scary nature. This show is also one of the few cancelled originals to still air on a regular basis. The series was rerun on Cartoon Network for 13 years, up to 2015, always finding a way back on the schedule, it is even featured on Cartoon Network's website and even it's app.
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