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* CrossDressingVoices: In the earliest shorts, both chipmunks were voiced by various (uncredited) female members of the office staff at Disney, with the exception of "Two Chips and a Miss", where they were both voiced by men. In modern-day appearances, Chip is voiced by Creator/TressMacNeille while Dale os voiced by Creator/CoreyBurton ([=MacNeille=] also takes over for Burton when he's not available).
* TalkingToHimself: Again, sometimes Creator/TressMacNeille voices both chipmunks.

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* CrossDressingVoices: In the earliest shorts, both chipmunks were voiced by various (uncredited) female members of the office staff at Disney, with the exception of "Two Chips and a Miss", where they were both voiced by men. In modern-day appearances, Chip is voiced by Creator/TressMacNeille while Dale os is voiced by Creator/CoreyBurton ([=MacNeille=] also takes over for Burton when he's not available).
* TalkingToHimself: Again, sometimes Creator/TressMacNeille voices As mentioned above, on the rare occasion Creator/CoreyBurton isn't available to play Dale, both chipmunks.chipmunks will be voiced by Creator/TressMacNeille.


* CrossDressingVoices: In the earliest shorts, both chipmunks were voiced by various (uncredited) female members of the office staff at Disney, with the exception of "Two Chips and a Miss", where they were both voiced by men. In modern-day appearances, Chip is voiced by Creator/TressMacNeille. She also voiced Dale on occasions when they couldn't hire Creator/CoreyBurton, Dale's current voice actor, for something.

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* CrossDressingVoices: In the earliest shorts, both chipmunks were voiced by various (uncredited) female members of the office staff at Disney, with the exception of "Two Chips and a Miss", where they were both voiced by men. In modern-day appearances, Chip is voiced by Creator/TressMacNeille. She also Creator/TressMacNeille while Dale os voiced Dale on occasions by Creator/CoreyBurton ([=MacNeille=] also takes over for Burton when they couldn't hire Creator/CoreyBurton, Dale's current voice actor, for something.he's not available).


* CrossDressingVoices: In the earliest shorts, both chipmunks were voiced by various (uncredited) female members of the office staff at Disney. In modern-day appearances, Chip is voiced by Creator/TressMacNeille. She also voiced Dale on occasions when they couldn't hire Creator/CoreyBurton, Dale's current voice actor, for something.

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* CrossDressingVoices: In the earliest shorts, both chipmunks were voiced by various (uncredited) female members of the office staff at Disney.Disney, with the exception of "Two Chips and a Miss", where they were both voiced by men. In modern-day appearances, Chip is voiced by Creator/TressMacNeille. She also voiced Dale on occasions when they couldn't hire Creator/CoreyBurton, Dale's current voice actor, for something.

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* TalkingToHimself: Again, sometimes Creator/TressMacNeille voices both chipmunks.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Chip and Dale's three solo shorts that did not pair them up with Donald or Pluto were some of the rare Disney shorts not to be released on the otherwise fairly thorough Disney Treasures sets. Two of these, "Two Chips and a Miss" and "Chicken in the Rough" were put on one of the Cartoon Classics DVD releases, but the third, "The Lone Chipmunks" has never seen a DVD release to this day.
** It's actually a bonus feature on a DVD of ''Film/DavyCrockett'' movies.


* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Chip and Dale are very popular in Japan. [[UnexpectedCharacter So much so that even Clarice]] from "Two Chips And A Miss" became a meetable character in the parks starting in Tokyo Disney Resort as a result of their popularity in Japan.


* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Chip and Dale are very popular in Japan. [[UnexpectedCharacter So much so that even Clarice]] from "Two Chips And A Miss" became a meetable character in the parks starting in Tokyo Disney Resort as a result of their popularity in Japan.

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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Chip and Dale are very popular in Japan. [[UnexpectedCharacter So much so that even Clarice]] from "Two Chips And A Miss" became a meetable character in the parks starting in Tokyo Disney Resort as a result of their popularity in Japan.Japan.
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* CrossDressingVoices: In the earliest shorts, both chipmunks were voiced by various (uncredited) female members of the office staff at Disney. In modern-day appearances, Chip is voiced by Tress [=MacNeille=]. She also voiced Dale on occasions when they couldn't hire Corey Burton, Dale's current voice actor, for something.

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* CrossDressingVoices: In the earliest shorts, both chipmunks were voiced by various (uncredited) female members of the office staff at Disney. In modern-day appearances, Chip is voiced by Tress [=MacNeille=]. Creator/TressMacNeille. She also voiced Dale on occasions when they couldn't hire Corey Burton, Creator/CoreyBurton, Dale's current voice actor, for something.



* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Chip and Dale are very popular in Japan. [[UnexpectedCharacter So much so that even Clarice]] from "Two Chips And A Miss" became a meetable characters in the parks starting in Tokyo Disney Resort as a result of their popularity in Japan.

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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Chip and Dale are very popular in Japan. [[UnexpectedCharacter So much so that even Clarice]] from "Two Chips And A Miss" became a meetable characters character in the parks starting in Tokyo Disney Resort as a result of their popularity in Japan.

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** It's actually a bonus feature on a DVD of ''Film/DavyCrockett'' movies.


* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Chip and Dale are very popular in Japan!

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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Chip and Dale are very popular in Japan!Japan. [[UnexpectedCharacter So much so that even Clarice]] from "Two Chips And A Miss" became a meetable characters in the parks starting in Tokyo Disney Resort as a result of their popularity in Japan.

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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Chip and Dale are very popular in Japan!

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Chip and Dale's three solo shorts that did not pair them up with Donald or Pluto were some of the rare Disney shorts not to be released on the otherwise fairly thorough Disney Treasures sets. Two of these, "Two Chips and a Miss" and "Chicken in the Rough" were put on one of the Cartoon Classics DVD releases, but the third, "The Lone Chipmunks" has never seen a DVD release to this day.

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* CrossDressingVoices: In the earliest shorts, both chipmunks were voiced by various (uncredited) female members of the office staff at Disney. In modern-day appearances, Chip is voiced by Tress [=MacNeille=]. She also voiced Dale on occasions when they couldn't hire Corey Burton, Dale's current voice actor, for something.

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