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* OrphanedReference: The film has several instances of what supposed to be {{Title Drop}}s of the original title "''Cheap!''"

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* OrphanedReference: The film has several instances of what were supposed to be {{Title Drop}}s of the original title "''Cheap!''"


* ExecutiveMeddling: As noted below, Roger Corman forced the film's name to be changed from "Cheap!", because he didn't find the idea of calling the movie [[TakeThat "Roger Corman's Cheap"]] to be all that funny.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: As noted below, Roger Corman forced the film's name to be changed from "Cheap!", because he didn't find the idea of calling the movie [[TakeThat "Roger Corman's Cheap"]] Cheap!"]] to be all that funny.


* OrphanedReference: The film has several instances of what supposed to be TitleDrops of the original title "''Cheap!''"

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* OrphanedReference: The film has several instances of what supposed to be TitleDrops {{Title Drop}}s of the original title "''Cheap!''"

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* OrphanedReference: The film has several instances of what supposed to be TitleDrops of the original title "''Cheap!''"

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* DescendedCreator: Along with serving as the film's co-writers and co-composers, Howard Kaylan and Mark Volman also provided the voices of the main characters.
** Co-producer Jerry D. Good is credited in the movie as the voice of the "Transvestite Fag" character.

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* NoBudget: The film was produced for $110,000 with [[AttentionDeficitCreatorDisorder much of the animation being done by director and co-writer]] Charles Swenson.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The film was original going to be called ''Cheap!'', and would have been advertised as ''Roger Corman's Cheap!'' in theatrical syndication. Corman, who was uncredited as a producer for the film, objected to the title, feeling that it was a harsh TakeThat towards his filmmaking techniques, and the film was promptly retitled. References to the original title are scattered throughout the film, to the point that the references could become jarring for anyone unfamiliar with the original title.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The film was original originally going to be called ''Cheap!'', and would have been advertised as ''Roger Corman's Cheap!'' in theatrical syndication. Corman, who was uncredited as a producer for the film, objected to the title, feeling that it was a harsh TakeThat towards his filmmaking techniques, and the film was promptly retitled. References to the original title are scattered throughout the film, to the point that the references could become jarring for anyone unfamiliar with the original title.


* ExecutiveMeddling: As noted below, Roger Corman forced the film's name to be changed from "Cheap", because he didn't find the idea of calling the movie [[TakeThat "Roger Corman's Cheap"]] to be all that funny.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: As noted below, Roger Corman forced the film's name to be changed from "Cheap", "Cheap!", because he didn't find the idea of calling the movie [[TakeThat "Roger Corman's Cheap"]] to be all that funny.


* ExecutiveMeddling: As noted below, Roger Corman forced the film's name to be changed from "Cheap", because he didn't find the idea of calling the movie [[TakeThat "Roger Corman's Cheap"]] to be all that funny.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The film was original going to be called ''Cheap!'', and would have been advertised as ''Roger Corman's Cheap!'' in theatrical syndication. Corman, who was uncredited as a producer for the film, objected to the title, feeling that it was a harsh TakeThat towards his filmmaking techniques, and the film was promptly retitled. References to the original title are scattered throughout the film, to the point that the references could become jarring for anyone unfamiliar with the original title.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The film was original going to be called ''Cheap!'', and would have been advertised as ''Roger Corman's Cheap!'' in theatrical syndication. Corman, who was uncredited as a producer for the film, objected to the title, feeling that it was a harsh TakeThat towards his filmmaking techniques, and the film was promptly retitled. References to the original title are scattered throughout the film, to the point that the references could become jarring for anyone unfamiliar with the original title.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: It was released on DVD in 2001 and has since gone out of print.


* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The film heavily signifies the drug, exploitation, rock and underground comicbook movements of TheSeventies, to the point of exaggeration. The amount of shout outs to the specific decade it came out in is remarkable.

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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The film heavily signifies the drug, exploitation, rock and underground comicbook movements of TheSeventies, to the point of exaggeration. The amount of shout outs to the specific decade it came out in is remarkable.


* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The film heavily signifies the drug, exploitation, rock and underground comicbook movements of TheSeventies, to the point of exaggeration. The amount of shout outs to the specific decade it came out in is remarkable.



* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The film heavily signifies the drug, exploitation, rock and underground comicbook movements of TheSeventies, to the point of exaggeration. The amount of shout outs to the specific decade it came out in is remarkable.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The film was original going to be called ''Cheap!'', and would have been advertised as ''Roger Corman's Cheap!'' in theatrical syndication. Corman, who was uncredited as a producer for the film, objected to the title, feeling that it was a harsh TakeThat towards his filmmaking techniques, and the film was promptly retitled. References to the original title are scattered throughout the film, to the point that the references could become jarring for anyone unfamiliar with the original title.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The film was original going to be called ''Cheap!'', and would have been advertised as ''Roger Corman's Cheap!'' in theatrical syndication. Corman, who was uncredited as a producer for the film, objected to the title, feeling that it was a harsh TakeThat towards his filmmaking techniques, and the film was promptly retitled. References to the original title are scattered throughout the film, to the point that the references could become jarring for anyone unfamiliar with the original title.title.
* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The film heavily signifies the drug, exploitation, rock and underground comicbook movements of TheSeventies, to the point of exaggeration. The amount of shout outs to the specific decade it came out in is remarkable.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The film was original going to be called ''Cheap!'', and would have been advertised as ''Roger Corman's Cheap!'' in theatrical syndication. Corman, who was uncredited as a producer for the film, objected to the title, feeling that it was a harsh TakeThat towards his filmmaking techniques, and the film was promptly retitled. References to the original title are scattered throughout the film, to the point that the references could become jarring for anyone unfamiliar with the original title.

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* ActorAllusion: Willard asks the duck how he became a duck, to which it replies: ''"Well, I was a turtle for a while, but that wasn't going anywhere. Then my mother gave me the chance to be a duck, and I sort of flowed from there."'' Kaylan and Volman were members of The Turtles and later became members of Music/FrankZappa's Mothers of Invention. During the scene, Zappa's head rises in the horizon like the sun.

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