Controversial Trivia of Cartoon Characters
Controversial Trivia of Cartoon Characters
1. Controversial Trivia of Cartoon Characters
Lets talk about 80s and 90s, an era loaded with Super Mario, Yoyo, pile of Cassettes and landlines. Those of us who were kids during that period grew up with Tom & Jerry, Mickey and Friends or Donald. We know the value of the only entertainment that was available for kids back then, other than indoor or outdoor games and general activities. Most of us always came from school as a toddler and waited for Aladdin to come on his magic carpet on that black and white box. At that time, many countries telecast the famous cartoons like Mickey Mouse and Club House, HeMan and lots of hot cake cartoon programs in their Local languages. The amazing Nana Patekar behind Sher Khan for the Mowgli telecast on Doordarshan in India is still a sensation on YouTube. But, when we all grew up indulging ourselves more into this cartoon world and jumped deep inside cartoons to recall our childhood attachments in their original versions, many of us must have found something hilarious. Not everything in that universe is always as innocent as it supposed to be
2. Donald Duck
Der Fuehrers Faceaka Donald Duck in Nutzi Landwon Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 15th Academy Awards Directed by Jack Kinney under Walt Disney Productions and released in 1943 by RKO Radio Pictures, it is the only Donald Duck film to receive an Academy Award till now. The film contains Wallaces original song, Der Fuehrers Facewhich was actually released earlier by Spike Jones. Even the clouds and trees are shaped as swastikas in the movie to portray Hitlers intensity on Germany at that time. In one scene of that movie, Donald faces and Hailsthe portraits of the FuehrerAdolf Hitler before arriving at the factorys bayonetpoint, to starts his 48hour daily shift screwing caps onto artillery shells in an assembly line. The same film also featured Donald getting motivated while reading Mein Kampf and wearing Nazi band in his hand. In another scene, in Donalds nightmare, he sees the shadow of a figure holding its right hand up in the form of a Nazi salute. He begins to do so himself until he realizes that it is the shadow of a miniature of Statue of Liberty. While being proud of his United States citizenship, he embraces the statue. The movie gets more controversial when it ends with two sets of Hailsand a tomato is thrown at a caricature of Hitlers angry face and forms the words The End.
Aladdin is a Middle Eastern folk tale from The Arabian Nights successfully adapted by Walt Disney Pictures in cartoon back in 1992. This amazing series of three movies and tv series directed by John Musker and Ron Clements showcased Scott Weinger as Aladdin and Robin Williams as The Genie. Disney successfully supported homosexuality 20 years back in a twisted way with a scene from the movie where Aladdin almost drowns after being kidnapped and dropped into the sea by Jafars goons. Genie saves his master and says out of genuine affection for Aladdin, Im getting pretty fond of you, kid,and later adds, Not that I want to pick out curtains, or anything.Later, in the movie Aladdin and the King of Thieves, Aladdin establishes himself as a fatherly character. That movie contains a hilarious reaction from Genie during Aladdin and Jasmines wedding sequence. Theres an earthquake, to which Genie reacts while muttering I thought the Earth wasnt supposed to move until the honeymoon.
4. Toy Story
The unforgettable 1995 animated adventure film, produced by Pixar and directed by John Lasseter is still a must watch for any kid. it was distributed solely by Walt Disney Pictures. Tom Hanks gave voice for Woody the plastic cowboy while Tim Allen amused us as space ranger Buzz Lightyear. But, it has also got a character for adults in a twisted way. Do you remember that toy with bare legs and a hooker replacing her upper body? Yes, you got it right; there is a hooker in childrens film for adult entertainment for those toys. As an interesting fact, we can see that while Woody is a regular toy, his mouth alternates between closed and smiling to partially open. Moreover, theres a part of the splendid Pixar sequel Toy Story 2 in which Star Command space ranger Buzz Lightyear gets the toy equivalent of an erection. During the scene where Buzz is introduced to cowgirl Jessie when shes just leaping around Andys room, Buzz stares at her while his eyes pops out due to excitement. And suddenly, his wings pop up and start flashing. There is no better way to show the plastic toys getting ?turned on than this.
5. Dexters Laboratory
This thickaccented little science prodigy is a marvelous gift for children by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. The same fellow that Star Wars creator George Lucas hired to direct Star Wars: Clone Wars. After it premiered on April 28, 1996 by 1999 it has telecast 52 episodes including a television movie. This concoction of tech and science for kids was not always as decent as it apparently seems. The fact is that Dexters Rude Removalis the name of the episode which Cartoon Network refused to air due to the characters swearing. Later, Cartoon Networks late night program, Adult Swim, eventually uploaded it on YouTube and got 500,000 views within 24 hours. Later, Dial M for Monkey: Barbequorepisode featured Silver Spooner, a spoof of the Silver Surfer from Marvel Universe, which was perceived by Cartoon Network as a stereotype of gay men. In Nuclear Confusionepisode, while Dexter searched for the third clue by Dee Dee and went to Neighbor Ladys house, that lady bent over to pick up a cookie she dropped onto the floor and he sees ?Dads Trophy written across her buttocks on those purple pants.
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