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18th Jan '17 4:22:09 PM StevenJones
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Isla Fisher nearly drowned due to this. During production of 'Now You See Me', while filming the tank scene, Isla became stuck and began banging on the wall of the tank to alert the crew. They didn't realize that anything was wrong because her actions were exactly what the script required her to do. Luckily she was able to untangle the chain and free herself.

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* Isla Fisher nearly drowned due to this. During production of 'Now You See Me', while filming the tank scene, Isla became stuck and began banging on the wall of the tank to alert the crew. They didn't realize that anything was wrong because her actions were exactly what the script required her to do. Luckily she was able to untangle the chain and free herself.
18th Jan '17 4:21:29 PM StevenJones
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Isla Fisher nearly drowned due to this. During production of 'Now You See Me', while filming the tank scene, Isla became stuck and began banging on the wall of the tank to alert the crew. They didn't realize that anything was wrong because her actions were exactly what the script required her to do. Luckily she was able to untangle the chain and free herself.
29th Dec '16 9:51:06 AM Andyroid
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* As seen in the page quote, ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' subverts this. Mabel ''thinks'' this trope will be in effect when the supernatural events of "Sock Opera" spill over into her puppet show. The audience ''did'' think the fight was part of the show, [[RealityEnsues but they hated it]].

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* As seen in the page quote, ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' subverts this. this in "Sock Opera'. Mabel ''thinks'' this trope will be in effect when the supernatural events of "Sock Opera" spill over into her puppet show. The audience ''did'' think the fight was part of the show, [[RealityEnsues but they hated it]].
25th Dec '16 6:54:51 AM Korodzik
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* According to contemporary accounts, when Sophie Blanchard's (the first female balloonist) balloon caught fire during one of her performances (an accident which caused her death), most of the audience initially cheered and applauded Madame Blanchard for such a spectacular show.
16th Dec '16 7:49:53 AM Odacon_Spy
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-->'''[[Obstructive Bureaucrat Hermes]]:''' ''Is this really happening or just being staged?''

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-->'''[[Obstructive Bureaucrat -->'''[[ObstructiveBureaucrat Hermes]]:''' ''Is this really happening or just being staged?''
6th Dec '16 11:03:23 AM JoeMerl
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-->'''[[Obstructive Bureaucrat Hermes]]:''' ''Is this really happening or just being staged?''
-->'''[[ReluctantMadScientist Professor]]:''' ''It can't be real...''
-->'''[[AsianAirhead Amy]]:''' ''Not if [[ActionGirl Leela]] [[spoiler:[[AndNowYouMustMarryMe is engaged]]]].''
6th Dec '16 10:54:03 AM JoeMerl
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'''Audience''': ... ''BOO!''[[note]] WE ALMOST DIED![[/note]]

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'''Audience''': ... ''BOO!''[[note]] ''[[SubvertedTrope BOO!]]''[[note]] WE ALMOST DIED![[/note]]
2nd Dec '16 10:57:12 AM AsForMyHandle
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'''Audience''': ... ''[[SubvertedTrope BOO!]]''[[note]] WE ALMOST DIED![[/note]]

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'''Audience''': ... ''[[SubvertedTrope BOO!]]''[[note]] ''BOO!''[[note]] WE ALMOST DIED![[/note]]
11th Nov '16 3:37:57 PM AutumnLeaves
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* There are also various stories based on this sort of thing happening during an opera - one of Agatha Christie's involves ''Theatre/{{Tosca}}'', with the actor playing Scarpia getting KilledForReal (and it turning out the soprano was so good at Tosca because her life had parallels to it).

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* There are also various stories based on this sort of thing happening during an opera - one of Agatha Christie's involves ''Theatre/{{Tosca}}'', with the actor playing Scarpia getting KilledForReal KilledOffForReal (and it turning out the soprano was so good at Tosca because her life had parallels to it).
11th Nov '16 3:36:49 PM AutumnLeaves
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* In Mikhail Krylov's fantasy novella ''Eternity'' there is a gorgeous show to celebrate an appulse of planets. Midway through the performance, the Sun and planets in the sky start disappearing due to an evil sorcery, and for a long while the audience thinks it a stroke of genius on the director's part.



** There's also various stories based on this sort of thing happening during an opera - one of Agatha Christie's involves ''Theatre/{{Tosca}}'', with the actor playing Scarpia getting Killed for Real (and it turning out the soprano was so good at Tosca because her life had parallels to it).

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** There's * There are also various stories based on this sort of thing happening during an opera - one of Agatha Christie's involves ''Theatre/{{Tosca}}'', with the actor playing Scarpia getting Killed for Real KilledForReal (and it turning out the soprano was so good at Tosca because her life had parallels to it).
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