History WesternAnimation / Hashimotosan

25th Jul '15 9:28:47 PM nombretomado
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In comic books, Hashimoto-san stories were featured in ''New Terrytoons'' series (1962-1979). While not particularly well-remembered, a couple of these stories can be found online, scanned by fans of the old character. Hashimoto-san briefly returned to animation, as one of many classic Terrytoons characters receiving cameos in the [[MightyMouse Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures]] (1987-1988). But other than that, Hashimoto-san remains defunct.
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In comic books, Hashimoto-san stories were featured in ''New Terrytoons'' series (1962-1979). While not particularly well-remembered, a couple of these stories can be found online, scanned by fans of the old character. Hashimoto-san briefly returned to animation, as one of many classic Terrytoons characters receiving cameos in the [[MightyMouse [[WesternAnimation/MightyMouse Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures]] (1987-1988). But other than that, Hashimoto-san remains defunct.
8th Sep '14 11:59:07 AM ryanasaurus0077
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8th Sep '14 11:08:36 AM StFan
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'''''Hashimoto-san''''' is a relatively well-regarded character from the Creator/{{Terrytoons}} studio. An anthropomorphic UsefulNotes/{{Japan}}ese housemouse who practices martial arts, raises a family, and narrates tales to his friends. Hashimoto is credited by animation historians as the first serious attempt to create a largely sympathetic Japanese protagonist for the medium. Rather than the vile Japanese enemies depicted in the [[WartimeCartoon Wartime Cartoons]], and the Asian manservants and sidekicks prevalent in the American fiction of the time. He was introduced in 1959, created by director Rokuro "Bob" Kuwahara (1901-1964).
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'''''Hashimoto-san''''' ''Hashimoto-san'' is a relatively well-regarded character from the Creator/{{Terrytoons}} studio. An anthropomorphic UsefulNotes/{{Japan}}ese housemouse who practices martial arts, raises a family, and narrates tales to his friends. Hashimoto is credited by animation historians as the first serious attempt to create a largely sympathetic Japanese protagonist for the medium. Rather than the vile Japanese enemies depicted in the [[WartimeCartoon Wartime Cartoons]], {{Wartime Cartoon}}s, and the Asian manservants and sidekicks prevalent in the American fiction of the time. He was introduced in 1959, created by director Rokuro "Bob" Kuwahara (1901-1964).

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1st Sep '14 5:14:13 PM ryanasaurus0077
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31st Aug '14 8:06:06 PM ryanasaurus0077
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31st Aug '14 7:56:26 PM system
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31st Aug '14 4:55:42 PM HBSXCFBHGF
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31st Aug '14 3:30:41 PM StFan
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* ''Hashimoto-san'' (1959),co-directed by Bob Kuwahara and Dave Tendlar. * ''House of Hasmitoto'' (1960), directed by Connie Rasinski. Scripted by Bob Kuwahara. * ''Doll Festival'' (1961), directed by Mannie Davis. Episode features the Hinamatsuri festival. * ''Night Life in Tokyo'' (1961), directed by Mannie Davis. * ''So Sorry, Pussycat'' (1961), directed by Art Bartsch. * ''Son of Hashimoto'' (1961), directed by Connie Rasinski. * ''Strange Companion'' (1961), directed by Mannie Davis. * ''Honorable Cat Story'' (1961), directed by Connie Rasinski. * ''Honorable Family Problem'' (1962), directed by Bob Kuwahara. * ''Loyal Royalty'' (1962), directed by Bob Kuwahara. * ''Honorable Paint in the Neck'' (1962), directed by Bob Kuwahara. * ''Tea House Mouse'' (1962), directed by Bob Kuwahara. * ''Pearl Crazy'' (1963), directed by Bob Kuwahara. * ''Cherry Blossom Festival'' (1963), directed by Bob Kuwahara. Episode features the Hanami festival. * ''Spooky-Yaki'' (1963), directed by Bob Kuwahara.
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* ''Hashimoto-san'' (1959),co-directed "Hashimoto-san" (1959), co-directed by Bob Kuwahara and Dave Tendlar. * ''House "House of Hasmitoto'' Hasmitoto" (1960), directed by Connie Rasinski. Scripted by Bob Kuwahara. * ''Doll Festival'' "Doll Festival" (1961), directed by Mannie Davis. Episode features the Hinamatsuri festival. festival. * ''Night "Night Life in Tokyo'' Tokyo" (1961), directed by Mannie Davis. Davis. * ''So "So Sorry, Pussycat'' Pussycat" (1961), directed by Art Bartsch. Bartsch. * ''Son "Son of Hashimoto'' Hashimoto" (1961), directed by Connie Rasinski. Rasinski. * ''Strange Companion'' "Strange Companion" (1961), directed by Mannie Davis. Davis. * ''Honorable "Honorable Cat Story'' Story" (1961), directed by Connie Rasinski. Rasinski. * ''Honorable "Honorable Family Problem'' Problem" (1962), directed by Bob Kuwahara. Kuwahara. * ''Loyal Royalty'' "Loyal Royalty" (1962), directed by Bob Kuwahara. Kuwahara. * ''Honorable "Honorable Paint in the Neck'' Neck" (1962), directed by Bob Kuwahara. Kuwahara. * ''Tea "Tea House Mouse'' Mouse" (1962), directed by Bob Kuwahara. Kuwahara. * ''Pearl Crazy'' "Pearl Crazy" (1963), directed by Bob Kuwahara. Kuwahara. * ''Cherry "Cherry Blossom Festival'' Festival" (1963), directed by Bob Kuwahara. Episode features the Hanami festival. festival. * ''Spooky-Yaki'' "Spooky-Yaki" (1963), directed by Bob Kuwahara.

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* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Averted in ''House of Hasmitoto''. The invisible mouse is treated like a regular boy by both his parents and the community at large. As the narrator explains, "folks got used to having" him around. * AndThatLittleGirlWasMe: Toyed with in ''House of Hasmitoto''. The audience gets to find out the secret of the narrator. [[spoiler:That he was the protagonist of the story narrated through the short. ]]But the other characters do not. * AttackTheTail: Toyed with. In ''So Sorry, Pussycat'', the cat is unable to defeat Hashimoto-san and Saburo. Until it captures their tails with its paws. * AwkwardFatherSonBondingActivity: In ''So Sorry, Pussycat'', Hashimoto-san decides to teach Saburo fishing. Partly for teaching him survival skills, partly for "Japanese father-son type togetherness". While Saburo doesn't complain, he is rather confused. "Papa-san, why must we fish when fish not our food?". [[spoiler:When they are both threatened by a cat, Hashimoto-san offers the fish to the cat. As an alternative food source. Hashimoto explains that this why the activity is an important survival skill. "Keep cat fed, save our head".]]
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* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Averted in ''House "House of Hasmitoto''.Hasmitoto". The invisible mouse is treated like a regular boy by both his parents and the community at large. As the narrator explains, "folks got used to having" him around. * AndThatLittleGirlWasMe: Toyed with in ''House "House of Hasmitoto''.Hasmitoto". The audience gets to find out the secret of the narrator. [[spoiler:That he was the protagonist of the story narrated through the short. ]]But the other characters do not. * AttackTheTail: Toyed with. In ''So "So Sorry, Pussycat'', Pussycat", the cat is unable to defeat Hashimoto-san and Saburo. Until it captures their tails with its paws. * AwkwardFatherSonBondingActivity: In ''So "So Sorry, Pussycat'', Pussycat", Hashimoto-san decides to teach Saburo fishing. Partly for teaching him survival skills, partly for "Japanese father-son type togetherness". While Saburo doesn't complain, he is rather confused. "Papa-san, why must we fish when fish not our food?". food?" [[spoiler:When they are both threatened by a cat, Hashimoto-san offers the fish to the cat. As cat as an alternative food source. Hashimoto explains that this why the activity is an important survival skill. "Keep cat fed, save our head".]]head."]]

* FestivalEpisode: The plot of ''Doll Festival'' is based on the Hinamatsuri festival. Hanako and Yuriko have worked for "many weeks" to create a doll for the festival. Saburo has created his own "hero samurai doll". The family transfers the dolls from their residence to a display location. But a "kabuki doll" displayed with the others is actually a cat in disguise. Spelling trouble for the family. While the plot of ''Cherry Blossom Festival'' is based on the Hanami festival.
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* FestivalEpisode: FestivalEpisode: ** The plot of ''Doll Festival'' "Doll Festival" is based on the Hinamatsuri festival. Hanako and Yuriko have worked for "many weeks" to create a doll for the festival. Saburo has created his own "hero samurai doll". The family transfers the dolls from their residence to a display location. But a "kabuki doll" displayed with the others is actually a cat in disguise. Spelling trouble for the family. While the family. ** The plot of ''Cherry "Cherry Blossom Festival'' Festival" is based on the Hanami festival.

* {{Invisibility}}: In ''House of Hasmitoto'', Hashimoto-san narrates the tale of an invisible mouse. From his birth with this unusual condition , to growing up a fighter, and to saving his people from a giant cat. Before loosing his ability due to an accidental blow to the head. "But each month, at stroke of midnight when moon is full, he becomes invisible again. Until dawn". [[spoiler:The ending has all the conditions met and Hashimoto-san himself turning invisible. He was narrating his own story. ]]
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* {{Invisibility}}: In ''House "House of Hasmitoto'', Hasmitoto", Hashimoto-san narrates the tale of an invisible mouse. From his birth with this unusual condition , to growing up a fighter, and to saving his people from a giant cat. Before loosing his ability due to an accidental blow to the head. "But each month, at stroke of midnight when moon is full, he becomes invisible again. Until dawn". [[spoiler:The ending has all the conditions met and Hashimoto-san himself turning invisible. He was narrating his own story. ]]]]
3rd Dec '13 9:51:42 PM GhostOfAGeek
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Kuwahara had been born in UsefulNotes/{{Tokyo}}. His family moved to the United States c. 1910. He entered the animation field in 1932 when hired by the Creator/WaltDisney animation studio. He worked in the storyboard department for animated shorts, such as the WesternAnimation/SillySymphonies entry ''Who Killed Cock Robin?'' (1935) and the MickeyMouse entry ''Thru the Mirror" (1936). He was also involved in the story department of a feature film, ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' (1937). He left the Disney studio in 1937, starting work in Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer. UsefulNotes/WorldWarII derailed Kuwahara's career as he spend "three hectic years" (as descibed by Bob himself) in an internment camp for Japanese Americans. He tried his hand as a comic strip artist from 1945 to 1950. But returned to animation when hired by Paul Terry in 1950. Nine years later, Kuwahara got to create his own character. He wanted to have the series serve to introduce American audiences to "positive images of Japan".
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Kuwahara had been born in UsefulNotes/{{Tokyo}}. His family moved to the United States c. 1910. He entered the animation field in 1932 when hired by the Creator/WaltDisney animation studio. He worked in the storyboard department for animated shorts, such as the WesternAnimation/SillySymphonies entry ''Who Killed Cock Robin?'' (1935) and the MickeyMouse entry ''Thru the Mirror" Mirror'' (1936). He was also involved in the story department of a feature film, ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' (1937). He left the Disney studio in 1937, starting work in Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer. UsefulNotes/WorldWarII derailed Kuwahara's career as he spend "three hectic years" (as descibed by Bob himself) in an internment camp for Japanese Americans. He tried his hand as a comic strip artist from 1945 to 1950. But returned to animation when hired by Paul Terry in 1950. Nine years later, Kuwahara got to create his own character. He wanted to have the series serve to introduce American audiences to "positive images of Japan".

In comic books, Hashimoto-san stories were featured in ''New Terrytoons'' series (1962-1979). While not particularly well-remembered, a couple of these stories can be found online. Scanned by fans of the old character. Hashimoto-san briefly returned to animation, as one of many classic Terrytoons characters receiving cameos in the [[MightyMouse Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures]] (1987-1988). But other than that, Hashimoto-san remains defunct.
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In comic books, Hashimoto-san stories were featured in ''New Terrytoons'' series (1962-1979). While not particularly well-remembered, a couple of these stories can be found online. Scanned online, scanned by fans of the old character. Hashimoto-san briefly returned to animation, as one of many classic Terrytoons characters receiving cameos in the [[MightyMouse Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures]] (1987-1988). But other than that, Hashimoto-san remains defunct.

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In comic books, Hashimoto-san stories were featured in ''New Terrytoons'' series (1962-1979). While not particularly well-remembered, a couple of these stories can be found online. Scanned by fans of the old character. Hashimoto-san briefly returned to animation, as one of many classic Terrytoons characters receiving cameos in the [[MightyMouse Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures]] (1987-1988). But other than that, Hashimoto-san remains defunct. ----
1st Jul '13 5:18:01 PM MarkLungo
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'''''Hashimoto-san''''' is a relatively well-regarded character from the TerryToons studio. An anthropomorphic Japanese housemouse who practices martial arts, raises a family, and narrates tales to his friends.
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[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/hashimotosan_6496.jpg]] '''''Hashimoto-san''''' is a relatively well-regarded character from the TerryToons Creator/{{Terrytoons}} studio. An anthropomorphic Japanese UsefulNotes/{{Japan}}ese housemouse who practices martial arts, raises a family, and narrates tales to his friends.

Kuwahara had been born in Tokyo. His family moved to the United States c. 1910. He entered the animation field in 1932 when hired by the WaltDisney animation studio. He worked in the storyboard department for animated shorts, such as the SillySymphonies entry ''Who Killed Cock Robin?'' (1935) and the MickeyMouse entry ''Thru the Mirror" (1936). He was also involved in the story department of a feature film, Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs (1937). He left the Disney studio in 1937, starting work in MetroGoldwynMayer. WorldWarII derailed Kuwahara's career as he spend "three hectic years" (as descibed by Bob himself) in an internment camp for Japanese Americans. He tried his hand as a comic strip artist from 1945 to 1950. But returned to animation when hired by Paul Terry in 1950. Nine years later, Kuwahara got to create his own character. He wanted to have the series serve to introduce American audiences to "positive images of Japan".
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Kuwahara had been born in Tokyo.UsefulNotes/{{Tokyo}}. His family moved to the United States c. 1910. He entered the animation field in 1932 when hired by the WaltDisney Creator/WaltDisney animation studio. He worked in the storyboard department for animated shorts, such as the SillySymphonies WesternAnimation/SillySymphonies entry ''Who Killed Cock Robin?'' (1935) and the MickeyMouse entry ''Thru the Mirror" (1936). He was also involved in the story department of a feature film, Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' (1937). He left the Disney studio in 1937, starting work in MetroGoldwynMayer. WorldWarII Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer. UsefulNotes/WorldWarII derailed Kuwahara's career as he spend "three hectic years" (as descibed by Bob himself) in an internment camp for Japanese Americans. He tried his hand as a comic strip artist from 1945 to 1950. But returned to animation when hired by Paul Terry in 1950. Nine years later, Kuwahara got to create his own character. He wanted to have the series serve to introduce American audiences to "positive images of Japan".
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