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* CreatorBacklash: Terry Deary has disassociated himself from this series, saying his experience with American TV production was "very negative".


''Horrible Histories'' is an animated series based off [[Literature/HorribleHistories the book series of the same name]], running from 2000 to 2002. it was devised by Creator/{{ABC}} for American television, but based on some very British books for children. British viewers more familiar with the live-action TV show have expressed bafflement as to why the cartoon version is all in American accents.[[note]]It was dubbed into British accents for its run on Creator/{{ITV}}, but where the show is currently available it only apppears in the original American-accented format.[[/note]]

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''Horrible Histories'' is an animated series based off [[Literature/HorribleHistories the book series of the same name]], running from 2000 to 2002. it was devised by Creator/{{ABC}} for American television, but based on some very British books for children. British viewers more familiar with [[Series/HorribleHistories the live-action TV show show]] have expressed bafflement as to why the cartoon version is all in American accents.[[note]]It was dubbed into British accents for its run on Creator/{{ITV}}, but where the show is currently available it only apppears in the original American-accented format.[[/note]]


''Horrible Histories'' is an animated series based off [[Literature/HorribleHistories the book series of the same name]], running from 2000 to 2002. it was devised by Creator/{{ABC}} for American television, but based on some very British books for children. British viewers more familiar with the live-action TV show have expressed bafflement as to why the cartoon version is all in American accents.

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''Horrible Histories'' is an animated series based off [[Literature/HorribleHistories the book series of the same name]], running from 2000 to 2002. it was devised by Creator/{{ABC}} for American television, but based on some very British books for children. British viewers more familiar with the live-action TV show have expressed bafflement as to why the cartoon version is all in American accents. [[note]]It was dubbed into British accents for its run on Creator/{{ITV}}, but where the show is currently available it only apppears in the original American-accented format.[[/note]]


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* CreatorBacklash: Terry Deary has disassociated himself from this series, saying his experience with American TV production was "very negative".


''Horrible Histories'' is an animated series based off [[Literature/HorribleHistories the book series of the same name]], running from 2000 to 2002.

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''Horrible Histories'' is an animated series based off [[Literature/HorribleHistories the book series of the same name]], running from 2000 to 2002. it was devised by Creator/{{ABC}} for American television, but based on some very British books for children. British viewers more familiar with the live-action TV show have expressed bafflement as to why the cartoon version is all in American accents.


* CurseCutShort: Happens with Mo in Royal Pain. Also doubles as Getting Crap Past the Radar.

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* CurseCutShort: Happens with Mo in Royal Pain. Also doubles as Getting Crap Past the Radar.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In the UK redub, narrator says "Get the hell out of here!" in Rotten Romans. However in the original US version, his line was "Let's get outta here! And quick!"
** Mo's Curse Cut Short in Royal Pain can also apply.


* SameLanguageDub: Mo and the narrator were voiced by different actors in the UK, US and Australian versions.

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* SameLanguageDub: Mo When the show made it to the UK, new voice actors replaced Billy West and Cree Summer as the narrator were voiced by different actors in the UK, US and Australian versions.Mo.


''Horrible Histories'' is an animated series based off [[Literature/HorribleHistories the book series of the same name]], running from November 1, 2000 to April 12, 2002.

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''Horrible Histories'' is an animated series based off [[Literature/HorribleHistories the book series of the same name]], running from November 1, 2000 to April 12, 2002.



* BaitAndSwitch: In the Wild West episode, we're led to believe that Stitch ate the horse that was traveling them to California. However, towards the end of the episode, it's revealed that he just ran off.



* ElmuhFuddSyndwome: Mo and the Narrator in the original UK version. In 2003 and 2004, when the show aired in the US, Mo's and the narrator's voices were changed, but everything else was left intact.

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* ElmuhFuddSyndwome: Mo and the Narrator in the original UK version. In 2003 and 2004, when the show aired in the US, Mo's and the narrator's voices were changed, but everything else was left intact.dub.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The narrator says "Get the hell out of here!" in Rotten Romans. However when the episode aired in the US in 2003, his line was edited to say "Let's get outta here! And quick!"

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The In the UK redub, narrator says "Get the hell out of here!" in Rotten Romans. However when the episode aired in the original US in 2003, version, his line was edited to say "Let's get outta here! And quick!"


''Horrible Histories'' is an animated series based off [[Literature/HorribleHistories the book series of the same name]], running from 2001 to 2002.

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''Horrible Histories'' is an animated series based off [[Literature/HorribleHistories the book series of the same name]], running from 2001 November 1, 2000 to April 12, 2002.



* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: Every episode has this title with the exceptions of Royal Pain and Awesome Egyptians, respectively.



* ElmuhFuddSyndwome: Mo in the UK version.

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* CurseCutShort: Happens with Mo in Royal Pain. Also doubles as Getting Crap Past the Radar.
--> Mo: "That King Louis is a Royal Pain in the....."
* ElmuhFuddSyndwome: Mo and the Narrator in the original UK version.version. In 2003 and 2004, when the show aired in the US, Mo's and the narrator's voices were changed, but everything else was left intact.


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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The narrator says "Get the hell out of here!" in Rotten Romans. However when the episode aired in the US in 2003, his line was edited to say "Let's get outta here! And quick!"
** Mo's Curse Cut Short in Royal Pain can also apply.


* LimitedAnimation

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* LimitedAnimationLimitedAnimation: One of the most severe cases of this. Characters move very non-linear and choppily. The ditial ink and paint is the only thing that has you convinced that this show was actually produced from 2000 to 2002.

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* FieldTripToThePast: The entire premise of the series.

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* FieldTripToThePast: The entire premise of the series. In each episode, Stitch and Mo would be transported to a different historical era, which would help them learn a lesson or solve a problem in their everyday lives.

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''Horrible Histories'' is an animated series based off [[Literature/HorribleHistories the book series of the same name]], running from 2001 to 2002.
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!!The Animated Series shows examples of following tropes:
* BreakingTheFourthWall: From the Lewis and Clark's Expedition episode:
--> '''Random Character:''' You guys must be the new CIT's, right?
--> '''Mo:''' What's that, Cartoon's in Time?
* ElmuhFuddSyndwome: Mo in the UK version.
* FieldTripToThePast: The entire premise of the series.
* GirlishPigtails: Mo.
* INeedToGoIronMyDog: Chickening-out version: the animated program featured a smart-mouth jerk attempting to get out of Grecian-style wrestling by claiming to have sprained his oesophagus.
* InteractiveNarrator: The narrator constantly talks to the characters, and appears to be responsible for the time travelling.
* LameExcuse: The animated series featured a smart-mouth jerk attempting to get out of Grecian-style wrestling by claiming to have sprained his oesophagus.
* LimitedAnimation
* MeadowRun: Starts when Mo and Stitch are reunited in the American Revolution episode. [[SubvertedTrope They decide against it at the last second.]]
* RedShirt: A generic man dies in every episode.
* SameLanguageDub: Mo and the narrator were voiced by different actors in the UK, US and Australian versions.
* WheelOFeet: Used in the animated series.
* [[WhoNamesTheirKidDude Who Names Their Kid Stitch?]]
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