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YMMV: Mighty Mouse
Adaptation Displacement: Because of the massive importance of Bakshi version, no-one cares about the 1970's Filmation revival anymore.
Mighty Mouse: Well, of course you're bored! Look what you're watching! Hour upon hour of electronic pablum!! Imitation is the sincerest form of television!!
And then after he convinces the tyke to go out and play:
Mighty Mouse: (to us) But enough of all this lying and hypocrisy...time for what television's really about. (cut to commercial)
Genre Turning Point: John Kricfalusi explained the series' massive influence on and importance to all American animation that would come after it to the AV Clubin 2001:
It was the first series that was completely created by cartoonists: It was written by cartoonists, all the creative decisions were made by cartoonists, and we created all the characters. It was totally different from anything anybody had done. We broke every rule you could think of, everything they told you that you couldn't do.[...]A whole bunch of things we did once or twice on Mighty Mouse became whole trends in other people's cartoons. Everybody copied it instantly.
Too Good to Last: Media Watchdogs complained that a scene of Mighty Mouse inhaling a crushed flower was meant to be representative of drug use. It wasn't, but relations between CBS and Bakshi's camp soured and at the height of the controversy, CBS used the axed the show in the middle of its second season and after only 19 episodes.
The Scrappy: Parodied by Mighty Mouse's young ward, Scrappy the mouse