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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: [[spoiler:The seamless blending of 2D and 3D animation.]]

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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome: [[spoiler:The seamless blending of 2D and 3D animation.]]


* BizarroEpisode

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* BizarroEpisodeBizarroEpisode: Quite weird, to say the least.


*** [[spoiler:He's only ever seen things in black and white. He never knew his pants were actually red, and assumed they were white all along.]]

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*** [[spoiler:He's [[spoiler:People can know about other colours but not see them regularly. Since he's only ever seen things in black and white. white, He never knew his pants were actually red, and assumed they were white all along.]]

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*** [[spoiler:He's only ever seen things in black and white. He never knew his pants were actually red, and assumed they were white all along.]]

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** [[spoiler:How does Mickey know about the color red if he's lived in a black and white world all his life?]]


* BrokenBase: Many critics and fans gave it a very positive reception, citing it as a creative premise with some of Disney's best animation in the current era, but others dislike it for [[spoiler:containing CGI and not being a straightforward black-and-white throwback.]]

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* BrokenBase: Many critics and fans gave it a very positive reception, citing it as a creative premise with some of Disney's best animation in the current era, but others dislike it for [[spoiler:containing CGI and not being a straightforward black-and-white throwback.throwback, or alternately for not copying the black-and-white style well enough.]]

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* AccidentalInnuendo: The scene where Pete's "line of sight" droops upon sighting Clarabelle has been [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything seen as something else]] when according to WordOfGod it was meant to be subtle foreshadowing as the music briefly stops for a moment.


* AwardSnub: A daring fusion of old and new animation, that plays havoc with the fourth wall and functions as both a love letter to Disney of yore and as a compelling adventure -- and it lost to ''M. Hublot,'' a sweet-but-conventional French animated short.

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* AwardSnub: A daring fusion of old and new animation, that plays havoc with the fourth wall and functions as both a love letter to Disney of yore and as a compelling adventure -- and it lost to ''M.''Mr. Hublot,'' a sweet-but-conventional French animated short.


* FridgeLogic: [[spoiler:Very few modern theaters has curtains and a stage in front of the screen. Namely, the themed ones and relatively old theaters built as late as 1990s still have, at very least, curtains. The newer ones that have been retrofitted for [=THX=] audio and 3D movies, however, usually ''don't'', usually to meet the [=THX=] requirements.]]

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* FridgeLogic: [[spoiler:Very few modern theaters has have curtains and a stage in front of the screen. Namely, the themed ones and relatively old theaters built as late as 1990s still have, at very least, curtains. The newer ones that have been retrofitted for [=THX=] audio and 3D movies, however, usually ''don't'', usually to meet the [=THX=] requirements.]]


* NoExportForYou: For some reason, the short is absent from the 3D Frozen blu-ray discs issued in some countries (notably, the Malaysian issue of the Frozen 3D Blu-Ray). The option is there in the menu, but selecting it causes the player to go berserk and drop you in a random point in the feature movie instead, indicating that the short was hastily removed from the disc but the menu structure was not updated.

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* AwardSnub: A daring fusion of old and new animation, that plays havoc with the fourth wall and functions as both a love letter to Disney of yore and as a compelling adventure -- and it lost to ''M. Hublot,'' a sweet-but-conventional French animated short.


* NoExportForYou: For some reason, the short is absent from the 3D Frozen blu-ray discs issued in some countries (notably, the Malaysian issue of the Frozen 3D Blu-Ray). The option is there in the menu, but selecting it causes the player to go berserk and drop you in a random point in the movie instead, indicating that the short was hastily removed from the disc but the menu structure was not updated.

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* NoExportForYou: For some reason, the short is absent from the 3D Frozen blu-ray discs issued in some countries (notably, the Malaysian issue of the Frozen 3D Blu-Ray). The option is there in the menu, but selecting it causes the player to go berserk and drop you in a random point in the feature movie instead, indicating that the short was hastily removed from the disc but the menu structure was not updated.


* FridgeLogic: [[spoiler:Very few modern theaters has curtains and a stage in front of the screen. Namely, the themed ones and relatively old theaters built as late as 1990s still have, at very least, curtains. The newer ones that have been retrofitted for [=THX=] audio and 3D movies, however, usually ''don't''.]]

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* FridgeLogic: [[spoiler:Very few modern theaters has curtains and a stage in front of the screen. Namely, the themed ones and relatively old theaters built as late as 1990s still have, at very least, curtains. The newer ones that have been retrofitted for [=THX=] audio and 3D movies, however, usually ''don't''.''don't'', usually to meet the [=THX=] requirements.]]


* FridgeLogic: [[spoiler:What modern theater has curtains and a stage in front of the screen?]]

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* FridgeLogic: [[spoiler:What [[spoiler:Very few modern theater theaters has curtains and a stage in front of the screen?]]screen. Namely, the themed ones and relatively old theaters built as late as 1990s still have, at very least, curtains. The newer ones that have been retrofitted for [=THX=] audio and 3D movies, however, usually ''don't''.]]


* NoExportForYou: For some reason, the short is absent from the 3D Frozen blu-ray discs issued in some countries (notably, the Malaysian issue of the Frozen 3D Blu-Ray). The option is there in the menu, but selecting it causes the player to go berserk and drop you in a random point in the movie instead, indicating that the short is hastily removed from the disc but the menu structure was not updated.

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* NoExportForYou: For some reason, the short is absent from the 3D Frozen blu-ray discs issued in some countries (notably, the Malaysian issue of the Frozen 3D Blu-Ray). The option is there in the menu, but selecting it causes the player to go berserk and drop you in a random point in the movie instead, indicating that the short is was hastily removed from the disc but the menu structure was not updated.

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