History YMMV / ThreeLittlePigs

28th Sep '15 4:58:31 AM tropower
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* GrowingTheBeard: Taken to a ''literal'' extreme in RealLife: during the shorts heydey, one New York theater allegedly kept the short playing for so many weeks, that they had a sign posted above it saying "You've kept us here so long, we're growing beards!" complete with illustrations of the Three Little Pigs with real beards put on them. And they deliberately made the beards longer as time went by.
** Previously, cartoons had little story and focused more on surreal imagery that would repeat at times. Afterwards, cartoons began to focus more on a plot than animating something for the sake of it.

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* GrowingTheBeard: Taken to a ''literal'' extreme in RealLife: during the shorts heydey, heyday, one New York theater allegedly kept the short playing for so many weeks, that they had a sign posted above it saying "You've kept us here so long, we're growing beards!" complete with illustrations of the Three Little Pigs with real beards put on them. And they deliberately made the beards longer as time went by.
** Previously, cartoons had little story and focused more on surreal imagery that would repeat at times. Afterwards, cartoons began to focus more on a plot than animating something for the sake of it.[[note]]It didn't stop some shorts made afterwards from being made the previous way.[[/note]]
6th Nov '14 11:21:21 AM MagBas
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* UnfortunateImplications: Let's just say that watching the first short's original cut won't exactly dispel the urban legend that WaltDisney hated Jews. The wolf's aforementioned Jewish peddler disguise is one of the few politically-incorrect Disney moments not available on DVD ([[NoExportForYou in the U.S., at least]]...)
** The wolf's Jewish peddler disguise DID manage to make its way onto an early official VHS print of the short.
17th Aug '14 8:26:07 AM Austin
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* CuteLittleFangs: Li'l Bad Wolf in the self-titled cartoon short, need this troper say more?
21st May '14 7:11:39 AM MatthewGuy6131994
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* EarWorm: Need I say? ''Who's afraid of the big bad wolf, big bad wolf, big bad wolf...''

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* EarWorm: Need I say? ''Who's afraid of the big bad wolf, big bad wolf, big bad wolf...''
12th Feb '14 3:58:34 PM redmon
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** Previously, cartoons had little story and focused more on surreal imagery that would repeat at times. Afterwards, cartoons began to focus more on a plot than animating something for the sake of it.
6th Jun '13 7:28:37 PM bunchacrunch
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* FridgeBrilliance: In an attempt to gain access to Practical Pig's house (at least in the [[{{Bowdlerise}} UNCENSORED]] version), the wolf disguises himself as a Jewish peddler. Since pork is considerably non-Kosher, what better way to trick pigs into thinking you're not going to eat them?

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* FridgeBrilliance: In an attempt to gain access to Practical Pig's house (at least in the [[{{Bowdlerise}} UNCENSORED]] version), the wolf disguises himself as a Jewish peddler. Since pork meat from a pig is considerably non-Kosher, treif (not kosher), what better way to trick pigs into thinking you're not going to eat them?



* UnfortunateImplications: Let's just say that watching the first short's original cut won't exactly dispel the urban legend that WaltDisney was antisemitic; thus the wolf's aforementioned Jewish peddler disguise is one of the few politically-incorrect Disney moments not available on DVD ([[NoExportForYou in the U.S., at least]]...)
** The wolf's Jewish peddler disguise DID manage to make its way onto an early official VHS print of the short, however...

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* UnfortunateImplications: Let's just say that watching the first short's original cut won't exactly dispel the urban legend that WaltDisney was antisemitic; thus the hated Jews. The wolf's aforementioned Jewish peddler disguise is one of the few politically-incorrect Disney moments not available on DVD ([[NoExportForYou in the U.S., at least]]...)
** The wolf's Jewish peddler disguise DID manage to make its way onto an early official VHS print of the short, however...short.
18th Apr '13 3:55:57 PM Austin
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In ''Three Little Wolves'', the Big Bad Wolf [[VillainousCrossdresser disguises himself as Bo Peep]], lures Fifer and Fiddler inside his home, locks the door and swallows the key. The pigs seem to think 'she' has entirely different reasons for doing this.
--> ''Fifer and Fiddler'': ([[LuminescentBlush Blushing wildly]]) "Why, Bo Peep!"
19th Apr '12 11:03:31 PM Julayla64
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* CuteLittleFangs: Li'l Bad Wolf in the self-titled cartoon short, need this troper say more?
14th Mar '12 3:26:28 PM IPBram
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* FridgeBrilliance: In an attempt to gain access to Practical Pig's house (at least in the [[{{Bowdlerise}} UNCENSORED]] version), the wolf disguises himself as a Jewish peddler. Since pork is considered non-Kosher, what better way to trick pigs into thinking you're not going to eat them?

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* FridgeBrilliance: In an attempt to gain access to Practical Pig's house (at least in the [[{{Bowdlerise}} UNCENSORED]] version), the wolf disguises himself as a Jewish peddler. Since pork is considered considerably non-Kosher, what better way to trick pigs into thinking you're not going to eat them?
28th Jan '12 5:45:06 PM IPBram
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[[WMG: [[Disney/ThreeLittlePigs The Disney Version]] contains examples of:]]



* FridgeBrilliance: To gain access to Practical Pig's house, the Wolf originally disguised himself as a Jewish Peddler. Since pork is decidedly non-Kashrut, what better way to convince pigs you're not going to eat them?

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* FridgeBrilliance: To In an attempt to gain access to Practical Pig's house, house (at least in the Wolf originally disguised [[{{Bowdlerise}} UNCENSORED]] version), the wolf disguises himself as a Jewish Peddler. peddler. Since pork is decidedly non-Kashrut, considered non-Kosher, what better way to convince trick pigs into thinking you're not going to eat them?them?
** Unfortunately, this is only the ORIGINAL cut we're talking about (see {{Bowdlerize}} in the Trivia tab).



* [[HeyItsThatVoice Hey, It's That Voice!]]: In the 1930s, Practical Pig and Zeke Wolf were voiced by Pinto Colvig and Billy Bletcher, the original voices for [[ClassicDisneyShorts Goofy and Pete]]. Fittingly enough, on ''HouseOfMouse'', the two were voiced by Goofy's and Pete's current voice actors, Bill Farmer and JimCummings.



* UnfortunateImplications: The aforementioned original version of the first short won't exactly help the case of anyone trying to refute Walt Disney's alleged anti-Semitism, so it's one of the only un-PC Disney moments not available on the Walt Disney Treasures [=DVDs=]. ([[NoExportForYou in the US, anyways]])
** However, the Jewish peddler DID make its way onto an official VHS copy of the Three Little Pigs.

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* UnfortunateImplications: The aforementioned original version of Let's just say that watching the first short short's original cut won't exactly help dispel the case of anyone trying to refute Walt Disney's alleged anti-Semitism, so it's urban legend that WaltDisney was antisemitic; thus the wolf's aforementioned Jewish peddler disguise is one of the only un-PC few politically-incorrect Disney moments not available on the Walt Disney Treasures [=DVDs=]. DVD ([[NoExportForYou in the US, anyways]])
U.S., at least]]...)
** However, the The wolf's Jewish peddler disguise DID manage to make its way onto an early official VHS copy print of the Three Little Pigs.short, however...
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