History WMG / RobinHood

12th Sep '15 10:10:20 AM StFan
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* A bit of FridgeLogic[=/=]FridgeHorror courtesy of TheCartoonHistoryOfTheUniverse:

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* A bit of FridgeLogic[=/=]FridgeHorror courtesy of TheCartoonHistoryOfTheUniverse:''ComicBook/TheCartoonHistoryOfTheUniverse'':



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11th Aug '15 7:00:59 PM Kimarous
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For the [[Series/RobinHood BBC series]] or otherwise.

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[[WMG: If Guy of Gisbourne had appeared in [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon the Disney version]], he'd have been a cat.]]

It's well-known that elements of Disney's ''Disney/RobinHood'' were based on ''Reynard the Fox''. Robin is Reynard himself, the Sheriff is Isengrim the Wolf, Richard (or John) is King Leo, Friar Tuck is Grimbard the Badger ("the holy Grimbard, who had always led a hermit's life") and so on. In ''Reynard'', Tibert the Cat is as cunning as Reynard, and while he initially speaks in Reynard's defence, he soon becomes one of his opponents. He is a good choice for Gisbourne, often presented as Robin's EvilCounterpart.






[[WMG: In Disney's ''Disney/RobinHood'', all the reptilian characters are analogous to people of color, being considered a different "ethnicity" of animal.]]
We only see four reptiles in the movie- Sir Hiss, a crocodile Captain, Toby, and Toby's father. Sir Hiss's background music take some cues from Indian snake charmers, and he takes a ridiculous amount of abuse from Prince John. While the rabbit children play with Toby, they casually make fun of him. If the mammals view the reptiles as a different ethnicity, this explains why Sir Hiss and Toby still hang around- it's much the same everywhere else in Animal England.
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[[WMG: If Guy of Gisbourne had appeared in [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon the Disney version]], he'd have been a cat.]]
It's well-known that elements of Disney's ''Disney/RobinHood'' were based on ''Reynard the Fox''. Robin is Reynard himself, the Sheriff is Isengrim the Wolf, Richard (or John) is King Leo, Friar Tuck is Grimbard the Badger ("the holy Grimbard, who had always led a hermit's life") and so on. In ''Reynard'', Tibert the Cat is as cunning as Reynard, and while he initially speaks in Reynard's defence, he soon becomes one of his opponents. He is a good choice for Gisbourne, often presented as Robin's EvilCounterpart.

[[WMG: In Disney's ''Disney/RobinHood'', all the reptilian characters are analogous to people of color, being considered a different "ethnicity" of animal.]]
We only see four reptiles in the movie- Sir Hiss, a crocodile Captain, Toby, and Toby's father. Sir Hiss's background music take some cues from Indian snake charmers, and he takes a ridiculous amount of abuse from Prince John. While the rabbit children play with Toby, they casually make fun of him. If the mammals view the reptiles as a different ethnicity, this explains why Sir Hiss and Toby still hang around- it's much the same everywhere else in Animal England.
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9th Jul '15 4:05:23 AM StFan
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As another nod to TheJungleBook, where Little John is obviously Baloo, Sir Hiss is supposed to be Kaa, the Vultures are similar to the Vultures in that movie, the Elephants looking similar to Indian Elephants instead of African ones, and the Sheriff of Nottingham looking like one of the wolves from the Jungle Book, I believe that Saladin the Great, the Muslim Commander of the 3rd Crusade and the first Sultan of the Ayyubid Dynasty (That ruled Egypt and Syria), would be an Orangutan, and would look similar to King Louis, although I don't think he'd have the same voice.

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As another nod to TheJungleBook, ''Disney/TheJungleBook'', where Little John is obviously Baloo, Sir Hiss is supposed to be Kaa, the Vultures are similar to the Vultures in that movie, the Elephants looking similar to Indian Elephants instead of African ones, and the Sheriff of Nottingham looking like one of the wolves from the ''The Jungle Book, Book'', I believe that Saladin the Great, the Muslim Commander of the 3rd Crusade and the first Sultan of the Ayyubid Dynasty (That (that ruled Egypt and Syria), would be an Orangutan, and would look similar to King Louis, although I don't think he'd have the same voice.
22nd Jun '15 1:51:04 PM dotchan
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'''Narrator''': I've always wondered how much of the money (that Robin robbed from the rich) went to pay for Richard's ransom...

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--> '''Narrator''': I've always wondered how much of the money (that Robin robbed from the rich) went to pay for Richard's ransom...
22nd Jun '15 1:50:38 PM dotchan
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'''Narrator''': I've always wondered how much of the money (that Robin robbed from the rich) went to pay for Richard's ransom...
5th Jun '15 2:19:32 AM erforce
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[[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Robin Hood]] and ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' are both shot "live" in a world similar to [[WhoFramedRogerRabbit Who Framed Roger Rabbit]], where characters like Baloo and Little John, or Kaa and Sir Hiss are the same actor in different movies.

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[[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Robin Hood]] and ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' are both shot "live" in a world similar to [[WhoFramedRogerRabbit [[Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit Who Framed Roger Rabbit]], where characters like Baloo and Little John, or Kaa and Sir Hiss are the same actor in different movies.

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10th Apr '15 7:00:17 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: If Guy of Gisbourne had appeared in [[DisneyAnimatedCanon the Disney version]], he'd have been a cat.]]

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[[WMG: If Guy of Gisbourne had appeared in [[DisneyAnimatedCanon [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon the Disney version]], he'd have been a cat.]]



[[WMG: In [[DisneyAnimatedCanon the Disney version]], Saladin the Great would be an Orangutan]]

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[[WMG: In [[DisneyAnimatedCanon [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon the Disney version]], Saladin the Great would be an Orangutan]]



[[WMG: The [[DisneyAnimatedCanon Disney version]] is the past of ''WesternAnimation/{{Talespin}}'', not ''Disney/TheJungleBook'']]

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[[WMG: The [[DisneyAnimatedCanon [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disney version]] is the past of ''WesternAnimation/{{Talespin}}'', not ''Disney/TheJungleBook'']]



[[WMG: The [[DisneyAnimatedCanon Disney version]] is done live action with cartoon actors.]]
[[DisneyAnimatedCanon Robin Hood]] and ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' are both shot "live" in a world similar to [[WhoFramedRogerRabbit Who Framed Roger Rabbit]], where characters like Baloo and Little John, or Kaa and Sir Hiss are the same actor in different movies.

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[[WMG: The [[DisneyAnimatedCanon [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disney version]] is done live action with cartoon actors.]]
[[DisneyAnimatedCanon [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Robin Hood]] and ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' are both shot "live" in a world similar to [[WhoFramedRogerRabbit Who Framed Roger Rabbit]], where characters like Baloo and Little John, or Kaa and Sir Hiss are the same actor in different movies.
3rd Feb '15 1:42:02 AM DGFletcher
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[[WMG: The [[DisneyAnimatedCanon Disney version]] is done live action with cartoon actors.]]
[[DisneyAnimatedCanon Robin Hood]] and ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' are both shot "live" in a world similar to [[WhoFramedRogerRabbit Who Framed Roger Rabbit]], where characters like Baloo and Little John, or Kaa and Sir Hiss are the same actor in different movies.
16th Apr '14 1:23:07 AM maxwellsilver
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[[WMG: The [[DisneyAnimatedCanon Disney version]] is the past of ''WesternAnimation{{Talespin}}'', not ''Disney/TheJungleBook'']]

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[[WMG: The [[DisneyAnimatedCanon Disney version]] is the past of ''WesternAnimation{{Talespin}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Talespin}}'', not ''Disney/TheJungleBook'']]
16th Apr '14 1:22:37 AM maxwellsilver
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[[WMG: The [[DisneyAnimatedCanon Disney version]] is the past of ''WesternAnimation{{Talespin}}'', not ''Disney/TheJungleBook'']]
It can't be in the same universe of ''Jungle Book'' because humans exist and animals act more like animals there, while in ''Talespin'' everyone is an anthropomorphic animal and wears clothes.
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