History WesternAnimation / HappyFeet

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* AdultFear:
** Mumble's father's worries are genuine that ''he'' was responsible for Mumble's inability to sing because he allowed the egg to freeze a little, causing some sort of brain damage or autism (the equivalent of dropping a newborn baby on its head.) Even worse, Mumble's egg was slightly late in hatching -- there's a moment or two when Memphis is clearly thinking he's responsible for the death of his and Norma Jean's child.

to:

* AdultFear:
**
AdultFear: Mumble's father's worries are genuine that ''he'' was responsible for Mumble's inability to sing because he allowed the egg to freeze a little, causing some sort of brain damage or autism (the equivalent of dropping a newborn baby on its head.) Even worse, Mumble's egg was slightly late in hatching -- there's a moment or two when Memphis is clearly thinking he's responsible for the death of his and Norma Jean's child.



* AgentMulder:
** Subverted. Mumble only believes in aliens (humans) outside the ice, nobody believes him until he gets proof (even then, some ''still'' don't believe him), and he's right. Played somewhat straighter with the Boss Skua.

to:

* AgentMulder:
**
AgentMulder: Subverted. Mumble only believes in aliens (humans) outside the ice, nobody believes him until he gets proof (even then, some ''still'' don't believe him), and he's right. Played somewhat straighter with the Boss Skua.



* ArtisticLicenseBiology:
** Penguins don't mate for life as implied in the film. They're monogamous -- for a year. Then they find a new mate.

to:

* ArtisticLicenseBiology:
**
ArtisticLicenseBiology: Penguins don't mate for life as implied in the film. They're monogamous -- for a year. Then they find a new mate.



* DreadfulMusician:
** Mumble

to:

* DreadfulMusician:
**
DreadfulMusician: Mumble



* RevisedEnding:
** An early cut of the film involved a subplot regarding actual extraterrestrial aliens, whose presence was made gradually more and more known throughout. The aliens were planning to siphon off the planet's resources gradually, placing the humans in the same plight as the penguins. At the end, thanks to Mumbles, their hand is stayed, and instead {{first contact}} is made. This was chopped out during the last year of production, and has yet to see the light of day in a finished form. There is proof in the form of [[http://www.woodland-mattepainting.com/matte_painting_portfolio/content/David_Woodland_mattepaint_55_large.html concept art]], and this dropped plot helps explain the outer space motif that remains in the film. The film would've been somewhat longer, by extension.

to:

* RevisedEnding:
**
RevisedEnding: An early cut of the film involved a subplot regarding actual extraterrestrial aliens, whose presence was made gradually more and more known throughout. The aliens were planning to siphon off the planet's resources gradually, placing the humans in the same plight as the penguins. At the end, thanks to Mumbles, their hand is stayed, and instead {{first contact}} is made. This was chopped out during the last year of production, and has yet to see the light of day in a finished form. There is proof in the form of [[http://www.woodland-mattepainting.com/matte_painting_portfolio/content/David_Woodland_mattepaint_55_large.html concept art]], and this dropped plot helps explain the outer space motif that remains in the film. The film would've been somewhat longer, by extension.



* ScarsAreForever:
** Mumble's bitten tail remains with him forever.

to:

* ScarsAreForever:
**
ScarsAreForever: Mumble's bitten tail remains with him forever.
30th Mar '18 7:34:23 PM system
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* AdultFear:
** Mumble's father's worries are genuine that ''he'' was responsible for Mumble's inability to sing because he allowed the egg to freeze a little, causing some sort of brain damage or autism (the equivalent of dropping a newborn baby on its head.) Even worse, Mumble's egg was slightly late in hatching -- there's a moment or two when Memphis is clearly thinking he's responsible for the death of his and Norma Jean's child.

to:

* AdultFear:
**
AdultFear: Mumble's father's worries are genuine that ''he'' was responsible for Mumble's inability to sing because he allowed the egg to freeze a little, causing some sort of brain damage or autism (the equivalent of dropping a newborn baby on its head.) Even worse, Mumble's egg was slightly late in hatching -- there's a moment or two when Memphis is clearly thinking he's responsible for the death of his and Norma Jean's child.



* AgentMulder:
** Subverted. Mumble only believes in aliens (humans) outside the ice, nobody believes him until he gets proof (even then, some ''still'' don't believe him), and he's right. Played somewhat straighter with the Boss Skua.

to:

* AgentMulder:
**
AgentMulder: Subverted. Mumble only believes in aliens (humans) outside the ice, nobody believes him until he gets proof (even then, some ''still'' don't believe him), and he's right. Played somewhat straighter with the Boss Skua.



* ArtisticLicenseBiology:
** Penguins don't mate for life as implied in the film. They're monogamous -- for a year. Then they find a new mate.

to:

* ArtisticLicenseBiology:
**
ArtisticLicenseBiology: Penguins don't mate for life as implied in the film. They're monogamous -- for a year. Then they find a new mate.



* DreadfulMusician:
** Mumble

to:

* DreadfulMusician:
**
DreadfulMusician: Mumble



* RevisedEnding:
** An early cut of the film involved a subplot regarding actual extraterrestrial aliens, whose presence was made gradually more and more known throughout. The aliens were planning to siphon off the planet's resources gradually, placing the humans in the same plight as the penguins. At the end, thanks to Mumbles, their hand is stayed, and instead {{first contact}} is made. This was chopped out during the last year of production, and has yet to see the light of day in a finished form. There is proof in the form of [[http://www.woodland-mattepainting.com/matte_painting_portfolio/content/David_Woodland_mattepaint_55_large.html concept art]], and this dropped plot helps explain the outer space motif that remains in the film. The film would've been somewhat longer, by extension.

to:

* RevisedEnding:
**
RevisedEnding: An early cut of the film involved a subplot regarding actual extraterrestrial aliens, whose presence was made gradually more and more known throughout. The aliens were planning to siphon off the planet's resources gradually, placing the humans in the same plight as the penguins. At the end, thanks to Mumbles, their hand is stayed, and instead {{first contact}} is made. This was chopped out during the last year of production, and has yet to see the light of day in a finished form. There is proof in the form of [[http://www.woodland-mattepainting.com/matte_painting_portfolio/content/David_Woodland_mattepaint_55_large.html concept art]], and this dropped plot helps explain the outer space motif that remains in the film. The film would've been somewhat longer, by extension.



* ScarsAreForever:
** Mumble's bitten tail remains with him forever.

to:

* ScarsAreForever:
**
ScarsAreForever: Mumble's bitten tail remains with him forever.
30th Mar '18 3:00:09 PM system
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* AdultFear:
** Mumble's father's worries are genuine that ''he'' was responsible for Mumble's inability to sing because he allowed the egg to freeze a little, causing some sort of brain damage or autism (the equivalent of dropping a newborn baby on its head.) Even worse, Mumble's egg was slightly late in hatching -- there's a moment or two when Memphis is clearly thinking he's responsible for the death of his and Norma Jean's child.

to:

* AdultFear:
**
AdultFear: Mumble's father's worries are genuine that ''he'' was responsible for Mumble's inability to sing because he allowed the egg to freeze a little, causing some sort of brain damage or autism (the equivalent of dropping a newborn baby on its head.) Even worse, Mumble's egg was slightly late in hatching -- there's a moment or two when Memphis is clearly thinking he's responsible for the death of his and Norma Jean's child.



* AgentMulder:
** Subverted. Mumble only believes in aliens (humans) outside the ice, nobody believes him until he gets proof (even then, some ''still'' don't believe him), and he's right. Played somewhat straighter with the Boss Skua.

to:

* AgentMulder:
**
AgentMulder: Subverted. Mumble only believes in aliens (humans) outside the ice, nobody believes him until he gets proof (even then, some ''still'' don't believe him), and he's right. Played somewhat straighter with the Boss Skua.



* ArtisticLicenseBiology:
** Penguins don't mate for life as implied in the film. They're monogamous -- for a year. Then they find a new mate.

to:

* ArtisticLicenseBiology:
**
ArtisticLicenseBiology: Penguins don't mate for life as implied in the film. They're monogamous -- for a year. Then they find a new mate.



* DreadfulMusician:
** Mumble

to:

* DreadfulMusician:
**
DreadfulMusician: Mumble



* RevisedEnding:
** An early cut of the film involved a subplot regarding actual extraterrestrial aliens, whose presence was made gradually more and more known throughout. The aliens were planning to siphon off the planet's resources gradually, placing the humans in the same plight as the penguins. At the end, thanks to Mumbles, their hand is stayed, and instead {{first contact}} is made. This was chopped out during the last year of production, and has yet to see the light of day in a finished form. There is proof in the form of [[http://www.woodland-mattepainting.com/matte_painting_portfolio/content/David_Woodland_mattepaint_55_large.html concept art]], and this dropped plot helps explain the outer space motif that remains in the film. The film would've been somewhat longer, by extension.

to:

* RevisedEnding:
**
RevisedEnding: An early cut of the film involved a subplot regarding actual extraterrestrial aliens, whose presence was made gradually more and more known throughout. The aliens were planning to siphon off the planet's resources gradually, placing the humans in the same plight as the penguins. At the end, thanks to Mumbles, their hand is stayed, and instead {{first contact}} is made. This was chopped out during the last year of production, and has yet to see the light of day in a finished form. There is proof in the form of [[http://www.woodland-mattepainting.com/matte_painting_portfolio/content/David_Woodland_mattepaint_55_large.html concept art]], and this dropped plot helps explain the outer space motif that remains in the film. The film would've been somewhat longer, by extension.



* ScarsAreForever:
** Mumble's bitten tail remains with him forever.

to:

* ScarsAreForever:
**
ScarsAreForever: Mumble's bitten tail remains with him forever.
30th Mar '18 1:53:04 PM SeptimusHeap
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* AdultFear: Mumble's father's worries are genuine that ''he'' was responsible for Mumble's inability to sing because he allowed the egg to freeze a little, causing some sort of brain damage or autism (the equivalent of dropping a newborn baby on its head.) Even worse, Mumble's egg was slightly late in hatching -- there's a moment or two when Memphis is clearly thinking he's responsible for the death of his and Norma Jean's child.

to:

* AdultFear: AdultFear:
**
Mumble's father's worries are genuine that ''he'' was responsible for Mumble's inability to sing because he allowed the egg to freeze a little, causing some sort of brain damage or autism (the equivalent of dropping a newborn baby on its head.) Even worse, Mumble's egg was slightly late in hatching -- there's a moment or two when Memphis is clearly thinking he's responsible for the death of his and Norma Jean's child.



* AgentMulder: Subverted. Mumble only believes in aliens (humans) outside the ice, nobody believes him until he gets proof (even then, some ''still'' don't believe him), and he's right. Played somewhat straighter with the Boss Skua.

to:

* AgentMulder: AgentMulder:
**
Subverted. Mumble only believes in aliens (humans) outside the ice, nobody believes him until he gets proof (even then, some ''still'' don't believe him), and he's right. Played somewhat straighter with the Boss Skua.



* ArtisticLicenseBiology: Penguins don't mate for life as implied in the film. They're monogamous -- for a year. Then they find a new mate.

to:

* ArtisticLicenseBiology: ArtisticLicenseBiology:
**
Penguins don't mate for life as implied in the film. They're monogamous -- for a year. Then they find a new mate.



* DreadfulMusician: Mumble

to:

* DreadfulMusician: DreadfulMusician:
**
Mumble



* RevisedEnding: An early cut of the film involved a subplot regarding actual extraterrestrial aliens, whose presence was made gradually more and more known throughout. The aliens were planning to siphon off the planet's resources gradually, placing the humans in the same plight as the penguins. At the end, thanks to Mumbles, their hand is stayed, and instead {{first contact}} is made. This was chopped out during the last year of production, and has yet to see the light of day in a finished form. There is proof in the form of [[http://www.woodland-mattepainting.com/matte_painting_portfolio/content/David_Woodland_mattepaint_55_large.html concept art]], and this dropped plot helps explain the outer space motif that remains in the film. The film would've been somewhat longer, by extension.

to:

* RevisedEnding: RevisedEnding:
**
An early cut of the film involved a subplot regarding actual extraterrestrial aliens, whose presence was made gradually more and more known throughout. The aliens were planning to siphon off the planet's resources gradually, placing the humans in the same plight as the penguins. At the end, thanks to Mumbles, their hand is stayed, and instead {{first contact}} is made. This was chopped out during the last year of production, and has yet to see the light of day in a finished form. There is proof in the form of [[http://www.woodland-mattepainting.com/matte_painting_portfolio/content/David_Woodland_mattepaint_55_large.html concept art]], and this dropped plot helps explain the outer space motif that remains in the film. The film would've been somewhat longer, by extension.



* ScarsAreForever: Mumble's bitten tail remains with him forever.

to:

* ScarsAreForever: ScarsAreForever:
**
Mumble's bitten tail remains with him forever.



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