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Paireon
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09:53:06 PM Sep 26th 2011
Man, I (barely) remember seeing that in a movie theater with my father and sister, but it was in 1990. I know because I still remember the poster for the Stephen King adaptation Graveyard Shift in the lobby (and after seeing that movie, I can say with great confidence that that poster was the best thing about it). That said, I live in Canada (Quebec province), so maybe they didn't show it during the same time period? Which would be weird considering american movies played in Canada at the same time as in the US for decades even then...
hayleychaotix
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10:22:11 AM Jul 29th 2011
edited by hayleychaotix
Carnivore Confusion: The Hero of the stories is a rabbit, so the fox and the bear are villains.

Since they make it clear that they fox and bear eat the rabbit, meaning there's no confusion, wouldn't this trope be averted?
184.40.4.139
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07:58:31 AM Apr 3rd 2010
Does Br'er stand for Brother, or for Briar, as in the Briar Patch the characters lived in and around?
SomeGuy
05:53:08 PM Apr 3rd 2010
Brother. At least that's how it was in the original Uncle Remus stories.
Laota
10:21:14 PM Jun 16th 2010
Yeah, it's brother. Notice, the female animals are referred to as "Sis"?
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