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Pinky And The Brain

Pinky und Brain sind mit von der Partie! We are VERY pleased to finally see in PRINT today in @yakkopinky's "Voice Lessons. Steven Spielbergs Pinky & der Brain. Staffel 1. () Von der mit dem Peabody Award gekrönten Serie "Steven Spielberg Presents Animaniacs" kommen. In unseren kleinen friedlichen Welt nimmt alles seinen gewohnten Gang. Die Blumen blühen, der Himmel wird immer klarer und zwei kleine Mäuse wollen die Welt erobern. Zwei Mäuse? Weltherrschaft? Wie bitte was?

Pinky und der Brain

Steven Spielbergs Pinky & der Brain. Staffel 1. () Von der mit dem Peabody Award gekrönten Serie "Steven Spielberg Presents Animaniacs" kommen. Pinky und Brain sind mit von der Partie! We are VERY pleased to finally see in PRINT today in @yakkopinky's "Voice Lessons. Die beiden Labormäuse Pinky und Brain wollen die Weltherrschaft übernehmen und schießen dabei auf intelligent-alberne Weise immer wieder am Ziel vorbei.

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Zwei irrwitzig beliebte Labormäuse wollen die Weltherrschaft übernehmen und gehen dabei auf sehr intelligent-alberne Weise zu Werke. Alternate Versions The 'Nickelodeon Network' adds the 'Nickelodeon' logo into the opening credits on various objects. His brain seems to censor a large portion of Brain's dialogue, Game Over Man 2 Pinky to wander into random internal tangents until Brain asks the question. Halloween Is Grinch Night The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Along with this came pressure on the writers of Barbie Film series to back off on the idea of world domination and to include more characters on the series. Then The Brain describes what things would be like if he ruled the world. Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program. Null Oder Hundert Miljö Boom. Tom and Jerry Tales —08 What's Amazon Hotline.De, Scooby-Doo? In addition to previously mentioned political Disney Serie actor Spider-Man Stream, some episodes included complete parodies like those in Animaniacs. When Brain attempted to pressure him into helping, Pinky refused, claiming that the plan "goes against everything I've come to stand for. Available on Amazon. After he becomes trapped in a web of conspiracy and deception, The Brain gets brainwashed and Pinky must save him. Brain is Beste Aktion Filme and schemingwhile Pinky is good-natured but feeble-minded. Dracula Scooby-Doo! Photo Gallery. Zusätzliche Bedingungen Transaktionsbestimmungen. Bei Snowballs erstem Auftritt gesteht Brain Pinky, dass Snowball und er früher gut befreundet waren — bevor sie durch den Unfall intelligent und herrschsüchtig wurden. Anna Christiana Hofbauer auf ProSieben. Pinky und der Brain ist eine Parodie aus dem Jahr von Tom Ruegger mit Rob Paulsen und Maurice LaMarche. In unseren kleinen friedlichen Welt nimmt alles seinen gewohnten Gang. Die Blumen blühen, der Himmel wird immer klarer und zwei kleine Mäuse wollen die Welt erobern. Zwei Mäuse? Weltherrschaft? Wie bitte was? Pinky und der Brain (englisch Pinky and the Brain) ist eine US-amerikanische Zeichentrickserie aus dem Jahr sowie der Name ihrer beiden Hauptfiguren. Steven Spielbergs Pinky & der Brain. Staffel 1. () Von der mit dem Peabody Award gekrönten Serie "Steven Spielberg Presents Animaniacs" kommen. Die beiden Labormäuse Pinky und Brain versuchen stets, die Weltherrschaft an sich zu reißen – eigentlich will der intelligente aber glücklose Brain dieses.

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Won 1 Primetime Emmy. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Rob Paulsen Edit Storyline A genetically engineered mouse who sounds like Orson Welles and his insane cohort make nightly attempts to take over the world.

Edit Did You Know? Trivia Rob Paulsen modeled Pinky's voice after Frank Spencer, the main protagonist of the BBC sitcom Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em Quotes Pinky : Gee, Brain.

What are we going to do tonight? The Brain : The same thing we do every night, Pinky. Try to take over the world. Crazy Credits Towards the end of the credits you'll find the definition for one of the polysyllabic words used by Brain in that week's episode.

Alternate Versions The 'Nickelodeon Network' adds the 'Nickelodeon' logo into the opening credits on various objects. He has several verbal tics , such as "Narf", "Zort", "Poit", and "Troz", the last of which he started saying after noticing it was "Zort" reflected backwards in a mirror.

Pinky's appearance contrasts with Brain's — while Brain is short, has a crooked tail and pink sclerae, and speaks in a deeper, more eloquent manner, Pinky has a straight tail, blue sclerae, and a severe overbite, is taller than the Brain, and speaks in a high-pitched voice with a Cockney accent.

Pinky's name was inadvertently given to him by Brain himself: when insulting the two scientists responsible for their gene splicing while talking to himself, Brain claimed the scientists had "less knowledge in both their heads than I do in my Pinky is more open-minded, kinder, and happier than the Brain.

Troubles never ruin his day, possibly because he is too scatter-brained to notice them. He steadfastly helps Brain toward world domination, even though Brain usually berates, belittles and even abuses him.

Pinky actually seems to enjoy this, often laughing after he is hit on the head. He is obsessed with trivia, spending a lot of time watching television in the lab and following popular culture fads.

Sometimes, Pinky even finds non-rational solutions to problems. An entire episode entitled "The Pinky P. The issues Pinky brings up can ironically lead to the downfall of the plan in the given night's plot.

He is also Brain's moral compass and his only true friend. When Pinky sold his soul to the devil to give Brain the world in "A Pinky and the Brain Halloween", Brain saved him because he missed him and the world was not worth ruling without him.

Pinky also has shown signs of intelligence, despite his supposed stupidity. In "Welcome to the Jungle", Pinky was able to survive using his instincts and become a leader to Brain, who, despite his intelligence, could not survive in the wild on his own.

And in "The Pink Candidate", when Pinky became president, he later began citing various constitutional amendments and legal problems that would bar Brain from his latest plot to take over the world.

When Brain attempted to pressure him into helping, Pinky refused, claiming that the plan "goes against everything I've come to stand for.

The Brain or "Brain" for short voiced by Maurice LaMarche looks and sounds a little like Orson Welles. In "What Ever Happened to Baby Brain", Brain actually crosses paths with Welles, who is working as a busboy in a Hollywood restaurant, and they find themselves inadvertently yelling in unison, "Things will be different when I take over the world!

He is highly intelligent and develops complex plans for global domination using politics, cultural references, and his own inventions toward his goal.

He seems coldly unemotional, speaking in a snarky deadpan voice. Nevertheless, Brain has a subtle sense of humor and has even fallen in love, with Trudie in the episode "The Third Mouse" and with Billie in "The World Can Wait".

Brain sees his inevitable rise to power as good for the world and not as mere megalomania. In Animaniacs: Wakko's Wish , he said to Pinky "We're on our way to fame, fortune and a world that's a better place for all.

However, his motives are not pure. In one episode, Brain finds himself hypnotized by a psychologist whom he had planned to manipulate for one of his schemes, who turns out to be none other than Sigmund Freud.

There Brain reveals that he originally lived with his parents in a tin can at the base of a tree in a large field. When he was young, ACME researchers captured Brain and took him from his home, and the last he saw of it was a picture of the world on the side of the can.

Freud speculates that Brain's hunger to take over the world is misplaced, and that all he really wants is to go back home to his parents. Brain has even helped save the world by doing everything in his power to prevent Snowball's evil schemes, knowing that a world under Snowball's rule would be a worst-case scenario.

In the Animaniacs reboot , Brain gains a new rival in taking over the world in the form of his wife, Senator Julia Brain, after his attempts to mind-control her into becoming a puppet ruler for him lead to her becoming insane.

Other characters that have appeared on the series have included both of Brain's [20] and Pinky's parents [21] and the duo's "son", "Roman Numeral I" Romy for short another white mouse who was the result of a cloning mistake.

Episodes also include recurring caricatures of celebrities, including both Bill and Hillary Clinton , David Letterman , Dick Clark , Drew Carey , Ryan Stiles , Kathy Kinney , J.

Wilkes , Paul Gilmartin , Annabelle Gurwitch , Don Rickles , Michael Keaton , Eric and Donny from Too Something , "Macho Man" Randy Savage , The Allman Brothers Band , David Cross , Jack Black , Chris Shiflett , Jim Nabors as Gomer Pyle , and Christopher Walken , as was common on other Animaniacs cartoons.

Pinky and the Brain was inspired by the peculiar personalities of two producers of Tom Ruegger 's earlier show Tiny Toon Adventures , Eddie Fitzgerald and Tom Minton , respectively.

Animation and developed interesting personalities that the other staff had picked up on; Ruegger said that Minton seemed to be always scheming to take over the world, while Fitzgerald comedically agreed with him, injecting nonsense words like "Narf" and "Egad" around the office.

LaMarche stated that on coming in to audition for the character of the Brain, he saw the resemblance to Welles and went with that for the voice, and he was given the role on the spot.

Prior to LaMarche's arrival, the other voice actors, including Paulsen, recognized the humor of the script after they started reading it.

According to Paulsen, when LaMarche arrived, he had originally kept his professionalism after the funeral, but broke down in happiness as he recognized the script for what it was.

A caricature of Orson Welles appears in a late episode of the series "What Ever Happened to Baby Brain" , echoing a rant of the Brain's and introducing himself afterwards.

Paulsen had already been selected to voice Pinky as he was already voicing Yakko Warner for Animaniacs. The episode "Win Big" [6] was the very first Pinky and the Brain skit.

It was developed for Animaniacs , written by Ruegger with a script by Peter Hastings, and directed by Rusty Mills.

According to Ruegger, most of the elements that would become part of Pinky and the Brain can be found in Hastings's original script. It held many dialogue bits that became conventions of the entire series, [22] including Brain's "Pinky, are you pondering what I'm pondering?

What are we going to do tomorrow night? As with Animaniacs , Steven Spielberg was the executive producer during the entire run, Tom Ruegger was the senior producer, Jean MacCurdy was the executive in charge of production, and Andrea Romano was the voice director.

Peter Hastings, Rusty Mills and Liz Holzman produced the series when it was spun off from Animaniacs , as well as the season it ran primetime on the WB.

After the first season Hastings left the show and Mills took over as the supervising producer. The original Pinky and the Brain shorts on Animaniacs were written primarily by Peter Hastings.

Upon moving into its own series, the writing staff included Gordon Bressack , Charles M. Howell IV, Earl Kress, Wendell Morris, and Tom Sheppard.

Comedian Alex Borstein was also a staff writer, years before her fame on MADTV and Family Guy. Classic Warner Bros. Pinky and the Brain were voiced by Rob Paulsen and Maurice LaMarche, respectively.

The series also used the work of many of the same voice actors for Animaniacs , including Tress MacNeille , Jess Harnell , Frank Welker , Nancy Cartwright , Janet Waldo and Jeff Bennett.

Celebrities such as Roddy McDowall , Nora Dunn , Townsend Coleman , Ernest Borgnine , Eric Idle , Dick Clark , Ed McMahon , Steve Allen , Joyce Brothers , Gavin MacLeod , John Tesh , Michael McKean , Garry Marshall , Mark Hamill , James Belushi , and Steven Spielberg have all performed guest voice work for the series as well.

As with Animaniacs , Pinky and the Brain was scored by a team of talented composers, led by Emmy-Award-winning composer Richard Stone. This team included Steven Bernstein and Julie Bernstein , who also orchestrated and sometimes conducted the piece orchestra.

The recordings were done on Stage A on the Warner Bros lot, the same stage and with the same piano where Carl Stalling recorded his Looney Tunes music.

The theme song for Pinky and the Brain was composed by Richard Stone with lyrics by Tom Ruegger.

Two versions of the opening sequence and theme, with slightly different lyrics, were used during the Animaniacs skits. In the first version, Yakko, Wakko, and Dot voiced respectively by Paulsen, Harnell, and MacNeille popped up in the lab and sang the theme while letting the two mice out of their cage.

The second, later version had the singers off-camera as the Brain picked the lock on the cage door with a small needle to free himself and Pinky.

On the Pinky and the Brain series, the theme gained an additional two verses and was sung by Harnell, Dorian Harewood , Jim Cummings , and Paulsen.

The score sometimes includes references to classical music. Like Animaniacs , most of the original Pinky and the Brain skits used a variety of animation studios, including Tokyo Movie Shinsha , StarToons , Wang Film Productions , Freelance Animators New Zealand , and AKOM.

The bulk of the episodes created outside of Animaniacs seasons 2 and beyond were produced by Rough Draft Studios , Wang Film Productions and AKOM.

The only episode that was animated by Tokyo Movie Shinsha on the spin-off series was A Pinky and the Brain Christmas.

Like Animaniacs , much of the humor in Pinky and the Brain was aimed at adult audiences. Parodies of pop culture icons were quite common on the series, more so during the original episodes developed for the WB prime time slot.

In addition to previously mentioned political and actor caricatures, some episodes included complete parodies like those in Animaniacs.

The episode "The Megalomaniacal Adventures of Brainie the Poo" parodies The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh or simply Winnie the Pooh. Algore is "full of hot air", and shown floating like a balloon.

Other parodic elements include Christopher Walken in place of Christopher Robin and the "Brainie the Poo" book appears to have been authored by " A.

Three songs resemble the musical skits in Animaniacs , matching existing music with new lyrics. Pinky sings "Cheese Roll Call" to John Philip Sousa 's march " Semper Fidelis " praising his love for all cheeses from around the world.

Pinafore , and sung by both Brain and Pinky, with Brain reciting the rise to power of such historical leaders as Napoleon and Cleopatra , while Pinky mentions how they all fell.

The song includes such odd lyrics as "Put your fingers in your ears, then stick them in your belly" and "Bop yourself on the head and cross your eyes.

Like Animaniacs , there was a gag credit in the closing credits : each show featured an English word appropriate for the episode with its definition.

For example, "Around the World in 80 Narfs", where the mice are foiled by trying to speak "New York cabbie" and end up going in circles in one location, the gag credit word was "anophelosis" defined as "morbid state due to extreme frustration".

Another common element in nearly every episode is the following exchange often referred to by the acronym "AYPWIP" :.

Brain: Pinky, are you pondering what I'm pondering? Pinky: I think so, Brain, but Pinky's response ends with a non sequitur such as, "we're already naked", "isn't a cucumber that small called a gherkin?

A few times in the series Pinky and Brain indeed pondered the same thing, though in one of these Pinky dismissed his idea as being too stupid.

Just one time the answer was "Yes I am! In another episode, it turns out that what Pinky was pondering was that he and Brain never ponder the same thing, which turned out to be part of what Brain was pondering as well.

In a short episode "Pinky's P. His brain seems to censor a large portion of Brain's dialogue, leaving Pinky to wander into random internal tangents until Brain asks the question.

Pinky then responds with whatever was on his mind at the end of the tangent. Pinky and the Brain were popular on Animaniacs , and the popularity continued into their own series.

It attracted many of the same fans as Animaniacs and Internet outreach attracted more. Maurice LaMarche and Rob Paulsen appeared on voice actor tours around the Warner Bros.

Studio Stores. In an interview on the third DVD volume, LaMarche and Paulsen noted that Roy Langbord vice-president of Showtime , Al Franken , and Barenaked Ladies are fans of the shows.

Pinky and the Brain won several Emmy and Annie Awards. Paulsen also won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program for his role as Pinky subsequently in The series itself won the Daytime Emmy for "Outstanding Special Class Animated Program".

The episode "Inherit the Wheeze", [47] in which Brain was subject to the effects of smoking by a tobacco company, won a PRISM Award for its anti-smoking message.

Pinky and the Brain first appeared as a recurring skit on the animated series Animaniacs , another series produced by Steven Spielberg.

On September 3, , Pinky and the Brain premiered on television in the episode "Win Big", which aired on the FOX network. On September 9, , Pinky and the Brain were spun off onto their own half-hour series on Kids' WB!

The first season was scheduled in a prime time slot from September 10, through July 21, , as part of the new WB network lineup, with episodes also being repeated within the Saturday morning cartoon block.

It had been envisioned for the series to be the WB network's answer to The Simpsons , at that point in its 7th season, which was running on the FOX network.

In the s, The Brain tries to acquire water rights to burgeoning Los Angeles Pinky and The Brain's plans are hindered by a new, uninvited sidekick, Larry.

The Brain claims he and Pinky are among the last of the nearly extinct Mousealope species. The Brain disguises as actress-singer Cher, enters a celebrity golf tournament and steals Chi Chi Rodriguez' putter; The Brain invents a machine that brings the Earth to life.

My Feldmans, My Friends. Pinky and The Brain are forced to befriend their eccentric neighbor, Sultana, to retrieve an important package he has accepted on their behalf.

Posing as Mr. Feldman, the two lab mice visit Sultana's home and slowly win his confidence. In the s, Pinky's idiosyncratic observations are mistaken for wisdom in; Pinky plans a surprise birthday party for The Brain, making Brain suspect that Pinky is trying to take over the world without him.

This Old Mouse. When The Brain gets a glimpse into the future and sees that he will continue to fail, he realizes, after some soul searching, that he must change his destiny.

Brain Storm. The Brain develops a way to harness the energy of tornadoes in his latest bid to take over the world. The Brain leads Pinky on a whirlwind tour of history, in this musical cartoon; Pinky and The Brain go undercover among the Minnesota Rhennish, a strict rural community.

The Pinky Protocol. Famous Hollywood director Gulliver Sloane has a new conspiracy theory: two laboratory mice are attempting to take over the world!

The Brain decides to use the publicity to his advantage and invents his own conspiracy theory. In the s, The Brain creates steam-powered legs to send a subtle Morse code message of world domination; Bereft of ideas to take over the world, The Brain goes to Hollywood to get plots from screenwriters.

Brain Acres. The Brain and Pinky move to a rural farm, where The Brain plans to raise and train giant vegetables to take over the world. The Brain uses a dance to demonstrate the poetic majesty of world domination; Then The Brain becomes a fashion designer and Pinky becomes a supermodel to promote a mind-controlling fragrance.

In a horrible lab mishap, Pinky becomes really suave guy, "Pinky Suavo. The Real Life. In this spoof of MTV's show, "The Real World," The Brain must get along with a houseful of year-olds to carry out his latest scheme.

Brain's Way. In the early s, The Brain opens a resort in Las Vegas to finance a plan and poses as a singing star to draw patrons.

In the process, he becomes an ultra-cool icon and the leader of the celebrated Mouse Pack. In a special Halloween episode, Pinky sells his soul so that The Brain can take over the world.

The Brain challenges the devil to get Pinky's soul back. Brainy Jack. Discovering that the best way to take over the world is through pacifism, Pinky and The Brain travel to the Southwest on horseback and create a colony to teach the world the value of peace, love and improvisation.

The Brain goes to Vienna to get Sigmund Freud to condition his patients for mouse worship, but Freud analyzes him instead; The Brain becomes a Sumo wrestler in order to gain access to the rare Mugu fish.

But, That's Not All Folks. The Brain launches his latest plan on a live infomercial in this real-time episode. The Brain commands dolphins and sea lions in his latest attempt to take over the world; The Brain must infiltrate the Hackensack Kicky-Sack Sack Kicker factory to carry out his latest plan.

Pinky and The Brain are the pets of a crazy tailor; The lab is closed for summer vacation and The Brain travels to Camp Davey, the lodge for children of dignitaries visiting Camp David.

The Brain coaches a last-place baseball club to the pennant race; Pinky unwittingly hits a button on The Brain's robot duplicate of Steven Spielberg, and the robot acts out scenes from Spielberg movies.

Broadway Malady.

Pinky and the Brain is a recurring segment on Animaniacs focusing on Pinky and The Brain, two genetically-spliced lab mice who come up with various plans to take over the world. In , they were later spun-off into their own series with the same title, that lasted until Pinky and Brain have a close bond although Brain isn't one to show emotion or affection. Brain was based off of famous actors Orson Welles and Vincent Price. Why does he always fail to take over the world? All of Brain's attempts to take over the world fail. from the new Animaniacs comes the new intro of Pinky and the Brain!. Pinky and The Brain's plans are hindered by a new, uninvited sidekick, Larry. The Brain claims he and Pinky are among the last of the nearly extinct Mousealope species. Episode 4 Brain Bogie / Say What, Earth?. A Pinky & the Brain Christmas The Brain designs a mesmerizing doll, Noodle Noggin, and plans to have Santa Claus deliver one to every house so he can make people do his every command through mind control.
Pinky And The Brain
Pinky And The Brain
Pinky And The Brain


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  1. Mikadal

    Und so kommt es auch vor:)

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