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White-Haired Pretty Boy was renamed to White Hair, Black Heart. It's not clear if he fits the trope or not.
He doesn't. He's a white-haired Pretty Boy, but despite being a vampire the hair color doesn't indicate any black heart.
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I take issue with this particular bit: "(Indeed, the American producers fired Jim Steinman from the project for protesting their Executive Meddling.)" Sure, that's the way Jim tells it (though his initial story was that he quit, if you read stories in the New York Post around the time of DOTV's closing), but without saying Jim's name, Michael Kunze seems to be fairly certain Jim was at least partially to blame: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SMEXLTPOc8. I know there's not exactly a diplomatic way to put it, but maybe we could change the wording on this a bit?
To be fair, in the same video clip, Kunze does blame himself (and Michael Crawford) as well; he only showed up at a time when nothing could be changed for the better, and Crawford did try to get the best bits as the star of the show. But Steinman is not innocent, by a long shot, and anyone who was there at the time can attest to that.
I'm thinking about dividing the present-tropes section into two parts - the German/other languages production, and the Broadway production. There are a lot of tropes completely new in the English version, and it would be cleaner to keep them distinct from the other productions. Naturally, tropes in both versions would stay in the "original" version section.
If no one objects, I will start it soon.
Any particular feelings about this?
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How well does it match the trope?