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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })While Disney has created many iconic cartoon characters throughout the decades, we must never lose sight of one thing, that it was all started by a... rabbit?The original cartoon star of animation duo Walt Disney and his longtime friend and partner Ub Iwerks note  if one doesn't count Julius the Cat), Oswald the Lucky Rabbit was once an all-but-forgotten, but very important, character in the History of Animation. Despite how obscure he remained for many years, his presence would wind up having a large impact on the future of the cartoon industry as a whole, laying the groundwork and paving the way for Walt Disney's future projects which would change animation forever.In the waning years of the Silent Age, Walt Disney was — for lack of a better term — a nobody. Thrice, he had attempted to enter the field of animation, and all three efforts had led to dead ends: first, Walt's doomed Newman Laugh-O-Grams studio; which was followed by his equally-doomed follow-up series Lafflets; and then, by the slightly more successful live action/animation-blending Alice Comedies series. Finally, distributor Winkler Pictures got Walt and Ub a contract with Universal Studios. Walt, Ub, and their staff put together a pilot starring Oswald, called Poor Papa. Though Papa didn't impress Universal's management, a series of Oswald short comedies were still given the greenlight, and the Disney staff got right to work, with Oswald's official debut coming in the short Trolley Troubles (1927).Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Still inspired by his viewings of Charlie Chaplin films, Winsor McCay's Gertie the Dinosaur, as well as Otto Messmer's Felix the Cat, Paul Terry's Aesop's Film Fables and Max Fleischer's Out of the Inkwell, Walt began striving for higher-quality animation and more dynamic use of rubber-hose animation, as well as much heavier emphasis on personality, story-based gags, and much more attention to story — this made the series a huge advancement over Walt's earlier Alice Comedies. While the animation was not quite up to par with the competition, be it technically or drawing wise, Oswald was rife with inventive gags and animation, and benefited from crisp pacing and feel-good premises. Oswald himself, like his successor Mickey, was a likable, scrappy but otherwise rather nondescript character. Contributing to Oswald's success were animators that would later claim their own stakes in the future of the medium, including his right-hand man and top animator Ub Iwerks (who not only animated, but handled the overall key poses, timing and art direction) Hugh Harman, Rudolph "Rudy" Ising, Norm Blackburn and Rollin "Ham" Hamilton, Friz Freleng, Les Clark among more esoteric names like Ben Clopton.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })While it didn't reach the level of success of Fleischer's Koko The Clown or Messmer's Felix the Cat, the Oswald cartoons quickly became a hit series with the public. Oswald was even the first Disney cartoon character to receive his own tie-in merchandise (e.g., candy, stuffed animals, and pinback buttons)! Walt finally had a hit cartoon star, and it seemed like nothing could go wrong...But alas, his success with Oswald was not to last. In 1928, Disney got into a hassle with Charles Mintz, then de facto boss of Winkler Pictures during negotiations for the second season of Oswald shorts. When Disney asked Mintz for a 20% budget increase (so that he could continue improving his animation standards), he was told not only that he would receive no budget increase, but that he had to accept a 20% budget decrease. And then in a massive blow, Mintz informed Walt that he had been secretly hiring away most of Walt's animation staff under a new contract, and as the rights to Oswald were owned by Universal, Walt was left with no bargaining chip (in fact, it has been said that Charles Mintz actually chose the name for Oswald out of a hat). So Mintz gave Disney an ultimatum: take the budget cut and loss of staff control, or lose the right to use Oswald altogether.We all know how this turned out, folks. After completing the remaining Oswald cartoons they were contracted to make, Walt, his brother Roy, Ub, and the two apprentice animators who'd stuck with them, Les Clark and Johnny Cannon, left Winkler and Universal altogether. Walt, devastated by the ordeal, learned from there on out to be his own boss, and to always make sure that he owned the full rights to every character he created.That, and this ordeal led him and Ub to create their own Captain Ersatz for Oswald when they started Walt Disney Productions: Mickey Mouse.Meanwhile, back at Universal, Charles Mintz got a second season of cartoons made starring Oswald, but tensions between himself and Universal president Carl Laemmle were starting to boil over - specifically, after the overnight success of Mickey Mouse, Laemmle was more than a little upset that Mintz had let Disney walk away from the studio, and an incident in which Mintz got into a very nasty altercation with Universal vice president of production and close Laemmle friend and protege Irving Thalberg did not help matters. After negotiations to bring Walt Disney back to the studio failed,note  apparently learning nothing from the last time, Mintz's offer was basically to pay Disney a little more per short, but that Universal would completely own the rights to Mickey Mouse and Mintz would have control over Disney's studio; Walt very politely told Mintz to shove it as well as the second season of Oswald not nearly doing as well as the first, Laemmle reminded Mintz that he didn't own the rights to Oswald either, and Mintz was fired from the studio in 1929, prompting him to form his own cartoon studio for Columbia and do his own Krazy Kat cartoons!Later on, Walt Disney would say working with Mintz improved his knowledge of business and that Mintz helped him develop a desire for high quality in cartoons.For the third season of shorts, the character was brought in-house and handed over to Walter Lantz, a former Winkler director who would now open a studio of his own, after he won the rights to Oswald in a poker game. Over the next few years, Oswald became the headlining star of his studio and continued to star in moderately successful cartoons, at least prior to the mid-30's. Lantz, with the help of industry veteran Bill Nolan and young staffers like Tex Avery (who would occasionally direct a few shorts in Nolan's steed), took the Oswald series into a more cartoony, fantasy driven direction than what Walt had done with him, distinguishing Oswald from being merely Disney's take on Felix the Cat. The animation became much more loose and organic than Disney's product due to Nolan's fast speed, a compensation for Lantz's low budgets on the series, and the tone of Lantz's shorts shifted to improvised, freewheeling musical-oriented fests, with plenty of off the wall animation to boot. Oddly, Oswald had no regular voice actor in the Lantz era (apart from a period of about a year-and-a-half early on, when Pinto Colvig regularly served as his voice), and studio staff would just take turns voicing him.By the mid-30's, Lantz gradually drew Oswald away from his cartoon roots and started making the series into a more cutesy, family-friendly like series, obviously in an attempt to emulate Disney's successful cartoons. As such, the character's popularity began to decline; appearances in color, as well as a few redesigns (at first making him more kid-like, then much more like an actual rabbit) did little to halt the slide. Lantz began launching other short subject series in an attempt to replace the Oswald series, but none of them were successful. By 1938, Oswald's popularity had dwindled enough to where Lantz decided to put the series on hiatus.In 1943, Lantz attempted to resuscitate the Oswald series via one short, The Egg-Cracker Suite, where the character now sported yet another heavily overhauled redesign — only to find a cartoon industry that the cutesy hare was completely unsuited to. By this point in time, Disney parodies and fast-paced comedies, as well as Screwball Squirrel-type characters, were all the rage — including Lantz's own new star, Woody Woodpecker. As such, the now-domesticated Oswald was given the shaft as a series star altogether, after lasting an impressive 192 short subjects. His last cartoon appearance would be a brief cameo along with Andy Panda — Universal's second major cartoon star — in the 1951 short The Woody Woodpecker Polka. And aside from comic appearances, occasional TV reruns, the occasional history book anecdote, and two cameos in Christmas In Tattertown, the character fell into total obscurity, doomed to be a forgotten relic in animation history...Or at least, that was how it seemed — until 2006, when things finally got better; In exchange for trading Al Michaels, a sportscaster, to NBC Universalnote Al Michaels was traded to NBC's Sunday Night Football, as ABC lost the broadcast rights to Monday Night Football which moved to ESPN, replacing their version of Sunday Night Football in terms of prominence of games broadcast; also included in the deal were some rights to Olympics footage and Friday broadcasts of the Ryder Cup for ESPN, Disney acquired all of the rights to Oswald and his shorts (excluding the post-Disney Universal cartoons), and in 2007, they reintroduced the world to the character via a two-disc DVD collection called Walt Disney Treasures: The Adventures of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. A handful of the Lantz Oswalds were also included on the two Woody Woodpecker DVD sets released around the same time and a further two of them appeared on The Criterion Collection's DVD and Blu-Ray release of King of Jazz about a decade later.As if things weren't good enough already for the old bunny, he made his full comeback, as the older half-brother of Mickey, in the 2010 video game Epic Mickey and with the announcement of Disney+ (their upcoming streaming service), Disney has announced that Oswald will have his first animation series, his first involvement in cartoons since the late 1940snote Not counting the Mickey Mouse cartoon Get a Horse! which featured him as a cameo..You can find information on the Walter Lantz Oswald shorts on the Walter Lantz Cartune Encyclopedia.Obviously, no relation to My Uncle Oswald or Oswald the Octopus.Contrast Felix the Cat and Bosko, the Talk-Ink Kid (which, incidentally, was created by two of the animators on the Disney Oswalds, Hugh Harman and Rudy Ising).
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No Celebrities Were Harmed: Fuzzy Wuzzy in "Radio Rhythm" is an obvious parody of then-famous Violinist David Rubinoff. Jazz legend Paul Whiteman appears in cartoon form in My Pal Paul, obviously as a tie-in to the then-recently released film, King of Jazz. "Confidence" features of a caricature of then-president Franklin D. Roosevelt. A grotesque caricature of Mae West also appears in Towne Hall Follies. "Toyland Premiere" features several different caricatures of celebrities from the 30's, including Shirley Temple, Al Jolson, Eddie Cantor, Boris Karloff, Laurel and Hardy, and Johnny Weissmuller as Tarzan. At the end of "The Dizzy Dwarf", when one of the jesters sees a skimpily dressed dame walking by, he dons a Harpo Marx outfit and chases after her, only to get a quick smackdown.
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Card-Carrying Villain: The giant martian from "Sky Larks", who is a type 3; he even proudly sings that he's a "big ol' meanie."
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Darker and Edgier: To a degree, as Oswald has become bitter and lonely after languishing in Mickey's shadow. However, back when it was assumed that he would be the game's main villain, the fanbase cranked this trope Up to Eleven with mind-rending results.
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Badass Adorable: Oswald retains this trait, as shown in Jungle Jingles when he grabs a gun and pumps the lion who's chasing him full of lead.
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The Cameo: In the animated segment of the film King of Jazz.
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Visual Pun: In the first short, "Race Riot", Oswald's horse refuses to get out of bed, faking illness by showing that he has a coated tongue—a tongue that literally has a coat on it! Just near the end of "Hell's Heels" when the Sheriff's kid drags Oswald to him, when the Sheriff tries to grab Oswald, he literally jumps out of his skin—as in, his head and skeleton jump out of his body! In "Spooks", Kitty explains to the Phantom why she can't sing good, by showing she has her tongue tied—literally tied up in several knots! In "Sky Larks", among the denizens of Mars, which consists entirely of living weapons, are horse pistols!note If you don't get the joke, Horse Pistols is an outdated slang name for large-sized Flintlock pistols.
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Villain Song: A brief one in "Sky Larks" when the martian giant sings about how he's a "big ol' meanie."
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Clown Car: In Trolley Troubles, Oswald's tiny trolley, which looks like it could barely even hold 8 people, seems to be capable of holding hundreds of animals inside it.
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The Quiet One: Oswald gets a voice in these cartoons, but barring singing and yelps, he doesn't have much dialogue, even compared to other characters.
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Baseball Episode: The episode Soft Ball Game.
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Public Domain Animation: A couple of the Lantz Oswalds, such as "The Plumber" and "Beach Combers" are in the public domain.
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Captain Ersatz: Dopey Dick, a recurring character in later Oswald shorts, is very much a copycat of Wimpy from Popeye, right down to wearing his same outfit and having similar mannerisms!
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Haunted Castle: Used in the short "Wet Knight"; the drawbridge even has the words "Haunted Castle" in neon under it!
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Covered in Kisses
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Rascally Rabbit
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Pie-Eyed: All of the characters in later shorts.
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Kick the Son of a Bitch: In "Kounty Fair", When Oswald finds out that the kid he took to the fair from an abusive dad is an obnoxious, harmful pest, he throws him right back into his dad's house—only for the kid to beat up his dad, chase him out of his house, and proceed to go after Oswald!
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Explosive Breeder: Oswald and his feline love Ortensia have 420 bunny kids.
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Dastardly Whiplash: The villain of Towne Hall Follies.
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Schizo Tech: The living weapons seen on mars in "Sky Larks", which are very much old fashioned, broadly drawn weapons such as pistols and cannons.
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Ungrateful Bastard: In "Spooks", Kitty acts like this to the Phantom who had just helped her win over the audience by rigging her with a record player—when he awaits her thankful embrace, she brushes him off by leaping right over him and into the awaiting Oswald.
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Follow the White Rabbit: When Mickey finds himself pursuing Oswald into the Wasteland. In the Graphic Novel, he even lampshades the Alice in Wonderland similarity.
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Everything's Better with Monkeys: Monkey Wretches, Beauty Shoppe, Farming Fools and Battle Royal, which feature the first appearances of Lantz's short-lived stars "Meany, Miny and Moe".
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Villain Teleportation: Rumpelstiltskin uses a magic variant of this in "The Dizzy Dwarf".
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Alternate Continuity: Universal still owns the ownership and distribution rights to these post-Disney Oswald Rabbit cartoons and can distribute them even after Disney got the rights to the Oswald Rabbit character from them, but Disney considers them separate from the appearances Oswald made under Walt and the company today. Tellingly, Epic Mickey deliberately ignored mentioning these cartoons.
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Jerk with a Heart of Gold
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Stock Footage: The Unpopular Mechanic reuses animation from The Barnyard Five.
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Leaning on the Fourth Wall: While the series seldom if ever has any fourth-wall busting elements, the closest it comes to making one is in "Sky Larks", when the theater that Oswald and others watch the newsreel in is called the Cartoonville theater (and the newsreel they're watching is a live-action film).
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When Trees Attack
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When Trees Attack: In "The Dizzy Dwarf", Rumpelstiltskin creates a living tree that captures Oswald, while he goes after his girl. In "Grandma's Pet", a wolf tries to shoot Oswald, only for it to bounce off a nearby sapling, which cries for its nearby momma tree. The angry tree then grabs the wolf and spanks him.
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The Atoner
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The Atoner
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 Oswald the Lucky Rabbit / int_504a1991
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Body Horror
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Body Horror: In "Busy Barber", Oswald saws off the tail of a sleeping tiger and uses it is as a barber cane! And later in the short, when Oswald's chair is defending him from the tigernote This is a gag that has long lost its proper context; it's meant to be a visual play off of how props like chairs would be used in an old circus to help defend someone against a tiger while it was being whipped and when the tiger eats Oswald, the chair proceeds to pull the tiger inside out!
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Theatre Phantom
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Theatre Phantom: "Spooks" has a ghoulish Phantom. After cornering Oswald, he asks "What does the chicken say when it lays a square egg?" (Cue Oswald saying "Ow!" from the Phantom slapping him) "Ouch is correct!" And then he disappears.
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Self-Disposing Villain
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Self-Disposing Villain: The Phantom from Spooks. Just when he has Oswald in his clutches, he proceeds to ask him the "What does the chicken say when it lays a square egg?" joke. Oswald can't answer, so he just slaps him to make him say "Ouch!" and accepts the compulsive answer as correct, vanishing into thin air.
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Pint-Sized Powerhouse
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Pint-Sized Powerhouse: The kid Oswald cares for in "Kounty Fair" (1934). He beats up his own dad and chases him out of his house at the end!
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Letting the Air Out of the Band
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Letting the Air Out of the Band: In "Spooks", the Phantom deflates a singing hippo with a pin, and puts a record player under Kitty's skirt so she can audition, allowing her to sing—although the record skips at one point, and at one point it needs to be rewound (and when it dies down, Kitty winds down with it). This happens to Oswald in "My Pal Paul" when the kid pup finds out the music he's "playing" is coming from a record player right behind Ozzie, and promptly exposes him as a fraud.
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PantyShot
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Panty Shot: The Mechanical Cow and Oh, What a Knight.
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Disney Villain Death
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Disney Villain Death: The fate of the bad guys in The Mechanical Cow, who fall off a cliff and straight into the maws of awaiting sharks.
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Big Red Button
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Big Red Button: His remote. Unusually, it DOESN'T blow anything up - but it does dispense eletricity and allows his remote to be multi-purpose.
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Bull Seeing Red
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Bull Seeing Red: Parodied in "The Plumber", where Oswald does a bullfighter and cape routine with a swordfish!
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Public Domain Soundtrack
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Public Domain Soundtrack: The very first piece of music used in the Lantz Oswald Race Riot is an excerpt of a Richard Wagner opera, the Prelude to Act 3 from Lohengrin. "Two Little Lambs" has an excerpt of the Johann Strauss waltz "The Blue Danube".
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Beastly Bloodsports
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Beastly Bloodsports: Mexico has Oswald challenging a bear in a cockfight.
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Rump Roast
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Rump Roast: In Hungry Hoboes, poor Oswald becomes the victim of this when Pete lights his butt on fire by dragging it across the tracks from a moving train. He then proceeds to use the resulting fire from Oswald's butt to cook some eggs.
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Losing Your Head
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Losing Your Head: A bizarre example that's played for laughs in Hell's Heels: After the local sheriff chases Oswald out of town, he yells to Oswald, "And if you ever come back, i'll—" and the Sheriff attempts to do a "finger crossing neck like blade" motion... but beheads himself! After getting bit trying to pick his head back up, the sheriff quickly puts his head back on backward, and proceeds to walk backward back to town.
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Threatening Shark
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Threatening Shark: The fate of the antagonists in The Mechanical Cow.
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Planet of Hats
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Planet of Hats: In "Sky Larks", Oswald and his friend visit the planet Mars, where every living thing on the planet is a weapon— they even have "horse pistols"!
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Name's the Same
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Feed the Kitty: Name's the Same as a famous Chuck Jones cartoon.
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Driven to Suicide
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Driven to Suicide: Early in "My Pal Paul", Oswald tries to hang himself after he's exposed as a fraud musician—only for the tree to topple over and try and crush him, prompting him to beg for help—Paul Whiteman by chance is driving by, and he easily props the tree back up, and removes Oswald's head from the noose and puts it back on his body.
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The Everyman
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The Everyman: Like Mickey after him, Oswald is a somewhat scrappy, but otherwise rather nondescript character in the original cartoons.
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Extreme Omni-Goat
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Extreme Omnigoat: In a gag later reused for "Steamboat Willie", a goat gobbles Oswald's sheet music—so he twists its tail like a crank to make it play the music instead.
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Christmas Episode
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Christmas Episode: "Toyland Premiere", a color short in which Oswald plays a minor role.
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Butter Face
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In "Beau Best", we are treated to a very unsightly close-up of the Harem girl that Oswald rescued.
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ContinuityEditing
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Continuity Editing: Done terribly in the DVD version of Bright Lights. Ozzie of the Mounted and Sky Scrappers also suffer a few nasty skips.
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Dark Horse Victory
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Darkhorse Victory: In Rival Romeos, Oswald's cat girlfriend gets so annoyed at Oswald and his rival that she ends up riding off with a third guy.
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Chaste Toons
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Chaste Toons: Averted in Poor Papa, and again in Epic Mickey — the old bunny is quite the multiplier. The hordes of kids from Poor Papa are still with Oswald in Trolley Troubles, where we see them crowding around the trolley and causing chaos in the first few scenes. He shoos them away before the action really gets going.
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 Oswald the Lucky Rabbit / int_78e8eba5
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"I Am" Song: Oswald sings his theme song in Africa after the Queen asks him who he is. He briefly reprises the song again in "Mars", when the King of Mars asks him about it—some of the drawings from "Africa" are even reused in this scene!
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Public Domain
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The Bandmaster: Public Domain.
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Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever
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Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: The giant martian from "Sky Larks".
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Animation Bump
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Animation Bump: In certain shorts such as "Hell's Heels" and "The Winged Horse", the background would actually be animated in perspective! "Confidence" takes this further and uses an actual photographed model of the Earth when the Depression phantom is flying about. In "Spooks", when the Phantom starts chasing after Oswald, we get a fluidly animated close-up of him slithering out of his door, right into the camera! The starry space scene in "Sky Larks", which ends with a first-person, fully animated zoom-in on Mars.
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Motor Mouth
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Motor Mouth
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Gainax Ending
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Gainax Ending: The end of Spooks, where Oswald is cornered by The Phantom, and he is asked a question: "What does the chicken say when it lays a square egg?" He then slaps Oswald, who says "Ouch!" "Ouch is correct!" And then the Phantom vanishes, leaving Oswald bewildered and victorious.
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Bratty Half-Pint
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Bratty Half-Pint: The Sheriff's kid that Oswald finds in "Hell's Heels", and the kid Oswald takes to the fair in "Kounty Fair" (1934).
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Interspecies Romance
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Interspecies Romance: Oswald sporadically has girlfriends throughout the series, who are usually cats. The Phantom from "Spooks", who is a gangly, skeleton like creature, is instantly smitten by Oswald's cat girlfriend, tellingly named Kitty. It's completely one-sided, however.
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Humanlike Hand Anatomy
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Humanlike Hand Anatomy: Oswald and Ortensia the cat have humanlike hands and feet shaped like blocks that are flat on the soles in Epic Mickey. In early cartoons, Oswald was drawn either with oval feet or feet shaped roughly like that of his species.
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What Happened to the Mouse?
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What Happened to the Mouse?: So what happened to all those other fox hunters in "The Fox Chase"?
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Villain Protagonist
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Villain Protagonist: Oswald in "Hell's Heels"; he starts the short with two robbers who blow up a bank to rob it, and evades the local Sheriff, only to get strongarmed by his missing son into returning him back to the Sheriff.
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Denser and Wackier
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Denser and Wackier: In contrast to the Disney shorts, the Lantz Oswalds initially had much bawdier, weirder humor and sometimes grayer morality than Disney would have ever dared go—especially evident in shorts like "Hell's Heels", "Chile Con Carne" and "Kounty Fair" (1934).
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Didn't Think This Through
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Didn't Think This Through: Oswald stepped down from being the de-facto leader of Wasteland to explore it and fix its problems personally, along with Mickey. Which seems fair enough, but now nobody is really in charge of Wasteland anymore, and Oswald is at risk of being forgotten by people (AGAIN), because the Mad Doctor got his act in gear and is organizing his inventions to help people struck by the quakes, which filled the leader void Oswald just left.
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Your Size May Vary
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Your Size May Vary: In the short Spooks, when Oswald is being chased by the Phantom; in the next shot, Oswald is inexplicably a third of his usual size (and then back to normal in the next shot).
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Bears Are Bad News
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In "Do A Good Deed", the birds and the bees save Oswald and his camp from a ravenous bear attacking them.
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Ominous Owl
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Ominous Owl: One appears early in the short "Spooks".
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Betty and Veronica
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Betty and Veronica: Although never on screen at the same time, in general, Oswald's rabbit girlfriend, Fanny was a Veronica-type and his cat girlfriend, Ortensia, was more of a Betty type. However, the rabbit was abruptly replaced full time by Ortensia, and wouldn't return until well into the Lantz period of shorts.
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Villainous Breakdown
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Villainous Breakdown: In "The Dizzy Dwarf", Rumpelstiltskin flees in a hair-tearing rage when Oswald reveals his name to the girl.
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Wild Take
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Wild Take: An almost proto-example is featured in "Weary Willies", with the bear squeezing Oswald to where his eyes grotesquely pop out like balloons.
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D.I.Y. Disaster
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D.I.Y. Disaster: "The Plumber" is built almost entirely around gags of Oswald's house getting flooded.
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Medium Blending
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Medium Blending: The use of a live-action model Earth in "Confidence". The newsreel the audience is watching in "Sky Larks" is actual live action footage!
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Not So Different
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Not So Different: From his half-brother, Mickey Mouse. Or the Shadow Blot, for that matter.
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Informed Species
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Informed Species: Oswald doesn’t look much like a rabbit.
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Foreshadowing
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Foreshadowing: To Epic Mickey: The title used at the end of the cartoons shows that Oswald is aware of his status as a cartoon character, and demonstrates him using art supplies to affect the cartoon world. You'll notice he's often being harassed by mice in both the opening and ending titles to each short. He also spends a good chunk of Great Guns! tussling with a mouse. Disney's official Facebook fan page for Oswald posted a screencap of him throttling the said mouse with the caption "Sibling rivalry?"
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Made of Iron
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Made of Iron: Used as a gag in "Hells Heels"; Oswald gets thrown in a bank by his fellow bandits while holding a stick of dynamite, and when it goes off, it destroys the entire bank, and literally charrs his cohorts to the bone—while he falls down basically unharmed, and only briefly dazed from the explosion that he was clearly at the event horizon of.
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Please Shoot the Messenger
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Please Shoot the Messenger: (General) Pegleg Pete does this to Oswald in Not So Quiet.
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Fridge Logic
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A surprising variation of this trope: In the short Oh, What a Knight, Oswald, to avoid having his head chopped off, has his head pop off of his body and fly into the air, but it lands back on his body a second later.
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Desert Skull
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Desert Skull: In Hell's Heels.
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Leitmotif
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Leitmotif: the game also gives him one.
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Random Events Plot
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Random Events Plot: Many of the cartoons have either very loose or outright stream of consciousness progression.
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Canon Discontinuity
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Canon Discontinuity: Warren Spector, head of Epic Mickey, decided to ignore mentioning the shorts made by Lantz in the game. There's a possible explanation for this, Spector says that the original black and white versions of Disney characters (like Clarabelle Cow) are forgotten in Wasteland, their colored versions leaving them behind; it'd the same case for Oswald, whose original self faded into obscurity.
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Standard Snippet
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Standard Snippet: Stock music cues of standard music pieces are common in the series. "Hells Heels" does this and uses them for pun-related purposes; for instance, the film uses a jaunty violin instrumental of "Rock a Bye Baby" as a leitmotif for the sheriff's son (ironically contrasting the kids bratty personality) and a couple snippets of the staple drunk song "How Dry I Am" when the Kid is shaking up cow milk akin to how a bartender would shake up a dry martini, and again later when the kid drinks an entire pond dry, revealing a conductor walrus and his band, who play a very off key take on the song.
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Stripped to the Bone
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Stripped to the Bone: Oswald's partners suffer this in "Hell's Heels" when they blow up the bank and are reduced to skeletons by the explosion, although they're apparently still alive and promptly abandon Oswald (who survived basically unharmed, despite being the one who was holding the dynamite stick). The fate of the evil Gorilla at the end of "Wet Knight"; Oswald launched a sentient bomb at him, which slaps him—the gorilla slaps back, triggering an explosion that leaves nothing but his skeleton behind.
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I Just Want to Be Loved
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I Just Want to Be Loved: Not unlike The Phantom of the Opera, The Phantom in "Spooks" is instantly smitten by Oswald's girlfriend Kitty, and even successfully helps her out with her singing (by rigging a record player behind her). When it's over though and the Phantom awaits the embrace of "My beloved!", Kitty completely ignores him, leaps over him and embraces Oswald instead. Understandably, the Phantom is pissed, and kidnaps her to his lair.
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Written Sound Effect
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Written Sound Effect: Oswald's cartoons play with them a lot.
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Lucky Rabbit's Foot
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Lucky Rabbit's Foot: The reason Oswald is so lucky. They're even removable!
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Super Strength
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Super Strength: It revealed in Oswald cartoons Fiery Firemen and Not So Quiet that Oswald have super strength. In the end of Fiery Fireman, Oswald could lift a hippo with just one hand. In Not So Quiet, Oswald was carrying a gun a few times of his own height and weight and when he was about to be shot at sunrise he shattered many cannonballs that were firing at him into pieces with just one punch. Oswald have shattered shooting cannonballs before in Great Guns made during the Disney/Iwerks era of Oswald, when Fanny was still his girlfriend. "My Pal Paul" also shows he's strong enough to keep a tree from crushing him, although he's clearly straining from it and needed help to get out of it.
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Rotoscoping
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Rotoscoping: Presumably used to animate the Greek statue and Zazu Pitts in "Merry Old Soul".
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Off-Model
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Off-Model / Depending on the Artist: Oswald's appearance would often change depending on who was animating him.
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Oh, Crap!
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Oh, Crap!: Oswald reacts this way when he discovers the kid he found is the son of the Sheriff he had just finished outrunning.
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Living Shadow
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Living Shadow: A wonderful example in Oh, What a Knight: During the climatic swordfight, Oswald leaves his shadow behind to continue the battle for him while he helps his fair maiden.
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Deadpan Snarker
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Deadpan Snarker
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Mickey Mousing
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Mickey Mousing: Very frequent in some of these shorts.
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Ms. Fanservice
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Ms. Fanservice: The Egyptian queen Oswald meets in Africa. Strangely, when she runs after Oswald, her body turns into standard Rubber Hose Limbs, probably because it would have been too hard to animate her semi-realistic figure.
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Abusive Parents
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Abusive Parents: The dad of the kid in "Kounty Fair" (1934), although when Oswald finds out just how obnoxious his kid really is, and when the kid in question beats up and chases his dad out of his own house, he becomes just slightly more sympathetic.
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REmake
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Remake Disney later remade Sky Scrappers as the Mickey Mouse short Building a Building. Walt Disney did use a few gags from the Oswald shorts and used them for some Mickey cartoons. For example, in Steamboat Willy, the gag where the goat ate the music sheets and the instrument and was turned into a phonograph, was used in the Oswald cartoon Rival Romeos.
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My Greatest Second Chance
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My Greatest Second Chance: For patching things up with Mickey, considering they didn't really get along in the first game untill the very end. It's also why Oswald trusts the Mad Doctor. It's too bad the Mad Doctor abuses that trust for his own ends.
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Too Dumb to Live
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Too Dumb to Live: Subverted in "Hells Heels"; the kid goes up to a pond which clearly has a "Poison" sign near it, and decides to drink it. Oswald immediately tries to stop him, only to get slugged in the face by the brat, who drinks the water—and is not only completely unharmed, but reveals an underwater music band.
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Demoted to Extra
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Demoted to Extra: Initially the headlining star of Walter Lantz's cartoon studio, his declining popularity prompted him to be dropped from the short lineup in 1938, with a failed revival attempt appearing in 1943. While he still appeared in many tie-in comics to Lantz cartoons, the only time he would appear again in a Lantz cartoon was as a brief, non-speaking cameo in "The Woody Woodpecker Polka" in the early 1950's, and in reissue title cards for older Lantz shorts (curiously, even for shorts he had no part in).
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Promoted to Playable
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Promoted to Playable: As Player 2. The AI controls him otherwise.
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Literal Ass-Kicking
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Literal Ass-Kicking: In Jungle Jingles a squirrel does this to Oswald, for no particular reason. In "The Plumber", a taxidermied swordfish comes to life and rams Oswald in the rear for strangling a child fish, and several others follow suit—only for Oswald to pluck them out and throw them right back!
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Child Hater
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Child Hater: Oswald, ironically, despite having an army of offspring, clearly hates children in most of his shorts, and tries to brush them off whenever a child is trying to get his attention. Sometimes kids deserve the hate. The bratty little cat boy Homer bugs Oswald repeatedly in All Wet and is positively sadistic in Homeless Homer. He's just as mischievous in later shorts, too.
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Alliterative Name
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Alliterative Name: Dopey Dick, a recurring sidekick of Oswald in later shorts.
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Anti-Hero
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Anti-Hero: When Mickey Mouse first arrives in the Cartoon Wasteland, Oswald wants Mickey get out of it.
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Happily Married
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Happily Married: You actually sort of see Ortensia and Oswald's relationship in this game. It turns out, Oswald is basically wrapped around her fingers, but she can't get too mad at him no matter what he does.
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Too Many Babies
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Too Many Babies: The plot of the pilot cartoon.
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Rubber Hose Limbs
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Rubberhose Limbs: All of the characters in the series possess this.
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Dem Bones
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Dem Bones: The skeletons featured in Hell's Heels, as well as the skeleton from the opening of Spooks.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: The game obviously makes several to these cartoons. Early on in the game, Mickey must traverse three of the 2D Sidescroller levels; however, instead of being based on cartoons of his own, they are based on three of Oswald's cartoons — namely Trolley Troubles, Great Guns, and Oh, What a Knight.
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Big Friendly Dog
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Big Friendly Dog: Oswald's great dane, Elmer, a character who appeared in several later shorts.
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Everything Sounds Sexier in French
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Everything Sounds Sexier in French: The duet Oswald and his cat girlfriend (here referred to as "Marie") sing in Not So Quiet.
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No Name Given
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No Name Given: Oswald had two distinct love interests — one a cat, and the other another rabbit. Neither of them were ever given official names to the public. In general parlance, the cat was given the name Sadie or Zulu for the purpose of discussion, because the title of one of the cartoons she was featured in was Sagebrush Sadie and was known as Miss Zulu in a poster in the cartoon, "Bright Lights." The cat was later referred to as Ortensia in Epic Mickey.
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Nightmare Face: The face of the phantom from Spooks.
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Detachment Combat: In All Wet, he fights off two rascally mice by ripping off his ears and using them as bats.
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Crossdressing Voices: One of his later voices was a female.
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Everything's Better with Plushies: Per the Disney tradition, you can now buy Oswald plushies at the Disney Store.
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Dreadful Musician: Fuzzy Wuzzy the violinist in "Radio Rhythm"; even the microphone plays the violin better than he does! The underwater band led by a Walrus in "Hells Heels".
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Lower-Deck Episode: "Toyland Premiere", a Cartune Classic where Oswald does appear, but only has a small role in favor of all the celebrity cameos. "Puppet Show", where Oswald only makes brief appearances before the focus shifts to the puppets. In "Beach Combers", Oswald plays a minor role in favor of his dog.
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Chair Reveal: In a cutscene in Epic Mickey.
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Art Evolution: While the design sense of the early Lantz shorts was more or less the same as it was in the Disney era, the animation went from tight, rigid and standardized animation into a very loose, sometimes downright surrealistic style of cartoon movement, thanks to Bill Nolan's direction. In addition to the general look of the art direction going from minimalist watercolor backgrounds to either newspaper comic style ink and pen sketches or more detailed watercolors, Oswald went through several redesigns as the series ran its course, eventually looking somewhat like an actual rabbit.
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The Chew Toy: If something comical is going to happen in a cutscene, odds are Oswald is on the receiving end of it.
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All Just a Dream: The ending of "The Merry Old Soul". The ending of "Grandma's Pet", when Oswald kisses Red Riding Hood, only to wake up and find out he's kissing a cow. Fortunately, the cartoon clearly sets it up as a dream from the start, so the ending comes off as a punch line instead of a cop out. The ending of "Sky Larks", when Oswald and Dopey Dick are awakened by the theater janitor.
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Groin Attack: Happens to Oswald in the climax of Spooks due to a bunch of lizards running under him (with their spikes rubbing against him below) and again in Cold Feet, delivered by sliding down pine trees. In "Mars", when Oswald is returning to Earth on a comet, a string of stars drag under his crotch, but unlike the other examples, he's not really harmed but just annoyed by it.
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Big Damn Heroes: Paul Whiteman in "My Pal Paul"; he just happened to be driving by when Oswald was on the verge of being crushed to death by a hanging tree, and he promptly props the tree back up and befriends Ozzie. Oswald himself pulls it off in "The Dizzy Dwarf", by chasing down and revealing Rumpelstiltkin's name to the girl just in time. In "Do A Good Deed", the birds and the bees save Oswald and his camp from a ravenous bear attacking them.
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Unbuilt Trope: Some of these cartoons seem downright postmodern.
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Suddenly Speaking: Like most characters in the game, Oswald now has a voice.
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Product Placement: The short "My Pal Paul" was made as a direct tie-in the 1930 Universal movie King of Jazz (which Oswald also made a very brief cameo in)—the first shot even has a billboard of the film, and the short is centered around Oswald befriending jazz legend Paul Whiteman.
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Earn Your Happy Ending: Oswald FINALLY gets his well-deserved happy ending in the good ending — granted, he's still stuck in Wasteland, but at least it's not a Crapsack World anymore. And he still has his family, including Mickey, to look forward to.
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Video Game Cruelty Potential: You can have Oswald hit his own kids into pipes.
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Gainaxing: Mlle. Zulu from Bright Lights.
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Canon Immigrant Oswald's final, "white rabbit" design actually originated in an unrelated Lantz cartoon called Fox and the Rabbit, which was based on a children's story of the same name. Walter Lantz decided that he liked the design of the rabbit in that cartoon so much that he had it adopted as Oswald's design in his next cartoon. Two twin bear cubs, antagonists of Oswald in Disney's Tall Timber, were reduced to just one rival — eventually called Toby Bear — in the Lantz short Kentucky Belles. In later Lantz comics, Toby became Oswald's buddy. The Disney comics bring things full circle, with Toby keeping his later buddy role but reverting to the original Tall Timber visual design.
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Robot Buddy: The eponymous cow from The Mechanical Cow.
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Gross-Up Close-Up: In the opening of "The Merry Old Soul", we are treated of the sight of Oswald's teeth, eyelashes and uvula, as he wails in pain from an aching tooth. In "Beau Best", we are treated to a very unsightly close-up of the Harem girl that Oswald rescued.
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