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<-It's been 25 years since it aired. Anyone remember seeing this in the U.S.? I didn't have cable then.

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Oooooohhhhman! Yeah I used to watch this with furmeets in Virginia!



Here in Belgium it was called "Beestenbos is boos" which translated to "beastforest is angry"...
It was fucked up shit for kids with all the deaths, but I enjoyed it. Not like that pussy shit for kids nowadays on TV.



It was aired on YTV in Canada.


I'm trying to find the article, but apparently this series had nightmare fuel to spare. Some of the deaths are horrific and off-screen, but a majority did appear (the one where the rabbit husband watches in horror as his wife is carried off by a wolf was pretty bad).

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Can't say I'd ever heard of this one.

How strong was the graphic violence compared to Felidae?

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This one's very graphic!


Not as bad as Felidae (with cat guts all over the place), but there was a scene where one of the characters was shot and there was some blood spray.



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>Plague Dogs
>children's cartoon

WHO runs that moronic website??


"Animation Age Ghetto" - - it's why literal hardcore hentai titles routinely got filed into the "Kids" sections before retailers (mostly) wised up.

I mean for fucks' sake, this is the official trailer for the movie -
That's like marketing Schindler's List as a buddy comedy.


And I'll amend that - this shit applies to live-action stuff as well, depending on how the marketing team approaches it.
Bridge to Terabithia was marketed as Lord Of The Rings-lite, despite the fantasy elements being 100% in the kids' imaginations, and a pretty small part of the plot -

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>that trailer

Garbage, pure garbage.

Watch the Felidae trailer for comparison:



Holy nigger dicks!!! Thanks for reminding me of a bad childhood that I had.



That was one fucked up movie. I remember the ending with them drowning in the ocean

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<-You want truly fucked-up? Watch the Disney version and then read the book:


One morning, after Tod's escape from the greyhounds, the Master sends Copper on the hunt. After he picks up the fox's trail, Copper relentlessly pursues him throughout the day and into the next morning. Tod finally drops dead of exhaustion, and Copper collapses on top of him, close to death himself. The Master nurses Copper back to health, and both enjoy their new popularity, but after a few months the excitement over Copper's accomplishment dies down. The Master is left alone again, and returns to drinking. He is once again asked to consider living in a nursing home, and this time he agrees. Crying, he takes his shotgun from the wall, leads Copper outside, and pets him gently before ordering him to lie down. He covers the dog's eyes as Copper licks his hand trustingly.

Fucking Christ!


Yep! Now contrast that with the ending of the sanitized, Disney version: With the bear gone, a bewildered Copper approaches Tod as he lies exhausted near the bank of a waterfall-created lake. When Slade appears, Copper positions himself in front of Tod to prevent Slade from shooting him, refusing to move away. Slade lowers his gun and leaves with Copper. Tod and Copper share one last smile before parting. At home, Tweed nurses Slade back to health while the dogs rest. Copper, before resting, smiles as he remembers the day when he first met Tod. On a hill, Vixey joins Tod as they look down on the homes of Slade and Tweed.

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The most vomit-inducing thing Disney ever did was the complete butchering of Victor Hugo's The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Virtually nothing of the original plot was spared.

Frollo was changed from being an evil bishop, secret apostate and alchemist, to being a more politically-correct evil judge. He does end up dead in the Disney version, but what is left out is:

Captain Phoebus doesn't fall in love with Esmeralda, get married, and live happily ever after. He abandons her to be executed and marries someone else.

Esmeralda is captured and hanged, and her mother dies in the process.

Quasimodo doesn't leave the cathedral to go out and find acceptance in the outside world, he goes to find Esmeralda and disappears. He's later found dead clutching her remains on a pile of rotting corpses.

What the fucking fuck Disney. At least when they abandoned their Reynard the**Fox animation they changed the title to Robin Hood instead of trying to pass it off as some version of a literary classic.



>Robin Hood
>Instead of some literary classic

Is this some sort of joke? Robin Hood is one of the most classic of classic literary heroes in western culture.

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Robin Hood is a possibly real character from folklore, with no canonical text you can point to and say "Disney changed this bit".

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> Robin Hood is one of the most classic of classic literary heroes in western culture.

Yes, it is. Sorry I wasn't clear on what I was saying. I was trying to say that changing the story and title to Robin Hood (while keeping almost all the characters from Reynard) was better than bastardizing Reynard and pretending it was anything like the original by calling it Reynard the Fox, the way they did with Hunchback. Hunchback was the abomination they tried to pass off as a version of a literary classic.

Reynard and the Robin and Marian stories are actually related. Reynard was written in 1175, and predates Robin Hood, which takes place between 1189 and 1199. With both characters going back and forth from rascally outlaw to friend of the king, they share a lot of similar themes. Although in Reynard, the fox actually does admit to having gay sex.


>>3490658 I've seen robinhood.... but I don't remember this scene somehow. It's been awhile maybe I just forgot?

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From what I recall over several reads once I did some research, Robin Hood was indeed real and was alive through the times that >>3490734 mentions. However much of his fabled story actually occurred is still of some debate, however all accounts agree that he was indeed a bandit, and hardly of a Disney-friendly nature. Some accounts suggest that he had participated in the Crusades like King Richard before turning to banditry, while others still suggest that he beheaded the Sheriff of Nottingham and that he remained an outlaw forever after, which suggests him being pals with King Richard and being universally hailed as a hero (at least back then) is complete bunk.

It makes for a great story, but what seems even more amazing is that he managed to live into his 80s, when he was finally found, captured and beheaded himself. 80+ years back then was basically like 2 lifetimes compared to the average expectancy.



I actually wonder how many of these stories retain the originality and be lost in translation.

I know that the Brothers Grimm for example.. (who were credited for a lot of stories) are extremist misogynists whose COLLECTED folk histories, and which they "updated" always end with the girl or women dying or suffering to horrible levels.



I loved this show when I was younger, deaths didn't scare me. Now it would be unthinkable, think of the children etc etc

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Wait a sec. . .is that the lion's penis showing through his loin cloth?

It's sure in the right place and it has barbs, like a big cat's has. Plus you can see the lioness's realistic nipple placement so it's not like the artist was a prude.

On the other hand the angle looks wonky, like it's coming off the sword or to the side of the cloth, and not under.

Fuck it, I choose to believe. Unzips


If you look a little more closely, it looks like his tail is coming up beneath one knee and continues behind the sword to wrap over the remaining knee.

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Sorry...forgot to include the edit. Looks like the tail to me.

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Oh snap, you're right. That's exactly what it is. It's not his penis.

>MFW I just learned I jerked it to a lion's tail.
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Most of these images are from 19th century editions of Reynard with the beautiful engravings of Wilhelm Kaulbach's art. Kaulbach's animals are anatomically correct, as you can see with the tits on the young tigress the king is having a fling with, the bulls testicles on the floor between his legs, and the goat's udder. About the only thing changed is their more-human posture, and the addition of clothes.

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Kaulbach did take things further, and did a few things that took his anthropomorphic animal art a lot closer to what we now call "furry". He added human head hair to some of his characters, but probably the most significant thing he did was to put some very human tits on the vixen Hermaline.

Even her shoulders and upper torso are carefully sculpted to look more human. And you can almost hear him thinking, "I know, I'll get her just as she's grabbing the rabbit, reaching out. That will give a great view of those tits".

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