History WesternAnimation / StrawberryShortcake

17th Jan '18 5:09:01 PM lalalei2001
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In 2016, a [[https://seekingalpha.com/article/4060414-iconix-new-developments-upcoming-catalysts fourth reboot]] for Fall 2017 was announced, bringing Strawberry Shortcake back to the world of TV in three seasons and 39 half-hour episodes. Not much is known of this series, though it will be all-CGI like its predecessor.

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In 2016, a [[https://seekingalpha.com/article/4060414-iconix-new-developments-upcoming-catalysts fourth reboot]] for Fall 2017 2018 was announced, bringing Strawberry Shortcake back to the world of TV in three seasons and 39 half-hour episodes. Not much is known of this series, though it will be all-CGI like its predecessor.



* AllCGICartoon: The Sweet Dreams movie, the 2009 series, and the 2017 series are all-CGI.

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* AllCGICartoon: The Sweet Dreams movie, the 2009 series, and the 2017 2018 series are all-CGI.
17th Jan '18 7:13:57 AM BeerBaron
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* VideoGameDelegationPenalty: In ''Strawberryland Games'', when you buy desserts (which act as power-ups) from Angel Cake's bakery, you can choose between baking them yourself and having Angel bake them for you. The former choice gives you two desserts, while the latter only gets you one.
7th Dec '17 5:28:05 PM TrendingToon1
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* {{Lilliputians}}: Played straight; the show is set in a strawberry patch with a miniature world.
19th Nov '17 2:16:34 PM lalalei2001
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In 2003, she came back again, this time with a series of DirectToVideo specials, all of which were subsequently split up into a TV series. [[TheMovie It also spawned two movies]], regular soundtrack releases, and games. In this incarnation, she still lived in Strawberryland, but her friends lived in their own lands, and for a while there were no villains, just life lessons to be learned. In 2007, the Purple Pieman and Sour Grapes were re-introduced as villains and the character models were changed to make the characters look more like teenagers, but otherwise the series still followed the same basic format. This series is currently being offered on demand on some U.S. cable and satellite services through Creator/{{Kabillion}}, on sale on LeapFrog's [=AppCenter=], and available to those subscribed to Hulu Plus.

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In 2003, she came back again, this time with a series of DirectToVideo specials, all of which were subsequently split up into a TV series. [[TheMovie It also spawned two movies]], regular soundtrack releases, and games. In this incarnation, she still lived in Strawberryland, but her friends lived in their own lands, and for a while there were no villains, just life lessons to be learned. In 2007, the Purple Pieman and Sour Grapes were re-introduced as villains and the character models were changed to make the characters look more like teenagers, but otherwise the series still followed the same basic format. This series is currently being offered on demand on some U.S. cable and satellite services through Creator/{{Kabillion}}, on sale on LeapFrog's Creator/LeapFrog's [=AppCenter=], and available to those subscribed to Hulu Plus.
8th Nov '17 12:05:01 PM lalalei2001
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* HairRaisingHare, mildly: in "Sky's the Limit!", the girls are at one point threatened by a herd of stampeding bunnies.
* TheHyena: Plum Pudding

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* HairRaisingHare, mildly: in HairRaisingHare: In "Sky's the Limit!", the girls are at one point threatened by a herd of stampeding bunnies.
* TheHyena: Plum PuddingPudding is prone to fits of laughter.



* MinimalistCast

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* MinimalistCastMinimalistCast: Early on there were only five main cast members.



* SweetAndSourGrapes: In "Berryfest Princess," [[spoiler:Strawberry is rewarded for feeding the wanderberry that she was expected to bring back for the feast to a sick bird by finding a new one growing right outside her own house.]]

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* SweetAndSourGrapes: SweetAndSourGrapes:
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In "Berryfest Princess," [[spoiler:Strawberry is rewarded for feeding the wanderberry that she was expected to bring back for the feast to a sick bird by finding a new one growing right outside her own house.]]



* YouMeanXmas: First Frost.

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* YouMeanXmas: First Frost.Frost is their equivalent of Christmas.
1st Nov '17 8:36:23 PM lalalei2001
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* BraggingThemeTune: 2003 and 2009.

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* BraggingThemeTune: The 2003 and 2009.2009 series' theme songs talk about how sweet, lovable, and awesome Strawberry Shortcake is.
31st Oct '17 4:57:26 PM tropower
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* AntiVillain: The Peculiar Purple Pieman of Porcupine Peak in the first '80s television special, Raisin Cane in the 1986 comic book, and every antagonist in the 2003 series. In regards to the latter, Sour Grapes is a prime example of this trope, though this is subverted for her on some occasions.

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* AntiVillain: The Peculiar Purple Pieman of Porcupine Peak Peak[[note]]Ya-ta-ta-ta-ta-ta-ta-ta-ta-ta, ta-ta, ta-ta ta! Ta![[/note]] in the first '80s television special, Raisin Cane in the 1986 comic book, and every antagonist in the 2003 series. In regards to the latter, Sour Grapes is a prime example of this trope, though this is subverted for her on some occasions.



* ExpandedUniverse: All three incarnations have storybooks (including book and record sets) that tell original stories not based on any of the specials or TV episodes.[[note]]Although the second 2000s DVD "Spring for Strawberry Shortcake" has a theme that's similar in concept to the 1980s storybook, "Strawberry Shortcake and the Winter that Would not End", but this is a coincidence.[[/note]]



* NewYorkIsOnlyManhattan: The 80s version had a stand-in for Manhattan that ignored the rest of the city.

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* NewYorkIsOnlyManhattan: The 80s version had "Big Apple City", a stand-in for Manhattan that ignored the rest of the city.[[note]]In this case, this is due to the LawOfCoservationOfDetail, since the bake-off happens at "The Little Theater Off Times Pear" (based on Times Square, which is in Manhattan), and there wasn't much time to talk about the other parts of the city, so it's justified.[[/note]]



* BigApplesauce: Big Apple City, the eponymous place in the second special, ''Strawberry Shortcake in Big Apple City'', is a transparent N.Y.C. analogue, complete with Spinach Village. Moreover, on the album ''Strawberry Shortcake Live'', she sings a cover version of "New York, New York". (As David Letterman joked years later in a "Dave's Record Collection" segment, "I think this is the real reason the city can't sleep.")

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* BigApplesauce: Big Apple City, the eponymous place in the second special, ''Strawberry Shortcake in Big Apple City'', is a transparent N.Y.C. analogue, complete with Big 5 Avenue (an obvious reference to 5th Avenue) Sentimental Park (based on Central Park), Spinach Village.Village (Greenwich Village), and "the Little Theater off Times Pear (Times Square)". Moreover, on the album ''Strawberry Shortcake Live'', she sings a cover version of "New York, New York". (As David Letterman joked years later in a "Dave's Record Collection" segment, "I think this is the real reason the city can't sleep.")



** Furthermore, Raspberry Tart's defining character trait in that first special is that she speaks before thinking, which causes her to come off as unintentionally insulting. ("Aren't you a little old for watering cans?")
** In ''Pets on Parade'', the Pieman rigs the contest in his favor... but as a twist, he accuses Strawberry (the contest judge) of helping him in exchange for a bribe. Strawberry's friends ''immediately'' jump to the conclusion that Strawberry did in fact help him cheat, and they end up driving Strawberry away -- she doesn't come back until a new skunk friend convinces her to.

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** Furthermore, Raspberry Tart's defining character trait in that first special is that she speaks before thinking, which causes her to come off as unintentionally insulting. ("Aren't you a little old for watering cans?")
[watering cans], dearie?")
** In ''Pets on Parade'', the Pieman rigs the contest in his favor... but as a twist, he accuses Strawberry (the contest judge) of helping him in exchange for a bribe. Strawberry's friends ''immediately'' jump to the conclusion that Strawberry did in fact help him cheat, and they end up driving Strawberry away -- she doesn't come back until a new skunk friend friend[[note]]Who becomes Angel Cake's pet, and whom she names "Souffle".[[/note]] convinces her to.
25th Oct '17 11:54:57 AM lalalei2001
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In 2016, a [[https://seekingalpha.com/article/4060414-iconix-new-developments-upcoming-catalysts fourth reboot]] for Fall 2017 was announced, bringing Strawberry back to the world of TV in 39 half-hour episodes.

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In 2016, a [[https://seekingalpha.com/article/4060414-iconix-new-developments-upcoming-catalysts fourth reboot]] for Fall 2017 was announced, bringing Strawberry Shortcake back to the world of TV in three seasons and 39 half-hour episodes.
episodes. Not much is known of this series, though it will be all-CGI like its predecessor.
16th Oct '17 8:18:49 PM lalalei2001
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The franchise got another reboot in 2009, with Strawberry living in Berry Bitty City, and no villains in sight until Sour Grapes returned in 2016. This franchise has spawned a 2010 TV series, ''Strawberry Shortcake's Berry Bitty Adventures'', three movies, and an iPhone game that is [[NoExportForYou only available in the US.]] This series is on Creator/TheHub in the United States and Boomerang in some non-U.S. markets, and is released on DVD. Creator/IDWPublishing also made a miniseries of comics based on this series.

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The franchise got another reboot in 2009, with Strawberry living in Berry Bitty City, and no villains in sight until Sour Grapes returned in 2016. This franchise has spawned a 2010 TV series, ''Strawberry Shortcake's Berry Bitty Adventures'', three movies, and an iPhone game that is [[NoExportForYou only available in the US.]] This series is on Creator/TheHub in the United States and Boomerang in some non-U.S. markets, and is released on DVD. Creator/IDWPublishing also made a comic book miniseries of comics based on this series.
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11th Oct '17 1:58:15 PM lalalei2001
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The franchise got another reboot in 2009, with Strawberry living in Berry Bitty City, and no villains in sight until Sour Grapes returned in 2016. This franchise has spawned a 2010 TV series, ''Strawberry Shortcake's Berry Bitty Adventures'', three movies, and an iPhone game that is [[NoExportForYou only available in the US.]] This series is on Creator/TheHub in the United States and Boomerang in some non-U.S. markets, and is released on DVD.

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The franchise got another reboot in 2009, with Strawberry living in Berry Bitty City, and no villains in sight until Sour Grapes returned in 2016. This franchise has spawned a 2010 TV series, ''Strawberry Shortcake's Berry Bitty Adventures'', three movies, and an iPhone game that is [[NoExportForYou only available in the US.]] This series is on Creator/TheHub in the United States and Boomerang in some non-U.S. markets, and is released on DVD.
DVD. Creator/IDWPublishing also made a miniseries of comics based on this series.



* ArtEvolution: The characters have undergone four major design revisions since the franchise was launched in the early 80s. Seven if you count the little-seen hybrids and evolutions that popped up between the revisions.

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* ArtEvolution: The characters have undergone four five major design revisions since the franchise was launched in the early 80s. Seven if you count the little-seen hybrids and evolutions that popped up between the revisions.80s.
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