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Old 09-08-2021, 03:01 AM   #11
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It's hard to point to another example of a franchise that started out rather "adult" and then successfully -- and almost exclusively -- became a thing that only offered new content for little kids. It's kind of an oddity in that way. Sometimes it is the opposite but not really that way.
Police Academy, but that's about it. From the third movie onward, they were definitely more or less kids' movies (with an occasional risque' joke for the grown-ups watching) and that's when the animated series, action figure line, and (later) the live-action television series happened. For like a year around 1989/1990-ish, Police Academy was a modest hit with the kids. Not huge, but it got a little buzz. So arguably its biggest "success" as a brand came after it morphed into a kids-friendly property, even though that also marked the point the franchise officially jumped the shark and then fizzled out shortly thereafter.

I'm hard-pressed to think of too many other examples, though.
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