History WesternAnimation / TheBraveLittleToaster

6th Aug '16 9:04:52 AM Josef5678
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* DigitalDestruction: The DVD version of the film was taken from a worn out copy of the film used for festival screenings rather than the original negative, resulting in the picture appearing to wiggle at the beginning.
28th Jul '16 2:00:14 AM TitoMosquito
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VisualPun: Toaster kicks off the plot from atop a literal soapbox.

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* VisualPun: Toaster kicks off the plot from atop a literal soapbox.
22nd Jul '16 8:24:45 AM gongoroth
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** TheLancer: Lampy
** TheSmartGuy: Radio

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** TheLancer: Lampy
Radio
** TheSmartGuy: RadioLampy
8th Jul '16 6:40:20 PM Mdumas43073
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''The Brave Little Toaster'' is a 1987 animated film produced by Hyperion Pictures, distributed by Disney, and based on a children's novel by Thomas M. Disch, which was subtitled, ''A Fairy-Tale For Appliances''.

The film centers on five appliances -- the eponymous Toaster, Lampy (a desk lamp), Kirby (a vacuum named for a vacumn company), Radio (a radio), and Blanky (an electric blanket) -- who live in a old cabin out in the woods. The appliances have been left behind by their Master, a young boy, and have been waiting for him to return for years. When the cabin is put up for sale, the appliances determine to go find the Master (who, unknown to them, is now a young man getting ready for college) by making a journey to the city.

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''The Brave Little Toaster'' is a 1987 animated film produced by Hyperion Pictures, distributed by Disney, Creator/{{Disney}}, and based on a children's novel by Thomas M. Disch, which was subtitled, ''A Fairy-Tale For for Appliances''.

The film centers on five household appliances -- the eponymous Toaster, Lampy (a desk lamp), Kirby (a vacuum named for a vacumn company), Radio (a radio), and Blanky (an electric blanket) -- who live in a old cabin out in the woods. The appliances have been left behind by their Master, a young boy, and have been waiting for him to return for years. When the cabin is put up for sale, the appliances determine to go find the Master (who, unknown to them, is now a young man getting ready for college) by making a journey to the city.
8th Jul '16 6:39:52 PM Mdumas43073
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'''''The Brave Little Toaster''''' is a 1987 animated film produced by Hyperion Pictures, distributed by Disney, and based on a children's novel by Thomas M. Disch, which was subtitled, ''A Fairy-Tale For Appliances''.

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'''''The ''The Brave Little Toaster''''' Toaster'' is a 1987 animated film produced by Hyperion Pictures, distributed by Disney, and based on a children's novel by Thomas M. Disch, which was subtitled, ''A Fairy-Tale For Appliances''.
8th Jul '16 9:45:42 AM Favriel
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* ArtisticLicensePhysics: Taken to beyond absurd levels even by "talking appliances" fantasy standards in ''Goes to Mars'' when the group somehow gets to Mars and back in the span of one night, using a ceiling fan for propulsion.

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* ArtisticLicensePhysics: Taken to beyond absurd levels even by "talking appliances" fantasy standards in ''Goes to Mars'' when the group somehow gets to Mars and back in the span of one night, using a ceiling fan for propulsion. Not to mention cheese popcorn being an engine.
6th Jul '16 10:00:58 AM AnotherGuy
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* TakeThat: "The Cutting Edge" scene is an absolutely scathing satire on the then-current glorification of money and mass consumption in 1980s: the appliances overbearingly boast about their many, many state-of-the-art features and how they represent "an ultra-nylon life of ease" (in other words, "a synthetic world of instant gratification"). They also scoff at our heroes (all presumably made between the '40s and '50s) being "old stuff," which tells us that they know this.

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* TakeThat: "The Cutting Edge" scene is an absolutely scathing satire on the then-current glorification of money and mass consumption in 1980s: the appliances overbearingly boast about their many, many state-of-the-art features and how they represent "an ultra-nylon life of ease" (in other words, "a synthetic world of instant gratification"). They also scoff at our heroes (all presumably made between the '40s and '50s) being "old stuff," which tells us that they know this. The best part? The timeless quality of the heroes ensure they'll remain useful, but thanks to TechnologyMarchesOn, many of those appliances like the computer will be obsolete and headed for the trash.
19th Jun '16 12:18:40 AM Psychadelico
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* VocalDissonance: Toaster is male, but his voice sounds very much like a woman.

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VisualPun: Toaster kicks off the plot from atop a literal soapbox.
* VocalDissonance: Toaster is male, but his voice sounds very much like is voiced by a woman.
20th May '16 9:59:44 PM Josef5678
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* StealthPun: There is a talking faucet in ''The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars''... voiced by none other than the great Creator/FarrahFawcett.

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* StealthPun: StealthPun:
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There is a talking faucet in ''The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars''... voiced by none other than the great Creator/FarrahFawcett.



** Also, towards the beginning, Toaster finally decides he's had enough and pulls out a cardboard box to stand on while declaring his plan on seeking out to find the master. A box of what, you ask? Soap. He is literally using a soap box as a soap box.

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** Also, towards Towards the beginning, Toaster finally decides he's had enough and pulls out a cardboard box to stand on while declaring his plan on seeking out to find the master. A box of what, you ask? Soap. He is literally using a soap box as a soap box.
20th May '16 9:02:55 PM legoking831
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** Also, towards the beginning, Toaster finally decides he's had enough and pulls out a cardboard box to stand on while declaring his plan on seeking out to find the master. A box of what, you ask? Soap. He is literally using a soap box as a soap box.
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