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* BlackMagicBlackMagic: The villains tap into this, creating an army of Nazi zombie soldiers.



* BumblingSidekick: Private Ludvig

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* BumblingSidekick: Private LudvigLudvig is the clumsy, bumbling henchman of Sgt. Olga. Being a zombie that can fall apart certainly helps.



* ButtMonkey: Ludvig

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* ButtMonkey: LudvigLudvig continues the long Disney trend of bumbling henchmen abused by their villainous masters.



* TheStarscream: Josef Mengele for the Nazis.

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* TheStarscream: Josef Mengele for the Nazis.Nazis, as his experiments turn him into a OneWingedAngel powerful enough to overthrow the Führer...



* TakingTheBullet: Anne for Peter.

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* TakingTheBullet: Anne for Peter. Both of them survive anyway.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: What happened to Klaus, the wisecracking Jewish rooster? [[spoiler:Given the setting of this film, [[FridgeHorror what do you think happened to him?]]]]

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: WhatHappenedToTheMouse:
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What happened to Klaus, the wisecracking Jewish rooster? [[spoiler:Given the setting of this film, [[FridgeHorror what do you think happened to him?]]]]him?]] Sgt. Olga eats chicken soup in a later scene, so...]]
** Olga's gibbon also disappears after the one scene he's in.


* PunchClockVillain / JustFollowingOrders: Private Ludvig

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* PunchClockVillain / JustFollowingOrders: Private LudvigLudvig.


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* SeldomSeenSpecies: A [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys gibbon]] appears in Olga's office, implied to be her pet, where it gets attacked by an angry Mr. Goebbels in a wacky chase scene. The gibbon's vocalizations were provided by none other than Creator/StephenFry!


* CanonDiscontinuity: Not listed in the official films by Disney. Reportedly, they even asked that this site not list it on our own Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon page. In fact, when Disney included the original trailer of ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaidI'' among that movie's laserdisc bonus features, they had Mark Elliot redub part of it, so that it would refer to ''The Little Mermaid'' as movie #28, instead of #29. Nowadays it seems that's the only version of the trailer they'll let the public see.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: Not listed in the official films by Disney. Reportedly, they even asked that this site not list it on our own Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon page. In fact, when Disney included the original trailer of ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaidI'' ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaid1'' among that movie's laserdisc bonus features, they had Mark Elliot redub part of it, so that it would refer to ''The Little Mermaid'' as movie #28, instead of #29. Nowadays it seems that's the only version of the trailer they'll let the public see.



* ConspicuouslyLightPatch: A lot of these, due to the low animation budget. Disney was pouring most of its resources into ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaidI''.

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* ConspicuouslyLightPatch: A lot of these, due to the low animation budget. Disney was pouring most of its resources into ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaidI''.''WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaid1''.



* DoesNotLikeShoes: Anne. Her father says that everyone must go barefoot in the attic so no one will hear them. Not only does Anne gleefully take her shoes off and leave them off for the rest of the film, she also holds her bare foot up toward the camera and wiggles her toes. Rumor has it that scene was traced over for Ariel's discovery of her feet in ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaidI''.

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* DoesNotLikeShoes: Anne. Her father says that everyone must go barefoot in the attic so no one will hear them. Not only does Anne gleefully take her shoes off and leave them off for the rest of the film, she also holds her bare foot up toward the camera and wiggles her toes. Rumor has it that scene was traced over for Ariel's discovery of her feet in ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaidI''.''WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaid1''.



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* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamasEvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas:


This film has a rather fascinating behind the scenes history, though.[[note]]Basically, this movie was never actually made or conceived by Disney. The premise and poster were a joke used by Lindsay Ellis (WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick) in her 5 Least Awful Disney Animated Sequels video to parody the {{Disneyfication}} of real events (such as ''Disney/{{Pocahontas}}''), and serious-toned stories (such as ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''). All the names of real people associated with this movie are only used as satire. In short, there is no actual ''Disney's Anne Frank'' movie, and this page is JustForFun.[[/note]] Please keep the sensitive nature of this topic in mind.[[note]]Feel free to add whatever you'd like, but the tone should be that of a sincere, but extremely misguided, effort by a studio that didn't think too hard about the UnfortunateImplications. And the number of characters, songs, etc, should be within the limits of an animated film. Otherwise, anything goes. Remember, this whole thing's just for fun -- the film itself doesn't even exist. It was meant as a joke on the part of WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick. We just took it and ran with it.[[/note]]

Compare other such unfortunate films as ''WesternAnimation/TitanicTheLegendGoesOn'', and ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfTheTitanic''.[[note]]These movies ''are'' real, though. So yeah, this page is a joke, but this sort of thing ''does'' happen.[[/note]] Also see ''Disney/DerFuehrersFace'', another WWII-themed Disney short that actually played before this movie during its brief theatrical run.

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This film has a rather fascinating behind the scenes history, though.[[note]]Basically, this movie was never actually made or conceived by Disney. The premise and poster were a joke used by Lindsay Ellis (WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick) in her 5 Least Awful Disney Animated Sequels video to parody the {{Disneyfication}} of real events (such as ''Disney/{{Pocahontas}}''), ''WesternAnimation/{{Pocahontas}}''), and serious-toned stories (such as ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'').''WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''). All the names of real people associated with this movie are only used as satire. In short, there is no actual ''Disney's Anne Frank'' movie, and this page is JustForFun.[[/note]] Please keep the sensitive nature of this topic in mind.[[note]]Feel free to add whatever you'd like, but the tone should be that of a sincere, but extremely misguided, effort by a studio that didn't think too hard about the UnfortunateImplications. And the number of characters, songs, etc, should be within the limits of an animated film. Otherwise, anything goes. Remember, this whole thing's just for fun -- the film itself doesn't even exist. It was meant as a joke on the part of WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick. We just took it and ran with it.[[/note]]

Compare other such unfortunate films as ''WesternAnimation/TitanicTheLegendGoesOn'', and ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfTheTitanic''.[[note]]These movies ''are'' real, though. So yeah, this page is a joke, but this sort of thing ''does'' happen.[[/note]] Also see ''Disney/DerFuehrersFace'', ''WesternAnimation/DerFuehrersFace'', another WWII-themed Disney short that actually played before this movie during its brief theatrical run.



* AllGermansAreNazis: Played straight, especially during the musical number "Life is Heil-arious!", which shows uniformed SS soldiers serving as policemen, train operators, even bakers. It actually has callbacks to Disney's propaganda cartoons ''Disney/DerFuehrersFace'' and ''Disney/EducationForDeath''.

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* AllGermansAreNazis: Played straight, especially during the musical number "Life is Heil-arious!", which shows uniformed SS soldiers serving as policemen, train operators, even bakers. It actually has callbacks to Disney's propaganda cartoons ''Disney/DerFuehrersFace'' ''WesternAnimation/DerFuehrersFace'' and ''Disney/EducationForDeath''.''WesternAnimation/EducationForDeath''.



** In traditional Disney fashion, there is a scene during the opening credits sweep of Anne Frank's home town where an orange tabby cat is visible that looks almost identical to Oliver. There's even an allusion to a (then) future Disney film, ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', where a clock in the background of Olga's office looks a lot like Cogsworth.
*** The old gypsy in the beginning also looks a lot like an older, gray-haired Clopin from Disney's ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'', although he's more pointy and sinister-looking here.
** One of the rabbis in the scene where the zombies break into the synagogue looks an awful lot like [[Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad Ichabod Crane]] with a mustache.

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** In traditional Disney fashion, there is a scene during the opening credits sweep of Anne Frank's home town where an orange tabby cat is visible that looks almost identical to Oliver. There's even an allusion to a (then) future Disney film, ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', ''WesternAnimation/BeautyAndTheBeast'', where a clock in the background of Olga's office looks a lot like Cogsworth.
*** The old gypsy in the beginning also looks a lot like an older, gray-haired Clopin from Disney's ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'', ''WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'', although he's more pointy and sinister-looking here.
** One of the rabbis in the scene where the zombies break into the synagogue looks an awful lot like [[Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad [[WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad Ichabod Crane]] with a mustache.



* CanonDiscontinuity: Not listed in the official films by Disney. Reportedly, they even asked that this site not list it on our own Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon page. In fact, when Disney included the original trailer of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' among that movie's laserdisc bonus features, they had Mark Elliot redub part of it, so that it would refer to ''The Little Mermaid'' as movie #28, instead of #29. Nowadays it seems that's the only version of the trailer they'll let the public see.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: Not listed in the official films by Disney. Reportedly, they even asked that this site not list it on our own Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon page. In fact, when Disney included the original trailer of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaidI'' among that movie's laserdisc bonus features, they had Mark Elliot redub part of it, so that it would refer to ''The Little Mermaid'' as movie #28, instead of #29. Nowadays it seems that's the only version of the trailer they'll let the public see.



* ConspicuouslyLightPatch: A lot of these, due to the low animation budget. Disney was pouring most of its resources into ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.

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* ConspicuouslyLightPatch: A lot of these, due to the low animation budget. Disney was pouring most of its resources into ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.''WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaidI''.



* DoesNotLikeShoes: Anne. Her father says that everyone must go barefoot in the attic so no one will hear them. Not only does Anne gleefully take her shoes off and leave them off for the rest of the film, she also holds her bare foot up toward the camera and wiggles her toes. Rumor has it that scene was traced over for Ariel's discovery of her feet in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.
* TheDogBitesBack

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* DoesNotLikeShoes: Anne. Her father says that everyone must go barefoot in the attic so no one will hear them. Not only does Anne gleefully take her shoes off and leave them off for the rest of the film, she also holds her bare foot up toward the camera and wiggles her toes. Rumor has it that scene was traced over for Ariel's discovery of her feet in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.
''WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaidI''.
* TheDogBitesBackTheDogBitesBack:


* {{Disneyfication}}: Yeah.

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* %%%* {{Disneyfication}}: Yeah.



* EarnYourHappyEnding: And how.

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* %%%* EarnYourHappyEnding: And how.



* [[GirlsHaveCooties Girls Have Poison Germs]]: Josef Mengele believed this when he was young.
* AGodAmI: Josef Mengele plans to become the "Great Archangel of Humanity", essentially becoming this as he would be worshiped by everyone.

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* [[GirlsHaveCooties Girls Have Poison Germs]]: GirlsHaveCooties: Josef Mengele believed this when he was young.
* AGodAmI: Josef Mengele plans to become the "Great Archangel of Humanity", essentially becoming this as he would be worshiped by everyone.
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* GreyEyes: Sgt. Olga, of the "stern, steely, ideas-over-people" type.


** When Miep tries to cheer up Anne when her birthday turned out to be very disappointing, he leads into a big band musical number with a DisneyAcidSequence going on in the background. The whole thing is loud and bombastic to make anne Happy and flies directly into the face of the fact that at the start of the movie, Anne's father [b]clearly[/b] stated that they had to try to be as quiet as possible.

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** When Miep tries to cheer up Anne when her birthday turned out to be very disappointing, he she leads into a big band musical number with a DisneyAcidSequence going on in the background. The whole thing is loud and bombastic to make anne Happy Anne happy and flies directly into the face of the fact that at the start of the movie, Anne's father [b]clearly[/b] ''clearly'' stated that they had to try to be as quiet as possible.



** Actually, given Lorenz's penchant for quotes and aphorisms in foreign languages, every other word he says falls into this category.
** Olga's mooks say things like "I wanted to be a violinist...", and "Did you use to kiss your mommy with that mouth?!"

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** Actually, given Given Lorenz's penchant for quotes and aphorisms in foreign languages, every other word he says falls into this category.
** Olga's mooks say things like "I wanted to be a violinist...", and "Did you use used to kiss your mommy with that mouth?!"



* BusbyBerkeleyNumber: The shower scene. Many have thought the number invokes LyricalDissonance, but listen carefully and you'll find that the backing vocals are actually a jazzed-up nursery rhyme about personal hygiene. Apparently the vocalists were ''never told they were singing as prisoners of war!''

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* BusbyBerkeleyNumber: The shower scene. Many have thought the number invokes LyricalDissonance, but listen carefully and you'll find that the backing vocals are actually a jazzed-up nursery rhyme about personal hygiene. Apparently the vocalists were ''never never told they were singing as prisoners ''prisoners of war!''



* ButWaitTheresMore: Disney, prior to the film's release, developed a plan for a sequel that would focus on Anne's fictional daughter Anya as she searches for her lost younger brother Claus in Cold War-era Berlin, while Stalin's right-hand man Colonel Polov Vlagavich tries to catch her; However due to the severely disappointing reaction to the film by critics and audience members, production was quickly ended and the animated sequences that were completed were retrofitted into other Disney works.

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* ButWaitTheresMore: Disney, prior to the film's release, developed a plan for a sequel that would focus on Anne's fictional daughter Anya as she searches for her lost younger brother Claus in Cold War-era Berlin, while Stalin's right-hand man Colonel Polov Vlagavich tries to catch her; However due to the severely disappointing reaction to the film by critics and audience members, audiences, production was quickly ended and the animated sequences that were completed were retrofitted into other Disney works.



** Creator/TimCurry has a brief yet memorable performance as Winston Churchill in the break dancing scene with Franklin D. Roosevelt.

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** Creator/TimCurry has a brief yet memorable performance as Winston Churchill in the break dancing breakdancing scene with Franklin D. Roosevelt.



** [[Music/TheBeatles Paul McCartney]] has a very brief and uncredited one as [[Film/SchindlersList Oskar Schindler]]. It's also rumored that he helped write and compose many of the movie's musical numbers, going uncredited to avoid potential backlash.
** In traditional Disney fashion, there is a scene during the opening credits sweep of Anne Frank's home town where an orange tabby cat is visible that looks almost identical to Oliver. There's even an allude to a (then) future Disney film, ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', where a clock in the background of Olga's office looks a lot like Cogsworth.
*** The the old gypsy in the beginning also looks a lot like an older, gray-haired Clopin from Disney's ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'', although he's more pointy and sinister looking here.

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** [[Music/TheBeatles Paul McCartney]] has a very brief and uncredited one as [[Film/SchindlersList Oskar Schindler]]. Schindler.]] It's also rumored that he helped write and compose many of the movie's musical numbers, going uncredited to avoid potential backlash.
** In traditional Disney fashion, there is a scene during the opening credits sweep of Anne Frank's home town where an orange tabby cat is visible that looks almost identical to Oliver. There's even an allude allusion to a (then) future Disney film, ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', where a clock in the background of Olga's office looks a lot like Cogsworth.
*** The the old gypsy in the beginning also looks a lot like an older, gray-haired Clopin from Disney's ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'', although he's more pointy and sinister looking sinister-looking here.



** Michael Eisner in a split second cameo at the end as an unnamed character in the background saying "somebody ought to make a movie about this".
** And Leni Riefenstahl (producer of Nazi-Propaganda movies) showed up in one comedic scene, voiced by herself.

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** Michael Eisner in a split second split-second cameo at the end as an unnamed character in the background saying "somebody ought to make a movie about this".
** And Leni **Leni Riefenstahl (producer of Nazi-Propaganda movies) showed up in one comedic scene, voiced by herself.



* CanonDiscontinuity: Not listed in the official films by Disney. Reportedly, they even asked that this site not list it on our own Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon page. In fact, when Disney included the original trailer of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' among that movie's laserdisc bonus features, they had Mark Elliot redub part of it, so that it would refer to ''The Little Mermaid'' as movie #28, instead of #29. Nowadays that seems like the only version of the trailer they'll let the public see.
* CartoonBomb: Thrown by Sgt. Olga to take out Anne and Peter at their second encounter; Miep jumps in front of Anne at the last second and throws it back to Olga, giving her and Ludvig [[AshFace Ash Faces]], and allowing Anne and Peter to escape into a nearby building for more hijinx (see Paper Thin Disguise).
* CatchPhrase: "Allright men, this is it... TIME TO CLEAN OUT THE ATTIC!"
* CatsAreMean: Petr's cat, Mouschi, tries to eat Miep, until Anne convinces them they should learn to get along.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: Not listed in the official films by Disney. Reportedly, they even asked that this site not list it on our own Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon page. In fact, when Disney included the original trailer of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' among that movie's laserdisc bonus features, they had Mark Elliot redub part of it, so that it would refer to ''The Little Mermaid'' as movie #28, instead of #29. Nowadays that it seems like that's the only version of the trailer they'll let the public see.
* CartoonBomb: Thrown by Sgt. Olga to take out Anne and Peter at during their second encounter; Miep jumps in front of Anne at the last second and throws it back to Olga, giving her and Ludvig [[AshFace Ash Faces]], and allowing Anne and Peter to escape into a nearby building for more hijinx (see Paper Thin Disguise).
PaperThinDisguise).
* CatchPhrase: "Allright "Alright, men, this is it... TIME TO CLEAN OUT THE ATTIC!"
* CatsAreMean: Petr's Peter's cat, Mouschi, tries to eat Miep, until Anne convinces them they should learn to get along.



* ChekhovsGun: An Auschiwtz guard literally named Chekov is shown to often forget his gun at the guard common room. In the climax, Chekov forgets his gun once again, allowing him and his commanding officer to get eaten as well as letting Anne obtain a weapon to fight off the zombies.

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* ChekhovsGun: An Auschiwtz guard literally named Chekov Chekhov is shown to often forget his gun at the guard common room. In the climax, Chekov Chekhov forgets his gun once again, allowing him and his commanding officer to get eaten as well as letting Anne obtain a weapon to fight off the zombies.



** The fact that Sgt Olga and Josef Mengele marry. He already had a wife called Irene Schöbein, which doesn't appear in the movie...

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** The fact that Sgt Olga and Josef Mengele marry. He already had a wife called Irene Schöbein, which who doesn't appear in the movie...



** Anne's trip through the concentration camp, when bleeding to death. The music becomes minimal, the imagery becomes trippy all for it to suddenly become lighter and lighter when a hideous winged figure dances around Anne. The sequence ends with the beautiful, angel-like spirit of the fallen Marie-Rose appears to encourage Anne to live (and vice versa; see Crowning Moment of Heartwarming).
** Josef Mengele's "Dance of the Grateful Flesh" is brief, but the psychedelic lights and the singing deformed victims must definitely invoke this.

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** Anne's trip through the concentration camp, when bleeding to death. The music becomes minimal, the imagery becomes trippy trippy...all for it to suddenly become lighter and lighter when a hideous winged figure dances around Anne. The sequence ends with the beautiful, angel-like spirit of the fallen Marie-Rose appears appearing to encourage Anne to live (and vice versa; see Crowning Moment of Heartwarming).
** Josef Mengele's "Dance of the Grateful Flesh" is brief, but the psychedelic lights and the singing deformed victims must singing definitely invoke this.



** When Marie-Rose Blanche dies, she gives a big long final speech to Lorenz. She winds up coming BackFromTheDead, however.

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** When Marie-Rose Blanche dies, she gives a big long big, long, final speech to Lorenz. She winds up coming BackFromTheDead, however.



* Franchise/DisneyPrincess: Although not even considered for that line, {{Urban Legend}}s still persist that one can see Anne's outline in some of TheMerch. She is however seen in a princess-like dress during the liberation from Auschwitz made from the blue striped pajamas.
* DisneyVillainDeath: Subverted. The scene where Ludvig pushes Olga off the tower is shot like one, but Olga survives it. However, see DraggedOffToHell below. Josef Mengele, on the other hand, is shot while flying 2,000 meters in the sky, so you can imagine how his demise was.
* DoesNotLikeShoes: Anne. Her father says that everyone must go barefoot in the attic so no-one will hear them. Not only does Anne gleefully take her shoes off and leave them off for the rest of the film, she also holds her bare foot up toward the camera and wiggles her toes. Rumor has it that scene was traced over for Ariel's discovery of her feet in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.

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* Franchise/DisneyPrincess: Although not even considered for that line, {{Urban Legend}}s still persist that one can see Anne's outline in some of TheMerch. She is however seen in a princess-like dress during the liberation from Auschwitz made from the blue striped blue-striped pajamas.
* DisneyVillainDeath: Subverted. The scene where Ludvig pushes Olga off the tower is shot like one, but Olga survives it. However, see DraggedOffToHell below. Josef
**Josef
Mengele, on the other hand, is shot while flying 2,000 meters in the sky, so you can imagine how likely his demise was.
* DoesNotLikeShoes: Anne. Her father says that everyone must go barefoot in the attic so no-one no one will hear them. Not only does Anne gleefully take her shoes off and leave them off for the rest of the film, she also holds her bare foot up toward the camera and wiggles her toes. Rumor has it that scene was traced over for Ariel's discovery of her feet in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.


* AllStarCast: Creator/TomCruise, Music/Madonna, Bob Hope, and Jason Alexander just to name a few.

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* AllStarCast: Creator/TomCruise, Music/Madonna, Music/{{Madonna}}, Bob Hope, and Jason Alexander just to name a few.

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* AGodAmI: Josef Mengele plans to become the "Great Archangel of Humanity," essentially becoming this as he would be worshiped by everyone.


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* AllStarCast: Creator/TomCruise, Music/Madonna, Bob Hope, and Jason Alexander just to name a few.


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** When Miep tries to cheer up Anne when her birthday turned out to be very disappointing, he leads into a big band musical number with a DisneyAcidSequence going on in the background. The whole thing is loud and bombastic to make anne Happy and flies directly into the face of the fact that at the start of the movie, Anne's father [b]clearly[/b] stated that they had to try to be as quiet as possible.


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*ButWaitTheresMore: Disney, prior to the film's release, developed a plan for a sequel that would focus on Anne's fictional daughter Anya as she searches for her lost younger brother Claus in Cold War-era Berlin, while Stalin's right-hand man Colonel Polov Vlagavich tries to catch her; However due to the severely disappointing reaction to the film by critics and audience members, production was quickly ended and the animated sequences that were completed were retrofitted into other Disney works.


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* CriticalResearchFailure: Which, in itself, is a symptom of Disneyfication (see below)
** Sgt Olga drives a car that closely resembles a Jaguar XK 120, which in addition to being a British car, was not produced until 1948.
** Even though a young Will Smith's voice cameo provided a small Moment Of Awesome, not only did Jackie Robinson not become a Brooklyn Dodger until 1947, why would he even be in Amsterdam?
** Putting aside the WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief required for a small egret to wear heels, a pearl necklace, and an evening gown, said evening gown reflects the Christian Dior "New Look" of long, full skirts, which wasn't introduced until 1948.
** One of the Nazis is referred to as Ernst Rohm who Hitler had actually had murdered in 1934 during the Night of the Long Knives.
** The fact that Sgt Olga and Josef Mengele marry. He already had a wife called Irene Schöbein, which doesn't appear in the movie...


* AlanSmithee: The movie went through several directors during development and filming with all of them ultimately deciding to abandon the project which explains the film's uneven pacing and tones at points. Among the directors that worked on this project were Creator/TimBurton (who left to work on ''Film/{{Batman}}''), Creator/JerryLewis, and Creator/MelBrooks.

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* AlanSmithee: The movie went through several directors during development and filming with all of them ultimately deciding to abandon the project which explains the film's uneven pacing and tones at points. Among the directors that worked on this project were Creator/TimBurton (who left to work on ''Film/{{Batman}}''), ''Film/{{Batman|1989}}''), Creator/JerryLewis, and Creator/MelBrooks.


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* [[Funny/DisneysAnneFrank Funny moments]]
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* [[NightmareFuel/DisneysAnneFrank Nightmare Fuel]]
* [[WMG/DisneysAnneFrank Wild Mass Guessing]]
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* {{Expy}}: Olga has a pair of contacts in Brussels, Belgium that she communicate with twice during the movie; a [[Literature/HerculePoirot portly, mustachioed gentleman]] and a [[Franchise/{{Tintin}} boy with a white dog.]]

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* {{Expy}}: Olga has a pair of contacts in Brussels, Belgium that she communicate communicates with twice during the movie; a [[Literature/HerculePoirot portly, mustachioed gentleman]] and a [[Franchise/{{Tintin}} boy with a white dog.]]

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*** The the old gypsy in the beginning also looks a lot like an older, gray-haired Clopin from Disney's ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'', although he's more pointy and sinister looking here.


* BalloonBelly: During her VillainSong in a beer hall, Sgt. Olga enthusiastically guzzles down bigger and bigger mugs throughout, resulting in a huge one of these by the end.

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During her VillainSong in a beer hall, Sgt. Olga enthusiastically guzzles down bigger and bigger mugs throughout, resulting in a huge one of these by the end.


** Anne gets one after stuffing herself after the initial escape from Auschwitz. To be fair, she ''had'' been starved.

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** Anne gets one after stuffing from gorging herself after the initial escape from Auschwitz. To be fair, she ''had'' been starved.

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** Anne gets one after stuffing herself after the initial escape from Auschwitz. To be fair, she ''had'' been starved.

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