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  • They look very similar he could be based off him. Please discuss your opinion! :D



    Fuller

    Captain J. Fuller


    Custer

    Commander George Custer

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    • This time I have to agree, what theme is Fuller from? Lone Ranger? Wow, Gisnep Disney sure is original.

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    • Irnakk wrote: This time I have to agree, what theme is Fuller from? Lone Ranger? Wow, Gisnep Disney sure is original.

      Yes very...

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    • Mr.Brix wrote: They look very similar he could be based off him. Please discuss your opinion! :D



      Fuller

      Captain J. Fuller


      Custer

      Commander George Custer

      custer was a colonelnot commander

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    • 74.103.0.45 wrote:

      Mr.Brix wrote: They look very similar he could be based off him. Please discuss your opinion! :D



      Fuller

      Captain J. Fuller


      Custer

      Commander George Custer

      custer was a colonelnot commander

      His Wiki page said Commander but he could have been a colonel

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    • he was

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    • Another coincidence, the novel said Fuller was commander of a unit of the 7th cavalry and Custer was commander of it.

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    • I never noticed those similarities. Cough, yes I have, cough

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    • Any American soldier from that time period would have worn attire like that.

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    • ToaMeiko wrote: Any American soldier from that time period would have worn attire like that.

      Specifically cavalry officers.

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    • He might be based on him but TLR was a TV show in the 50s so if it is it is not LEGO's or Disney's fault


      PS Hi Irnakk its me the guy about Europa

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    • PSS ToaMeiko is right most Officers wore attire like that

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    • PSSS I kind of see similaritys but not much. I think youre paying too much attention to the stachio pal and besides they are completely different ranks. Fullers a Captain and Custers a Lieutanant Colonel

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    • 98.215.215.128 wrote: PSSS I kind of see similaritys but not much. I think youre paying too much attention to the stachio pal and besides they are completely different ranks. Fullers a Captain and Custers a Lieutanant Colonel

      Custer's a General.

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    • No hes not and right here Im the guy who knows pretty much every battle and war Americas ben through. Ill show you The Wars that America fought were: The American Revolution, The War of 1812, the civil war, WW1, WW2, Korean War, Vietnam War, the Cold war (though not an official war decided to name it any way) and the War on Terrorism

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    • 74.103.0.45 wrote: Another coincidence, the novel said Fuller was commander of a unit of the 7th cavalry and Custer was commander of it.

      Yes youre right but he could have been a lower rank since Custer was a Lieutanant Colonel or as ErklonJay likes to call him, a "General"

      Now that's a person who doesn't pay attention in history class

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    • Mr.Brix wrote:

      74.103.0.45 wrote:

      Mr.Brix wrote: They look very similar he could be based off him. Please discuss your opinion! :D



      Fuller

      Captain J. Fuller


      Custer

      Commander George Custer

      custer was a colonelnot commander

      His Wiki page said Commander but he could have been a colonel

      Yes but that was most likely one of his earlier ranks

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    • Have any of you seen the special on History Channel called Custer's Last Man? Its very interesting. And on America's 100th birthday... so sad... :( AND IF YOU DONT KNOW WHAT IM TALKING ABOUT YOURE A COMPLETE IDIOT (If youre American that is. I wouldn't excpect a kid from China to know about the Battle of Little Big Horn)

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    • ToaMeiko wrote: Any American soldier from that time period would have worn attire like that.

      I am talking about not only the same uniform but the same facial hair

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    • Mr.Brix wrote:

      ToaMeiko wrote: Any American soldier from that time period would have worn attire like that.

      I am talking about not only the same uniform but the same facial hair

      Once again, it has to do with the time period. It was the style then.

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    • ToaMeiko wrote:

      Mr.Brix wrote:

      ToaMeiko wrote: Any American soldier from that time period would have worn attire like that.

      I am talking about not only the same uniform but the same facial hair

      Once again, it has to do with the time period. It was the style then.

      Exactly (Hi Fives ToaMeiko) Now that's some one who DOES pay attention In history class. :)

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    • Irnakk wrote: This time I have to agree, what theme is Fuller from? Lone Ranger? Wow, Gisnep Disney sure is original.

      Dude, I hate doing this, but I have to do what is right. Its not Disney's fault.TLR was a show in the 50s so Disney just made a movie about it and had all the characters in it, so, there not Disney's fault

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    • ErkelonJay wrote:

      ToaMeiko wrote: Any American soldier from that time period would have worn attire like that.

      Specifically cavalry officers.

      correct, I should know because I was a Union cavalry Officer for Halloween.

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    • ErkelonJay wrote:

      98.215.215.128 wrote: PSSS I kind of see similaritys but not much. I think youre paying too much attention to the stachio pal and besides they are completely different ranks. Fullers a Captain and Custers a Lieutanant Colonel

      Custer's a General.

      He was a General at Little Big Horn. During his Civil war service he was a Lt. Colone.

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    • I haven't seen much of the lone ranger tv show, but was Custer a villian in there. Because I just saw the movie and Fuller is a villian in it.

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    • Alwayswyplash wrote:

      ErkelonJay wrote:

      98.215.215.128 wrote: PSSS I kind of see similaritys but not much. I think youre paying too much attention to the stachio pal and besides they are completely different ranks. Fullers a Captain and Custers a Lieutanant Colonel

      Custer's a General.

      He was a General at Little Big Horn. During his Civil war service he was a Lt. Colone.

      But he was a general at his moment of fame.

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