History WesternAnimation / TheRoadToElDorado

29th Jan '18 9:14:32 PM PriceCheck
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* WhamLine: "Gods don't ''bleed''."
29th Jan '18 8:32:14 PM PriceCheck
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* LittleMissConArtist: Chel is a sexier than usual version of this trope.
22nd Jan '18 4:36:04 PM oakleaf
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** When Tulio stops Chel from giving him a backrub, he holds his hands in a "T" shape for "time-out".
22nd Jan '18 3:28:15 PM Prinzenick
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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Let's be serious. Excluding the presence of fairies and talking worms, this resembles Cortez's campaign as much as ''WesternAnimation/TheMagicVoyage'' resembles Columbus' first travel. Though, of course, that's not the point.

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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Let's be serious. Excluding the presence of fairies and talking worms, this This movie resembles Cortez's campaign as much as ''WesternAnimation/TheMagicVoyage'' resembles Columbus' first travel. Though, of course, that's not the point.
10th Jan '18 8:49:54 PM MarshalGrover
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** The connection is referenced in the film itself during "It's Tough to Be a God," where Tulio and Miguel's aquatic reflections are briefly made to resemble those of Hope and Crosby.
28th Dec '17 4:10:01 AM Shadowgazer
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* HistoricalHeroUpgrade: HumanSacrifice is treated as something the people of El Dorado don't like, but have been led to believe in as a necessary evil. The one person pushing human sacrifice into his culture, Tzekel-Kan, is evil and also uses it secondarily as a form of BloodMagic. There is contradictory evidence about what players of the Mesoamerican ball game were historically sacrificed after, if the losers or the winners, but it seems that (unlike in the film) the sacrifices considered it a honor.
24th Dec '17 9:50:13 AM nombretomado
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* PopStarComposer: EltonJohn co-wrote ''and'' performed all the songs for the movie.

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* PopStarComposer: EltonJohn Music/EltonJohn co-wrote ''and'' performed all the songs for the movie.
22nd Dec '17 1:59:09 AM Ymirsdaughter
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* {{Irony}}: Cortés boasts that his crew was as carefully chosen as the disciples of Christ. Christ chose his disciples by asking people to drop what they were doing and follow him, and the ones that did became his chosen ones.
27th Nov '17 2:41:57 PM UchuuFlamenco
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** To ''WesternAnimation/TheLionKing'', at least production-wise. Producer Jeff Katzenberg recruited Music/EltonJohn to write the songs because they had enjoyed each other's company while making that film.

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** To ''WesternAnimation/TheLionKing'', ''Disney/TheLionKing'', at least production-wise. Producer Jeff Katzenberg recruited Music/EltonJohn to write the songs because they had enjoyed each other's company while making that film.
18th Nov '17 2:32:30 PM Prinzenick
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* PlotIrrelevantVillain: While Cortez is indirectly responsible for Miguel and Tulio winding up at El Dorado, he vanishes from the film after the opening and only shows up again very late in the film, with Tzekel-Kan taking over as the main villain for the bulk of the film.

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* PlotIrrelevantVillain: While Cortez is indirectly responsible for Miguel and Tulio winding up at El Dorado, he vanishes from the bulk of the film after the opening opening, is briefly seen a couple more times and only shows up factors into the plot again very late in the film, with Tzekel-Kan taking over as the main villain for the bulk of the film.
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