History WesternAnimation / ThePoint

11th Feb '16 10:30:20 AM OlfinBedwere
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* NoIndoorVoice: The Count spends much of his screentime angrily shouting and bawling at the other characters. It even gets lampshaded near the end of the film, when the King has to tell him to shut up so that Oblio can tell his story.
11th Dec '15 2:28:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Taken to extremes.

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* ChildrenAreInnocent
* DisneyAcidSequence

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* EarWorm: "Me and My Arrow"
* TheFool
* FramingDevice
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar
* HannibalLecture

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* KidHero

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* TheMusical
* NotSoDifferent: Heroic variant)
* PinballProtagonist: For most of the film.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: The King.

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25th May '15 9:19:53 AM ShinyTsukkomi
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** Harry, Fred, and Richard are also the only named characters (besides Oblio and Arrow) in the entire film. IMDb trivia suggests they're references to Harry Nilsson, Fred Wolf, and Richard Starkey (Ringo Starr).

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** Harry, Fred, and Richard are also the only named characters (besides Oblio and Arrow) in the entire film. IMDb Website/IMDb trivia suggests they're references to Harry Nilsson, Fred Wolf, and Richard Starkey (Ringo Starr).
24th May '15 5:49:11 PM Rabukurafuto
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The movie is interspersed with songs, nearly all of which have [[ThatRemindsMeOfASong little or nothing to do with the actual plot]] other than a line or two. This is totally excusable since the songs and the movie are both [[CrowningMomentofAwesome Crowning Moments of Awesome]] in the composer's body of work.

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The movie is interspersed with songs, nearly all of which have [[ThatRemindsMeOfASong little or nothing to do with the actual plot]] other than a line or two. This is totally excusable since the songs and the movie are both [[CrowningMomentofAwesome Crowning [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Moments of Awesome]] in the composer's body of work.
22nd May '15 6:48:18 PM TFSyndicate
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* EarWorm: "Me and My Arrow"
22nd May '15 6:45:24 PM TFSyndicate
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!!This Work Provides Examples Of:

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!!This Work Provides !!Pointed Examples Of:(or pointless examples, depending on your point of view):
18th Jul '14 4:17:21 AM VicGeorge2011
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* SignatureSong: "Me and My Arrow"
* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic
26th Feb '14 2:29:36 PM JohnnyLurg
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* DistractedByTheSexy: Arrow and the Count's son both fall victim to this during the triangle toss.
10th Feb '14 7:57:47 AM JohnnyLurg
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A 1971 more-or-less independent animated musical featuring songs from Music/HarryNilsson and many {{Disney Acid Sequence}}s [[note]]this is likely due to Nilsson having come up with the concept on a walk through the woods...on acid[[/note]]. It acts as a companion film to an album by Nilsson of the same name.

This story is framed as a father (voiced by Ringo Starr in the home video and DVD release, though some tropers remember Dustin Hoffman and Alan Thicke both voiced the narrator in other TV releases) reading a story to his son.

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A 1971 more-or-less independent animated musical featuring songs from Music/HarryNilsson and many {{Disney Acid Sequence}}s [[note]]this is likely due to Nilsson having come up with the concept on a walk through the woods...on acid[[/note]].acid[[/note]] with animation by Jimmy Murakimi and Fred Wolf. It acts as a companion film to an album by Nilsson of the same name.

This story is framed as a father (voiced by Ringo Starr Music/RingoStarr in the home video and DVD release, though some tropers remember Dustin Hoffman Creator/DustinHoffman and Alan Thicke Creator/AlanThicke both voiced the narrator in other TV releases) reading a story to his son.


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* SignatureSong: "Me and My Arrow"
12th Oct '13 10:35:21 AM PuffyTreat
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This story is framed as a father (voiced by Ringo Starr in the home video and DVD release, though some older tropers remember Dustin Hoffman and Alan Thicke both voiced the narrator in past TV releases) reading a story to his son.

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This story is framed as a father (voiced by Ringo Starr in the home video and DVD release, though some older some tropers remember Dustin Hoffman and Alan Thicke both voiced the narrator in past other TV releases) reading a story to his son.



** Harry, Fred, and Richard are also the only named characters (besides Oblio and Arrow) in the entire film. IMDb trivia suggests they're references to Harry Nilsson, Fred Wolf, and Richard Starkey (Ringo Starr), though how the last one fits in with the idea of Ringo as not the original narrator is a tough one.

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** Harry, Fred, and Richard are also the only named characters (besides Oblio and Arrow) in the entire film. IMDb trivia suggests they're references to Harry Nilsson, Fred Wolf, and Richard Starkey (Ringo Starr), though how the last one fits in with the idea of Ringo as not the original narrator is a tough one.Starr).
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