History WesternAnimation / AllegroNonTroppo

22nd Apr '16 8:07:36 AM AnotherGuy
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** Socialist Italy in TheSeventies wasn't a big fan of American capitalism, and it shows.
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7th Oct '15 4:01:40 PM Mikeyfan93
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* DeadAllAlong: The[[spoiler: cat at the end of "Valse Triste".]]

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* DeadAllAlong: The[[spoiler: cat The [[spoiler:cat at the end of "Valse Triste".]]



* HappyEnding:Parodied. Even though the words "HAPPY END" appear as the movie finishes, the actual conclusion of the movie feels more like a GainaxEnding.

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* HappyEnding:Parodied.HappyEnding: Parodied. Even though the words "HAPPY END" appear as the movie finishes, the actual conclusion of the movie feels more like a GainaxEnding.
7th Oct '15 3:59:39 PM Mikeyfan93
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'''Allegro Non Troppo''' (but there are tropes) is an Italian animated film functioning as a parody of Disney's ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}''. Like ''Fantasia'', ''Allegro Non Troppo'' melds classical music with animation, the sequences ranging from [[IntoxicationEnsues utterly bizarre]] to [[TearJerker depressing beyond belief]]. Between the pieces are short, sepia-tone, live-action shots of the orchestra and the animator. Pieces played in the film are:

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'''Allegro Non Troppo''' (but there are tropes) is an Italian animated film functioning as a parody of Disney's ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}''. Like ''Fantasia'', ''Allegro Non Troppo'' melds classical music with animation, the sequences ranging from [[IntoxicationEnsues utterly bizarre]] to [[TearJerker depressing beyond belief]]. Between the pieces are short, sepia-tone, live-action shots of the orchestra and the animator. Pieces played in the film are:
20th Sep '15 6:21:07 PM Conan776
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* ''Boléro'' by Music/MauriceRavel--Possibly he film's most famous sequence, where a soda bottle left on a wasteland creates an evolution of bizarre creatures in a parody of The Rite of Spring from ''Fantasia''. It was frequently used as filler on HBO in the 1980s (so the next movie would start at the top of the hour).

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* ''Boléro'' by Music/MauriceRavel--Possibly he the film's most famous sequence, where a soda bottle left on a wasteland creates an evolution of bizarre creatures in a parody of The Rite of Spring from ''Fantasia''. It was frequently used as filler on HBO in the 1980s (so the next movie would start at the top of the hour).
20th Sep '15 6:05:21 PM Conan776
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* ''Boléro'' by Music/MauriceRavel--Possibly the film's most famous sequence, where a soda bottle left on a wasteland creates an evolution of bizarre creatures in a parody of The Rite of Spring from ''Fantasia''.

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* ''Boléro'' by Music/MauriceRavel--Possibly the he film's most famous sequence, where a soda bottle left on a wasteland creates an evolution of bizarre creatures in a parody of The Rite of Spring from ''Fantasia''. It was frequently used as filler on HBO in the 1980s (so the next movie would start at the top of the hour).
20th Mar '15 3:26:31 PM petersohn
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* LettingTheAirOutOfTheBand: At the end of the scene with the monkey (after Bolero), the Director stops the "party" and we get this effect.
11th Mar '15 11:16:11 AM Patachou
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''Allegro Non Troppo'' (but there are tropes) is an Italian animated film functioning as a parody of Disney's ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}''. Like ''Fantasia'', ''Allegro Non Troppo'' melds classical music with animation, the sequences ranging from [[IntoxicationEnsues utterly bizarre]] to [[TearJerker depressing beyond belief]]. Between the pieces are short, sepia-tone, live-action shots of the orchestra and the animator. Pieces played in the film are:
* ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'' by Claude Debussy--A parody of Beethoven's Pastorale from ''Fantasia'', where an elderly faun tries to get a nymph for himself, but fails every time.
* ''Slavonic Dance No. 7 Op. 46'' by Antonín Dvořák -A caveman sets out to build better dwellings than the other cavemen, who repeatedly mimic every act he does.
* ''Boléro'' by Maurice Ravel--Possibly the film's most famous sequence, where a soda bottle left on a wasteland creates an evolution of bizarre creatures in a parody of The Rite of Spring from ''Fantasia''.

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''Allegro '''Allegro Non Troppo'' Troppo''' (but there are tropes) is an Italian animated film functioning as a parody of Disney's ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}''. Like ''Fantasia'', ''Allegro Non Troppo'' melds classical music with animation, the sequences ranging from [[IntoxicationEnsues utterly bizarre]] to [[TearJerker depressing beyond belief]]. Between the pieces are short, sepia-tone, live-action shots of the orchestra and the animator. Pieces played in the film are:
* ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'' by Claude Debussy--A Music/ClaudeDebussy--A parody of Beethoven's Pastorale from ''Fantasia'', where an elderly faun tries to get a nymph for himself, but fails every time.
* ''Slavonic Dance No. 7 Op. 46'' by Antonín Dvořák Music/AntoninDvorak -A caveman sets out to build better dwellings than the other cavemen, who repeatedly mimic every act he does.
* ''Boléro'' by Maurice Ravel--Possibly Music/MauriceRavel--Possibly the film's most famous sequence, where a soda bottle left on a wasteland creates an evolution of bizarre creatures in a parody of The Rite of Spring from ''Fantasia''.



* ''Concerto in C major for 2 Oboes, 2 Clarinets, Strings and Continuo RV 559 I. Larghetto - (Allegro)'' by Antonio Vivaldi--A bee tries to enjoy a meal on a flower only to have a rowdy couple thwart her attempts.
* ''The Firebird'' by Igor Stravinsky--God makes Adam and Eve and the serpent tries to get them to eat the apple of knowledge. When they refuse, the serpent eats it himself and is thrown into a hellish environment of Western materialism and commercialism.

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* ''Concerto in C major for 2 Oboes, 2 Clarinets, Strings and Continuo RV 559 I. Larghetto - (Allegro)'' by Antonio Vivaldi--A Music/AntonioVivaldi--A bee tries to enjoy a meal on a flower only to have a rowdy couple thwart her attempts.
* ''The Firebird'' by Igor Stravinsky--God Music/IgorStravinsky--God makes Adam and Eve and the serpent tries to get them to eat the apple of knowledge. When they refuse, the serpent eats it himself and is thrown into a hellish environment of Western materialism and commercialism.
4th Feb '15 6:46:05 AM JakesBrain
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* MeaningfulName: The film itself. ''Allegro, ma non troppo'' is a musical direction meaning "Fast, but not too fast." ''Allegro non troppo'' means something closer to "Not so fast!"
4th Feb '15 6:42:25 AM JakesBrain
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** In-universe example: After seeing the conductor torment the animator for three full segments, is it any wonder that the man [[spoiler: actually the evil monkey]] at the end of ''Boléro'' so strongly resembles him?

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** In-universe example: After seeing the conductor torment abuse the animator for three full segments, is it any wonder that the man [[spoiler: actually the evil monkey]] villain at the end of ''Boléro'' so strongly resembles is drawn to look like him?
29th Oct '14 1:09:51 PM TonyG
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* BlackEyesOfEvil: The monkey in Bolero.

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* BlackEyesOfEvil: The monkey in Bolero.''Bolero''.



* BreatherEpisode: You'll be glad for the lighthearted piece with the bee after "Valse Triste".

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* BreatherEpisode: You'll be glad for the lighthearted piece with the bee after "Valse Triste".''Valse Triste''.
* CutAndPasteSuburb: The old house in ''Valse Triste'' is surrounded by look-alike pre-fab houses.



* DeliberatelyMonochrome

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* DeliberatelyMonochromeDeliberatelyMonochrome: The live-action sequences.



* ScareChord

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* ScareChordScareChord: In ''Firebird'', after the snake bites into the apple.
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