History WesternAnimation / PinchcliffeGrandPrix

5th Jan '17 6:39:52 AM DarkerShining
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* SanitySlippage: Frimand Pløsen gradually undergoes this over the course of ''Jul'' as he keeps looking for ways to save the local newspaper after most of the population has turned against him because he keeps reporting that it'll snow, yet there's no snow in sight. It's by the time he leaves the snow machine on to break an old snow record that he really starts going overboard in looking for bigger news stories, to the point where he doesn't care that Flåklypa might disappear entirely in all the snow because it'd make such an amazing news story. By the end of the movie he has returned to his senses, though, and decided to stop focusing so much on the weather and look for other news stories.
4th Jul '16 12:30:21 PM Eilevgmyhren
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* NorwegianLanguageStruggle: Strongly on the dialectal side. The protagonists all use some form of the "eastern valley" mode, justified because of the rural setting. Blodstrupmoen, the antagonist, has clearly brushed upp his language to more "posh" Norwegian, but his accent slips when he delivers his challenge. And then, there is the ''genuine'' language struggler, personified in the poet Hallstein Bronskimlet from the western parts of Norway.

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* NorwegianLanguageStruggle: Strongly on the dialectal side. The protagonists all use some form of the "eastern valley" mode, justified because of the rural setting. Blodstrupmoen, the antagonist, has clearly brushed upp up his language to more "posh" Norwegian, but his accent slips when he delivers his challenge. And then, there is the ''genuine'' language struggler, personified in the poet Hallstein Bronskimlet from the western parts of Norway.
4th Jul '16 12:29:58 PM Eilevgmyhren
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* NorwegianLanguageStruggle: Strongly on the dialectal side. The protagonists all use some form of the "eastern valley" mode, justified because of the rural setting. Blodstrupmoen, the antagonist, has clearly brushed upp his language to more "posh" Norwegian, but his accent slips when he delivers his challenge. And then, there is the ''genuine'' language struggler, personified in the poet Hallstein Bronskimlet from the western parts of Norway.
16th Feb '16 5:47:29 PM eroock
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'''''Pinchcliffe Grand Prix''''' or '''''Flåklypa Grand Prix''''' is a 1975 Norwegian animated feature film, directed by Ivo Caprino based on the works of author Kjell Aukrust, and featuring characters from many of Aukrust's books.

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'''''Pinchcliffe ''Pinchcliffe Grand Prix''''' Prix'' or '''''Flåklypa ''Flåklypa Grand Prix''''' Prix'' is a 1975 Norwegian animated feature film, directed by Ivo Caprino based on the works of author Kjell Aukrust, and featuring characters from many of Aukrust's books.
29th Nov '15 4:42:43 AM mrnickname
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* BadassDriver. Everyone partaking in the race, but special credit goes to Reodor and Rudolf.



* BadassDriver. Everyone partaking in the race, but special credit goes to Reodor and Rudolf.
29th Nov '15 4:42:03 AM mrnickname
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* BadassDriver. Everyone partaking in the race, but special credit goes to Reodor and Rudolf.
4th Oct '15 12:18:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs: In the books, Emanuel Desperados works at the local dairy. Maybe his bodyguard/chauffeur gig was a summer job.
27th Apr '15 5:07:18 AM Eilevgmyhren
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* PitGirls: Actually a ''guy'' - none other than the ButtMonkey who delivers the mail, and is known for being hit by cars over and over. A bit of FridgeLogic occurs when you realize ''he'' is the guy with the flag...

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* PitGirls: Actually a ''guy'' - none other than the ButtMonkey Gudleik Knotten, who delivers the mail, and is known for being hit by cars over and over. A bit of FridgeLogic occurs when you realize ''he'' is the guy with the flag...
27th Apr '15 5:04:43 AM Eilevgmyhren
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* PitGirls: Actually a ''guy'' - none other than the ButtMonkey who delivers the mail, and is known for being hit by cars over and over. A bit of FridgeLogic occurs when you realize ''he'' is the guy with the flag...
24th Dec '14 9:36:40 AM Roo
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Solan and Ludvig would go on to star in many books by Aukrust, usually composed of small humorous SliceOfLife vignettes, and the pair would return to the movie world in the hand-drawn animated movie ''Solan, Ludvig og Gurin med Reverompa'' ("Solan, Ludvig and Gurin with the Fox Tail") in 1998, in which Reodor had a minor role.

In 2013, a new stop-motion animated movie with the characters and setting was released, named ''Jul i Flåklypa'' ("Christmas at Pinchcliffe").

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Solan and Ludvig would go on to star in many books by Aukrust, usually composed of small humorous SliceOfLife vignettes, and the pair would return to the movie world in the hand-drawn animated movie ''Solan, Ludvig og Gurin med Reverompa'' ("Solan, Ludvig and Gurin with the Fox Tail") in 1998, in which Reodor had a minor role.

role. In this story, Solan is an Oslo private detective, with Ludvig as his assistant, and they are tasked with finding a ''nisse'' (sort of a Norwegian gnome) named Gurin, who has grown a fox's tail.

In 2013, a new stop-motion animated movie with the characters and setting was released, named ''Jul i Flåklypa'' ("Christmas at Pinchcliffe"). Here, Solan and Ludvig are back to living with Reodor, and the plot revolves around Reodor inventing a snow machine in order to get snow for Christmas, but things get out of hand.
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