History WesternAnimation / VictorAndHugo

9th Apr '16 5:10:28 PM AndIntroducingALeg
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* ShorterMeansSmarter - Emphatically averted. Victor might not be very bright, but, unlike little Hugo, he's not completely brainless.
12th Jan '16 8:09:18 PM BenBanjo87
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* HypnoFool - In [[PunnyTitle Hyp-Not-Isn't]], Victor tries to hypnotise himself into becoming a master criminal by aid of looking at himself in a hand-mirror. Unfortunately for him, Hugo is sitting right behind him looking at his own reflection in the mirror, so he is the one who gets hypnotised. To cap it all off, Victor has a cold, so whenever he sneezes, Hugo turns into a tough-talking, hyper-competent gangster but changes back to his usual useless crook self whenever Victor sneezes again - always at the worst possible moment.

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* HypnoFool - In [[PunnyTitle Hyp-Not-Isn't]], Victor tries to hypnotise himself into becoming a master criminal by aid of looking at himself in a hand-mirror. Unfortunately for him, Hugo is sitting right behind him looking at his own reflection in the mirror, so he is the one who gets hypnotised. To cap it all off, Victor has a cold, sneezed at the moment he attempted to set the code-word to trigger the hypnosis, so whenever he sneezes, or anyone else sneezes thereafter, Hugo turns into a tough-talking, hyper-competent gangster gangster, but changes back to his usual useless crook self whenever Victor sneezes again - always at the worst possible moment.
27th Nov '15 3:19:05 PM eroock
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-->''Hello? Victor and Hugo of Naughtiness International, no crime too big, no crime too small. How can I help you?'''
-->--Victor, when answering the parrot. I mean telephone.

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-->''Hello?
->''"Hello?
Victor and Hugo of Naughtiness International, no crime too big, no crime too small. How can I help you?'''
-->--Victor,
you?"''
-->-- '''Victor''',
when answering the parrot. I mean telephone.
4th Oct '15 4:28:14 AM Granitoons
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* ExpressiveMask - the brothers' perpetual bandit-masks.



* ExpressiveMask - the brothers' perpetual bandit-masks.
10th Jun '15 2:23:14 AM Granitoons
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* HammerSpace - The back of the van was very capacious somewhat like a clown car which is entirely appropriate.



* HammerSpace - The back of the van was very capacious somewhat like a clown car which is entirely appropriate.

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* HammerSpace HypnoFool - The In [[PunnyTitle Hyp-Not-Isn't]], Victor tries to hypnotise himself into becoming a master criminal by aid of looking at himself in a hand-mirror. Unfortunately for him, Hugo is sitting right behind him looking at his own reflection in the mirror, so he is the one who gets hypnotised. To cap it all off, Victor has a cold, so whenever he sneezes, Hugo turns into a tough-talking, hyper-competent gangster but changes back of to his usual useless crook self whenever Victor sneezes again - always at the van was very capacious somewhat like a clown car which is entirely appropriate.worst possible moment.
18th May '15 6:00:48 AM Granitoons
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* ExpressiveMask

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* ExpressiveMaskExpressiveMask - the brothers' perpetual bandit-masks.


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* IneffectualSympatheticVillain - the main duo themselves. 'Will they succeed next time?' - no, never!
16th May '15 1:05:56 PM Prfnoff
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''Victor & Hugo: Bunglers in Crime'' was an animated series produced by Cosgrove-Hall and ran for two seasons in 1991 and 1992. It aired on Children's ITV on Fridays and was a spin-off of two guest villains, Gaston and Pierre, from ''WesternAnimation/CountDuckula''.

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''Victor & Hugo: Bunglers in Crime'' was an animated series produced by Cosgrove-Hall Creator/CosgroveHall and ran for two seasons in 1991 and 1992. It aired on Children's ITV Creator/{{ITV}} on Fridays and was a spin-off of two guest villains, Gaston and Pierre, from ''WesternAnimation/CountDuckula''.
5th Nov '14 7:49:00 PM HUYJSDFUIDG
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* {{Catchphrase}}
** The first sign that Hugo had screwed up was usually when Victor asked if he had performed a vital task and got the reply "Yes. And no. Mainly no."

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{{Catchphrase}} - The first sign that Hugo had screwed up was usually when Victor asked if he had performed a vital task and got the reply "Yes. And no. Mainly no."
5th Nov '14 7:47:36 PM HUYJSDFUIDG
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5th Nov '14 7:46:20 PM PaulA
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* BigLittleMan - Mr. Big - who is a tiny mouse in a huge human suit a la Brain's disguise as 'Brian', although this example predates 'WesternAnimation/PinkyandTheBrain.' Coincidentally, Mr. Big is voiced by a Brian - Brian Trueman.
* {{Catchphrase}} - The first sign that Hugo had screwed up was usually when Victor asked if he had performed a vital task and got the reply "Yes. And no. Mainly no."

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* BigLittleMan - Mr. Big - who is a tiny mouse in a huge human suit a la Brain's disguise as 'Brian', although this example predates 'WesternAnimation/PinkyandTheBrain.' ''WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain''. Coincidentally, Mr. Big is voiced by a Brian - Brian Trueman.
* {{Catchphrase}} - {{Catchphrase}}
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The first sign that Hugo had screwed up was usually when Victor asked if he had performed a vital task and got the reply "Yes. And no. Mainly no.""
** "It is all your fault! It is ''always'' your fault!"
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