History WesternAnimation / TwiceUponATime

5th Apr '18 7:24:43 PM Andyroid
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* CollectorOfTheStrange: Botch has rooms in his castle dedicated to collections of all sorts of weird things, including salami, stretched cats, and the "royal bat-head collection".



* CrazyPrepared: During the final battle, Botch has a series of traps laid out for Ralph the All-Purpose Animal, apparently intended to handle any form Ralph can take. Unfortunately for Botch, Ralph eventually [[spoiler: turns into a bird and [[CuttingTheKnot flies around the rest of the traps]]]].

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* CrazyPrepared: During the final battle, Botch has a series of traps laid out for Ralph the All-Purpose Animal, apparently intended to handle any form Ralph can take. Unfortunately for Botch, Ralph eventually [[spoiler: turns into a bird bird, and later a bug, and [[CuttingTheKnot flies around the rest of the traps]]]].
2nd Mar '18 2:23:26 PM Andyroid
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* AsHimself: Mum.

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* AsHimself: Mum.Mumford is listed "As Himself" in the end credits.



* BadIsGoodAndGoodIsBad: Scuzzbopper makes a big deal of his boss going to "sunny Frivoli", pointing out how much he hates the place.



** Ralph, when he's in a YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry climax, [[TookALevelInBadass Takes a Level in Badass]].

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** Ralph, when he's in a YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry climax, Ralph [[TookALevelInBadass Takes a Level in Badass]].pulls out at the stops on Botch]] at the climax, changing shape faster and with less effort than ever before.



* BigRedButton: Labeled "The Big Red One", it will detonate all the nightmares in Din.
* BooksThatBite: Seen during Ralph and Mumford's nightmare.

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* BigRedButton: Labeled A button labelled "The Big Red One", it will One" is designed to detonate all the nightmares nightmare bombs in Din.
Din at once.
* BooksThatBite: Seen Killer books are seen during Ralph and Mumford's nightmare.



* CrazyPrepared: During the final battle, Botch has a series of traps laid out for Ralph the All-Purpose Animal, apparently intended to handle any form Ralph can take. Unfortunately for Botch, Ralph eventually [[spoiler:[[CuttingTheKnot turns into a bug and flies around the rest of the traps]]]].

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* CrazyPrepared: During the final battle, Botch has a series of traps laid out for Ralph the All-Purpose Animal, apparently intended to handle any form Ralph can take. Unfortunately for Botch, Ralph eventually [[spoiler:[[CuttingTheKnot [[spoiler: turns into a bug bird and [[CuttingTheKnot flies around the rest of the traps]]]].



* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The Rushers and their city of Din.
* DerangedAnimation: Very much so.

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* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The Rushers and their city of Din.
Din are all depicted in black and white.
* DerangedAnimation: Very much so.The "Lumage" animation style gives the film a very unusual and unique look, and the film is full of bizarre sight gags.



* {{Duck}}: Ralph yells it when being attacked by the vultures. And then he turns into one!

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* {{Duck}}: Ralph yells it "Duck!" when being attacked by the vultures. And then [[VisualPun he turns into one!one]]!



* IsThisThingOn: The first lines of dialog uttered.
* JerkJock: [[AlliterativeName Rod Rescueman]]. His base even resembles a football.
* {{Joisey}}: The Fairy Godmother.

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* IsThisThingOn: The first lines of dialog uttered.
uttered is Botch muttering "Is this on?" into a microphone while preparing to give a speech to his vulture minions.
* JerkJock: [[AlliterativeName Rod Rescueman]].Rescueman]] is rather self-absorbed and not very bright, and dresses like a cross between a football player and a superhero. His base even resembles a football.
* {{Joisey}}: The Fairy Godmother.Godmother has a thick Jersey accent.



* LookMaIAmOnTV: Rod Rescueman shouts this when he sees himself on Ibor's screen, just before Ibor knocks him out.

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* LookMaIAmOnTV: Rod Rescueman shouts this "I'm on camera!" when he sees himself on Ibor's screen, just before Ibor knocks him out.



* NotWearingPantsDream: One of the nightmares being staged at the Murkworks involves a guy ending up in his underwear at a school graduation ceremony.

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* TheresNoKillLikeOverkill: In the final confrontation, Botch fires upon Ralph and Mumford with a ''huge'' battery of cannons.
* NotWearingPantsDream: One of the nightmares being staged at the Murkworks involves a guy ending up in his underwear at a school graduation ceremony.
2nd Mar '18 2:09:29 PM Andyroid
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* NotWearingPantsDream: One of the nightmares being staged at the Murkworks involves a guy ending up in his underwear at a school graduation ceremony.



* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: After their encounter with the nightmare bomb, FGM takes Ralph and Mumford back to Frivoli and tells them what lousy heroes they are, pointing out how Ralph's naivete and excessive caution and Mumford's carelessness messed everything up. While dispirited at first, Ralph is eventually driven to try again and prove that he and Mumford aren't failures after all.



** Synonamess has [[UsefulNotes/RichardNixon [=Nixon/Agnew=] '68]] tattooed on his chest.

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** Synonamess has [[UsefulNotes/RichardNixon [=Nixon/Agnew=] Nixon/Agnew '68]] tattooed on his chest.



* TimeStandsStill: The effect of Ralph and Mumford removing the mainspring from the Cosmic Clock.

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* TimeStandsStill: The effect of Ralph and Mumford removing the mainspring from the Cosmic Clock.Clock is that time comes to a complete stop in Din.
18th Nov '17 1:59:22 AM Siempie
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Added DiffLines:

Not to be confused with the ''Series/DoctorWho''-episode of the same name.
11th Oct '17 1:56:07 PM NWolfman
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* MediumBlending: In addition to the RogerRabbitEffect, some backgrounds in the animated world have cut-out photographs of real objects and people among the rest of the drawn world. The look of the film is meant to resemble a collage.
11th Oct '17 1:53:07 PM NWolfman
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* StopMotionAnimation: A rare 2D example, animated with back-lit translucent paper cutouts to be exact. The crew dubbed it ''lumage'' (a combination of "illumination" and "image") because the back-lighting made the characters appear to glow. Certain elements, such as Botch's shower curtain, were real objects stop-motion animated against the drawn backgrounds.

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* StopMotionAnimation: A rare 2D example, animated with back-lit translucent paper cutouts to be exact. The crew dubbed it ''lumage'' (a combination of "illumination" and "image") because the back-lighting made the characters appear to glow. Certain elements, such as Botch's shower curtain, were real objects stop-motion animated against the drawn backgrounds. Others elements are animated still photographs.
11th Oct '17 1:52:06 PM NWolfman
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Added DiffLines:

* CoolCar: Botch's stretch hotrod.
11th Oct '17 1:50:59 PM NWolfman
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* StopMotionAnimation: A rare 2D example, animated with back-lit translucent paper cutouts to be exact. The crew dubbed it ''lumage'' (a combination of "illumination" and "image") because the back-lighting made the characters appear to glow.

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* StopMotionAnimation: A rare 2D example, animated with back-lit translucent paper cutouts to be exact. The crew dubbed it ''lumage'' (a combination of "illumination" and "image") because the back-lighting made the characters appear to glow. Certain elements, such as Botch's shower curtain, were real objects stop-motion animated against the drawn backgrounds.
11th Oct '17 1:39:47 PM NWolfman
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Notable names among the crew, years before they became famous as directors, are [[WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}} Henry Selick]] (sequence director) and Creator/DavidFincher (special photographic effects).

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Notable names among the crew, years before they became famous as directors, are [[WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}} Henry Selick]] (sequence director) director)[[note]]His future wife Heather was a background artist.[[/note]] and Creator/DavidFincher (special photographic effects).
effects).
11th Oct '17 1:37:46 PM NWolfman
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* StopMotionAnimation: With back-lit construction paper cutouts to be exact, similar to how the first episode of ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' was created. The crew dubbed it ''lumage'' (a combination of "illumination" and "image") because the back-lighting made the characters appear to glow.

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* StopMotionAnimation: With A rare 2D example, animated with back-lit construction translucent paper cutouts to be exact, similar to how the first episode of ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' was created.exact. The crew dubbed it ''lumage'' (a combination of "illumination" and "image") because the back-lighting made the characters appear to glow.
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