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Asked by Todd Ross in Children's TV Shows, Animated TV Series, Decade - 1980s

What are some interesting facts about the 1980s cartoon She-Ra?

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She-Ra’s Origins. The spin-off of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, this show was designed a bit differently than its predecessor. While the first show was based off of the Masters of the Universe toy line by Mattel, She-Ra: Princess of Power was designed in collaboration between the toymaker and Filmation Associates, who animated both shows. She-Ra’s target audience was a young female crowd to compliment the young male viewers of He-Man. However, She-Ra was still designed with toy lovers in mind, as a way to boost the sales of Mattel’s Barbie dolls. The plan actually seems to have worked, as Barbie sales topped $350 million by 1986, about a year after Princess of Power began its syndicated run. Beloved by Both Girls and Boys. Despite the intent to be an aid to Barbie sales, She-Ra was preferred by more kids. In a survey of children, She-Ra was voted “most likely to hold back tears.” Girls liked her assertiveness while Barbie was seen as more passive. And boys liked that She-Ra was smart and strong, while they disliked Barbie for focusing on material things, like her Dream House. Almost on the Big Screen. The titular character was almost featured in the 1987 Dolph Lundgren adaptation Masters of the Universe, but director Gary Goddard decided he would feature She-Ra in the sequels. But of course, the live action series never got its sequel. Hey, that looks familiar! Many shots in She-Ra: Princess of Power were actually recycled from He-Man in order to save money, as Filmation’s animation style operated very much under the mantra of “quantity over quality.” Kids didn’t really notice the reused assets though, so this helped the studio make a lot more money off of the cartoons. And if you recognize certain sound effects, that’s because they reused effects from 1978’s Battlestar: Galactica. Mattel actually purchased a rival, Sheera. This really wasn’t a rival so much as Mattel wanting to make sure they had their bases covered. Barbara Hambly’s fantasy novel, Ladies of Mandrigyn, featured a character named Sheera. There were no real similarities other than the name, but Mattel paid her $25,000 just in case. She Almost Had A Second Career. In 2006, there was some talk of reintroducing the character, but rebranded as a rock star. Fans were outraged at the idea of replacing She-Ra’s sword with a guitar. The idea never went anywhere, but She-Ra has returned into popular culture through the production of Netflix’s She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. Respecting the Character. The series’ writers found that creating action scenes for She-Ra was even more frustrating than with He-Man because not only did they have to minimize the violence, but they also had to contend with what they considered sexist pressure against the idea of a female hero. The titular character design includes a skirt, but it never flies up, despite her acrobatic prowess. An executive producer specifically asked the animation coordinator to make sure that the character’s modesty was kept intact. The Influences Continue. Just like its predecessor’s original concept, She-Ra was heavily influenced by George Lucas’ Star Wars. The cartoon’s major conflict is about the Great Rebellion fighting to free the land of Etheria from Hordak, very similar to the main theme taking place a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. Consider this as well: She-Ra and He-Man are twins, just like the characters of Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia from Star Wars.
Asked by Keira Boyle in Domestic Dogs, Cows and Cattle, Animated TV Series, Disney

Is Goofy a cow or dog?

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Goofy is an anthropomorphic dog. The character, originally named "Dippy Dawg," made his debut in a 1932 cartoon short called Mickey’s Revue. Months later, the same character surfaced in other cartoons looking younger, and by 1934, he was going by the name “Goofy.” In 2012, an internet rumor began circulating stating that Goofy was actually modeled on a breed of Scottish cow, but that has since been discredited. Some of the confusion may stem from the fact that Goofy is sometimes shown as having a romantic interest in the character of Clarabelle Cow. However, the two have notable differences in appearance—Clarabelle is clearly a cow due to her horns, short ears, and pronounced snout, none of which Goofy has. The resemblance between Goofy and Pluto, Mickey Mouse’s dog, is much more apparent.
Asked in Animated TV Series, Humor & Amusement, Shrek, The Smurfs

If you choke a Smurf what color does it turn?

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Drop That Smurf! This question assumes that a smurf requires oxygen to survive, which is a valid assumption considering smurfs fear drowning as much as any normal air-breathing creature does. Furthermore, if smurfs require oxygen, then they must have some kind oxygen-transport molecule in their bloodstream. In vertebrates, this molecule is heme with an iron atom at its center and is what gives blood its red color. Since smurfs appear to be vertebrates, we can assume they also have heme in their blood. Now when a naked-skinned vertebrate is choked, namely humans, their faces turn red because surface capillaries in the skin dilate and blood rushes in. Assuming the same thing happens to smurfs, their faces would turn purple. Believe it or not, this was answered on an episode of the Smurfs, in which one of them threatened to hold his breath until he turned red. But instead he turned a dark purple. They are peaceful creatures, for one you should not choke them. Choking smurfs is illegal. Let's pretend that smurfs are little blue human beings. Human beings turn red at first when you choke them. Red+Blue = Purple. I happen to know from experience, that if you choke a smurf (which you can do), they turn invisible. Its actually a very simple concept if you are intelligent enough to understand it, which, unfortunately, none of you are. I once choked a smurf, but seeing as they don't have any lungs it didn't do anything. I'm sure if you choke a Smurf they would turn white. It Chokes the blue right out of em. Logically, I would say red, but I think it would be sweet if they turned green or orange or something really bright.
Asked in Animated TV Series, Dragon Ball

What episode did Goku meet turtles?

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If you are talking about the turtle from Dragon Ball, (when Goku is a kid) it happens around Episode 5, if I'm right. If you're talking about "Turles," not "Turtle" or "turtles," in the Dragon Ball Z movie "The Tree of Might." He does not appear in the main series.
Asked in Animated TV Series, Fullmetal Alchemist

Is FMA brotherhood sad?

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yes because some notable characters die. For this user, it's downright heartbreaking at times. The series as a whole, however, is not tragic. DIFFERENT PERSON: It is not really sad per say. It has some sad parts, but it is not as a whole, sad. It is awesome, the way they put the plot together.
Asked in Animated TV Series, SpongeBob SquarePants

When did SpongeBob SquarePants debut?

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Spongebob Squarepants debuted on May 1, 1999 with the episode 'Help Wanted'
Asked in Domestic Dogs, Animated TV Series, Cartoons

Who is mighty dog's enemy in the cartoon?

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Did you mean Mighty Manfred the Wonder Dog whose nemesis was Crabby Appleton from the "Tom Terrific" cartoon that was featured on the Captain Kangaroo program back from 1955 until 1984 .
Asked in Animated TV Series, Anime

Is there any good anime or manga like Ah My Goddess?

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Some Anime and Manga like Ah My Goddess: Onegai teacher - Alien milf Love Hina - Guy is in charge of a girl's dorm Chobits - Guy and his scientifically advanced blow up doll (joke) Sekirei - Magical milf Spice & Wolf - Fox milf DearS - Magical milf (now with blue hair) Okusama wa Mahou Shoujo - Magical milf. Queens blade-Fighting(Clothing rips alot)
Asked in Animated TV Series, Manga, Anime

Does Allen walker have the heart of innocence?

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Apocryphos (also known as Cardinal) Says in Chapter 213 page 7 "I understand Please Leave it to me. My lord. He who carries the "heart". Yes. I will defend you for certain." during the scene of when Allen is saved by the Noah and Link declared dead. That crosses Lenalee out of having the heart of innocence because Cardinal says he, and that also crosses out Kanda for he wasn't there at the present time and was without his innocence. It only leaves Allen. Since it is also certain that Lavi doesn't have it either because he is a bookman and is supposed to report to Bookman if anything weird is starting to happen. So the Answer is Yes Allen has the heart of innocence.Even before chapter 213 there has been clues leading toward Allen having it.Allen lost his arm but his innocence didn't die.Allen was also saved by his innocence.Allen's revived innocence can turn into the opposite colored sword of the Earl.And also note that Allen's innocence seems to be in two pieces. The mask and the arm/sword. Lenalee's innocence protected her with a crystal but you can also say because the innocence was ready to evolve into a crystal type innocence.Kanda's innocence also became a crystal type innocence.
Asked in Animated TV Series, Anime

What episode of Hitman Reborn does it get good?

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About episode 20, I'd say. At the start of the Kokuyo arc with Mukuro and the rest. Before that it's pretty silly. After you get past all the cracky character-introduction episodes, though, it's really very good. There are three main story arcs and villains so far, Kokuyo (Mukuro), Ring Battles (Varia) and Ten Years Later (Byakuran). They're really worth watching. EDIT: After episode 15 I think it got pretty intense , just go through the first 10 eps afterwards the epicness satrts , and the epic level in this anime just keeps rising , the last arc was pretty amazing too!
Asked in Domestic Dogs, Animated TV Series, Children's TV Shows

What is johnny quest's dog's breed?

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Johnny Quest's dog, Bandit, is a white Bulldog. This is because the dog has thick shoulders and a broad head. Also, it is small, sturdy, and muscular looking. Another feature of Bulldogs, which Bandit has is an underbite.
Asked in Animated TV Series, Children's TV Shows

Why did they cancel the misadventures of flapjack?

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I don't think it was cancelled I think the creator ended it to work on other projects
Asked in Animated TV Series, Anime

What is a good basketball anime to watch?

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Dear Boys (also known as Hoop Days) Slam Dunk Kuroko no Basket
Asked in Lyrics and Sheet Music, Animated TV Series

What are the lyrics to the boondocks theme song?

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Boondocks Theme Song : "I am the stone that builder refused I am the visual The inspiration That made lady sing the blues I'm the spark that makes your idea bright The same spark That lights the dark So that you can know your left from your right I am the ballot in your box The bullet in your gun The inner glow that lets you know To call your brother son The story that just begun The promise of what's to come And I'm 'a remain a soldier till the war is won" ~ Asheru
Asked in Action & Adventure TV Shows, Animated TV Series, Sonic the Hedgehog

What is the order of the Sonic X series episodes?

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Season 1: Episode 1: Japanese title - Chaos Control Freaks. American title - A Supersonic Hero Appears Episode 2: Japanese title - Infiltrate! Area 99! American title - Escape from Area 99! Episode 3: Japanese title - Dr. Eggman's Ambition. American title - Dr. Eggman's Ambition. Episode 4: Japanese title - Get the Chaos Emerald. American title - Get the Chaos Emerald. Episode 5: Japanese title - Clash! Sonic vs. Knuckles. American title - Sonic vs. Knuckles. Episode 6: Japanese title - Fierce Battle! School Wars!. American title - I want to be respected! Episode 7: Japanese title - Giant Free For All at Chris' House Party! American title - Cream and the Flower Crown. Episode 8: Japanese title - Emergency Launch! X-Tornado!. American title - Dispatch Tornado #2. Episode 9: Title for both - Amy on the Beach. Episode 10: Japanese title - Fierce Fight! Sonic Baseball Team!. American title - Chaos Emerald, Battle at the Baseball Field. Episode 11: Japanese title - The Beautiful, Mysterious Thief Rouge!. American title - Rouge, Beautiful Thief! Episode 12: Japanese title - Before the Attack on Eggman's Base. American title - All out attack on Eggman's Base Part 1. Episode 13: Japanese title - After the Attack on Eggman's Base. American title - All out Attack on Eggman's Base, Part 2. Episode 14: Japanese title - Chase After the Hero, Sonic!. American title - Cream and Cheese. Episode 15: Japanese title - Raid of Egg Fort the Flying Fortress! American title - Skirmish in the Sky. Episode 16: Japanese title - Aim for It! The Sunken Ship in the Southern Seas. American title - Depths of Danger. Episode 17: Japanese title - Knuckles! Clenched Fists of Anger. American title - The Adventure of Knuckles and Hawk. Episode 18: Japanese title - Huge Battle on the Savannah! American title - The Dam Scam. Episode 19: Japanese title - Ghost of the Old Castle, King Boom Boo. American title - Scream Test. Episode 20: Japanese title - Departure, Egg Fort II. American title - Cruise Blues. Episode 21: Japanese title - Speed Match! Sonic vs. Sam. American title - Fast Friends. Episode 22: Japanese title - Summer Vacation - Chao~ An Observation Diary. American title - Little Chao Lost. Episode 23: Japanese title - Mayhem! The 6th Chaos Emerald. American title - Emerald Anniversary. Episode 24: Japanese title - Wild Sonic! Strategic Capture Operation. American title - How to Catch a Hedgehog. Episode 25: Japanese title - The Last Chaos Emerald. American title - A Dastardly Deed. Episode 26: Japanese title - Birth! Super Sonic. American title - Countdown to Chaos. Season 2: Episode 27: Japanese title - The Beginning of the Disaster. American title - Pure Chaos. Episode 28: Japanese title - The Mysterious Liquid Life-form, Chaos. American title - A Chaotic Day. Episode 29: Japanese title - Amy the Captive. American title - A Robot Rebels. Episode 30: Japanese title - Egg Carrier Battle. American title - Heads Up Tails. Episode 31: Japanese title - Gamma the Wanderer. American title - Revenge of the Robot. Episode 32: Japanese title - The Scream of Perfect Chaos. American title - Flood Fight. Episode 33: Japanese title: The Puzzle of Project Shadow. American title - Project Shadow. Episode 34: Japanese title - Sonic the Fugitive. American title - Shadow Knows. Episode 35: Japanese title - Escape from Prison Island. American title - Sonic's Big Break. Episode 36: Japanese title - A Threat From Outer Space. American title - Shadow World. Episode 37: Japanese title - The Battle of the Space Colony, Ark. American title - Robotnik's Revenge. Episode 38: Japanese title - Maria's Request, Everyone's Request. American title - Showdown in Space. Episode 39: Japanese title - Chaotix Detective Agency. American title - Defective Detectives. Episode 40: Japanese title - Eggman inc. American title - Sunblock Solution. Episode 41: Japanese title - The Light is Ours. American title - Eggman for President. Episode 42: Japanese title - Amy, Love's Escape Journey. American title - A Date to Forget. Episode 43: Japanese title - Huge Home Electronics Panic. American title - Mean Machine. Episode 44: Japanese title - The Ridiculous Epic Spy Battle. American title - The Sewer Search. Episode 45: Japanese title - Sonic Battle - Opening. American Title - Prize Fights. Episode 46: Japanese title - Sonic Battle - Final. American title - A Wild Win. Episode 47: Japanese title - Decisive Battle on the Equator. American title - Map of Mayhem. Episode 48: Japanese title - Sonic vs. a Monster from Underground. American title - The Volcanic Venture. Episode 49: Japanese title - The Day the Earth Stood Still. American title - The Beginning of the End. Episode 50: Japanese title - Morning of Farewells. American title - Running Out of Time. Episode 51: Japanese title - Chris' Long Journey. American title - Friends 'Til the End. Episode 52: Japanese title - Memories of the Wind. American title - A New Start. Season 3 (Final Season): Episode 53: Japanese title - A Messenger from a Meteor Shower. American title - A Cosmic Call. Episode 54: Japanese title - The Spaceship Blue Typhoon. American title - Cosmic Crisis. Episode 55: Japanese title - The Water Planet Hydo. American title - H2 Whoa. Episode 56: Japanese title - Dr. Eggman Appears. American title - An Enemy in Need. Episode 57: Japanese title - The Battle of the Ice Palace. American title - A Chilling Discovery. Episode 58: Japanese title - The Girls' Jungle Trap. American title - Desperately Seeking Sonic. Episode 59: Japanese title - Chaotix Go Into Space. American title - Galactic Gumshoes. Episode 60: Japanese title - Shadow's Rebirth. American title - Trick Sand. Episode 61: Japanese title - The Metarex battleship Invades. American title - Ship of Doom. Episode 62: Japanese title - Secret of the Underground Canyon. American title - An Underground Odyssey. Episode 63: Japanese title - Fort in Space - Metal Planet. American title - Station Break-In. Episode 64: Japanese title - Clash! Sonic vs. Shadow. American title - A Metarex Melee. Episode 65: Japanese title - Chaotix' Electric Love Shock Tactics. American title - Mission: Match-Up. Episode 66: Japanese title - Crossing the Galaxy Corridor. American title - Clash in the Cloister. Episode 67: Japanese title - the Black Trap. American title - Testing Time. Episode 68: Japanese title - Above a Destroyed Planet. American title - A Revolutionary Tale. Episode 69: Japanese title - Please, Marmolin. American title - The Planet of Misfortune. Episode 70: Japanese title - The Eggman Armada Appears. American title - terror on the Typhoon. Episode 71: Japanese title - Cafe Chaotix. American title - Hedgehog Hunt. Episode 72: Japanese title - The True Form of the Metarex. American title - Zelkova Strikes Back. Episode 73: Japanese title - Shadow the Assassin. American title - The Cosmo Conspiracy. French title - What's Happening to Shadow? Episode 74: Japanese title - The Lost Planet. American title - Eye Spy. Episode 75: Japanese title - The Day of Plantations. American title - Agent of Mischief. Episode 76: Japanese title - Battle! Dark Oak. American title - The Light in the Darkness. Episode 77: Japanese title - What I Can Do For You? American title - A Fearless Friend. Episode 78: Japanese title - The Place where Planets are Born. American title - So Long Sonic.
Asked in Animated TV Series

Is there an episode 113 of Yu Yu Hakusho?

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Sorry to say there is no 113 of Yu Yu Hakusho. :(
Asked in Animal Life, Entertainment & Arts, Fine Art, Animated TV Series

World best known animator?

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Top ten famous animators: Seth Mcfarlane (Known for Family Guy,The Cleaveland show, etc.) Walt Disney (Known for Monsters Inc., Tangled, Mulan, Mickey Mouse etc.) Matt Groening (Know for the Simpsons, Futurama etc.) Hayao Miyazaki (Known for Howl's Moving Castle, Ponyo, Spirited Away, etc.) Mike Judge (Known for Beavis and Butt-head, King of The Hil etc.) John Lasseter (Known for a Bug's Life, Toy Story 1 & 2, Cars 1 & 2 etc.) Tex Avery (Known for Daffy Duck, Bugs Bunny, Droopy etc.) Nick Park (Known for Wallace and Gromit, Shaun The Sheep etc.) These are the top ten best animators of all time according to The top tens website.
Asked in Chemistry, Animated TV Series

What is gaba goo?

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gaba goo is flixible goo that dosent fall apart or brake
Asked in Video Games, Animated TV Series, Sonic the Hedgehog

Who is Rosy palm from sonic x?

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I am afraid that there is no character called Rosy palm in Sonic X. There is a character called Amy Rose, though.

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