TV Series | TV-Y7 | | Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Twin siblings Dipper and Mabel Pines spend the summer at their uncle's tourist trap in the enigmatic town of Gravity Falls.
The Gravity Falls Pilot that was used to sell the show to Disney initially went unaired and unreleased to the public for several years. A few screenshots of it were available online, but no voices, music, animation etc. It wasn't until the "Cipher Hunt" in 2016 that Alex Hirsch made the promise to finally release the unaired Pilot to the public, but only if fans completed the 2000 piece puzzle that was a clue in the hunt. It took a week, but fans succeeded in completing the puzzle. Upon its completion, Alex Hirsch made a surprise appearance and signed the puzzle and then signed autographs and took photos with the fans who were there. Hirsch kept his promise and uploaded the Gravity Falls Pilot to the Internet in weeks following the hunt. The Pilot can now also be found on the Gravity Falls complete series collectors edition DVD/Blu-Ray which was released in 2018.
Get 'em! Get 'em!
Troughout the series the Dinosaur Skull's (Probably a Tyrannosaurus skull) Fenestra (Hole in front of the eye hole) keeps changing shape along with it's location on the skull.
A reversed voice message code is the heard at the very end of the opening theme song when the "Gravity Falls" title and the "created by Alex Hirsch" credit zoom in. The message changes after a number of episodes.
Some foreign versions have the picture on Stan's fez removed. Cryptograms shown at the very end of the episode's credits may also be removed.
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