The Factorium

A random collection of facts, word origins, and general random awesomness collected from around the internet. Sometimes I go by subject or theme for a couple of days, and sometimes it's totally random.Enjoy!
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Instead British actor Brian Bedford (pictured above) stepped in to voice the role.

Character names like Trigger and Nutsy and quotes like “Criminitly, put that pea shooter down!” just don’t have the same ring to them anymore, do they?

Character names like Trigger and Nutsy and quotes like “Criminitly, put that pea shooter down!” just don’t have the same ring to them anymore, do they?

But I bet King Richard sheds more… So there…  Yeah.

I can definitely see some parallels between the Nero and Prince John…  Nero was said to have fiddled while Rome burned, and I guess Prince John chased Hiss with a stick while his castle burned.   Totally the same!

I can definitely see some parallels between the Nero and Prince John…  Nero was said to have fiddled while Rome burned, and I guess Prince John chased Hiss with a stick while his castle burned.   Totally the same!

I’d be upset, too…

Love that segment of the film : )

And certainly not the last…

While most Robin Hood legends place the events during the time of Kings John and Richard (starting at the end of the 12th century) the real Robin Hood - if there indeed was one - may have been more than a century later.  This puts the time frame much closer to that of Sleeping Beauty which is from the 15th century, which accounts for more similar fashions.

While most Robin Hood legends place the events during the time of Kings John and Richard (starting at the end of the 12th century) the real Robin Hood - if there indeed was one - may have been more than a century later.  This puts the time frame much closer to that of Sleeping Beauty which is from the 15th century, which accounts for more similar fashions.

Or perhaps no so sly…

Small world, eh?

Small world, eh?

Little Sister from Robin Hood and Roquefort from Aristocats - not strictly identical… but then they’re mice - how different can they get?