History WesternAnimation / AlfredJKwak

23rd May '16 4:26:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* IndyEscape: Alfred and Professor Paljas have to deal with a giant boulder threatening to crush them while exploring a pyramid.


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* SurpriseStairwell: When Alfred and Professor Paljas explore an Egyptian pyramid and get lost, they find themselves on a stairwell that suddenly turns into a slide. They manage to hold on thanks to Paljas' cane, but then they hear [[IndyEscape a rumbling sound approaching from above]].
17th May '16 10:02:02 AM CorvusAtrox
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** The German dub has Dolf's name as Kra and Pikkie's as Stibitzi.
30th Mar '16 3:31:43 AM Snicka
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* NationalAnimalStereotypes: The Egyptians are mainly represented by cats, due to the association between Ancient Egypt and cats.

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The Egyptians are mainly represented by cats, due to the association between Ancient Egypt and cats.cats.
** Dolf, the Adolf Hitler expy, is a German bird. While he is referred to as a crow, his crooked beak recalls the German Imperial Eagle.
29th Mar '16 3:10:28 AM Morgenthaler
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* KingIncognito: When Alfred and Professor Paljas visit one of Rameses' relatives in Egypt, they are also introduced to that man's granddaughter. She's later revealed to be the reigning Pharaoh.


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* NationalAnimalStereotypes: The Egyptians are mainly represented by cats, due to the association between Ancient Egypt and cats.


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* SundialWaypoint: In the Egypt episodes, the secret entry point to the Pharaoh's throne room in the pyramid is only visible at high noon when a mirror reflects the light.
28th Jan '16 5:16:38 PM TheAwesomeAutist
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*ScarfOfAsskicking: [[AllLovingHero While hardly a violent character]], the sheer amount of dangerous situations Alfred escapes while wearing his [[IconicItem signature red scarf]], he certainly qualifies.
28th Jan '16 4:30:29 PM TheAwesomeAutist
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->''"Dipping, bobbing, diving, Alfred's always thrivin, he seldom wears a frown. You'll never keep a good duck down."''

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->''"Dipping, bobbing, diving, Alfred's always thrivin, thriving, he seldom wears a frown. You'll never keep a good duck down."''
28th Jan '16 4:30:04 PM TheAwesomeAutist
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->''"Dipping, bobbing, diving, Alfred's always thriving. He seldom wears a frown. You'll never keep a good duck down."''

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->''"Dipping, bobbing, diving, Alfred's always thriving. He thrivin, he seldom wears a frown. You'll never keep a good duck down."''
28th Jan '16 4:27:51 PM TheAwesomeAutist
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[[caption-width-right:245:[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome I'll sing you the story of a duck...]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:245:[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome [[caption-width-right:350:[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome I'll sing you the story of a duck...]]]]
28th Jan '16 4:20:44 PM TheAwesomeAutist
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[[caption-width-right:245:[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome I'll sing you the story of a duck...]]]]

->''"Dipping, bobbing, diving, Alfred's always thriving. He seldom wears a frown. You'll never keep a good duck down."''
-->-- '''The [[TranslatedCoverVersion English]] theme song'''

12th Jan '16 10:41:49 PM Doug86
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* ShoutOut: The scene of Alfred flying through the night sky with the Chess Queen seems to be directly referencing the famous "Can You Read My Mind?" scene from the first ''{{Superman}}'' movie, right down to Alfred letting go, falling, and being caught by the Queen.

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* ShoutOut: The scene of Alfred flying through the night sky with the Chess Queen seems to be directly referencing the famous "Can You Read My Mind?" scene from [[Film/SupermanTheMovie the first ''{{Superman}}'' movie, Superman movie]], right down to Alfred letting go, falling, and being caught by the Queen.
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