History WesternAnimation / MightyMouse

24th Jul '16 3:03:58 PM nombretomado
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-->'''Pearl:''' I will never give up hope. He's my favorite [[BobHope radio comedian!]]

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-->'''Pearl:''' I will never give up hope. He's my favorite [[BobHope [[Creator/BobHope radio comedian!]]
18th Jul '16 12:55:49 PM Prinzenick
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* TakeThat: "Don't Touch That Dial" is an eviscerating {{Satire}} of the abysmal state of TV cartoons in the 70's and 80's, from Creator/HannaBarbera, DiC, Filmation, Ruby Spears, and so on.
24th Jun '16 5:31:39 PM nombretomado
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The series was remade again in the late 1980's for Creator/{{CBS}}' Saturday morning cartoon block by famed animator Creator/RalphBakshi. His ''Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures'' was a highly innovative, [[ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs insane]] series that pioneered the anarchic pop-culture obsessed, [[PeripheryDemographic young adult-attracting]] style of television cartoons which flourished in the 1990's. Many of those who worked, created or had major impact on those later shows originally found writing and animation jobs for ''Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures'' including Bakshi's long time friend and protegé Creator/JohnKricfalusi, [[{{DCAU}} Bruce Timm]], [[TinyToonAdventures Jim Reardon]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}} Tom Minton]]. Sadly, if remembered at all, it's usually for the controversy surrounding a scene in which Mighty Mouse sniffed some crushed flowers that looked a heck of a lot like cocaine. The creators contend to this day that it was unintentional, but considering how every episode seemed ever more dedicated to GettingCrapPastTheRadar, there really isn't a whole lot of plausible deniability.

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The series was remade again in the late 1980's for Creator/{{CBS}}' Saturday morning cartoon block by famed animator Creator/RalphBakshi. His ''Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures'' was a highly innovative, [[ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs insane]] series that pioneered the anarchic pop-culture obsessed, [[PeripheryDemographic young adult-attracting]] style of television cartoons which flourished in the 1990's. Many of those who worked, created or had major impact on those later shows originally found writing and animation jobs for ''Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures'' including Bakshi's long time friend and protegé Creator/JohnKricfalusi, [[{{DCAU}} Bruce Timm]], [[TinyToonAdventures [[WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures Jim Reardon]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}} Tom Minton]]. Sadly, if remembered at all, it's usually for the controversy surrounding a scene in which Mighty Mouse sniffed some crushed flowers that looked a heck of a lot like cocaine. The creators contend to this day that it was unintentional, but considering how every episode seemed ever more dedicated to GettingCrapPastTheRadar, there really isn't a whole lot of plausible deniability.
4th Apr '16 4:10:18 PM themisterfree
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** "Heroes And Zeroes"--The Mighty Heroes

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** "Heroes And Zeroes"--The Mighty HeroesHeroes (who have since become accountants)
9th Mar '16 6:19:34 PM Greenygal
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The series was remade again in the late 1980's for Creator/{{CBS}}' Saturday morning cartoon block by famed animator Creator/RalphBakshi. His ''Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures'' was a highly innovative, [[ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs insane]] series that pioneered the anarchic pop-culture obsessed, [[PeripheryDemographic young adult-attracting]] style of television cartoons which flourished in the 1990's. Many of those who worked, created or had major impact on those later shows originally found writing and animation jobs for ''Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures'' including Bakshi's long time friend and protogé Creator/JohnKricfalusi, [[{{DCAU}} Bruce Timm]], [[TinyToonAdventures Jim Reardon]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}} Tom Minton]]. Sadly, if remembered at all, it's usually for the controversy surrounding a scene in which Mighty Mouse sniffed some crushed flowers that looked a heck of a lot like cocaine. The creators contend to this day that it was unintentional, but considering how every episode seemed ever more dedicated to GettingCrapPastTheRadar, there really isn't a whole lot of plausible deniability.

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The series was remade again in the late 1980's for Creator/{{CBS}}' Saturday morning cartoon block by famed animator Creator/RalphBakshi. His ''Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures'' was a highly innovative, [[ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs insane]] series that pioneered the anarchic pop-culture obsessed, [[PeripheryDemographic young adult-attracting]] style of television cartoons which flourished in the 1990's. Many of those who worked, created or had major impact on those later shows originally found writing and animation jobs for ''Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures'' including Bakshi's long time friend and protogé protegé Creator/JohnKricfalusi, [[{{DCAU}} Bruce Timm]], [[TinyToonAdventures Jim Reardon]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}} Tom Minton]]. Sadly, if remembered at all, it's usually for the controversy surrounding a scene in which Mighty Mouse sniffed some crushed flowers that looked a heck of a lot like cocaine. The creators contend to this day that it was unintentional, but considering how every episode seemed ever more dedicated to GettingCrapPastTheRadar, there really isn't a whole lot of plausible deniability.
7th Feb '16 1:10:57 PM GrammarNavi
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* TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation

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* TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimationUsefulNotes/TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation
7th Feb '16 1:09:24 PM GrammarNavi
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A SuperHero anthropomorphic mouse saves the day, the world and his girlfriend, Pearl Pureheart. Originally one of the Creator/{{Terrytoons}} (yes, from the same fine company as WesternAnimation/HeckleAndJeckle) from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation.

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A SuperHero anthropomorphic mouse saves the day, the world and his girlfriend, Pearl Pureheart. Originally one of the Creator/{{Terrytoons}} (yes, from the same fine company as WesternAnimation/HeckleAndJeckle) from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation.
UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation.
7th Feb '16 1:08:38 PM GrammarNavi
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* TakeThat: "Don't Touch That Dial" is a particularly biting satire of Creator/HannaBarbera, {{Anime}} (with a hint of ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters''), the TheDarkAgeOfAnimation and television of the 1980's in general.

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* TakeThat: "Don't Touch That Dial" is a particularly biting satire of Creator/HannaBarbera, {{Anime}} (with a hint of ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters''), the TheDarkAgeOfAnimation UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation and television of the 1980's in general.
28th Jan '16 4:56:26 AM erracht
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: played with, if not subverted, in ''The Wreck of the Hesperus''. The skipper's daughter sits down and crosses her legs, revealing her long Victorian pantalettes - not very sexy to a 20th-century viewer but likely scandalous at the time the poem takes place. Then, when the narrator reads the "And her bosom white as the hawthorn buds/That ope in the month of May" - which is taken directly from Longfellow's original poem -, she is shown ''covering'' her bosom with her hand. One way or another, the "bosom" part is cut from at least one release.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: played with, if not subverted, with in ''The Wreck of the Hesperus''. The skipper's daughter sits down and crosses her legs, revealing her long Victorian pantalettes - not very sexy to a 20th-century viewer but likely scandalous at the time the poem takes place. Then, when the narrator reads the "And her bosom white as the hawthorn buds/That ope in the month of May" - which is taken directly from Longfellow's original poem -, she is shown ''covering'' her bosom with her hand. One way or another, the "bosom" part is cut from at least one release.
28th Jan '16 4:55:14 AM erracht
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: played with in ''The Wreck of the Hesperus''. The skipper's daughter sits down and crosses her legs, revealing her long Victorian pantalettes - not very sexy to a 20th-century viewer but probably scandalous at the time the poem takes place. Then, when the narrator reads the "And her bosom white as the hawthorn buds/That ope in the month of May" - which is taken directly from Longfellow's original poem -, she is shown ''covering'' her bosom with her hand. One way or another, the "bosom" part is cut from at least one release.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: played with with, if not subverted, in ''The Wreck of the Hesperus''. The skipper's daughter sits down and crosses her legs, revealing her long Victorian pantalettes - not very sexy to a 20th-century viewer but probably likely scandalous at the time the poem takes place. Then, when the narrator reads the "And her bosom white as the hawthorn buds/That ope in the month of May" - which is taken directly from Longfellow's original poem -, she is shown ''covering'' her bosom with her hand. One way or another, the "bosom" part is cut from at least one release.
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