History WesternAnimation / TheWrongTrousers

27th Jan '16 1:56:07 PM catriona176
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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: [[spoiler: Gromit using the Techno-Trousers to paint the ceiling of the spare room presumably gave Feathers McGraw the idea to use them in his plan to steal the diamond from the museum.]] * NoMouth: Gromit. Feathers McGraw counts as well - he has a beak, but it never opens, even when he squawks.
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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: [[spoiler: Gromit using the Techno-Trousers to paint the ceiling of the spare room presumably gave Feathers McGraw [=McGraw=] the idea to use them in his plan to steal the diamond from the museum.]] * NoMouth: Gromit. Feathers McGraw [=McGraw=] counts as well - he has a beak, but it never opens, even when he squawks.
19th Jan '16 10:16:59 AM nombretomado
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''The Wrong Trousers'' is the second Franchise/WallaceAndGromit short film, made by Nick Park and AardmanAnimations and released in 1993.
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''The Wrong Trousers'' is the second Franchise/WallaceAndGromit short film, made by Nick Park and AardmanAnimations Creator/AardmanAnimations and released in 1993.
2nd Oct '15 5:09:32 AM needsanewhobby
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* Metaphorgotten: "Oh, it's no use prevaricating about the bush."
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* Metaphorgotten: {{Metaphorgotten}}: "Oh, it's no use prevaricating about the bush."
2nd Oct '15 5:08:31 AM needsanewhobby
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* Metaphorgotten: "Oh, it's no use prevaricating about the bush."
1st Oct '15 7:04:16 PM Maxiboy136
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* NoMouth: Gromit.
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* NoMouth: Gromit. Feathers McGraw counts as well - he has a beak, but it never opens, even when he squawks.
27th Sep '15 5:06:20 PM Psi001
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* NoNameGiven: Averted in the final scene. We learn Feathers McGraw's name from the headline of the newspaper Gromit is reading.
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* NoNameGiven: Averted in the final scene. We Though never mentioned by any character, we learn Feathers McGraw's [=McGraw's=] name from the headline of the newspaper Gromit is reading.
27th Sep '15 5:04:45 PM Psi001
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* JustEatGilligan: After discovering Feathers controlling an unwilling Wallace in the trouser, Gromit, for whatever reason, chooses to ignore Wallace's pleas to pull him out of them and converts to spying on Feathers until the heist is pulled off. Perhaps justified as the moment he takes action Feathers instantly disarms him with his pistol.
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* JustEatGilligan: After discovering Feathers controlling an unwilling Wallace in the trouser, Gromit, for whatever reason, chooses to ignore ignores Wallace's pleas to pull him out of them and converts to in favour of spying on Feathers until the heist is pulled off. Perhaps justified as the moment when he finally takes action Feathers instantly disarms him with his pistol.
27th Sep '15 5:01:36 PM Psi001
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* JustEatGilligan: After discovering Feathers controlling an unwilling Wallace in the trouser, Gromit, for whatever reason, chooses to ignore Wallace's pleas to pull him out of them and converts to spying on Feathers until the heist is pulled off. Perhaps justified as the moment he takes action Feathers instantly disarms him with his pistol.
22nd Sep '15 1:24:38 AM axle-k89
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* DeathGlare: Gromit gives a few of these to Feathers. The first is when he growls at him after taking Wallace the paper. The second is when he sees Feathers controlling the Techno-Trousers with Wallace stuck in them. The third is when he braces a rolling pin to try and hit Feathers with it after trapping Wallace in the wardrobe.

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* KickTheDog: A close-to-literal example. When Feathers arrives, he does this to Gromit repeatedly, first by taking over Gromit's room within the first minute of arriving (forcing him into the spare room - which has to be done up to accommodate him), playing loud music to keep him awake and drive him out of the house, then taking over Gromit taking Wallace his slippers and newspaper, which essentially replaces Gromit and causes him to get so fed up and upset he leaves home. This is actually part of Feather's overall plan to steal the diamond, as he needs Gromit out of the way in order to trap Wallace in the Techno-Trousers and prepare for the actual heist.
20th May '15 5:36:28 PM nombretomado
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The short won the 1993 AcademyAward for Best Animated Short Film. It established many of the story and character elements now commonly associated with the series, mainly Wallace's [[RubeGoldbergDevice Rube Goldberg]]-esque inventions and Gromit's role as the SilentSnarker, not to mention that [[{{AnimationBump}} the animation got a lot better]].
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The short won the 1993 AcademyAward UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Animated Short Film. It established many of the story and character elements now commonly associated with the series, mainly Wallace's [[RubeGoldbergDevice Rube Goldberg]]-esque inventions and Gromit's role as the SilentSnarker, not to mention that [[{{AnimationBump}} the animation got a lot better]].
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