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* TemptingFate: The Preisdent, refusing to accept his son's resignation, proclaims "I would sooner die, I would." [[spoiler:He then falls of a ledge and dies.]]

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* TemptingFate: The Preisdent, President, refusing to accept his son's resignation, proclaims "I would sooner die, I would." [[spoiler:He then falls of a ledge and dies.]]


The plot is about a son (Calculon of ''All My Circuits'' fame) not wanting to follow in his father's (Zoid in his comeback role) footsteps -- that job bring President of Earth, and the son is currently the Vice-President. The film also stars Zoid's nephew John A. Zoidberg as the Vice-President's associate Lieutenant Smith.

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The plot is about a son (Calculon of ''All My Circuits'' fame) not wanting to follow in his father's (Zoid in his comeback role) footsteps -- that job bring being President of Earth, and the son is currently the Vice-President. The film also stars Zoid's nephew John A. Zoidberg as the Vice-President's associate Lieutenant Smith.


Despite negative reception upon its premiere (In fact, everyone left the theater before it ended), the film helped garner Zoid an AcademyAward for Best Actor in a surprise win.

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Despite negative reception upon its premiere (In fact, everyone left the theater before it ended), the film helped garner Zoid an AcademyAward UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Actor in a surprise win.


* BigNo: The Vice-President does this after [[spoiler:his father dies, making him the new Preisdent.]]

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* BigNo: The Vice-President does this after [[spoiler:his father dies, making him the new Preisdent.President.]]


Despite its negative reception upon it's premiere (In fact, everyone left the theater before it ended), the film helped garner Zoid an AcademyAward for Best Actor in a surprise win.

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Despite its negative reception upon it's its premiere (In fact, everyone left the theater before it ended), the film helped garner Zoid an AcademyAward for Best Actor in a surprise win.

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* [[spoiler:DownerEnding]]: [[spoiler: The President dies, and now the Vice-President has to take his father's job whether he wants to or not.]]
* FoodSlap: At one point, the Vice-President throws a cup of water onto his father's face.


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* GreyRainOfDepression: The ending.


* SpecialEffectsFailure: In one scene, you can see the cinematographer's claws in a [[FingerFraming Claw Framing]] position in the camera frame.


Despite its negative reception upon it's premiere (In fact, everyone left the theater before it ended), but it did garner Zoid an AcademyAward for Best Actor in a surprise win.

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Despite its negative reception upon it's premiere (In fact, everyone left the theater before it ended), but it did the film helped garner Zoid an AcademyAward for Best Actor in a surprise win.

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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/the_magnificent_three_8113.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:"I agreed to be your Vice-President, but I never agreed to be your son."]]

''The Magnificent Three'' is a 3001 political drama written and directed by legendary silent hologram comedian Harold Zoid, and executive produced by Bender Bending Rodriguez.

The plot is about a son (Calculon of ''All My Circuits'' fame) not wanting to follow in his father's (Zoid in his comeback role) footsteps -- that job bring President of Earth, and the son is currently the Vice-President. The film also stars Zoid's nephew John A. Zoidberg as the Vice-President's associate Lieutenant Smith.

Despite its negative reception upon it's premiere (In fact, everyone left the theater before it ended), but it did garner Zoid an AcademyAward for Best Actor in a surprise win.
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* BigNo: The Vice-President does this after [[spoiler:his father dies, making him the new Preisdent.]]
* FunnyBackgroundEvent: As seen in the above picture, several scenes have White House staffers doing crazy things in the middle of tense scenes. This was due to Zoid's insistence to add a little comedy to soften the drama.
* PieInTheFace: Several White House staffers throw pies at each other. This came about due to the reasons states above. Most of the film's budget ended up being spent on pies.
* SpecialEffectsFailure: In one scene, you can see the cinematographer's claws in a [[FingerFraming Claw Framing]] position in the camera frame.
* TemptingFate: The Preisdent, refusing to accept his son's resignation, proclaims "I would sooner die, I would." [[spoiler:He then falls of a ledge and dies.]]

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