History Trivia / KingKongEscapes

25th Apr '16 4:46:51 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Dr. Who's voice in the American dub is provided by legendary voice actor Creator/PaulFrees.
27th Jun '15 10:07:49 AM MarkLungo
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* NamesTheSame: Until recently, the villain's name was consistently transliterated as ''Series/DoctorWho'' but no relation implied to his more famous heroic counterpart (who really is not properly called Doctor Who but The Doctor). No one told anyone differently so it stuck. In fact, at the time of the film's release, Creator/TheBBC series was mostly unknown in North America. In recent years, the name has become transliterated as Dr. Hu, which assumedly was the original intent.

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* NamesTheSame: Until recently, the villain's name was consistently transliterated as ''Series/DoctorWho'' but no relation implied to his more famous heroic counterpart (who really is not properly called Doctor Who but The Doctor). No one told anyone differently so it stuck. In fact, at the time of the film's release, Creator/TheBBC series was mostly unknown in North America. In recent years, the name has become transliterated as Dr. Hu, which assumedly was the original intent. However, this theory ignores the fact that this Dr. was created by American writers for an initially American audience and made his debut in an English-language cartoon.
27th Jun '15 10:06:12 AM MarkLungo
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Dr. Who's voice in the American dub is provided by legendary voice actor PaulFrees.
* NamesTheSame: Until recently, the villain's name was consistently transliterated as ''Series/DoctorWho'' but no relation implied to his more famous heroic counterpart (who really is not properly called Doctor Who but The Doctor). No one told anyone differently so it stuck. In fact, at the time of the film's release, the BBC series was mostly unknown in North America. In recent years, the name has become transliterated as Dr. Hu, which assumedly was the original intent.
** The fact that the villain bears a slight resemblance to the William Hartnell incarnation may be more than a coincidence.

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* HeyItsThatVoice: Dr. Who's voice in the American dub is provided by legendary voice actor PaulFrees.
Creator/PaulFrees.
* NamesTheSame: Until recently, the villain's name was consistently transliterated as ''Series/DoctorWho'' but no relation implied to his more famous heroic counterpart (who really is not properly called Doctor Who but The Doctor). No one told anyone differently so it stuck. In fact, at the time of the film's release, the BBC Creator/TheBBC series was mostly unknown in North America. In recent years, the name has become transliterated as Dr. Hu, which assumedly was the original intent.
** The fact that the villain bears a slight resemblance to the William Hartnell Creator/WilliamHartnell incarnation may be more than a coincidence.coincidence.
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6th Apr '15 10:17:47 PM nombretomado
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* NamesTheSame: Until recently, the villain's name was consistently transliterated as DoctorWho but no relation implied to his more famous heroic counterpart (who really is not properly called Doctor Who but The Doctor). No one told anyone differently so it stuck. In fact, at the time of the film's release, the BBC series was mostly unknown in North America. In recent years, the name has become transliterated as Dr. Hu, which assumedly was the original intent.

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* NamesTheSame: Until recently, the villain's name was consistently transliterated as DoctorWho ''Series/DoctorWho'' but no relation implied to his more famous heroic counterpart (who really is not properly called Doctor Who but The Doctor). No one told anyone differently so it stuck. In fact, at the time of the film's release, the BBC series was mostly unknown in North America. In recent years, the name has become transliterated as Dr. Hu, which assumedly was the original intent.
8th Jul '14 11:10:57 AM maxwellelvis
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Dr. Who's voice in the American dub is provided by legendary voice actor PaulFrees.
29th Jun '13 4:00:16 AM erforce
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* NamesTheSame: Dr. Hu's name has been spelled in internationally releases as, well... Series/DoctorWho.
** The fact that the villain in this film bears a slight resemblance to the William Hartnell incarnation may be more than a coincidence.

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* NamesTheSame: Dr. Hu's Until recently, the villain's name was consistently transliterated as DoctorWho but no relation implied to his more famous heroic counterpart (who really is not properly called Doctor Who but The Doctor). No one told anyone differently so it stuck. In fact, at the time of the film's release, the BBC series was mostly unknown in North America. In recent years, the name has been spelled in internationally releases as, well... Series/DoctorWho.
become transliterated as Dr. Hu, which assumedly was the original intent.
** The fact that the villain in this film bears a slight resemblance to the William Hartnell incarnation may be more than a coincidence.
12th Dec '12 1:48:26 PM yahagishogo
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** The fact that the villain in this film bears a slight resemblance to the William Hartnell incarnation may be more than a coincidence.
7th Jul '12 11:48:24 AM KamenRiderOokalf
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* NamesTheSame: Dr. Hu's name has been spelled in internationally releases as, well...Series/DoctorWho.

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* NamesTheSame: Dr. Hu's name has been spelled in internationally releases as, well... Series/DoctorWho.
7th Jul '12 11:48:15 AM KamenRiderOokalf
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* NamesTheSame: Dr. Hu's name has been spelled in internationally releases as, well...Series/DoctorWho.
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