History WesternAnimation / TheLegendOfCalamityJane

2nd Mar '18 5:38:29 PM Rich162
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* WouldHitAGirl: No villain in this show has any qualms about beating, torturing, berating, abusing or ultimately killing Jane. Fortunately she is perfectly able to give as much as she receives.

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* WouldHitAGirl: No villain in this show has any qualms about beating, torturing, berating, abusing or ultimately killing Jane. Fortunately Fortunately, she is perfectly able to give as much as she receives.
2nd Mar '18 5:33:45 PM Rich162
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* WouldHitAGirl: No villain in this show has any qualms about beating, torturing, berating, abusing or ultimately killing Jane. Fortunately she is perfectly able to give as much as she receives.
2nd Mar '18 5:23:30 PM Rich162
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* NonStandardCharacterDesign: Not too much, but her completely chalk white skin really makes her stand out among almost every other character in the show (except for a french villain in episode 4), which in turn are designed and colored quite conventionally. Even more odd is the fact no one in the show seems to notice or call attention to it. Neither is ever explained if there is an actual reason for it in the show, unless in this world all gingers are that pale.

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* NonStandardCharacterDesign: Not too much, but her Jane's completely chalk white skin really makes her stand out among amongst almost every other character in the show (except for a french villain in episode 4), which are in turn are designed and colored quite conventionally. Even more odd is the fact no one in the show seems to notice or call attention to it. Neither is ever explained if there is an actual reason for it in the show, unless in this world all gingers are happen to be that pale.
2nd Mar '18 5:16:05 PM Rich162
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* Non-StandardCharacterDesign: Not too much, but her completely chalk white skin really makes her stand out among almost every other character in the show (except for a french villain in episode 4), which in turn are designed and colored quite conventionally. Even more odd is the fact no one in the show seems to notice or call attention to it. Neither is ever explained if there is an actual reason for it in the show, unless in this world all gingers are that pale.

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* Non-StandardCharacterDesign: NonStandardCharacterDesign: Not too much, but her completely chalk white skin really makes her stand out among almost every other character in the show (except for a french villain in episode 4), which in turn are designed and colored quite conventionally. Even more odd is the fact no one in the show seems to notice or call attention to it. Neither is ever explained if there is an actual reason for it in the show, unless in this world all gingers are that pale.
2nd Mar '18 5:15:42 PM Rich162
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* Non-StandardCharacterDesign: Not too much, but her completely chalk white skin really makes her stand out among almost every other character in the show (except for a french villain in episode 4), which in turn are designed and colored quite conventionally. Even more odd is the fact no one in the show seems to notice or call attention to it. Neither is ever explained if there is an actual reason for it in the show, unless in this world all gingers are that pale.
2nd Mar '18 5:06:21 PM Rich162
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* StatuesqueStunner: Jane can't be considered unattractive by any stretch, and she is as tall (sometimes taller) and broad shouldered as almost any male in the show.

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* StatuesqueStunner: Jane can't be considered unattractive by any stretch, and she is as tall (sometimes taller) and broad shouldered as almost any male in the show.
2nd Mar '18 5:04:27 PM Rich162
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* Statuesque Stunner: Jane can't be considered unattractive by any stretch, and she is as tall (sometimes taller) and broad shouldered as almost any male in the show.

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* Statuesque Stunner: StatuesqueStunner: Jane can't be considered unattractive by any stretch, and she is as tall (sometimes taller) and broad shouldered as almost any male in the show.
2nd Mar '18 5:03:29 PM Rich162
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* Statuesque Stunner: Jane can't be considered unattractive by any stretch, and she is as tall (sometimes taller) and broad shouldered as almost any male in the show.
16th Nov '17 9:51:50 AM Omnicron13
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* BloodlessCarnage: Especially when one of the Ninth Buffalo Soldiers gets speared by one of the Blackfoot Indians with no blood to be seen.

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* BloodlessCarnage: Especially when one Sergeant Quincy Jefferson Washington of the Fighting Ninth Buffalo Soldiers gets speared by one of the Blackfoot Indians with no blood to be seen.



* MyCountryRightOrWrong: Captain O'Rourke of the US Cavalry explains even his unconscionable orders with "I have my orders." Chena of the Comanche says not to hold it against him, since if one does not stick to his principals (In O'Rourke's case, the principal of serving his country) then there is nothing left.

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* MyCountryRightOrWrong: Captain O'Rourke of the US Cavalry explains even his unconscionable orders of killing innocent Indians with "I have my orders." Chena of the Comanche says not to hold it against him, since if one does not stick to his principals (In O'Rourke's case, the principal of serving his country) then there is nothing left.



* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Captain O'Rourke

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Captain O'RourkeO'Rourke, when he's not doing anything unconscionable.



* SheCleansUpNicely: Said almost verbatim. Especially by Jane who is awestruck by how beautiful Jane looked in a dress.

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* SheCleansUpNicely: Said almost verbatim. Especially by Jane Captain O'Rourke who is awestruck by how beautiful Jane looked in a dress.
16th Nov '17 9:30:39 AM Omnicron13
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* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: The criminal triplets of "Easy as One, Two, Three..." keep speaking of their mother and her sage advice. However, [[SubvertedTrope there is the (very slight) implication that]] [[{{Matricide}} one of the brothers named Conrad was the one who killed her]].

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* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: The criminal triplets known as Hugo (green coat), Harold (blue coat), and Conrad (red coat) of "Easy as One, Two, Three..." keep speaking of their mother and her sage advice. However, [[SubvertedTrope there is the (very slight) implication that]] [[{{Matricide}} one of the brothers named Conrad Hugo was the one who killed her]].



* {{Matricide}}: The (very slight) implication in "Easy as One, Two, Three..." is that Conrad killed the mother of the triplets.

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* {{Matricide}}: The (very slight) implication in "Easy as One, Two, Three..." is that Conrad Hugo killed the mother of the triplets.
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