History WesternAnimation / VictorAndHugo

5th Sep '17 4:18:34 AM Granitoons
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* BroughtToYouByTheLetterS - It's subtle and possibly unintentional, but Victor's 'beautiful tie' has a V motif in it's design.

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* BroughtToYouByTheLetterS - It's subtle and possibly unintentional, but Victor's 'beautiful tie' has a V motif in it's its design.
5th Sep '17 4:18:24 AM Granitoons
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* BroughtToYouByTheLetterS - It's subtle and possibly unintentional, but Victor's 'beautiful tie' has a V motif it it's design.

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* BroughtToYouByTheLetterS - It's subtle and possibly unintentional, but Victor's 'beautiful tie' has a V motif it in it's design.
13th Aug '17 7:27:06 AM Granitoons
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* RunningGag - In every episode (with only two exceptiona) a small, growling dog would appear out of nowhere, run up Victor's trouser leg and remove his underwear. [[RuleOfFunny No explanation is given]] other than that it is funny - particularly for Hugo.

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* RunningGag - In every episode (with only two exceptiona) exceptions) a small, growling dog would appear out of nowhere, run up Victor's trouser leg and remove his underwear. [[RuleOfFunny No explanation is given]] other than that it is funny - particularly for Hugo.
13th Aug '17 7:26:08 AM Granitoons
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* DoItYourselfThemeTune - Sort of. The brothers sing their own names in the intro and outro and Victor sings one line himself.
17th Jul '17 7:27:32 AM Granitoons
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* RunningGag - In every episode (with one exception) a small, growling dog would appear out of nowhere, run up Victor's trouser leg and remove his underwear. [[RuleOfFunny No explanation is given]] other than that it is funny - particularly for Hugo.

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* RunningGag - In every episode (with one exception) only two exceptiona) a small, growling dog would appear out of nowhere, run up Victor's trouser leg and remove his underwear. [[RuleOfFunny No explanation is given]] other than that it is funny - particularly for Hugo.
17th Jul '17 7:26:20 AM Granitoons
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** "It is all your fault! It is ''always'' your fault!"

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** "It is all your fault! It is ALL your fault! It is ''always'' your fault!"
9th Jun '17 12:50:02 PM Granitoons
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* FingerGun - Victor tries this in 'Cowboys and Indiscipline'. Unfortunately he exposes his gunless hand in doing so.
29th Apr '17 5:59:17 AM Granitoons
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Hugo is the younger, shorter brother and dresses like a classic Frenchman with triclore jumper, neckerchief and beret. Like Victor, he also wears a bandit-mask. Hugo is definately the less intelligent half of the duo; however, he was prone to pointing out little oversights in Victor's latest 'meticulous plan' as well as teasing him. Because of the teasing, Victor rarely pays attention to these admonishments, which almost always are the cause of the plan's failing. Hugo keeps a pet earwig called Penelope in a matchbox and confides his worries to her. David (Danger Mouse, Count Duckula, Del-Boy Trotter, Inspector Frost, Granville, etc.) Jason spoke in a silly Frenchified version of Bluebottle out of ''Radio/TheGoonShow'' voice for Hugo. David also spoke in a Cockney accent for Interpoll, the long-suffering pet parrot (and arguably the most intelligent member of the team) who doubled up as a telephone.

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Hugo is the younger, shorter brother and dresses like a classic Frenchman with triclore tricolore jumper, neckerchief and beret. Like Victor, he also wears a bandit-mask. Hugo is definately the less intelligent half of the duo; however, he was prone to pointing out little oversights in Victor's latest 'meticulous plan' as well as teasing him. Because of the teasing, Victor rarely pays attention to these admonishments, which almost always are the cause of the plan's failing. Hugo keeps a pet earwig called Penelope in a matchbox and confides his worries to her. David (Danger Mouse, Count Duckula, Del-Boy Trotter, Inspector Frost, Granville, etc.) Jason spoke in a silly Frenchified version of Bluebottle out of ''Radio/TheGoonShow'' voice for Hugo. David also spoke in a Cockney accent for Interpoll, the long-suffering pet parrot (and arguably the most intelligent member of the team) who doubled up as a telephone.
23rd Apr '17 4:57:31 AM Granitoons
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*DropTheCow - The appearances of the underwear-hungry Baskerville act as this.
9th Apr '17 11:26:19 AM Granitoons
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* CrossOver - Many times, either in reference or in guest stars. Count Duckula, Igor, Nanny, Hawkeye Soames and Dr. Potson (from 'Count Duckula') Danger Mouse, Penfold, Stiletto,(and their Aunties), Colonel K, Baron Greenback and Nero (from Danger Mouse) and even a nod to Badger from 'Wind in the Willows'. It seems fitting since 'Victor & Hugo' were a spin-off from 'Count Duckula' who in turn span off from 'Danger Mouse.'

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* CrossOver - Many times, either in reference or in guest stars. Count Duckula, Igor, Nanny, Hawkeye Soames and Dr. Potson (from 'Count Duckula') Danger Mouse, Penfold, Stiletto,(and Stiletto (and their Aunties), Colonel K, Baron Greenback and Nero (from Danger Mouse) and even a nod to Badger from 'Wind in the Willows'. It seems fitting since 'Victor & Hugo' were a spin-off from 'Count Duckula' who in turn span off from 'Danger Mouse.'
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