History WesternAnimation / BartokTheMagnificent

2nd Feb '17 9:35:55 AM Mdumas43073
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20th Jan '17 7:18:30 PM ngh93
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* MinionWithAnFInEvil: Vol. When Ludmilla told him to "get [Prince Ivan] out of the way" he didn't realise she meant "kill him" and instead locked him in the tower.

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* MinionWithAnFInEvil: Vol. When Ludmilla told him to "get [Prince Ivan] out of the way" he didn't realise realize she meant "kill him" and instead locked him in the tower.
9th Dec '16 11:16:43 PM Xtifr
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'''''Bartok the Magnificent''''' is a 1999 direct-to-video Semi-prequel to Creator/DonBluth's ''WesternAnimation/{{Anastasia}}''. This film is interesting for a couple of reasons:

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'''''Bartok ''Bartok the Magnificent''''' Magnificent'' is a 1999 direct-to-video Semi-prequel to Creator/DonBluth's ''WesternAnimation/{{Anastasia}}''. This film is interesting for a couple of reasons:
3rd Oct '16 6:32:37 PM CJCroen1393
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* ForTheEvulz: This is about the extent of Ludmilla's characterization; she's sadistic and vain and wants to usurp the throne from Prince Ivan by kidnapping and assassinating him.

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* ForTheEvulz: ForTheEvulz:
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This is about the extent of Ludmilla's characterization; she's sadistic and vain and wants to usurp the throne from Prince Ivan by kidnapping and assassinating him.him.
** The visuals and some of the lyrics to Baba Yaga's song "Someone's In My House" imply that she knew all along that Bartok was there and decided to toy with him a little before capturing him. Subverted in her case as she's not actually evil.
30th Jun '16 6:36:28 PM NWolfman
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* DomesticOnlyCartoon: A rare example of a direct-to-video sequel being produced in-house at the studio that created the original. And ''[[AwesomeArt boy]]'' [[AwesomeArt can you tell]]!

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* DomesticOnlyCartoon: A rare example of a direct-to-video sequel being produced in-house at the studio that created the original. And ''[[AwesomeArt boy]]'' [[AwesomeArt can you tell]]!Supposedly, the project was meant to keep the staff preoccupied before they had to start work on ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE''.
16th Jun '16 9:43:15 AM smalltime
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The GagBoobs mentioned above.
28th Feb '16 7:16:13 PM KnownUnknown
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** A lot of Bartok's early showsmanship skills come back to him in important ways later. A good direct example being when he accidentally starts juggling hot coals and ends up distracting Oble the Metalworker, which he later intentionally uses to distract dragon Ludmilla.
28th Feb '16 7:13:52 PM KnownUnknown
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28th Feb '16 7:12:18 PM KnownUnknown
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** Bartok himself, who is constantly making nervous but snarky asides.
--> (after Baba Yaga gives him the FetchQuest) '''Bartok:''' "Quick question - totally hypothetical of course - what if I can't?"
--> '''Baba Yaga:''' "You can or you can't, but if you can't you will die and Moscow will never see its prince again."
--> '''Bartok:''' "Sounds like a real win-win."



* FauxAffablyEvil: Ludmilla fashions herself as polite and graceful, but barely hides the fact that she's an extremely unpleasant person.



* NiceHat: Oble the Metalworker has one, which Bartok ends up having to steal.



* OneWingedAngel: During Ludmilla's VillainSong. She downs a potion Baba Yaga gave to Bartok (it was supposed to turn him into a heroic creature capable of saving the day) and turns into "the real Ludmilla" - a none-too-intimidating [[LoopholeAbuse purple dragon]].

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* OneWingedAngel: Played with. During Ludmilla's VillainSong. She VillainSong she downs a potion Baba Yaga gave to Bartok (it was supposed to turn him into a heroic creature capable of saving the day) and turns into "the real Ludmilla" - a none-too-intimidating [[LoopholeAbuse a giant purple dragon]].dragon]]. However, she had no idea this was going to happen, wasn't even aware it was taking place, and apparently had no control over herself once it finished - so stopping her ends up less like fighting the BigBad as a monster and more getting rid of a dangerous animal.
8th Jan '16 5:01:42 AM smalltime
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* OhCrap: Ludmilla has this reaction when Bartok tells her Prince Ivan is in the tower. Up until then she thought he was dead.
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