History WebVideo / FranceFive

28th Jul '17 12:07:09 PM StFan
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* CaptainEthnic: But played for laughs. The themes for the heroes' powers and mecha are silly French stereotypes like cheese, wine, baguettes, and fsahion.

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* CaptainEthnic: CaptainGeographic: But played for laughs. The themes for the heroes' powers and mecha are silly French stereotypes like cheese, wine, baguettes, and fsahion.fashion.
28th Jul '17 9:35:32 AM starofjusticev21
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* CaptainEthnic: But played for laughs. The themes for the heroes' powers and mecha are silly French stereotypes like cheese, wine, baguettes, and fsahion.
15th Jan '17 8:59:51 AM StFan
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!!''France Five'' provides examples of the following tropes:

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!!''France Five'' provides examples of the following tropes:
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* {{Excited Episode Title}}: As part of being a ''Sentai'' homage.

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* {{Excited Episode Title}}: ExcitedTitleTwoPartEpisodeName: As part of being a ''Sentai'' homage.
15th Jan '17 8:25:07 AM VampireBuddha
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* {{Excited Episode Title}}: As part of being a ''Sentai'' homage.
18th Jul '16 6:54:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy:
** Warduke in the fourth episode.
** Episode 4 is when the villains in general start getting savvy. Rather than coming up with some roundabout way to allow an invasion by hypnotizing tourists or some such thing, Zakaral sneaks some big guns to Earth and uses them to just blow up the thing keeping the bulk of their armies out.[[spoiler: It works.]]
19th Jan '16 5:58:41 AM starofjusticev21
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->''France Five! En garde!''
15th Jan '16 2:39:13 PM StFan
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* AffectionateParody: Very much so. The show can't be said to really "mock" {{Sentai}}, but rather follows every trope of the genre quite faithfully. The humor comes from the decalage of setting a Sentai in France.

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* AffectionateParody: Very much so. The show can't be said to really "mock" {{Sentai}}, but rather follows every trope of the genre quite faithfully. The humor comes from the decalage incongruity of setting a Sentai in France.



* CallingYourAttacks [[PunnyName with Punny]] [[ThemeNaming Theme Name]]:

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* CallingYourAttacks CallingYourAttacks: [[PunnyName with With Punny]] [[ThemeNaming Theme Name]]:



* EvolutionaryRetcon: Several costumes were upgraded over the series. Namely, Margarine, the France Five suits, and France Robo itself.
** The Episode 1 costumes reappear in flashbacks during Episodes 3 and 6, explained away as prototypes for the current models which now have always been there.

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* EvolutionaryRetcon: Several costumes were upgraded over the series. Namely, Margarine, the France Five suits, and France Robo itself. \n** The Episode 1 costumes reappear in flashbacks during Episodes 3 and 6, explained away as prototypes for the current models which now have always been there.



* ShockAndAwe: Glou Man Chou's favorite way of punishing those who failed him, or smiting his foes.

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* ShockAndAwe: Glou Man Chou's favorite way of punishing those who failed him, or smiting his foes.foes, is with lightning.



** Before using France Robo's fencing thrust final attack in Episode 3, he quotes /Theatre/CyranoDeBergerac Cyrano De Bergerac:
-->'''Red''': To the envoi's end, I touch!

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** Before using France Robo's fencing thrust final attack in Episode 3, he quotes /Theatre/CyranoDeBergerac Cyrano De Bergerac:
-->'''Red''': To
''Theatre/CyranoDeBergerac'':
--->'''Red:''' At
the envoi's end, I touch!



** Speaking of which, the password to make the robots combine? ''alea jacta est'' (lit. "The Die Is Cast") - a regular catchphrase in ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}''.

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** Speaking of which, the password to make the robots combine? ''alea jacta est'' (lit. "The Die Is Cast") - -- a regular catchphrase in ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}''.



** For the ultimate full-circle, Glou Man Chou inadvertently quotes the french narration to BattleOfThePlanets. Which is the first International adaptation of ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman. Which is considered to be the ultimate forerunner of the Super Sentai franchise.

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** For the ultimate full-circle, Glou Man Chou inadvertently quotes the french narration to BattleOfThePlanets. ''Anime/BattleOfThePlanets''. Which is the first International adaptation of ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman. ''Anime/ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman''. Which is considered to be the ultimate forerunner of the Super Sentai ''Super Sentai'' franchise.



* WolverineClaws: Cancrelax's (Freddy Claws, more accurately).

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* WolverineClaws: Cancrelax's (Freddy Claws, Cancrelax has a Freddy Claw, more accurately).accurately. Although being the EvilGenius, he's never seen using it in a fight.



15th Jan '16 7:24:27 AM Gaijinder
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** For the ultimate full-circle, Glou Man Chou inadvertently quotes the french narration to BattleOfThePlanets, the adaptation of ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman which considered to be the ultimate forerunner of the Super Sentai franchie.

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** For the ultimate full-circle, Glou Man Chou inadvertently quotes the french narration to BattleOfThePlanets, BattleOfThePlanets. Which is the first International adaptation of ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman which ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman. Which is considered to be the ultimate forerunner of the Super Sentai franchie.franchise.
15th Jan '16 7:22:43 AM Gaijinder
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** #4 is when the villains in general start getting savvy. Rather than coming up with some roundabout way to allow an invasion by hypnotizing tourists or some such thing, Zakaral sneaks some big guns to Earth and uses them to just blow up the thing keeping the bulk of their armies out.

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** #4 Episode 4 is when the villains in general start getting savvy. Rather than coming up with some roundabout way to allow an invasion by hypnotizing tourists or some such thing, Zakaral sneaks some big guns to Earth and uses them to just blow up the thing keeping the bulk of their armies out.[[spoiler: It works.]]



* EvolutionaryRetcon: Several costumes were upgraded over the series. Namely, Margarine, the France Five suits, and France Robo itself. The episode 1 costumes reappear in flashbacks during episodes 3 and 6, explained away as prototypes for the current models which now have always been there.

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* EvolutionaryRetcon: Several costumes were upgraded over the series. Namely, Margarine, the France Five suits, and France Robo itself.
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The episode Episode 1 costumes reappear in flashbacks during episodes Episodes 3 and 6, explained away as prototypes for the current models which now have always been there.



* GratuitousEnglish: In several places, such as [[CallingYourAttacks calling their attacks]] and when doing their version of the [[Series/HimitsuSentaiGoranger Goranger Storm]] in episode 3.

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* GratuitousEnglish: In several places, such as [[CallingYourAttacks calling their attacks]] and when doing their version of the [[Series/HimitsuSentaiGoranger Goranger Storm]] in episode Episode 3.



* HeadBob: The France Five in armor, yet another stapple of Sentai.

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* HeadBob: The France Five in armor, yet another stapple staple of Sentai.



* JustEatGilligan: The standard one of these for Sentai series -- why the BigBad doesn't send all his monsters at once -- is parodically justified. The Eiffel Tower projects a force field around planet Earth, meaning that the BigBad can only send small squadrons of troops to Earth at a time, including a monster, some Panous-Panous and his two lieutenants.

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* JustEatGilligan: The standard one of these for Sentai series -- why the BigBad doesn't send all his monsters at once -- is parodically justified. The Eiffel Tower projects a force field around planet Earth, meaning that the BigBad can only send small squadrons of troops to Earth at a time, including a monster, some Panous-Panous and his two lieutenants.



** [[spoiler:France Robo's appearance in episode 6]] is a complete homage to the launch sequence of ''Anime/MazingerZ''.
** When Red's seat moves down after the robots combine in episode 6, it looks remarkably similar to Duke's seat doing the same when he'd activate [[Anime/UFORoboGrendizer Grendizer]] (probably more appropriate to say... [[CompletelyDifferentTitle Goldorak]]).
** Also, the password to make the robots combine is ''alea jacta est'', a regular catchphrase in ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}''.
** Also in the climax of episode 6, there are several nods to episodes 5 and 6 of ''Anime/GunBuster''.

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** Before using France Robo's fencing thrust final attack in Episode 3, he quotes /Theatre/CyranoDeBergerac Cyrano De Bergerac:
-->'''Red''': To the envoi's end, I touch!
** [[spoiler:France Robo's appearance in episode Episode 6]] is a complete homage to the launch sequence of ''Anime/MazingerZ''.
** When Red's seat cockpit moves down after the robots combine big robot combination in episode Episode 6, it looks remarkably similar to Duke's seat doing the same Duke Freed's "Chute In" sequence from when he'd activate [[Anime/UFORoboGrendizer Grendizer]] (probably more appropriate to say... [[CompletelyDifferentTitle Goldorak]]).
** Also, Speaking of which, the password to make the robots combine is combine? ''alea jacta est'', est'' (lit. "The Die Is Cast") - a regular catchphrase in ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}''.
** Also in the climax The final battle of episode 6, there are Episode 6 has several visual nods to episodes Episodes 5 and 6 of ''Anime/GunBuster''.''Anime/GunBuster''.
** For the ultimate full-circle, Glou Man Chou inadvertently quotes the french narration to BattleOfThePlanets, the adaptation of ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman which considered to be the ultimate forerunner of the Super Sentai franchie.
8th Jan '16 9:49:34 AM TheUnsquished
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* BlessedAreTheCheesemakers: Red Fromage
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