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* RobotGirl: The villain of the second book has a bunch of clockwork serving girls made for her to tell the time with.

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* RobotGirl: The villain of the second book has a bunch of clockwork serving girls made for her likes to tell the time with.with her maid-servants curtseying - but the girls she hires can't take the strain of standing in place for hours on end. So she has clockwork servants made instead.


The series inspired the Disney films ''Disney/TheRescuers'' and ''TheRescuersDownUnder''.

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The series inspired the Disney films ''Disney/TheRescuers'' and ''TheRescuersDownUnder''.
''Disney/TheRescuersDownUnder''.


* RobotGirl: The villain of the second book has a bunch of clockwork girls made.

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* RobotGirl: The villain of the second book has a bunch of clockwork serving girls made.made for her to tell the time with.


* TheMiddleAges: While the Disney films have a fairly contemporary, [[CulturalTranslation Americanized]] setting, the original books deal with prisoners, dungeons, castles, palaces, etc.


* PrettyInMink: Miss Bianca has a fur cape in the books.


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* PrettyInMink: Miss Bianca has a fur cape in the books.

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* ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks: In ''The Rescuers'', it is Bernard's desperate, last ditch throwing of his dagger that causes the villain to lose his grip on the ladder, leading to his ultimate defeat.


''The Rescuers'' is a series of children's novels by Margery Sharp.

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''The Rescuers'' is a series of children's novels written by Margery Sharp.
Sharp and illustrated by Garth Williams.

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* PolarBearsAndPenguins: ''Miss Bianca in the Antarctic'' features polar bears -- who explain that they're visiting from the Arctic on a cultural exchange program.


* TheMiddleAges: While the Disney films have a fairly contemporary, [[{{Americanization}} Americanized]] setting, the original books deal with prisoners, dungeons, castles, palaces, etc.

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* TheMiddleAges: While the Disney films have a fairly contemporary, [[{{Americanization}} [[CulturalTranslation Americanized]] setting, the original books deal with prisoners, dungeons, castles, palaces, etc.

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