History WesternAnimation / RankinBassJackFrost

13th Jul '16 8:58:04 AM Whitewings
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* AnimalsHateHim: Kubla Krauss. No living creature can bear to be around him, so, to quote the narrator, "he had his horse Clangstomper, who ran by steam, and Fetch-Kvetch the butler, who ran by clockwork. Even the mice were mechanical!"

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* AnimalsHateHim: Kubla Krauss. No living creature can bear to be around him, so, to quote the narrator, "he had his horse Clangstomper, who ran by steam, and Fetch-Kvetch the butler, who ran by clockwork. Even the mice were mechanical!"artificial!"
26th Feb '15 10:00:50 AM StFan
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* GenderFlip: The main plot is very similar to Hans Christian Andersen's TheLittleMermaid: a water elemental falls in love with a human after rescuing them from drowning and becomes human in order to win their love. Added to that, the love interest never realizes the truth, and marries a noble who they believe was the one who saved their life. To further cement this, the elemental "dies" at their loved one's marriage to another.

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* GenderFlip: The main plot is very similar to Hans Christian Andersen's TheLittleMermaid: "Literature/TheLittleMermaid": a water elemental falls in love with a human after rescuing them from drowning and becomes human in order to win their love. Added to that, the love interest never realizes the truth, and marries a noble who they believe was the one who saved their life. To further cement this, the elemental "dies" at their loved one's marriage to another.
6th Jan '15 2:15:45 PM nombretomado
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In this 1979 RankinBass winter special, reporters from all over the USA are gathering to see Pardon-Me Pete, the groundhog that does the whole Groundhog Day thing. He sees his shadow and runs back inside, but wait! There's no sun to make any shadows! Cut to inside the burrow, where Pete talks to [[BreakingtheFourthWall the camera]]. He decides to explain all about a little agreement he has with Jack Frost...

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In this 1979 RankinBass Creator/{{Rankin Bass|Productions}} winter special, reporters from all over the USA are gathering to see Pardon-Me Pete, the groundhog that does the whole Groundhog Day thing. He sees his shadow and runs back inside, but wait! There's no sun to make any shadows! Cut to inside the burrow, where Pete talks to [[BreakingtheFourthWall the camera]]. He decides to explain all about a little agreement he has with Jack Frost...
1st Jan '15 9:38:35 PM Sammettik
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* ForgoneConclusion: Jack Frost clearly is still a magic spirit at the beginning of the short which seems to take place in TheSixties.

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* ForgoneConclusion: ForegoneConclusion: Jack Frost clearly is still a magic spirit at the beginning of the short which seems to take place in TheSixties.
16th Dec '14 12:29:05 PM CartoonBrewMonkey
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* ForgoneConclusion: Jack Frost clearly is still a magic spirit at the beginning of the short which seems to take place in TheSixties.
16th Dec '14 12:26:49 PM CartoonBrewMonkey
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* GenderFlip: The main plot is very similar to Hans Christian Andersen's TheLittleMermaid: a water elemental falls in love with a human after rescuing them from drowning and becomes human in order to win their love, but the love interest does not recognize the truth and marries another.

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* GenderFlip: The main plot is very similar to Hans Christian Andersen's TheLittleMermaid: a water elemental falls in love with a human after rescuing them from drowning and becomes human in order to win their love, but love. Added to that, the love interest does not recognize never realizes the truth truth, and marries a noble who they believe was the one who saved their life. To further cement this, the elemental "dies" at their loved one's marriage to another.
16th Dec '14 12:24:31 PM CartoonBrewMonkey
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* GenderFlip: The main plot is very similar to Hans Christian Andersen's TheLittleMermaid: a water elemental falls in love with a human after rescuing them from drowning and becomes human in order to win their love, but the love interest does not recognize the truth and marries another.
14th Dec '14 1:27:48 AM tymime
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--> '''Fetch-Kvetch:''' How can you woo her? She doesn't ''like'' you!

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--> '''Fetch-Kvetch:''' '''Dummy:''' How can you woo her? She doesn't ''like'' you!
14th Dec '14 1:27:27 AM tymime
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* DeadpanSnarker: Fetch-Kvetch the clockwork butler has moments like this. His responses to Kubla Krauss's IWantSong fit the bill.

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* DeadpanSnarker: Fetch-Kvetch the clockwork butler Dummy has moments like this. His responses to Kubla Krauss's IWantSong fit the bill.
2nd Dec '14 9:24:56 PM WolframAndHart
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* KingArthur: He doesn't appear, but when Sir Raveneau comes back to January Junction, Elisa explains that he's been away in Arthur's service. For
whatever reason, Arthur gave the knight permission to go home for Christmas.

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* KingArthur: He doesn't appear, but when Sir Raveneau comes back to January Junction, Elisa explains that he's been away in Arthur's service. For
For whatever reason, Arthur gave the knight permission to go home for Christmas.
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