History WesternAnimation / FlipTheFrog

31st Dec '16 8:36:06 PM Prinzenick
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** "Africa Squeaks" title is a reference to the 1930 American documentary film ''African Speaks''.

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** The title of "Africa Squeaks" title is a reference to the 1930 American documentary film ''African ''Africa Speaks''.
31st Dec '16 8:35:25 PM Prinzenick
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* ShoutOut: The title of "The Goal Rush" is a play off the title of the Creator/CharlieChaplin film ''Film/TheGoldRush''.

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** "Africa Squeaks" title is a reference to the 1930 American documentary film ''African Speaks''.
** The title of "Little Orphan Willie" is a play on the title of the then-famous comic strip ''ComicStrip/LittleOrphanAnnie''.
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The title of "The Goal Rush" is a play off the title of the Creator/CharlieChaplin film ''Film/TheGoldRush''.
31st Dec '16 8:33:05 PM Prinzenick
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* ShoutOut: The title of "The Goal Rush" is a play off the title of the Creator/CharlieChaplin film ''Film/TheGoldRush''.
3rd Dec '16 7:00:12 PM Xtifr
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'''''Flip the Frog''''' is a classic UbIwerks cartoon from UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, 38 shorts originally produced 1930-1933 for {{MGM}}. Though no new material was produced later on, the series received heavy TV play in the 1950s-1970s; today, modern DVD editions seem to have brought the series back to knowledge, if just for classic animation buffs.

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'''''Flip ''Flip the Frog''''' Frog'' is a classic UbIwerks cartoon from UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, 38 shorts originally produced 1930-1933 for {{MGM}}. Though no new material was produced later on, the series received heavy TV play in the 1950s-1970s; today, modern DVD editions seem to have brought the series back to knowledge, if just for classic animation buffs.
7th Feb '16 3:05:16 PM nombretomado
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'''''Flip the Frog''''' is a classic UbIwerks cartoon from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, 38 shorts originally produced 1930-1933 for {{MGM}}. Though no new material was produced later on, the series received heavy TV play in the 1950s-1970s; today, modern DVD editions seem to have brought the series back to knowledge, if just for classic animation buffs.

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'''''Flip the Frog''''' is a classic UbIwerks cartoon from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, 38 shorts originally produced 1930-1933 for {{MGM}}. Though no new material was produced later on, the series received heavy TV play in the 1950s-1970s; today, modern DVD editions seem to have brought the series back to knowledge, if just for classic animation buffs.
24th Dec '15 4:08:03 AM Adept
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Flip the Frog shorts featured many tropes that may or may not have originated with Flip, but that generally were first seen in cartoons of about this period (and thus are OlderThanTelevision). Many are {{Discredited Trope}}s or {{Forgotten Trope}}s. On a side note, Flip's first cartoon, "Fiddlesticks", was the first sound cartoon in color, predating even Disney's SillySymphonies short "WesternAnimation/FlowersAndTrees."

Despite this, the series was a failure, unable to compete with MickeyMouse or even BoskoTheTalkInkKid in terms of popularity, prompting Iwerks to abandon the character and begin work on the ill-fated ''WesternAnimation/WillieWhopper'' and ''WesternAnimation/ComiColorCartoons'' series.

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Flip the Frog shorts featured many tropes that may or may not have originated with Flip, but that generally were first seen in cartoons of about this period (and thus are OlderThanTelevision). Many are {{Discredited Trope}}s or {{Forgotten Trope}}s. On a side note, Flip's first cartoon, "Fiddlesticks", was the first sound cartoon in color, predating even Disney's SillySymphonies ''WesternAnimation/SillySymphonies'' short "WesternAnimation/FlowersAndTrees."

''WesternAnimation/FlowersAndTrees''.

Despite this, the series was a failure, unable to compete with MickeyMouse ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse'' or even BoskoTheTalkInkKid ''WesternAnimation/BoskoTheTalkInkKid'' in terms of popularity, prompting Iwerks to abandon the character and begin work on the ill-fated ''WesternAnimation/WillieWhopper'' and ''WesternAnimation/ComiColorCartoons'' series.
3rd Oct '15 9:43:38 AM Berrenta
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* WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs
4th Sep '15 1:47:41 PM Mikeyfan93
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30th Jul '15 7:55:28 AM Morgenthaler
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Flip the Frog shorts featured many tropes that may or may not have originated with Flip, but that generally were first seen in cartoons of about this period (and thus are OlderThanTelevision). Many are {{Discredited Trope}}s or {{Forgotten Trope}}s. On a side note, Flip's first cartoon, "Fiddlesticks", was the first sound cartoon in color, predating even Disney's SillySymphonies short "FlowersAndTrees."

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Flip the Frog shorts featured many tropes that may or may not have originated with Flip, but that generally were first seen in cartoons of about this period (and thus are OlderThanTelevision). Many are {{Discredited Trope}}s or {{Forgotten Trope}}s. On a side note, Flip's first cartoon, "Fiddlesticks", was the first sound cartoon in color, predating even Disney's SillySymphonies short "FlowersAndTrees."WesternAnimation/FlowersAndTrees."
30th Jul '15 5:49:13 AM Prinzenick
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* AntiHero: Flip is something of an anti-Mickey Mouse in character. He's a very scrappy guy and sometimes can act like a real jerk.
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