History YMMV / RudolphTheRedNosedReindeer

28th May '16 1:11:25 PM Mario1995
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** The 1964 TV special enjoyed regular annual rotation on NBC before they lost the broadcast rights to CBS in 1972. 44 years later, NBC's parent company [=NBCUniversal=] bought special rights-holder Creator/DreamWorksAnimation, not only making NBC the ''owner'' of the special, but also [[LaserGuidedKarma leading to a possibility of]] [[WhosLaughingNow CBS losing the rights in the future]].

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** The 1964 TV special enjoyed regular annual rotation on NBC before they lost the broadcast rights to CBS in 1972. 44 years later, NBC's parent company [=NBCUniversal=] bought special rights-holder Creator/DreamWorksAnimation, not only making NBC the ''owner'' of the special, but also [[LaserGuidedKarma [[TheDogBitesBack leading to a possibility of]] [[WhosLaughingNow CBS losing the rights in the future]].
20th May '16 3:01:07 PM Psi001
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** In the 1944 short, an ashamed Rudolph hides his nose under his blanket in front of Santa, only for the latter to sweetly pluck it off again before he makes his fateful request,

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** In the 1944 short, an ashamed Rudolph hides his nose under his blanket in front of Santa, only for the latter to sweetly pluck it off again before he makes his fateful request,request.
** For what it's worth, Rudolph's mother is among the few perfectly kind and accepting of him in all three animated takes of the story.
1st May '16 6:39:08 PM Mario1995
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** The original 1964 stop-motion Rankin/Bass special vs. the 1998 traditional-animated Goodtimes entertainment film. Both are under the same ownership, ironically.

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** The original 1964 stop-motion Rankin/Bass special vs. the 1998 traditional-animated Goodtimes entertainment film. Both are under the same ownership, ironically.
1st May '16 6:35:07 PM MrMediaGuy2
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** Which ending is better? Yukon striking peppermint or the elves delivering the misfit toys?

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** Which ending is better? Yukon striking peppermint or the elves delivering the misfit toys?toys? The DVD version [[TakeAThirdOption includes both.]]
1st May '16 6:28:45 PM Mario1995
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* The villain of ''Misfit Toys'' [[WesternAnimation.ToyStory3 is a teddy bear who turned evil after being abandoned by his owner.]]

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* ** The villain of ''Misfit Toys'' [[WesternAnimation.ToyStory3 is a teddy bear who turned evil after being abandoned by his owner.]]
1st May '16 6:28:24 PM Mario1995
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** The 1964 TV special enjoyed regular annual rotation on NBC before they lost the broadcast rights to CBS in 1972. 44 years later, NBC's parent company [=NBCUniversal=] bought special rights-holder Creator/DreamWorksAnimation, not only making NBC the ''owner'' of the special, but [[LaserGuidedKarma leading to a possibility of CBS losing the rights in the future]].

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** The 1964 TV special enjoyed regular annual rotation on NBC before they lost the broadcast rights to CBS in 1972. 44 years later, NBC's parent company [=NBCUniversal=] bought special rights-holder Creator/DreamWorksAnimation, not only making NBC the ''owner'' of the special, but also [[LaserGuidedKarma leading to a possibility of of]] [[WhosLaughingNow CBS losing the rights in the future]].
1st May '16 6:26:07 PM Mario1995
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* HilariousInHindsight: The villain of ''Misfit Toys'' [[WesternAnimation.ToyStory3 is a teddy bear who turned evil after being abandoned by his owner.]]

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* HilariousInHindsight: The HilariousInHindsight:
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villain of ''Misfit Toys'' [[WesternAnimation.ToyStory3 is a teddy bear who turned evil after being abandoned by his owner.]]


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** The 1964 TV special enjoyed regular annual rotation on NBC before they lost the broadcast rights to CBS in 1972. 44 years later, NBC's parent company [=NBCUniversal=] bought special rights-holder Creator/DreamWorksAnimation, not only making NBC the ''owner'' of the special, but [[LaserGuidedKarma leading to a possibility of CBS losing the rights in the future]].
1st May '16 3:00:14 AM dieseldragons
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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: No one will love you for your uniqueness, unless you're useful to them. Rudolph would still be an outcast and not a celebrity, if his defining trait could serve others no purpose.
30th Apr '16 11:34:50 AM Mario1995
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*** Plus the 1944 Fleischer Brothers cartoon.

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*** Plus the 1944 Fleischer Brothers cartoon.cartoon, which is public domain.
30th Apr '16 11:30:39 AM Mario1995
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** The original 1964 stop-motion Rankin/Bass special vs. the 1998 traditional-animated Goodtimes entertainment film.

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** The original 1964 stop-motion Rankin/Bass special vs. the 1998 traditional-animated Goodtimes entertainment film. Both are under the same ownership, ironically.
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