History WesternAnimation / ReallyRosie

12th Jan '17 11:53:36 PM Xtifr
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A 1975 animated television special created by Maurice Sendak (based on some of his children's books[[note]]Namely, ''The Sign on Rosie's Door'', as well as the ''Nutshell Library'' books.[[/note]]) and performed by Music/CaroleKing, which was later adapted into an off Broadway play.

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A 1975 animated television special created by Maurice Sendak Creator/MauriceSendak (based on some of his children's books[[note]]Namely, ''The Sign on Rosie's Door'', as well as the ''Nutshell Library'' books.[[/note]]) and performed by Music/CaroleKing, which was later adapted into an off Broadway play.
1st Jan '17 12:45:27 PM MrMediaGuy2
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* LionsAndTigersAndHumansOhMy: No one at all finds it unusual in the slightest that one of the kids is an anthropomorphic alligator.
17th Dec '16 8:46:37 AM tropower
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* DeadpanSnarker: All of the nutshell kids to a degree, but especially alligator with his signs.

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* DeadpanSnarker: All of the nutshell kids to a degree, but especially alligator Alligator with his signs.



* TalkingWithSigns: Alligator tends to do this, even though he is capable of speech.

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* TalkingWithSigns: Alligator tends to do this, even though he it is capable of speech.
17th Dec '16 8:44:06 AM tropower
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* BrokenRecord:
-->There once was a boy named Pierre / Who only would say "I don't care!"...



* TalkingWithSigns: Alligator tends to do this, even though it is capable of speech.

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* TalkingWithSigns: Alligator tends to do this, even though it he is capable of speech.



* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Take a guess what [[MeaningfulName Chicken Soup]] likes to eat.

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* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Take a guess what [[MeaningfulName Chicken Soup]] likes to eat.[[labelnote:hint]]It has "rice" in it...[[/labelnote]]
16th Jun '16 4:07:46 PM WileK209
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* DramaticThunder: Done during the "Ballad of Chicken Soup" song. It also occurs right before she sings it, after ominously asking her friends "Did you hear what happened to Chicken Soup?" lightning flashes and [[CueTheRain it starts to rain]].
8th May '16 5:59:53 PM isaacandalfie
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* SpaceWhaleAesop: If you don't care, your parents will leave you at home and you'll be swallowed whole by a lion.
19th Jan '16 9:45:39 AM tropower
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* TitleThemeTune:
-->"I'm really Rosie, and I'm Rosie real..."
19th Jan '16 9:44:49 AM tropower
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[[RefrainFromAssuming Has nothing to do with]] Rosie O'Donnell, or Creator/{{Roseanne}}[[note]]Although the latter once an [[CelebrityToons animated series]] called "Little Rosey".[[/note]].

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[[RefrainFromAssuming Has nothing to do with]] Rosie O'Donnell, or Creator/{{Roseanne}}[[note]]Although the latter once had an [[CelebrityToons animated series]] called "Little Rosey".[[/note]].
8th Jan '16 4:39:22 PM tropower
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[[RefrainFromAssuming Has nothing to do with]] Rosie O'Donnell, or Creator/{{Roseanne}}[[note]]Although the latter once an [[CelebrityToons animated series]] called "Little Rosey".[[/note]].
2nd Jan '16 6:25:00 AM Morgenthaler
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A 1975 animated television special created by Maurice Sendak (based on some of his children's books[[note]]Namely, ''The Sign on Rosie's Door'', as well as the ''Nutshell Library'' books.[[/note]]) and performed by CaroleKing, which was later adapted into an off Broadway play.

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A 1975 animated television special created by Maurice Sendak (based on some of his children's books[[note]]Namely, ''The Sign on Rosie's Door'', as well as the ''Nutshell Library'' books.[[/note]]) and performed by CaroleKing, Music/CaroleKing, which was later adapted into an off Broadway play.



* PopStarComposer: CaroleKing, at or not long after her artistic and commercial peak, wrote the music to the songs.

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* PopStarComposer: CaroleKing, Music/CaroleKing, at or not long after her artistic and commercial peak, wrote the music to the songs.
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