History Trivia / ThreeLittlePigs

14th Apr '16 6:04:41 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatVoice: In the 1930s, Practical Pig and Zeke Wolf were voiced by Pinto Colvig and Billy Bletcher, the original voices for [[ClassicDisneyShorts Goofy and Pete]], respectively. [[HilariousInHindsight Fittingly enough]], on ''HouseOfMouse'', the two were voiced by Goofy's and Pete's current voice actors, Bill Farmer and Creator/JimCummings.
23rd May '15 5:15:25 PM TonyG
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* HeyItsThatVoice: In the 1930s, Practical Pig and Zeke Wolf were voiced by Pinto Colvig and Billy Bletcher, the original voices for [[ClassicDisneyShorts Goofy and Pete]], respectively. [[HilariousInHindsight Fittingly enough]], on ''HouseOfMouse'', the two were voiced by Goofy's and Pete's current voice actors, Bill Farmer and Creator/JimCummings.

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* CrossDressingVoices: Fiddler and Fifer were voiced by women.
* HeyItsThatVoice: In the 1930s, Practical Pig and Zeke Wolf were voiced by Pinto Colvig and Billy Bletcher, the original voices for [[ClassicDisneyShorts Goofy and Pete]], respectively. [[HilariousInHindsight Fittingly enough]], on ''HouseOfMouse'', the two were voiced by Goofy's and Pete's current voice actors, Bill Farmer and Creator/JimCummings.Creator/JimCummings.
* RecursiveAdaptation: The "Li'l Bad Wolf" short on ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' adapts the characters' comic stories, which, of course, follow up the 1930s shorts.
10th Apr '15 6:45:13 PM Angeldeb82
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* {{Bowdlerization}}: In the original cut, the Wolf disguises himself as a stereotypical Jewish peddler, complete with an AlterKocker Yiddish accent. In the reissue version (and on all versions that have been released by Disney), the Wolf was redrawn as a Fuller Brush man who says he's working his way through college. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXHfkWJyQDk Ironically, one edited version exists where the Wolf is dressed as a Jewish peddler, but doesn't have a stereotypical Yiddish accent]].

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* {{Bowdlerization}}: {{Bowdlerise}}: In the original cut, the Wolf disguises himself as a stereotypical Jewish peddler, complete with an AlterKocker Yiddish accent. In the reissue version (and on all versions that have been released by Disney), the Wolf was redrawn as a Fuller Brush man who says he's working his way through college. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXHfkWJyQDk Ironically, one edited version exists where the Wolf is dressed as a Jewish peddler, but doesn't have a stereotypical Yiddish accent]].
31st Dec '14 4:51:56 PM nombretomado
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* HeyItsThatVoice: In the 1930s, Practical Pig and Zeke Wolf were voiced by Pinto Colvig and Billy Bletcher, the original voices for [[ClassicDisneyShorts Goofy and Pete]], respectively. [[HilariousInHindsight Fittingly enough]], on ''HouseOfMouse'', the two were voiced by Goofy's and Pete's current voice actors, Bill Farmer and JimCummings.

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* HeyItsThatVoice: In the 1930s, Practical Pig and Zeke Wolf were voiced by Pinto Colvig and Billy Bletcher, the original voices for [[ClassicDisneyShorts Goofy and Pete]], respectively. [[HilariousInHindsight Fittingly enough]], on ''HouseOfMouse'', the two were voiced by Goofy's and Pete's current voice actors, Bill Farmer and JimCummings.Creator/JimCummings.
6th Jun '13 7:45:11 PM bunchacrunch
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* {{Bowdlerization}}: In the original cut, the Wolf disguises himself as a stereotypical Jewish peddler, complete with an AlterKocker Yiddish accent. In the reissue version (and on all versions that have been released by Disney), the Wolf was redrawn as a Fuller Brush man who says he's working his way through college. Ironically, one edited version exists where the Wolf is a Fuller Brush man, but has his Yiddish accent.

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* {{Bowdlerization}}: In the original cut, the Wolf disguises himself as a stereotypical Jewish peddler, complete with an AlterKocker Yiddish accent. In the reissue version (and on all versions that have been released by Disney), the Wolf was redrawn as a Fuller Brush man who says he's working his way through college. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXHfkWJyQDk Ironically, one edited version exists where the Wolf is dressed as a Fuller Brush man, Jewish peddler, but has his doesn't have a stereotypical Yiddish accent.accent]].
6th Jun '13 7:35:31 PM bunchacrunch
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*{{Bowdlerization}}: In the original cut, the Wolf disguises himself as a stereotypical Jewish peddler, complete with an AlterKocker Yiddish accent. In the reissue version (and on all versions that have been released by Disney), the Wolf was redrawn as a Fuller Brush man who says he's working his way through college. Ironically, one edited version exists where the Wolf is a Fuller Brush man, but has his Yiddish accent.
29th Jan '12 2:16:30 AM SeptimusHeap
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* {{Bowdlerize}}: In the original cut of the original short, the wolf attempts to gain access to Practical Pig's house by disguising himself as a Jewish peddler. After WorldWarII, however, the shots of his Jewish peddler disguise were reanimated to depict him as a Fuller Brush Man (sans the Jew-mask), albeit still with the original version's audio (thus he still speaks with the [[FunetikAksent Yiddish accent]]).
** Some TV airings of the short further excise this, by not only omitting his Jew-mask, but also dubbing the audio, so that he no longer has the aforementioned accent.
28th Jan '12 5:51:00 PM IPBram
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* {{Bowdlerize}}: In the original cut of the original short, the wolf attempts to gain access to Practical Pig's house by disguising himself as a Jewish peddler. After WorldWarII, however, the shots of his Jewish peddler disguise were reanimated to depict him as a Fuller Brush Man (sans the Jew-mask), albeit still with the original version's audio (thus he still speaks with the [[FunetikAksent Yiddish accent]]).
** Some TV airings of the short further excise this, by not only omitting his Jew-mask, but also dubbing the audio, so that he no longer has the aforementioned accent.
* HeyItsThatVoice: In the 1930s, Practical Pig and Zeke Wolf were voiced by Pinto Colvig and Billy Bletcher, the original voices for [[ClassicDisneyShorts Goofy and Pete]], respectively. [[HilariousInHindsight Fittingly enough]], on ''HouseOfMouse'', the two were voiced by Goofy's and Pete's current voice actors, Bill Farmer and JimCummings.
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