History WesternAnimation / HeyGoodLookin

11th Feb '18 12:38:28 PM MackWylde
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* BewareTheNiceOnes:
** Roz may be a sweet girl but is also strong-willed and she knows how to throw a punch.
** Crazy is a loyal friend but he does live up to his name.


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* DirtyCoward: Vinny constantly goggles at Rozzie and grops her any chance he gets. He also chickened out during the rumble even after he got the rest of the Stompers involved. [[Justified]] though as he did want to fight it because he wanted to fight for Rozzie.


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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Vinny
* MsFanservice: Rozzie, big time. Look at the trope above and add that with the fact that her large breasts that constantly get groped and harassed throughout the course of the movie.


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* NiceGirl: Rossie and Eva.
30th Aug '17 8:17:44 PM TheJayman49
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* DeliberateValuesDissonance: In true Bakshi fashion, there's a lot of racial inequality depicted throughout the film. For example, the beach that Vinnie and Crazy go to about mid-way through is segregated.
23rd Jan '17 8:52:04 AM Nakuyabi
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* {{Deconstruction}}: Of 1950s nostalgia, whether people think the 1950s were really just like ''Series/HappyDays'' or ''Film/{{Grease}}'' or whatever. The "cool" main character is a DirtyCoward, he and his girlfriend aren't really in love, he and his friends are not TrueCompanions, etc.
* DisneyAcidSequence: One of these occurs during the film.
* FakeUltimateHero: Vinnie, despite being the main character and leader of the Stompers, is in fact a huge coward, who skips town rather than help his gang in the fight against their rivals, despite being the one who got them into it in the first place.

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* {{Deconstruction}}: Of 1950s nostalgia, whether people think the 1950s were really just like ''Series/HappyDays'' or ''Film/{{Grease}}'' or whatever. The "cool" main character is a DirtyCoward, he and his girlfriend aren't really in love, he and his friends gang are not ''not'' TrueCompanions, etc.
* DisneyAcidSequence: One A view through Crazy's eyes gives us one of these occurs during the film.
his final descent into utter lunacy.
* FakeUltimateHero: Vinnie, despite being the "cool" main character and leader of the Stompers, is in fact actually a huge coward, coward who skips town rather than help his gang in the fight against their rivals, despite being the one who got them into it in the first place.



* TakingYouWithMe: During the climax, Crazy jumps off a rooftop and lands on Sully, who is about to kill Vinnie, killing both himself and his father.

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* TakingYouWithMe: During the climax, Crazy jumps off a rooftop and lands on Sully, Solly, who is about to kill Vinnie, killing both himself and his father.
23rd Jan '17 8:43:25 AM Nakuyabi
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** Solly the Cop, BIG TIME.

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** Solly the Cop, BIG TIME.Crazy's CowboyCop father, who's not above using the JackBauerInterrogationTechnique on his own son.



* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Crazy Shapiro sums this up perfectly.

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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Crazy Shapiro sums this Shapiro, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin who lives up perfectly.to his name]] to the point of being well-nigh AxeCrazy.


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* TortureAlwaysWorks: Subverted, in that while Solly ''does'' manage to beat an answer out of his son Crazy, the boy lies to take the heat off himself [[spoiler: and fingers Vinnie for murdering the rival gang's members]] as part of telling him what he wants to hear.
* UnusualEuphemism: In one scene, Crazy comes up with a remarkable number of burger-related metaphors for what he's doing as he gets frisky with Rozzie's friend Eva.
2nd Jan '17 1:53:14 PM Gosicrystal
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''Hey Good Lookin[='=]'' is an animated film by Creator/RalphBakshi that was released in 1982. Originally planned as a [[RogerRabbitEffect live-action/animated movie]], it was later changed to a fully animated film. It has been said that its original live-action/animated setting is still around [[LostForever but may be hard to find]]. A soundtrack of the film was released around 2006.

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''Hey Good Lookin[='=]'' is an animated film by Creator/RalphBakshi that was released in 1982. Originally planned as a [[RogerRabbitEffect live-action/animated movie]], it was later changed to a fully animated film. It has been said that its original live-action/animated setting is still around [[LostForever [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes but may be hard to find]]. A soundtrack of the film was released around 2006.



* AbusiveParents: Solly the Cop, BIG TIME.

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* AbusiveParents: AbusiveParents:
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Solly the Cop, BIG TIME.



* BareYourMidriff: Rozzie
* BigBeautifulWoman: Eva
* BigEater: Eva

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* BareYourMidriff: Rozzie
Rozzie.
* BigBeautifulWoman: Eva
Eva.
* BigEater: EvaEva.



* LostForever: The actual live-action/animated version of the film is this to all except Creator/WarnerBros
16th Nov '16 8:31:50 PM Tidal_Wave_17
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** Rozzie's dad, who chains her to her bed to keep her from her date with Vinnie.


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* BigBeautifulWoman: Eva
17th Jun '16 4:22:33 PM Mdumas43073
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''Hey Good Lookin'' is an animated film by Creator/RalphBakshi that was released in 1982. Originally planned as a [[RogerRabbitEffect live-action/animated movie]], it was later changed to a fully animated film. It has been said that its original live-action/animated setting is still around [[LostForever but may be hard to find]]. A soundtrack of the film was released around 2006.

!!''Hey Good Lookin'' provides these tropes:

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''Hey Good Lookin'' Lookin[='=]'' is an animated film by Creator/RalphBakshi that was released in 1982. Originally planned as a [[RogerRabbitEffect live-action/animated movie]], it was later changed to a fully animated film. It has been said that its original live-action/animated setting is still around [[LostForever but may be hard to find]]. A soundtrack of the film was released around 2006.

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!!''Hey Good Lookin'' Lookin[='=]'' provides these tropes:
12th Oct '15 10:45:59 AM CorahsUncle
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''Hey Good Lookin'' is an animated film by Creator/RalphBakshi that was released in 1982. Originally to be planned out as a [[RogerRabbitEffect live-action/animated movie]] but was later changed to a fully-animated film. It has been said that its original live-action/animated setting is still around [[LostForever but may be hard to find]]. A soundtrack of the film was released around 2006.

!!''Hey good looking provides with these tropes'':

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''Hey Good Lookin'' is an animated film by Creator/RalphBakshi that was released in 1982. Originally to be planned out as a [[RogerRabbitEffect live-action/animated movie]] but movie]], it was later changed to a fully-animated fully animated film. It has been said that its original live-action/animated setting is still around [[LostForever but may be hard to find]]. A soundtrack of the film was released around 2006.

!!''Hey good looking Good Lookin'' provides with these tropes'':tropes:



* CloudCuckooLander: Crazy Shapiro sums this up perfectly.
* {{Deconstruction}}: Of 1950s nostalgia, whether people think the 1950s were really just like ''HappyDays'' or ''Grease'' or whatever (the "cool" main character is a DirtyCoward, he and his girlfriend aren't really in love, he and his friends are not TrueCompanions, etc.).
* DisneyAcidSequence: It has one of these during the film.

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* CloudCuckooLander: {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Crazy Shapiro sums this up perfectly.
* {{Deconstruction}}: Of 1950s nostalgia, whether people think the 1950s were really just like ''HappyDays'' ''Series/HappyDays'' or ''Grease'' ''Film/{{Grease}}'' or whatever (the whatever. The "cool" main character is a DirtyCoward, he and his girlfriend aren't really in love, he and his friends are not TrueCompanions, etc.).
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* DisneyAcidSequence: It has one One of these occurs during the film.



* FramingDevice: The plot is a story being told by an older man to a middle aged woman, in reality Vinnie and Roz 30 years later.

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* FramingDevice: The plot is a story being told by an older man to a middle aged middle-aged woman, in reality Vinnie and Roz 30 years later.



* ImpossibleHourglassFigure: Rozzie has this with a mixture of a big butt.
* LostForever: The actual live-action/animated version of the film is in this to all except WarnerBros.
* OffingTheOffspring: Crazy's father Solly, a violent corrupt cop, constantly tries to kill him.

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* ImpossibleHourglassFigure: Rozzie has this this, combined with a mixture of a big butt.
* LostForever: The actual live-action/animated version of the film is in this to all except WarnerBros.
Creator/WarnerBros
* OffingTheOffspring: Crazy's father father, Solly, a violent corrupt cop, constantly tries to kill him.



* RotoScoping: Some parts of the film have this, and it isn't hard to tell either.
* RogerRabbitEffect: Started out as this, but was later reworked as an animated feature. Although certain parts of the film have the animated characters over live-action backgrounds.
* ShoutOut: A certain part of the film has animated characters doing WildTake reactions, that look [[Creator/TexAvery very]] [[RedHotRidingHood familiar]].
* TakingYouWithMe: During the climax, Crazy jumps off a rooftop and lands on Sully who is about to kill Vinnie, killing both himself and his father.

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* RotoScoping: {{Rotoscoping}}: Some parts of the film have this, and it isn't hard to tell tell, either.
* RogerRabbitEffect: Started The film started out as this, but was later reworked as an animated feature. Although feature, although certain parts of the film have the animated characters over live-action backgrounds.
* ShoutOut: A certain part of the film has animated characters doing WildTake reactions, that look [[Creator/TexAvery very]] [[RedHotRidingHood [[WesternAnimation/RedHotRidingHood familiar]].
* TakingYouWithMe: During the climax, Crazy jumps off a rooftop and lands on Sully Sully, who is about to kill Vinnie, killing both himself and his father.
12th Oct '15 10:28:42 AM TheRealYuma
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* LostForever: The actual live-action/animated version of the film is in this.

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* LostForever: The actual live-action/animated version of the film is in this.this to all except WarnerBros.
12th Oct '15 10:25:35 AM TheRealYuma
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* CaptainObviousReveal: TheReveal at the end, that the middle aged woman and man who are telling the story are actually Roz and Vinnie in present day, isnt really much of a shocker.
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