History Trivia / VeggieTales

21st Jun '18 1:00:14 PM hipsterelephant
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* ShallowParody: As one of the more mainstream Christian shows out there, it is occasionally the target of these. WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether's is, perhaps unsurprisingly, one of the shallower ones [[FelonyMisdemeanor (the veggies even have arms!)]], while WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons came out with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CwBfDdzv4F0 a pretty good one.]]
15th Jun '18 2:09:37 PM ChristianTropes33
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** This one is more of an example of "Adored by the Jonathan." ''The Star of Christmas'' is arguably Lifehouse Film's favorite episode (Lifehouse Film Jonathaned VeggieTales in Germany) to the point where it got its own CD and book, unlike all the other episodes.

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** This one is more of an example of "Adored by the Jonathan.Distributor." ''The Star of Christmas'' is arguably Lifehouse Film's favorite episode (Lifehouse Film Jonathaned distributed VeggieTales in Germany) to the point where it got its own CD and book, unlike all the other episodes.
15th Jun '18 2:09:17 PM ChristianTropes33
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** This one is more of an example of "Adored by the Distributor." ''The Star of Christmas'' is arguably Lifehouse Film's favorite episode (Lifehouse Film distributed VeggieTales in Germany) to the point where it got its own CD and book, unlike all the other episodes.

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** This one is more of an example of "Adored by the Distributor.Jonathan." ''The Star of Christmas'' is arguably Lifehouse Film's favorite episode (Lifehouse Film distributed Jonathaned VeggieTales in Germany) to the point where it got its own CD and book, unlike all the other episodes.
15th Jun '18 10:11:50 AM Jteka9870
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** This one is more of an example of "Adored by the Distributor." ''The Star of Christmas'' is arguably Lifehouse Film's favorite episode (Lifehouse Film distributed VeggieTales in Germany) to the point where it got its own CD and book, unlike all other episodes.

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** This one is more of an example of "Adored by the Distributor." ''The Star of Christmas'' is arguably Lifehouse Film's favorite episode (Lifehouse Film distributed VeggieTales in Germany) to the point where it got its own CD and book, unlike all the other episodes.
15th Jun '18 9:49:11 AM Jteka9870
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** This one is more of an example of "Adored by the Distributor." ''The Star of Christmas'' is arguably Lifehouse Film's favorite episode (Lifehouse Film produced VeggieTales in Germany) to the point where it got its own CD and book, unlike all other episodes.

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** This one is more of an example of "Adored by the Distributor." ''The Star of Christmas'' is arguably Lifehouse Film's favorite episode (Lifehouse Film produced distributed VeggieTales in Germany) to the point where it got its own CD and book, unlike all other episodes.
15th Jun '18 9:46:30 AM ChristianTropes33
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** This one is more of an example of "Adored by the Distributor." ''The Star of Christmas'' is arguably Lifehouse Film's favorite episode (Lifehouse Film produced VeggieTales in Germany) to the point where it got its own CD and book, unlike all other episodes.
13th Jun '18 8:49:10 PM ThomasVeggieDramaFan
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** ''The Toy That Saved Christmas'' also had a troubled production, due to being another ambitious episode and having a very set-in-stone deadline (since you can't ship a Christmas special late). Not only did the episode end up ChristmasRushed, the air conditioning broke at the headquarters just in the wake of a heat wave hitting Chicago. Phil Vischer was bed-ridden afterwards for almost two months as well due to bacteria in his heart. This was one of the few cases where the team was unsatisfied with the episode's original end result, and the following year they went back and re-animated a lot of the scenes, creating a second version of the show that was overall much cleaner than the original. [[FanNickname Fans dub the two versions as the "old animation" and the "new animation".]]

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** ''The Toy That Saved Christmas'' also had a troubled production, due to being another ambitious episode and having a very set-in-stone deadline (since you can't ship a Christmas special late). Not only did the episode end up ChristmasRushed, the air conditioning broke at the headquarters just in the wake of a heat wave hitting Chicago. Phil Vischer was bed-ridden afterwards for almost two months as well due to bacteria in his heart. It was so close to the deadline once production of the show had wrapped that one of the employees had to be flown down to Dallas, TX with a copy of the show in-hand to give to the tape duplicator because (in Robert Ellis' own words) "[=FedEx=] wasn't fast enough!". This was one of the few cases where the team was unsatisfied with the episode's original end result, and the following year they went back and re-animated a lot of the scenes, creating a second version of the show that was overall much cleaner than the original. [[FanNickname Fans dub the two versions as the "old animation" and the "new animation".]]
3rd Jun '18 8:02:18 PM ChristianTropes33
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** Plenty of dubs are this trope. This includes dubs like Zelenjavčki (Slovenian), Povrtnići (Croatian), and Zöldségmesék (Hungarian).

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** Plenty of dubs are this trope. This includes dubs like Zelenjavčki (Slovenian), ΚηποΦατσούλες (Greek), Povrtnići (Croatian), and Zöldségmesék (Hungarian).
26th May '18 6:05:51 PM ChristianTropes33
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** Not only that, the show was also dubbed two times into Latin Spanish. The first dub was done in Chile by DINT Doblajes Internacionales during 1996-1997/2004, while the second dub was done by HCJB - Televozandes in Ecuador and by BVI Communications, Inc. in Miami from 2006-2008.

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** Not only that, the show was also dubbed two times into Latin Spanish. The first dub was done in Chile by DINT Doblajes Internacionales during 1996-1997/2004, 1996-1997, while the second dub was done by HCJB - Televozandes in Ecuador and by BVI Communications, Inc. in Miami from 2006-2008.
18th May '18 9:13:11 AM Jteka9870
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* DuelingDubs: The show was dubbed into Brazilian Portuguese three times. The original dub was done by Audio News in 1997, while the second dub was done by the same studio around 1999-2006, and the third and current dub was made by Herbert Richers during 2007-2008.
** Not only that, the show was also dubbed two times into Spanish. The first dub was done in Chile by DINT Doblajes Internacionales, while the second dub was done by TVCB - Televozandes in Ecuador and by BVI Communications, Inc. from 2007-2008.

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* DuelingDubs: The show was dubbed into Brazilian Portuguese three times. The original dub was done by Audio News in 1997, during 1996-1997, while the second dub was done by the same studio around 1999-2006, and the third and current dub was made by Herbert Richers during 2007-2008.
** Not only that, the show was also dubbed two times into Latin Spanish. The first dub was done in Chile by DINT Doblajes Internacionales, Internacionales during 1996-1997/2004, while the second dub was done by TVCB HCJB - Televozandes in Ecuador and by BVI Communications, Inc. in Miami from 2007-2008.2006-2008.
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