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10th May '16 2:30:13 PM philipnova798
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* OffModel: Much like Fred Wolf's [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 other cartoon]], airing at the same time, this got it '''''bad''''' between a mixture of multiple animation studios[[note]]Creator/HongYingAnimation, Creator/PhilippineAnimationStudioInc, Amisong, ITT Production, Creator/WangFilmProductions and Creator/VargaStudio (both of whom also worked on ''Turtles'', the only ones to do so)[[/note]] and a really low budget.

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* OffModel: Much like Fred Wolf's [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 other cartoon]], airing at the same time, this got it '''''bad''''' between a mixture of multiple animation studios[[note]]Creator/HongYingAnimation, studios[[note]]Creator/HongYing, Creator/PhilippineAnimationStudioInc, Amisong, ITT Production, Creator/WangFilmProductions and Creator/VargaStudio (both of whom also worked on ''Turtles'', the only ones to do so)[[/note]] and a really low budget.
10th May '16 2:29:31 PM philipnova798
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* OffModel: Much like Fred Wolf's [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 other cartoon]], airing at the same time, this got it '''''bad''''' between a mixture of multiple animation studios[[note]]Creator/HongYingAnimation, Creator/PhilippineAnimationStudioInc, Amisong, ITT Production, Creator/WangFilmProductions and Creator/VargaStudio (both of whom also worked on ''Turtles'', the only ones to do so)[[/note]] and a really low budget.
17th Apr '16 9:28:11 PM Selina57
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* SinsOfOurFathers: At least two girls in the series fit this trope. In the episode "Never Lose Hope", Warfield Academy got a new science teacher whose father was believed to be a S.C.U.M. agent until James Senior arrested him. Believing her father to be innocent and wanting to make James Senior know how she felt, she went after James Junior. [[spoiler: It was later revealed that her father was not in prison but under a protection program]]. In "Appointment in Macau", James befriended Lily Mai, whose father was one of the heads of the Raven Triad. [[spoiler:Actually, he was [[TheMole a mole]] working for the Interpol]].

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* SinsOfOurFathers: At least two girls in the series fit this trope. In the episode "Never Lose Hope", Warfield Academy got a new science teacher whose father was believed to be a had been kidnapped by S.C.U.M. agent until to use one of the father's inventions for evil. James Senior arrested him. Believing infiltrated the base where her father to be innocent was held and destroyed it and apparently her father died as well. Heartbroken over the loss of her father and wanting to make James Senior know how she felt, she went after James Junior. [[spoiler: It was later revealed that her father [[DeathFakedForYou was not in prison dead]] but under a protection program]]. In "Appointment in Macau", James befriended Lily Mai, whose father was one of the heads of the Raven Triad and whom Dr. No kidnapped because of his grudge against the Raven Triad. [[spoiler:Actually, he was [[TheMole a mole]] working for the Interpol]].Interpol but not even Lily knew that]].
26th Feb '16 3:09:49 AM foxley
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* LovesOnlyGold: The series featured both Goldfinger, and his Goldie Finger who shares her father's obsession with gold.
7th Nov '15 8:19:09 AM DeepthroatGhoul
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* DinnerOrderFlub: In one episode, the snotty rich kid takes a girl to a restaurant and orders a meal in French. On his first attempt he orders a live lobster. When the focus returns to him after cutting to Bond's adventures for a while, he's finally managed to order ''something'' edible in French - a cheese sandwich.

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* DinnerOrderFlub: In one episode, the snotty rich kid Trevor Noseworthy takes a girl to a restaurant and orders a meal in French. On his first attempt he orders a live lobster. When the focus returns to him after cutting to Bond's Bond Jr.'s adventures for a while, he's Trevor's finally managed to order ''something'' edible in French - a cheese sandwich.
15th Aug '15 4:21:44 PM MarkLungo
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* YellowPeril: Dr. No, ''far'' more than in the original despite now having ''[[{{Bowdlerize}} green skin]]'', just like the Ming in ''DefendersOfTheEarth'' and the Mandarin in the later ''WesternAnimation/IronMan'' cartoon.

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* YellowPeril: Dr. No, ''far'' more than in the original despite now having ''[[{{Bowdlerize}} green skin]]'', just like the Ming in ''DefendersOfTheEarth'' ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'' and the Mandarin in the later ''WesternAnimation/IronMan'' cartoon.
6th Jun '15 4:52:30 PM ReloadPsi
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* WeAllLiveInAmerica: Despite his accent, Bond's fashion sense is distinctly American, as is his vocabulary. A "prep school" is far more likely to be called a "grammar school" in the UK, and "gym class" is typically called "P.E." over there. These are just examples from the first five minutes of the first episode; one could probably give this trope its own full page for this work.
26th Jan '15 5:31:21 AM DeepthroatGhoul
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* ButtMonkey: Trevor Noseworthy IV.
19th Apr '14 12:32:00 PM Cindylover1969
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The basic idea of the series seems to derive from the novel ''003½: The Adventures of James Bond Junior'' (1967), a licensed spin-off of the James Bond series of novels. The novel was supposed to be the first of a spin-off novel series but nothing came of it. Harry Saltzman, co-producer of the Bond films from 1962 to 1974, had reportedly considered adapting the novel in a television series. But these plans were aborted by the early [[TheSeventies 1970s]], This animated series revived the concept of a nephew for Bond, and was at least moderately successful.

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The basic idea of the series seems to derive from the novel ''003½: The Adventures of James Bond Junior'' (1967), a licensed spin-off of the James Bond series of novels. The novel was supposed to be the first of a spin-off novel series but nothing came of it. Harry Saltzman, co-producer of the Bond films from 1962 to 1974, had reportedly considered adapting the novel in a television series. But these plans were aborted by the early [[TheSeventies 1970s]], This animated series revived the concept of a nephew for Bond, and was at least moderately successful. (The novel and the series, it should be noted, have nothing in common other than the title.)
12th Apr '14 12:17:00 AM Steeleye
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** Of course, in the Fleming novel, Goldfinger's plan was to steal the gold and the nuclear device was to be used to crack the vault.
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