History WesternAnimation / DudleyDoRight

9th Jun '16 9:35:31 AM darkchiefy
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* CanadianWestern: Contains elements of this
26th Apr '16 4:56:08 PM WillKeaton
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* AllLoveIsUnrequited: Dudley fond of Nell, Nell is fond of... his horse.

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* AllLoveIsUnrequited: Dudley is fond of Nell, Nell is fond of... his horse.
8th Feb '16 2:27:27 PM margdean56
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* GoneHorriblyWrong: Played for laughs as Snidely kidnaps Dudley with intent of replacing him with {{robot|Me}} [[EvilKnockoff duplicate]]. This backfires as the robot is better at being a Mountie then Dudley!

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* GoneHorriblyWrong: Played for laughs as Snidely kidnaps Dudley with the intent of replacing him with a {{robot|Me}} [[EvilKnockoff duplicate]]. This backfires as the robot is better at being a Mountie then Dudley!



* IdiotHero: Yeah. One memorable incident involved Dudley discovering his commanding officer BoundAndGagged, but simply thinks he's bundled up against the cold, and decides to throw another log on the fire. However...

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* IdiotHero: Yeah. One memorable incident involved Dudley discovering his commanding officer BoundAndGagged, but simply thinks he's thinking he was bundled up against the cold, and decides deciding to throw another log on the fire. However...



* LawfulStupid: Dudley. In one notable episode, Snidely kidnaps Nell at her wedding. A couple days later, Dudley receives a letter from his abducted bride delivered from Snidely's sawmill. He refuses to open it because it isn't stamped. So he rides to the sawmill, gets Nell (Who is tied to a log being fed into the sawblades) to stamp the letter, then rides back to the Mountie post before opening it. An hour and a half later, after finally receiving coherent orders to rescue Nell (Inspector Fenwick flubbed a line), he rides back to the sawmill (Thankfully, the sawmill was seriously in need of maintenance or else Nell would have been in pieces by this point). After saving Nell, he then proceeds to arrest her for mail fraud since what she put on the envelope wasn't a legal stamp.

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* LawfulStupid: Dudley. In one notable episode, Snidely kidnaps Nell at her wedding. A couple days later, Dudley receives a letter from his abducted bride delivered from Snidely's sawmill. He refuses to open it because it isn't stamped. So he rides to the sawmill, gets Nell (Who (who is tied to a log being fed into the sawblades) to stamp the letter, then rides back to the Mountie post before opening it. An hour and a half later, after finally receiving coherent orders to rescue Nell (Inspector Fenwick flubbed a line), he rides back to the sawmill (Thankfully, (thankfully, the sawmill was seriously in need of maintenance or else Nell would have been in pieces by this point). After saving Nell, he then proceeds to arrest her for mail fraud since what she put on the envelope wasn't a legal stamp.
8th Feb '16 2:22:15 PM margdean56
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* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: In an episode where Whiplash steals Do-Right's clothes (making him too ashamed to show his face, ''not'' because he's naked, but because he's ''out of uniform'', which to him, if ''far'' worse), Do-Right comes up with a clever way of getting even later: He swipes ''Whiplash's'' clothes.

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* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: In an episode where Whiplash steals Do-Right's clothes (making him too ashamed to show his face, ''not'' because he's naked, but because he's ''out of uniform'', which to him, if is ''far'' worse), Do-Right comes up with a clever way of getting even later: He swipes ''Whiplash's'' clothes.



* DarkerAndEdgier: While the film was a box office failure, it somewhat retains the style of comedy we all know and love in Dudley Do-Right. However a chunk of the film focuses on Dudley being the bad guy in order to ruin Whiplash's reputation as the Bad guy doing good. What does Dudley do in his first act of evil? He takes Snidely's best henchmen and tortures him with a sawmill. [[spoiler: It's really paper mache, but he didn't know that.]]

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* DarkerAndEdgier: While the film was a box office failure, it somewhat retains the style of comedy we all know and love in Dudley Do-Right. However a chunk of the film focuses on Dudley being the bad guy in order to ruin Whiplash's reputation as the Bad guy Guy doing good. What does Dudley do in as his first act of evil? He takes Snidely's best henchmen henchman and tortures him with a sawmill. [[spoiler: It's really paper papier mache, but he didn't know that.]]
8th Feb '16 2:20:13 PM margdean56
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** One episode portrayed it as a addiction for Snidely. He not just ties women to railroad tracks, but Nell, Horse, Inspector Fenwick, and even ''himself''.

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** One episode portrayed it as a an addiction for Snidely. He not just only ties women to railroad tracks, but Nell, Horse, Inspector Fenwick, and even ''himself''.
6th Dec '15 11:07:08 AM Prfnoff
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In the late 1960s, Dudley headlined his own half-hour AnimatedAnthology series, which also included cartoons from Total Television, the creators of ''King Leonardo and His Short Subjects'' (TTV and Jay Ward both used the services of Gamma Productions). In 1999, Creator/{{Universal}} released a live-action ''Dudley Do-Right'' movie directed by Hugh Wilson and starring Creator/BrendanFraser, Creator/SarahJessicaParker and Creator/AlfredMolina.

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In the late 1960s, Dudley headlined his own half-hour AnimatedAnthology series, which also included cartoons from Total Television, the creators of ''King Leonardo and His Short Subjects'' (TTV and Jay Ward both used the services of Gamma Productions).Creator/TotalTelevision. In 1999, Creator/{{Universal}} released a live-action ''Dudley Do-Right'' movie directed by Hugh Wilson and starring Creator/BrendanFraser, Creator/SarahJessicaParker and Creator/AlfredMolina.
26th Nov '15 8:33:52 PM nombretomado
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In the late 1960s, Dudley headlined his own half-hour AnimatedAnthology series, which also included cartoons from Total Television, the creators of ''King Leonardo and His Short Subjects'' (TTV and Jay Ward both used the services of Gamma Productions). In 1999, Creator/{{Universal}} released a live-action ''Dudley Do-Right'' movie directed by Hugh Wilson and starring Creator/BrendanFraser, SarahJessicaParker and Creator/AlfredMolina.

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In the late 1960s, Dudley headlined his own half-hour AnimatedAnthology series, which also included cartoons from Total Television, the creators of ''King Leonardo and His Short Subjects'' (TTV and Jay Ward both used the services of Gamma Productions). In 1999, Creator/{{Universal}} released a live-action ''Dudley Do-Right'' movie directed by Hugh Wilson and starring Creator/BrendanFraser, SarahJessicaParker Creator/SarahJessicaParker and Creator/AlfredMolina.
19th Nov '15 1:52:28 AM tenryufan
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Snidely Whiplash is played by HansConried, who's best known for voicing [[Disney/PeterPan Captain Hook]].
6th Sep '15 4:45:30 PM NoMoreRayWars
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In the late 1960s, Dudley headlined his own half-hour AnimatedAnthology series, which also included cartoons from Total Television, the creators of ''King Leonardo and His Short Subjects'' (TTV and Jay Ward both used the services of Gamma Productions). In 1999, Creator/{{Universal}} released an abysmal live-action ''Dudley Do-Right'' movie directed by Hugh Wilson and starring Creator/BrendanFraser, SarahJessicaParker and Creator/AlfredMolina.

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In the late 1960s, Dudley headlined his own half-hour AnimatedAnthology series, which also included cartoons from Total Television, the creators of ''King Leonardo and His Short Subjects'' (TTV and Jay Ward both used the services of Gamma Productions). In 1999, Creator/{{Universal}} released an abysmal a live-action ''Dudley Do-Right'' movie directed by Hugh Wilson and starring Creator/BrendanFraser, SarahJessicaParker and Creator/AlfredMolina.
13th Dec '14 10:50:41 PM LordSeth
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* HollywoodLaw: In the episode when they finally capture Snidely, ''Nell'' is his defending attorney, and ''Dudley'' is the judge. Even if one goes along with the Narrator's statement that Nell had developed a first-rate legal mind from reading all the law books in the Mounty Post (For lack of anything else to do), she hadn't taken the Bar, and Dudley, as the arresting officer, had no business trying that case, even if he was legally entitled to serve as a judge at all (Which he wasn't). That doesn't even take into account Dudley overruling all of Nell's objections purely because he could, or Nell getting Snidely off the hook for numerous counts of attempted murder with a SocietyIsToBlame speech in her closing statement.
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