History Trivia / DragonTales

13th Apr '18 7:31:52 AM mimitchi33
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* CastingGag: In the Japanese dub, Cassie is voiced by Creator/RieTanaka, who already voiced [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED girls]] [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDDestiny related]] [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime with the color pink]]. The same goes as well with her English voice actress as well, albeit only related with Lacus.

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* AdoredByTheNetwork: PBS loved this show. They promoted it a lot and also gave it both a morning and afternoon timeslot when it first aired. Even after it was cancelled in 2005, it always held a prominent spot in their morning preschool lineup, only getting dropped in 2010 to make room for ''WesternAnimation/TheCatInTheHatKnowsALotAboutThat''.
* CastingGag: In the Japanese dub, Cassie is voiced by Creator/RieTanaka, who already voiced [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED girls]] [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDDestiny related]] associated]] [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime with the the]] [[Anime/FutariWaPrettyCureMaxHeart color pink]]. The same goes as well with her English voice actress as well, albeit only related with Lacus.
18th Mar '18 8:21:08 AM mimitchi33
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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: The show is one of three Sesame Workshop series not to air on Creator/{{HBO}} (the other two being ''WesternAnimation/SagwaTheChineseSiameseCat'' and ''Series/BigBag'' due to legal issues involving the rights to the songs in the ''Dragon Tunes'' segments (and most likely Sony's involvement). This problem was averted when Netflix had the show, as they split the stories into individual segments.

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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: The show is one of three Sesame Workshop series not to air on Creator/{{HBO}} (the [[note]] the other two being ''WesternAnimation/SagwaTheChineseSiameseCat'' due to the rights now belonging to Cinelume and ''Series/BigBag'' because it used cartoons from around the world in between the puppet segments.[[/note]] due to legal issues involving the rights to the songs in the ''Dragon Tunes'' segments (and most likely Sony's involvement). This problem was averted when Netflix had the show, as they split the stories into individual segments.
15th Mar '18 11:42:50 AM mimitchi33
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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: The show is the only Sesame Workshop series not to air on Creator/{{HBO}} due to legal issues involving the rights to the songs in the ''Dragon Tunes'' segments (and most likely Sony's involvement). This problem was averted when Netflix had the show, as they split the stories into individual segments.

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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: The show is the only one of three Sesame Workshop series not to air on Creator/{{HBO}} (the other two being ''WesternAnimation/SagwaTheChineseSiameseCat'' and ''Series/BigBag'' due to legal issues involving the rights to the songs in the ''Dragon Tunes'' segments (and most likely Sony's involvement). This problem was averted when Netflix had the show, as they split the stories into individual segments.
7th Mar '18 11:57:08 AM Mikeyfan93
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork - Screwed by [=RTM1=] in Malaysia. Only season 1 made it through, and even then it was frequently pre-empted, and when they cut to commercials, they did not pause the master tape, causing scenes to go missing.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork - ScrewedByTheNetwork: Screwed by [=RTM1=] in Malaysia. Only season 1 made it through, and even then it was frequently pre-empted, and when they cut to commercials, they did not pause the master tape, causing scenes to go missing.
18th Feb '18 11:16:30 AM nombretomado
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: While a number of official DVD releases are available, there was never a complete series release. Which means that even if you shell out for every official DVD, you'll still be missing quite a bit of the show. January 2013 saw the show made available on Netflix Instant Streaming, [[NoExportForYou which is still of no help]] [[RegionCoding to those living outside the US]]. Because when Netflix went global in 2016, the show didn't follow and isn't available on Netflix in a lot of countries.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: While a number of official DVD releases are available, there was never a complete series release. Which means that even if you shell out for every official DVD, you'll still be missing quite a bit of the show. January 2013 saw the show made available on Netflix Instant Streaming, [[NoExportForYou which is still of no help]] [[RegionCoding [[UsefulNotes/RegionCoding to those living outside the US]]. Because when Netflix went global in 2016, the show didn't follow and isn't available on Netflix in a lot of countries.
10th Feb '18 10:20:54 PM MrEightThreeOne
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* TheResolutionWillNotBeIdentified: Aside from the TitleDrop to the show's name at the end and in spite of what the episode is called, "A Storybook Ending" plays out exactly like any other episode in the series. This is somewhat common among PBS Kids shows though.
25th Jan '18 9:13:33 PM JMQwilleran
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** An ad appearing in the June 9-5, 1997 issue of ''Variety'', over two years before the program's premiere, mentions the show along with several other Columbia [=TriStar=] programs that were in production at the time. However, it states "Join Blaze the Dragon and Max as they romp through an interactive musical adventure of sing-alongs and wordplay." There was never any character called "Blaze" on the show and while Max did end up being a major character on the show, he rode with the dragon Ord and no mention of him would be complete without also mentioning his older sister Emmy. Also, the show ultimately did not contain any interactive elements and songs were almost always limited to interstitial segments that didn't really have anything to do with the show's contents. The ad also depicts an image of a dragon that doesn't look like any seen on the show.

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** An [[https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KbQZPHpBvzftB6KQEieUhRg753pq9eVb/view?usp=sharing ad appearing appearing]] in the June 9-5, 1997 issue of ''Variety'', over two years before the program's premiere, mentions the show along with several other Columbia [=TriStar=] programs that were in production at the time. However, it states "Join Blaze the Dragon and Max as they romp through an interactive musical adventure of sing-alongs and wordplay." There was never any character called "Blaze" on the show and while Max did end up being a major character on the show, he rode with the dragon Ord and no mention of him would be complete without also mentioning his older sister Emmy. Also, the show ultimately did not contain any interactive elements and songs were almost always limited to interstitial segments that didn't really have anything to do with the show's contents. The ad also depicts an image of a dragon that doesn't look like any seen on the show.
25th Jan '18 5:58:32 PM themisterfree
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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: The show is the only Sesame Workshop series not to air on HBO due to legal issues involving the rights to the songs in the ''Dragon Tunes'' segments. This problem was averted when ''Netflix'' had the show, as they split the stories into individual segments.

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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: The show is the only Sesame Workshop series not to air on HBO Creator/{{HBO}} due to legal issues involving the rights to the songs in the ''Dragon Tunes'' segments. segments (and most likely Sony's involvement). This problem was averted when ''Netflix'' Netflix had the show, as they split the stories into individual segments.



** An ad appearing in the June 9-5, 1997 issue of ''Variety'', over two years before the program's premiere, mentions the show along with several other Columbia Tristar programs that were in production at the time. However, it states "Join Blaze the Dragon and Max as they romp through an interactive musical adventure of sing-alongs and wordplay." There was never any character called "Blaze" on the show and while Max did end up being a major character on the show, he rode with the dragon Ord and no mention of him would be complete without also mentioning his older sister Emmy. Also, the show ultimately did not contain any interactive elements and songs were almost always limited to interstitial segments that didn't really have anything to do with the show's contents. The ad also depicts an image of a dragon that doesn't look like any seen on the show.

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** An ad appearing in the June 9-5, 1997 issue of ''Variety'', over two years before the program's premiere, mentions the show along with several other Columbia Tristar [=TriStar=] programs that were in production at the time. However, it states "Join Blaze the Dragon and Max as they romp through an interactive musical adventure of sing-alongs and wordplay." There was never any character called "Blaze" on the show and while Max did end up being a major character on the show, he rode with the dragon Ord and no mention of him would be complete without also mentioning his older sister Emmy. Also, the show ultimately did not contain any interactive elements and songs were almost always limited to interstitial segments that didn't really have anything to do with the show's contents. The ad also depicts an image of a dragon that doesn't look like any seen on the show.
31st Dec '17 8:41:51 AM Excelsior123
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** In 2001, a special was aired on PBS entitled ''Parent Tales from Dragon Tales'', in which counselors helped five families by using footage from the show. It hasn't been aired again, and no footage has surfaced on the internet. Also counts as a LostEpisode, or should we say Lost Special?
18th Dec '17 7:15:53 PM ngh93
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*CrossdressingVoices: Unlike Max (voiced by Danny [=McKinnon=]), Enrique was voiced by female voice actress Aida Ortega.
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