History Trivia / TinyToonAdventures

9th Nov '17 11:42:51 AM Vukdrazic
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* StarMakingRole: The Venezuelan Spanish dub deserves a special mention: Not only it was this for the voice actors themselves, the whole series was also for the '''entire voice-acting industry''' of Venezuela. Previously of this series, Venezuelan dubs were in the SoBadItsGood territories. The outstanding perfomance of the cast caused Creator/WarnerBros to entirely dubbing almost all their animated series (Excluding anything related with the Franchise/LooneyTunes and also ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock''[[note]]Albeit in this case, it was dubbed in Mexico due to a nationwide strike against the late president Hugo Chavez.[[/note]]) in Latin America in Venezuela rather than Mexico.

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* StarMakingRole: The Venezuelan Spanish dub deserves a special mention: Not only it was this for the voice actors themselves, the whole series was also for the '''entire voice-acting voice acting industry''' of Venezuela. Previously of this series, Venezuelan dubs were in the SoBadItsGood territories. The outstanding perfomance of the cast caused Creator/WarnerBros to entirely dubbing almost all their animated series (Excluding anything related with the Franchise/LooneyTunes and also ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock''[[note]]Albeit in this case, it was dubbed in Mexico due to a nationwide strike against the late president Hugo Chavez.[[/note]]) in Latin America in Venezuela rather than Mexico.
9th Nov '17 11:41:32 AM Vukdrazic
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** Minor character Vinnie Deer was voiced by child actor Brian Mitchell in his debut in "Mr. Popular's Rules of Cool", for his cameo in "How I Spent My Vacation" he was voiced by Frank Welker.

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** Minor character Vinnie Deer was voiced by child Broadway actor Brian Stokes Mitchell in his debut in "Mr. Popular's Rules of Cool", but for his cameo in "How I Spent My Vacation" Vacation", he was voiced by Frank Welker.
6th Nov '17 8:16:42 PM KagSwirby
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** The manga ''Manga/Hellsing'' contains a character also named Montana Max.

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** The manga ''Manga/Hellsing'' ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' contains a character also named Montana Max.
6th Nov '17 8:16:13 PM KagSwirby
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** The manga ''Manga/Hellsing'' contains a character also named Montana Max.
11th Oct '17 5:16:56 PM cheril59
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** Hamton's dad, Wade Pig, was either voiced by Jonathan Winters ("How I Spent My Vacation") or by Creator/JoeAlaskey ("Hog-Wild Hamton", "Toons From the Crypt").

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** Hamton's dad, Wade Pig, was either was, in terms of production, voiced by Jonathan Winters in his debut appearance ("How I Spent My Vacation") or by Vacation"). Creator/JoeAlaskey ("Hog-Wild Hamton", "Toons From the Crypt").took over beginning with "Hog-Wild Hamton".
10th Oct '17 5:34:20 PM nombretomado
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* HeAlsoDid: Backstage Edition: BruceTimm was a character designer on this show before he did ''Batman: The Animated Series''. Elmyra and Montana Max in particular have a lot of Bruce Timm characteristics.

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* HeAlsoDid: Backstage Edition: BruceTimm Creator/BruceTimm was a character designer on this show before he did ''Batman: The Animated Series''. Elmyra and Montana Max in particular have a lot of Bruce Timm characteristics.
24th Sep '17 5:04:12 PM NWolfman
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Creator/JohnKricfalusi, Bob Camp and Jim Smith wrote a Halloween-themed episode of ''Tiny Toons'' titled "Hi, Spirits" while waiting for Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} to greenlight ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow''. It was never finished as a ''Tiny Toons'' episode, but [[http://www.thadkomorowski.com/2010/04/the-tiny-toon-that-got-rejected-and-became-a-ren-stimpy/ Spumco remade it as the ''Ren & Stimpy'' episode "Haunted House"]]. The idea would later be reworked on ''Tiny Toons'' as the short "Boo Ha Ha". [[note]]John K. reportedly had [[CreativeDifferences a very bad relationship with the show's staff]] and would famously blast the show once it became more popular, later doing the same to ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' [[ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch purely as vendetta]].[[/note]]

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Creator/JohnKricfalusi, Bob Camp and Jim Smith wrote a Halloween-themed episode of ''Tiny Toons'' titled "Hi, Spirits" while waiting for Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} to greenlight ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow''. It was never finished as a ''Tiny Toons'' episode, but [[http://www.thadkomorowski.com/2010/04/the-tiny-toon-that-got-rejected-and-became-a-ren-stimpy/ Spumco remade it as the ''Ren & Stimpy'' episode "Haunted House"]]. The idea would later be reworked on ''Tiny Toons'' as the short "Boo Ha Ha". [[note]]John [[note]]''R&S'' creator John K. reportedly had [[CreativeDifferences a very bad relationship with the show's staff]] and would famously blast the show once it became more popular, later doing the same to ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' (under [[AlanSmithee the pseudonym]] Tom Payne, "animator and historian") [[ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch purely as vendetta]].[[/note]]
31st Aug '17 3:39:45 AM Doug86
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** ''The Buster Bunny Bunch'': Creator/NobuoTomizawa; Creator/NakamuraProductions (most of it), KyotoAnimation (some of the Key Animation and In-Between Animation) and Creator/MizoPlanning (lite Key Animation and some In-Between Animation).

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** ''The Buster Bunny Bunch'': Creator/NobuoTomizawa; Creator/NakamuraProductions (most of it), KyotoAnimation Creator/KyotoAnimation (some of the Key Animation and In-Between Animation) and Creator/MizoPlanning (lite Key Animation and some In-Between Animation).



** ''What Makes Toons Tick'': Teiichi Takiguchi (bridging material), Hisao Yokobori (shorts); KyotoAnimation (lite Key Animation and some In-Between Animation in the first piece of bridging material, the rest of it and all 3 shorts are done in house).

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** ''What Makes Toons Tick'': Teiichi Takiguchi (bridging material), Hisao Yokobori (shorts); KyotoAnimation Creator/KyotoAnimation (lite Key Animation and some In-Between Animation in the first piece of bridging material, the rest of it and all 3 shorts are done in house).
24th Jul '17 2:21:42 AM PaulA
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* TheOtherDarrin: Buster's voice actor was changed from CharlieAdler (who quit after being rejected for a role on ''Animaniacs'') to John Kassir (the voice behind The Cryptkeeper for the live-action HBO series ''TalesFromTheCrypt'', the cartoon series ''Tales from the Cryptkeeper'' that started out on ABC, then {{channel hop}}ped to CBS, and the game show ''Secrets of the Cryptkeeper's Haunted House'', which aired on CBS around the same time the cartoon series was revived and changed for CBS) for "It's a Wonderful Tiny Toons Christmas Special", "The Return of Batduck", "Spring Break Special", and "Night Ghoulery," as well as the second halves of both "The Horror of Slumber Party Mountain" and "Best of Buster Day."

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* TheOtherDarrin: Buster's voice actor was changed from CharlieAdler Creator/CharlieAdler (who quit after being rejected for a role on ''Animaniacs'') to John Kassir (the voice behind The Cryptkeeper for the live-action HBO series ''TalesFromTheCrypt'', ''Series/TalesFromTheCrypt'', the cartoon series ''Tales from the Cryptkeeper'' ''WesternAnimation/TalesFromTheCryptkeeper'' that started out on ABC, then {{channel hop}}ped to CBS, and the game show ''Secrets of the Cryptkeeper's Haunted House'', which aired on CBS around the same time the cartoon series was revived and changed for CBS) for "It's a Wonderful Tiny Toons Christmas Special", "The Return of Batduck", "Spring Break Special", and "Night Ghoulery," as well as the second halves of both "The Horror of Slumber Party Mountain" and "Best of Buster Day."
1st Jul '17 3:36:12 PM Mario1995
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** The "Tiny Toons Spring Break Special" aired once on FOX in March 1994 and remained unseen for over 20 years until the Hub Network picked up the series. Supposedly the reasoning for this was music licensing issues (the special contains ''huge'' amounts of song parodies).
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