History WesternAnimation / TheMagicVoyage

25th Mar '16 2:28:37 PM rjd1922
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** Also, the chancellor comes off as this, even though he only makes one appearance

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** Also, the chancellor comes off as this, even though he only makes one appearanceappearance.
23rd Mar '16 5:42:02 PM rjd1922
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** In the film, Pico tells Columbus the world is round, and he sets out on his voyage to prove this. In reality, no one really thought the Earth was flat at this point. The Egyptians figured it out ages ago. The journey to India was to establish a trade route. Columbus incorrectly thought the Earth was significantly smaller than it was, which was what he was going to prove with the voyage.

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** In the film, Pico tells Columbus the world is round, and he sets out on his voyage to prove this. In reality, no one really thought the Earth was flat at this point. The Egyptians Greeks figured it out ages ago. The journey to India was to establish a trade route. Columbus incorrectly thought the Earth was significantly smaller than it was, which was what he was going to prove with the voyage.
13th Feb '16 5:30:07 PM rjd1922
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''The Magic Voyage'' (originally ''Die Abenteuer von Pico und Columbus'' or "The Adventures of Pico and Columbus") is an animated feature from Germany that is... ''[[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely]]'' based off the voyages of ChristopherColumbus. You know, the sailor who wanted to prove the world was round -- not find an easier trade route from Europe to Asia, which is surely a far harder concept for children to grasp (for the record, the ancient Babylonians ''already knew'' that the Earth was round).

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''The Magic Voyage'' (originally ''Die Abenteuer von Pico und Columbus'' or "The Adventures of Pico and Columbus") is an animated feature from Germany that is... ''[[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely]]'' based off the voyages of ChristopherColumbus. UsefulNotes/ChristopherColumbus. You know, the sailor who wanted to prove the world was round -- not find an easier trade route from Europe to Asia, which is surely a far harder concept for children to grasp (for the record, the ancient Babylonians Greeks ''already knew'' that the Earth was round).
24th Jan '16 8:27:15 PM Prfnoff
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'''''The Magic Voyage''''' (originally ''Die Abenteuer von Pico und Columbus'' or "The Adventures of Pico and Columbus") is an animated feature from Germany that is... ''[[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely]]'' based off the voyages of ChristopherColumbus. You know, the sailor who wanted to prove the world was round -- not find an easier trade route from Europe to Asia, which is surely a far harder concept for children to grasp (for the record, the ancient Babylonians ''already knew'' that the Earth was round).

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'''''The ''The Magic Voyage''''' Voyage'' (originally ''Die Abenteuer von Pico und Columbus'' or "The Adventures of Pico and Columbus") is an animated feature from Germany that is... ''[[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely]]'' based off the voyages of ChristopherColumbus. You know, the sailor who wanted to prove the world was round -- not find an easier trade route from Europe to Asia, which is surely a far harder concept for children to grasp (for the record, the ancient Babylonians ''already knew'' that the Earth was round).
16th Jan '16 3:20:35 AM Anddrix
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'''''The Magic Voyage''''' (originally ''Die Abenteuer von Pico und Columbus'' or "The Adventures of Pico and Columbus") is an animated feature from Germany that is... ''[[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely]]'' based off the voyages of ChristopherColumbus. You know, the sailor who wanted to prove the world was round -- not find an easier trade route from Europe to Asia, which is surely a [[ViewersAreMorons far harder concept for children to grasp]] (for the record, the ancient Babylonians ''already knew'' that the Earth was round).

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'''''The Magic Voyage''''' (originally ''Die Abenteuer von Pico und Columbus'' or "The Adventures of Pico and Columbus") is an animated feature from Germany that is... ''[[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely]]'' based off the voyages of ChristopherColumbus. You know, the sailor who wanted to prove the world was round -- not find an easier trade route from Europe to Asia, which is surely a [[ViewersAreMorons far harder concept for children to grasp]] grasp (for the record, the ancient Babylonians ''already knew'' that the Earth was round).
14th Dec '15 1:37:10 PM PurrElise
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''The Magic Voyage'' (originally ''Die Abenteuer von Pico und Columbus'' or "The Adventures of Pico and Columbus") is an animated feature from Germany that is... ''[[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely]]'' based off the voyages of ChristopherColumbus. You know, the sailor who wanted to prove the world was round -- not find an easier trade route from Europe to Asia, which is surely a [[ViewersAreMorons far harder concept for children to grasp]] (for the record, the ancient Babylonians ''already knew'' that the Earth was round).

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''The '''''The Magic Voyage'' Voyage''''' (originally ''Die Abenteuer von Pico und Columbus'' or "The Adventures of Pico and Columbus") is an animated feature from Germany that is... ''[[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely]]'' based off the voyages of ChristopherColumbus. You know, the sailor who wanted to prove the world was round -- not find an easier trade route from Europe to Asia, which is surely a [[ViewersAreMorons far harder concept for children to grasp]] (for the record, the ancient Babylonians ''already knew'' that the Earth was round).



!!This film provides examples of:

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!!This film !!''The Magic Voyage'' provides examples of:
15th Nov '15 2:33:56 AM PurrElise
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
** It starts with the dinner scene when Queen Isabella and Columbus get drunk and start flirting with one another ("There's a lot of exploring to do right here!"), moves on to some sailors asking why Columbus is talking to "his little worm", and goes further and further downhill from there.
** [[invoked]] Pico seems to quietly utter God's name in a few instances which, while [[ValuesDissonance acceptable for a children's film in the original German]], is less so for a U.S. release.
** In one dream sequence, the [[DerangedAnimation awkward animation]] makes it appear as though Columbus is pulling a spy glass [[TrouserSpace out of his crotch]].
** In one scene, Columbus is nearly hanged by his crew. And by nearly hanged, we mean they've already hoisted him up high in the air by the neck, and Columbus is holding onto the noose for dear life.
** Marilyn's [[DisneyDeath "death"]] [[FamilyUnfriendlyDeath scene]].
15th Nov '15 1:47:49 AM PurrElise
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* MisplacedWildlife: There is a beaver on a tropical island. You know, the famous tropical island of ''New York''. So...misplaced wildlife living in misplaced [[UpToEleven ''geography?'']]

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* MisplacedWildlife: There is a beaver on a tropical island. You know, the famous tropical island of ''New York''. So...misplaced wildlife living in misplaced [[UpToEleven ''geography?'']]''[[UpToEleven geography?]]''
15th Nov '15 1:47:25 AM PurrElise
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* MisplacedWildlife: There is a beaver on a tropical island

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* MisplacedWildlife: There is a beaver on a tropical islandisland. You know, the famous tropical island of ''New York''. So...misplaced wildlife living in misplaced [[UpToEleven ''geography?'']]
15th Nov '15 1:43:32 AM PurrElise
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** [[FridgeBrilliance What light the moon has comes from reflecting the sun.]]
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