History WesternAnimation / TheBraveLittleToaster

6th Nov '17 8:46:36 PM foxley
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* GrounfByGears: Toaster commits a HeroicSacrifice by jumping into the gears of a trash compactor to stop it from killing the Master. Fortunately, the Master is able to repair him good as new.

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* GrounfByGears: GroundByGears: Toaster commits a HeroicSacrifice by jumping into the gears of a trash compactor to stop it from killing the Master. Fortunately, the Master is able to repair him good as new.
6th Nov '17 8:46:00 PM foxley
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* GrounfByGears: Toaster commits a HeroicSacrifice by jumping into the gears of a trash compactor to stop it from killing the Master. Fortunately, the Master is able to repair him good as new.
22nd Oct '17 7:37:24 PM huntdaddy
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** This could apply to all five of the main characters in the first movie. Originally, they weren't exactly on a very friendly basis with one another, and were prone to bickering with one another, sans Blankey, and [[NotSoAboveItAll to a lesser extent]], Toaster. Throughout their journey, however, they grow much closer to one another, and their newfound camaraderie carries over to the sequels.

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** This could apply to all five of the main characters in the first movie. Originally, they weren't exactly on a very friendly basis with one another, and were rather prone to bickering with one another, and name-calling, sans Blankey, and [[NotSoAboveItAll to a lesser extent]], Toaster. Throughout their journey, however, they grow much closer to one another, and their newfound camaraderie carries over to the sequels.
22nd Oct '17 7:36:07 PM huntdaddy
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** This could apply to all five of the main characters in the first movie. Originally, they weren't exactly on a very friendly basis with one another, and were prone to bickering with one another, sans Blankey, and [[NotSoAboveItAll to a lesser extent]], Toaster. Throughout their journey, however, they grow much closer to one another, and their newfound camaraderie carries over to the sequels.
11th Sep '17 9:44:49 PM NWolfman
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* MaliciousMisnaming: Not malicious per-se, but Kirby is the only one to refer to Blankey as "Blanket."
1st Sep '17 6:53:05 PM SlargTheGnome
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27th Aug '17 8:42:29 PM NWolfman
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** The opening shot of the film, where the camera slowly trucks in on the cabin, followed by repeated match cuts of a sun beam which leads up to the Master's bedroom, is an {{homage}} to the opening shot of ''Film/CitizenKane''.



* {{Taps}}: Radio starts playing it while lowering his antenna like a flag pole when one day they see someone hammering a "For Sale" sign into the ground in front of their house, making them realize that any hopes for the Master's return just died.
** In the Czech VHS and Flemish versions, Radio plays Chopin's funeral march instead.

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* {{Taps}}: Radio starts playing hums it while lowering his antenna like a flag pole when one day they see someone hammering a as the appliances watch the "For Sale" sign into go up in the ground in front of their house, making yard, convincing them realize once and for all that any hopes for the Master's return just died.
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Master isn't coming back.[[note]]The Czech VHS and Flemish versions, Radio plays versions replace this with Chopin's funeral march instead.march.[[/note]]
19th Aug '17 12:12:35 PM MarioandSmurfs
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* DubInducedPlotHole: When the movie was shown on Polish television, some scenes that were kept in the original release were removed. One of them was the forest scene, which was one of the most crucial ones. It was most likely cut for the possibility of scaring younger audience; in the TV release it just cuts to the waterfall scene without explaining at all why Lampy's bulb is broken.

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* DubInducedPlotHole: When the movie was shown on Polish television, some scenes that were kept in the original release were removed. One of them was the forest scene, which was one of the most crucial ones. It was most likely cut for the possibility of scaring younger audience; in the TV release it just cuts to the waterfall scene without explaining at all why Lampy's bulb is broken. Other scenes edited out from the TV version include the Air Conditioner's exploding rage and the appliances catching the "On Sale" sign. For some reason, they also omitted the scene where Lampy tries to think of ways they could try and get out of the house to find the Master. All of these scenes remain intact on the Polish DVD release.
19th Aug '17 6:46:28 AM CrayonKiddo
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* DubInducedPlotHole: When the movie was shown on Polish television, some scenes that were kept in the original release were removed. One of them was the forest scene, which was one of the most crucial ones. It was most likely cut for the possibility of scaring younger audience; in the TV release it just cuts to the waterfall scene without explaining at all why Lampy's bulb is broken.
1st Aug '17 9:47:35 AM harveytwh
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* BlackComedy: The entire scene in St. Peters' parts shop. The owner and his customer make quaint, goofy chit-chat while the appliances watch in rapped horror as a blender is mutilated and has it's vital parts sold off. InUniverse, this is how the broken appliances in the shop cope, leading to the "It's A B-Movie" song.

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* BlackComedy: The entire scene in St. Peters' parts shop. The owner and his customer make quaint, goofy chit-chat while the appliances watch in rapped rapt horror as a blender is mutilated and has it's its vital parts sold off. InUniverse, this is how the broken appliances in the shop cope, leading to the "It's A B-Movie" song.



* RefrainFromAssuming: The song sung by the modern appliances is called "The Cutting Edge", its common for fans to think it's called "More" or "More More More".

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* RefrainFromAssuming: The song sung by the modern appliances is called "The Cutting Edge", its but it's common for fans to think it's called "More" or "More More More".
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