History YMMV / YellowSubmarine

18th Apr '16 12:05:47 AM aye_amber
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* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: A less extreme example. It ''was'' intended for older audiences, but there's nothing too vulgar about it that would keep kids from watching, which may be why [[PeripheryDemographic it's become such a popular way for parents to introduce their kids to]] TheBeatles.

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* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: A less extreme example. It ''was'' intended for older audiences, but there's nothing too vulgar about it that would keep kids from watching, which may be why [[PeripheryDemographic it's become such a popular way for parents to introduce their kids to]] TheBeatles.Music/TheBeatles.
7th Oct '15 4:20:14 PM Tuckerscreator
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*** "Hey Bulldog" is awesome in a meta was as well for being what those present at the time of it's conception refer to as "the last time The Beatles were a complete band and not just four people with bloated egos."

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*** "Hey Bulldog" is awesome in a meta was as well for being what those present at the time of it's its conception refer to as "the last time The Beatles were a complete band and not just four people with bloated egos."
30th Jul '15 2:52:37 AM NWolfman
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*** "Hey Bulldog" should get a special mention for being what those present at the time of it's conception refer to as "the last time The Beatles were a complete band and not just four people with bloated egos."

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*** "Hey Bulldog" should get is awesome in a special mention meta was as well for being what those present at the time of it's conception refer to as "the last time The Beatles were a complete band and not just four people with bloated egos."



** George Martin's score is no slouch, especially considering all of the musical genres it covers.

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** George Martin's score is no slouch, especially considering [[GenreRoulette all of the musical genres it covers.covers]].
21st Jun '15 10:34:24 AM NWolfman
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: It's Music/TheBeatles -- go figure. George Martin's compositions aren't bad either.

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: It's Music/TheBeatles -- go figure. George Martin's compositions aren't bad either.


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** George Martin's score is no slouch, especially considering all of the musical genres it covers.
24th Apr '15 11:40:47 PM NWolfman
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*** "Hey Bulldog" should get a special mention for being what those present at the time of it's conception refer to as "the last time The Beatles were a complete band and not just four people with bloated egos."
11th Feb '15 5:33:45 PM harryhenry
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** Show of hands: how many people secretly wish they lived in that mansion? (Raises hand.)
31st Jan '15 10:20:55 AM NWolfman
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* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: A less extreme example. It ''was'' intended for older audiences, but there's nothing too vulgar about it that would keep kids from watching, which may be why [[PeripheryDemographic it's become such a popular way for parents to introduce their kids to]] TheBeatles.
19th Jan '15 9:46:45 AM rjung
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* VindicatedByHistory: The film was initially a flop and killed the non-Disney feature animation market for years. Animator RichardWilliams, a fan of the film, claimed that the [[LimitedAnimation jerky, start-stop animation]] was to blame--it must have been, since Music/TheBeatles were at the ''height of their popularity'' by this point! That said, it has gained a CultClassic following over the years.

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* VindicatedByHistory: The film was initially a flop and killed the non-Disney feature animation market for years. Animator RichardWilliams, Creator/RichardWilliams, a fan of the film, claimed that the [[LimitedAnimation jerky, start-stop animation]] was to blame--it must have been, since Music/TheBeatles were at the ''height of their popularity'' by this point! That said, it has gained a CultClassic following over the years.
8th Jan '15 9:14:03 PM Angeldeb82
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*** It went like this: "[[CrowningMomentOfFunny Dad! Why are you in a cartoon?]]"
* TearJerker: The "Eleanor Rigby" sequence manages to make the song even sadder and more depressing than it already was, which is [[UpToEleven no mean feat.]]
** As the song Nowhere Man finishes Jeremy is seen sadly waving to the retreating figures of the Beatles who were going to leave him behind. He spins and he looks more depressed until he starts sobbing. [[HeartwarmingMoments Though at the end Ringo was the only Beatle to take pity on Jeremy and offers him a ride with them which he gladly accepts]]

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*** It went like this: "[[CrowningMomentOfFunny "[[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Dad! Why are you in a cartoon?]]"
* TearJerker: The "Eleanor Rigby" sequence manages to make the song even sadder and more depressing than it already was, which is [[UpToEleven no mean feat.]]
feat]].
** As the song Nowhere Man finishes Jeremy is seen sadly waving to the retreating figures of the Beatles who were going to leave him behind. He spins and he looks more depressed until he starts sobbing. [[HeartwarmingMoments [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments Though at the end Ringo was the only Beatle to take pity on Jeremy and offers him a ride with them which he gladly accepts]]



* WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs: In his book ''Up Periscope Yellow'', [[WordOfGod Al Brodax,]] the man behind the production, who wrote or co-wrote most of the non-musical sequences, swears the only time he ever had drugs was in a meeting with John Lennon ''after'' he'd finished the script.

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* WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs: In his book ''Up Periscope Yellow'', [[WordOfGod Al Brodax,]] Brodax]], the man behind the production, who wrote or co-wrote most of the non-musical sequences, swears the only time he ever had drugs was in a meeting with John Lennon ''after'' he'd finished the script.
14th Dec '14 8:05:08 PM SunriseWarrior
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* CultClassic: The story is very simple,, but it is filled with very surreal imagery which attracts people to the film, not to mention it didn't do good at first.

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* CultClassic: The story is very simple,, simple and the film didn't do good at first, but it is filled with very surreal imagery which attracts people to the film, not to mention it didn't do good at first.it.
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