History Franchise / ThePhantomOfTheOpera

20th Sep '17 3:00:22 PM DaibhidC
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* ''Literature/AngelsOfMusic'' is a MassiveMultiplayerCrossover centred around the Phantom as a 19th-century Parisian [[Series/CharliesAngels Charlie Townsend]].
2nd Aug '17 10:09:48 PM MangaB
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* ''Song at Midnight'', a 1937 Chinese adaptation which takes a several liberties with the original story, most notably the Phantom's love interest is no longer a singer, while his pupil is a separate ''male'' character, and also shoehorns in a very pro-leftist message. The film was popular to warrant a sequel and four remakes. The film is considered to be China's first horror film.

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* ''Song at Midnight'', a 1937 Chinese adaptation which takes a several liberties with the original story, most notably the Phantom's love interest is no longer a singer, while his pupil is a separate ''male'' character, and also shoehorns in a very pro-leftist message. The film was popular to warrant a sequel and four remakes. The film remakes, and is considered to be China's first horror film.
2nd Aug '17 10:09:02 PM MangaB
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* "Song at Midnight", a 1937 Chinese adaptation which takes a several liberties with the original story, most notably the Phantom's love interest is no longer a singer, while his pupil is a separate "male" character, and also shoehorns in a very pro-leftist message. The film was popular to warrant a sequel and four remakes. The film is considered to be China's first horror film.

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* "Song ''Song at Midnight", Midnight'', a 1937 Chinese adaptation which takes a several liberties with the original story, most notably the Phantom's love interest is no longer a singer, while his pupil is a separate "male" ''male'' character, and also shoehorns in a very pro-leftist message. The film was popular to warrant a sequel and four remakes. The film is considered to be China's first horror film.
2nd Aug '17 8:52:47 AM MangaB
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* Song at Midnight, a 1937 Chinese adaptation which takes a several liberties with the original story, most notably the Phantom's love interest is no longer a singer, while his pupil is a separate male character, while also shoehorning in a very pro-leftist message. The film was popular to warrant a sequel and four remakes.

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* Song "Song at Midnight, Midnight", a 1937 Chinese adaptation which takes a several liberties with the original story, most notably the Phantom's love interest is no longer a singer, while his pupil is a separate male "male" character, while and also shoehorning shoehorns in a very pro-leftist message. The film was popular to warrant a sequel and four remakes. The film is considered to be China's first horror film.
2nd Aug '17 8:50:13 AM MangaB
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* Song at Midnight, a 1937 Chinese adaptation which takes a several liberties with the original story, most notably the Phantom's love interest is no longer a singer, while his pupil is a separate male character, while also shoehorning in a very pro-leftist message. The film was popular to warrant a sequel and four remakes.
24th Jan '17 2:46:51 AM Theatre_Maven_3695
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* ''The WebOriginal/PhantomReviewer'' is mainly a fannish review series, but its framing story is a straight parody of Phantom tropes.

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* ''The WebOriginal/PhantomReviewer'' WebVideo/PhantomReviewer'' is mainly a fannish review series, but its framing story is a straight parody of Phantom tropes.
24th Jan '17 2:45:27 AM Theatre_Maven_3695
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* ''WebOriginal/PhantomReviews'' is mainly a fannish review series, but its framing story is a straight parody of Phantom tropes.

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* ''WebOriginal/PhantomReviews'' ''The WebOriginal/PhantomReviewer'' is mainly a fannish review series, but its framing story is a straight parody of Phantom tropes.
24th Jan '17 2:41:39 AM Theatre_Maven_3695
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* ''WebVideo/PhantomReviews'' is mainly a fannish review series, but its framing story is a straight parody of Phantom tropes.

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* ''WebVideo/PhantomReviews'' ''WebOriginal/PhantomReviews'' is mainly a fannish review series, but its framing story is a straight parody of Phantom tropes.
24th Jan '17 2:39:54 AM Theatre_Maven_3695
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* ''WebVideo/ThePhantomReviewer'' is mainly a fannish review series, but its framing story is a straight parody of Phantom tropes.

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* ''WebVideo/ThePhantomReviewer'' ''WebVideo/PhantomReviews'' is mainly a fannish review series, but its framing story is a straight parody of Phantom tropes.
20th Dec '16 7:43:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* SettingUpdate: Over the years, plays and films have been written that reset the story in other venues. Probably the best-known of these is Brian De Palma's 1974 film ''PhantomOfTheParadise'', which is set in the rock music industry and pastiches several horror/fantasy stories in addition to ''Phantom''.

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* SettingUpdate: Over the years, plays and films have been written that reset the story in other venues. Probably the best-known of these is Brian De Palma's 1974 film ''PhantomOfTheParadise'', ''Film/PhantomOfTheParadise'', which is set in the rock music industry and pastiches several horror/fantasy stories in addition to ''Phantom''.
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