History Trivia / CourageTheCowardlyDog

8th Apr '18 6:58:39 PM Pichu-kun
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* CommonKnowledge:
** For the longest time, ''everyone'' thought that Music/RingoStarr voiced the titular Duck Brothers in the episode of the same name. In reality, it was veteran voice actor Will Ryan doing an impression of Starr.
** The instrument in the last episode is a ''bugle'', not a trumpet, as it's commonly assumed.
8th Apr '18 6:57:48 PM Pichu-kun
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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 its app.

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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 its app.



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* FanNickname: The "Perfect Trumpet Thingy" or "Eustace's Trumpet" for the blue ''[[EldritchAbomination thing]]'' in the first of Courage's nightmares in "Perfect" and "Violin Girl" for the DemonHead in "Courage in the Big Stinkin' City".

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The "Perfect Trumpet Thingy" or "Eustace's Trumpet" for the blue ''[[EldritchAbomination thing]]'' in the first of Courage's nightmares in "Perfect" and "Violin Girl" for the DemonHead in "Courage in the Big Stinkin' City".



* TheOtherDarrin: Lionel Wilson was replaced by Arthur Anderson as the voice of Eustace in the middle of the third season after the former retired; despite this, audio of Wilson was still used when Eustace said his more common lines, laughed, or screamed (the difference was very noticeable). In the 2014 special, Anderson was replaced by none other than Creator/WallaceShawn (who [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent didn't even try to impersonate Wilson, using his normal voice instead]]; by comparison, Muriel's voice actress, Thea White, was able to flawlessly recreate her original voice). For Cartoon Network's 20th anniversary promo, Eustace is voiced by Creator/TomKenny. And it's been stated that if the show ever gets brought back, Creator/BrianDoyleMurray will helm the role due to Anderson's passing.



* TheOtherDarrin: Lionel Wilson was replaced by Arthur Anderson as the voice of Eustace in the middle of the third season after the former retired; despite this, audio of Wilson was still used when Eustace said his more common lines, laughed, or screamed (the difference was very noticeable). In the 2014 special, Anderson was replaced by none other than Creator/WallaceShawn (who [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent didn't even try to impersonate Wilson, using his normal voice instead]]; by comparison, Muriel's voice actress, Thea White, was able to flawlessly recreate her original voice). For Cartoon Network's 20th anniversary promo, Eustace is voiced by Creator/TomKenny. And it's been stated that if the show ever gets brought back, Creator/BrianDoyleMurray will helm the role due to Anderson's passing.

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* TheOtherDarrin: Lionel Wilson was replaced by Arthur Anderson as the voice of Eustace in the middle ScrewedByTheMerchandise: One of the third season after the former retired; despite this, audio of Wilson reasons why it was still used when Eustace said his more common lines, laughed, or screamed (the difference cancelled was very noticeable). In the 2014 special, Anderson because it was replaced by none other than Creator/WallaceShawn (who [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent didn't even try hard to impersonate Wilson, using his normal voice instead]]; by comparison, Muriel's voice actress, Thea White, was able to flawlessly recreate her original voice). For Cartoon Network's 20th anniversary promo, Eustace is voiced by Creator/TomKenny. And it's been stated that if the show ever gets brought back, Creator/BrianDoyleMurray will helm the role due to Anderson's passing.market a pink dog at boys.
18th Mar '18 3:34:04 AM SeptimusHeap
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*** The pilot, The Chicken From Outer Space, partly plays this straight and partly averts it. It's not on the Season 1 DVD, but John R Dilworth sells it through his online store, and it's easily found on YouTube.

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*** The pilot, The Chicken From Outer Space, partly plays this straight and partly averts it. It's not on the Season 1 DVD, but John R Dilworth sells it through his online store, and it's easily found on YouTube.Website/YouTube.
10th Feb '18 5:55:05 PM CrisMVP3200
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-->'''Interviewer:''' There's a theory around the Internet saying that no one of the monsters shown in the series are real, and that everything is part of the doggy vision of Courage, ¿what's your opinion on that?\\

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-->'''Interviewer:''' There's a theory around the Internet saying that no one of the monsters shown in the series are real, and that everything is part of the doggy vision of Courage, ¿what's what's your opinion on that?\\
10th Feb '18 11:19:54 AM CrisMVP3200
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-->'''Interviewer:''' There's a theory around the Internet saying that no one of the monsters shown in the series are real, and that everything is part of the doggy vision of Courage, ¿what's your opinion on that?\\
'''John Dilworth:''' I accept all that theories created online. I encourage this thoughts, it's part of growing up... like the seeds are planted and they grow the way they want. If you want to believe that all the farm visitors represent different aspects of the mind, you are not wrong. I enjoy the multiple theories about the symbols and the meaning of the series, these things only contribute to his tomorrow's promise.
10th Feb '18 7:09:06 AM CrisMVP3200
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* ApprovalOfGod: John Dilworth doesn't deny a single one of the WildMassGuesses made about the show, as he wants to leave it just as open to interpretation as any other work of art.

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* ApprovalOfGod: John Dilworth doesn't deny a single one of the WildMassGuesses made about the show, show (as he declared [[http://mouse.latercera.com/john-dilworth-creador-coraje-el-perro-cobarde/ in this interview (in Spanish)]]), as he wants to leave it just as open to interpretation as any other work of art.
26th Nov '17 8:55:00 AM nombretomado
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* FurryFandom: Courage is beloved among furries. They (as well as pretty much other artist) generally draw him very endearingly.
4th Nov '17 9:26:43 AM TheFallofElDorado
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* CowboyBebopAtHisComputer: The instrument in the last episode is a ''bugle'', not a trumpet, as it's commonly assumed.

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* CowboyBebopAtHisComputer: CowboyBebopAtHisComputer:
** For the longest time, ''everyone'' thought that Music/RingoStarr voiced the titular Duck Brothers in the episode of the same name. In reality, it was veteran voice actor Will Ryan doing an impression of Starr.
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The instrument in the last episode is a ''bugle'', not a trumpet, as it's commonly assumed.



* 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 (the difference was very noticeable). In the 2014 special, Anderson was replaced by none other than Creator/WallaceShawn (who [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent didn't even try to give Eustace a Scottish accent, using his normal voice instead]]; by comparison, Muriel's voice actress, Thea White, was able to flawlessly recreate her original voice). For Cartoon Network's 20th anniversary promo, Eustace is voiced by Creator/TomKenny.

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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; retired; despite this, audio of Wilson was still used when Eustace said his more common lines, laughed, or screamed (the difference was very noticeable). In the 2014 special, Anderson was replaced by none other than Creator/WallaceShawn (who [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent didn't even try to give Eustace a Scottish accent, impersonate Wilson, using his normal voice instead]]; by comparison, Muriel's voice actress, Thea White, was able to flawlessly recreate her original voice). For Cartoon Network's 20th anniversary promo, Eustace is voiced by Creator/TomKenny. And it's been stated that if the show ever gets brought back, Creator/BrianDoyleMurray will helm the role due to Anderson's passing.
31st Oct '17 11:37:08 AM omnicritic
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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.

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* WordOfGod: One of the few oddities John Dilworth willingly explained was the hole in 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.
24th Oct '17 9:34:14 PM Juneberries
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** After the show completed its four-season, 52-episode run (typical for most cartoon series on cable networks such as Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon), many fans petitioned for a continuation, which both the network and John R. Dilworth considered, but ultimately, Dilworth decided not to continue with any further episodes or seasons. On the same token, a (possibly theatrical) movie was confirmed to be in the works, however, it never came to fruition.

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** After the show completed its four-season, 52-episode run (typical for most cartoon series on cable networks such as Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon), many fans petitioned for a continuation, which both the network and John R. Dilworth considered, but ultimately, Dilworth decided not to continue with any further episodes or continued seasons. On the same token, a (possibly theatrical) movie was confirmed to be in the works, however, it never came to fruition.



*** And now as of 2014 [[http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Courage-Cowardly-Dog-Season-2/20069 Season 2 is set to be released in October, just in time for Halloween.]]

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*** And now as ** See AdoredByTheNetwork above. As of 2014 [[http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Courage-Cowardly-Dog-Season-2/20069 Season 2 2016, the ''entire'' series is set to be released in October, just in time for Halloween.]]now available on DVD. Which, apart from ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'', is more than most Cartoon Cartoons can say.
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