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** Pluto has also erred on the side of this in some shorts where he becomes a father to at least one or more puppies, as seen in "Pluto's Quin-Puplets" and "Pluto, Junior".
14th Jun '16 9:07:52 PM Morgenthaler
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* GettingTheBabyToSleep: In the short ''WesternAnimation/FathersArePeople'', the baby cries in the middle of the night, and WesternAnimation/{{Goof|y}}-- er, [[InsistentTerminology George]] gets up for "the bottle". It turns out to be a glass of martini which George promptly drinks, and the baby [[RuleOfFunny somehow shuts up at that moment]].
19th Apr '16 3:06:21 PM erracht
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* BackFromTheDead: In "Donald's Fire Survival Plan" (not a theatrical short but an educational film about fire safety), when Donald fails to show interest in the nephews' fire escape map, he gets a visit in his sleep from his common sense, who demonstrates the risks of not following fire safety rules by placing him in a simulated (depending on the interpretation) house fire. [[spoiler: Donald experiences three deaths, through inhaling carbon monoxide-laced smoke, being exposed to superheated air, and jumping out a second-story window. Each time, his conscience revives Donald by catching his soul and physically returning it to his body.]] Granted, this appears to be AllJustADream, but given a number of elements present in the cartoon (including Donald apparently meeting his common sense again when awake), the alternate interpretation that the events might have actually happened on another plain of reality should not be discounted.



* DeathIsNotPermanent: In "Donald's Fire Survival Plan" (not a theatrical short but an educational film about fire safety), when Donald fails to show interest in the nephews' fire escape map, he gets a visit in his sleep from his common sense, who demonstrates the risks of not following fire safety rules by placing him in a simulated (depending on the interpretation) house fire. [[spoiler: Donald experiences three deaths, through inhaling carbon monoxide-laced smoke, being exposed to superheated air, and jumping out a second-story window. Each time, his conscience revives Donald by catching his soul and physically returning it to his body.]] Granted, this appears to be AllJustADream, but given a number of elements present in the cartoon (including Donald apparently meeting his common sense again when awake), the alternate interpretation that the events might have actually happened on another plain of reality should not be discounted.
16th Apr '16 3:03:00 PM erracht
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* DeathIsNotPermanent: In "Donald's Fire Survival Plan" (not a theatrical short but an educational film about fire safety), when Donald fails to show interest in the nephews' fire escape map, he gets a visit in his sleep from his common sense, who demonstrates the risks of not following fire safety rules by placing him in a simulated (depending on the interpretation) house fire. [[spoiler: Donald experiences three deaths, through choking on carbon monoxide, being exposed to superheated air, and jumping out a second-story window. Each time, his conscience revives Donald by catching his soul and physically returning it to his body.]] Granted, this appears to be AllJustADream, but given a number of elements present in the cartoon (including Donald apparently meeting his common sense again when awake), the alternate interpretation that the events might have actually happened on another plain of reality should not be discounted.

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* DeathIsNotPermanent: In "Donald's Fire Survival Plan" (not a theatrical short but an educational film about fire safety), when Donald fails to show interest in the nephews' fire escape map, he gets a visit in his sleep from his common sense, who demonstrates the risks of not following fire safety rules by placing him in a simulated (depending on the interpretation) house fire. [[spoiler: Donald experiences three deaths, through choking on inhaling carbon monoxide, monoxide-laced smoke, being exposed to superheated air, and jumping out a second-story window. Each time, his conscience revives Donald by catching his soul and physically returning it to his body.]] Granted, this appears to be AllJustADream, but given a number of elements present in the cartoon (including Donald apparently meeting his common sense again when awake), the alternate interpretation that the events might have actually happened on another plain of reality should not be discounted.
16th Apr '16 2:55:43 PM erracht
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* DeathIsNotPermanent: In "Donald's Fire Survival Plan" (not a theatrical short but an educational film about fire safety), when Donald fails to show interest in the nephews' fire escape map, he gets a visit in his sleep from his common sense, who demonstrates the risks of not following fire safety rules by placing him in a simulated (depending on the interpretation) house fire. [[spoiler: Donald experiences three deaths, through choking on carbon monoxide, being exposed to superheated air, and jumping out a second-story window. Each time, the fire duck revives Donald by catching his soul and physically returning it to his body.]] Granted, this appears to be AllJustADream, but given a number of elements present in the cartoon (including Donald apparently meeting his common sense again when awake), the alternate interpretation that the events might have actually happened on another plain of reality should not be discounted.

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* DeathIsNotPermanent: In "Donald's Fire Survival Plan" (not a theatrical short but an educational film about fire safety), when Donald fails to show interest in the nephews' fire escape map, he gets a visit in his sleep from his common sense, who demonstrates the risks of not following fire safety rules by placing him in a simulated (depending on the interpretation) house fire. [[spoiler: Donald experiences three deaths, through choking on carbon monoxide, being exposed to superheated air, and jumping out a second-story window. Each time, the fire duck his conscience revives Donald by catching his soul and physically returning it to his body.]] Granted, this appears to be AllJustADream, but given a number of elements present in the cartoon (including Donald apparently meeting his common sense again when awake), the alternate interpretation that the events might have actually happened on another plain of reality should not be discounted.


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** In ''Teachers Are People'', Goofy overhears the children whispering something during recess, causing him to turn red and tear off a classroom aid marked "birds + bees + flowers =".
16th Apr '16 10:05:44 AM MHarrington
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* WhiteGloves: Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Pete, Horace Horsecollar and Clarabelle Cow wear 'em.

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* WhiteGloves: Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Pete, Horace Horsecollar and Clarabelle Cow all wear 'em.'em. Even Donald has worn them a few times (for example, in ''Officer Duck'' and ''Mr. Duck Steps Out'').
16th Apr '16 8:03:21 AM erracht
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* DeathIsNotPermanent: In "Donald's Fire Survival Plan" (not a theatrical short but an educational film about fire safety), when Donald fails to show interest in the nephews' fire escape map, he gets a visit in his sleep from a "good conscience"-type character who demonstrates the risks of not following fire safety rules by placing him in a simulated (depending on the interpretation) house fire. [[spoiler: Donald experiences three deaths, through choking on carbon monoxide, being exposed to superheated air, and jumping out a second-story window. Each time, the fire duck revives Donald by catching his soul and physically returning it to his body.]] Granted, this appears to be AllJustADream, but given a number of elements present in the cartoon (including Donald apparently meeting the "conscience" again when awake), the alternate interpretation that the events might have actually happened on another plain of reality should not be discounted.

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* DeathIsNotPermanent: In "Donald's Fire Survival Plan" (not a theatrical short but an educational film about fire safety), when Donald fails to show interest in the nephews' fire escape map, he gets a visit in his sleep from a "good conscience"-type character his common sense, who demonstrates the risks of not following fire safety rules by placing him in a simulated (depending on the interpretation) house fire. [[spoiler: Donald experiences three deaths, through choking on carbon monoxide, being exposed to superheated air, and jumping out a second-story window. Each time, the fire duck revives Donald by catching his soul and physically returning it to his body.]] Granted, this appears to be AllJustADream, but given a number of elements present in the cartoon (including Donald apparently meeting the "conscience" his common sense again when awake), the alternate interpretation that the events might have actually happened on another plain of reality should not be discounted.
16th Apr '16 7:57:37 AM erracht
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* DeathIsNotPermanent: In "Donald's Fire Survival Plan" (not a theatrical short but an educational film about fire safety), when Donald fails to show interest in the nephews' fire escape map, he gets a visit in his sleep from a "good conscience"-type character who demonstrates the risks of not following fire safety rules by placing him in a simulated (depending on the interpretation) house fire. [[spoiler: Donald experiences three deaths, through choking on carbon monoxide, being exposed to superheated air, and jumping out a second-story window. Each time, the fire duck revives Donald by catching his soul and physically returning it to his body.]] Granted, this appears to be AllJustADream, but if you watch the cartoon carefully, you might get the impression that the events might somehow have actually happened on another plain of reality. This possibility is reinforced by the fact that Donald apparently meets the "conscience" again later.

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* DeathIsNotPermanent: In "Donald's Fire Survival Plan" (not a theatrical short but an educational film about fire safety), when Donald fails to show interest in the nephews' fire escape map, he gets a visit in his sleep from a "good conscience"-type character who demonstrates the risks of not following fire safety rules by placing him in a simulated (depending on the interpretation) house fire. [[spoiler: Donald experiences three deaths, through choking on carbon monoxide, being exposed to superheated air, and jumping out a second-story window. Each time, the fire duck revives Donald by catching his soul and physically returning it to his body.]] Granted, this appears to be AllJustADream, but if you watch given a number of elements present in the cartoon carefully, you might get (including Donald apparently meeting the impression "conscience" again when awake), the alternate interpretation that the events might somehow have actually happened on another plain of reality. This possibility is reinforced by the fact that Donald apparently meets the "conscience" again later.reality should not be discounted.
16th Apr '16 7:50:31 AM erracht
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* DeathIsNotPermanent: In "Donald's Fire Survival Plan" (not a theatrical short but an educational film about fire safety), when Donald fails to show interest in the nephews' fire escape map, he gets a visit in his sleep from a "good conscience"-type character in the form of a small fire duck who demonstrates the risks of not following fire safety rules by placing him in a simulated (depending on the interpretation) house fire. [[spoiler: Donald experiences three deaths, through choking on carbon monoxide, being exposed to superheated air, and jumping out a second-story window. Each time, the fire duck revives Donald by catching his soul and physically returning it to his body.]] Granted, this appears to be AllJustADream, but if you watch the cartoon carefully, you might get the impression that the events might somehow have actually happened on another plain of reality. This possibility is reinforced by the fact that Donald apparently meets the fire duck again later.

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* DeathIsNotPermanent: In "Donald's Fire Survival Plan" (not a theatrical short but an educational film about fire safety), when Donald fails to show interest in the nephews' fire escape map, he gets a visit in his sleep from a "good conscience"-type character in the form of a small fire duck who demonstrates the risks of not following fire safety rules by placing him in a simulated (depending on the interpretation) house fire. [[spoiler: Donald experiences three deaths, through choking on carbon monoxide, being exposed to superheated air, and jumping out a second-story window. Each time, the fire duck revives Donald by catching his soul and physically returning it to his body.]] Granted, this appears to be AllJustADream, but if you watch the cartoon carefully, you might get the impression that the events might somehow have actually happened on another plain of reality. This possibility is reinforced by the fact that Donald apparently meets the fire duck "conscience" again later.
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