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10th Apr '17 8:40:54 AM jamespolk
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* ''Film/AChairyTale'' is a Canadian short film about a fully sentient chair who refuses to let a man sit in it, zipping continually around the room while the man tries and fails to catch the chair and sit.
31st Mar '17 8:22:38 AM erforce
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* Almost every piece of furniture in the cabin in ''Film/EvilDead'' due to DemonicPossession.

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* Almost every piece of furniture in the cabin in ''Film/EvilDead'' ''Film/EvilDead2'' due to DemonicPossession.
30th Mar '17 4:52:38 PM MorningStar1337
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* ''WebAnimation/HanazukiFullOfTreasures'':
** The Hemkas' ability to merge and mold themselves into the shape of pretty much anything they want gives the appearance of this.
** Dazzlessence Jones is an animate inanimate Diamond.
26th Feb '17 10:58:52 AM Luppercus
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* Some episodes of the fantasy-oriented 2000s reboot of ''WesternAnimation/{{Babar}}'' has countries or "lands" of animated inanimated objects like the Land of Toys, the Land of Games and the Land of Ice.
21st Feb '17 6:30:02 AM Malady
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* ''FanFic/TriptychContinuum'': From ''[[Recap/TriptychContinuumAnchorFoal Anchor Foal]]'': After his first meeting with Fleur, Discord sneaks into the Canterlot Archives to learn about dating, doing so through bringing the books in the relevant section to life and having them lecture him on the subject. This quickly turns frustrating: while the books agree on what dating is, none of them can reach a consensus on ''how'' to do it, and he soon restores them to normal -- with the exception of a harem fantasy novel which wasn't even supposed to be in that section. (One of the junior Archivists had been reading it on the sly.) He winds up taking that book with him as a declared "research assistant." It's capable of speech and getting headaches without the benefit of having an actual head, it's a female, and as of Chapter 10, he's named her Harem Fantasy.
15th Feb '17 3:30:04 PM KagSwirby
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** A few more that are based on inanimate objects, yet are not implied to have been animated by outside forces, include Magnemite (magnets), Gardevoir (possibly anesama ningyou, a style of paper doll), Bronzor (a bronze mirror), and Bronzong (a bronze bell). Black and White have many more, including Trubbish (a garbage bag), Klink (a pair of gears), Munna (a Japanese form of incense burner), Darumaka (whose line is based off daruma dolls), and Litwick (a ghostly candle, which evolves into a lamp, and then a chandelier). X and Y then introduced Honedge (a sword possessed by an ancient spirit, that evolves into two swords and finally a {{BFS}} with a shield), Klefki (an animated key-ring ''[[OurFairiesAreDifferent fairy]]'').

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** A few more that are based on inanimate objects, yet are not implied to have been animated by outside forces, include Magnemite (magnets), Gardevoir (possibly anesama ningyou, a style of paper doll), Bronzor (a bronze mirror), and Bronzong (a bronze bell). bell).
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Black and White have many more, including Trubbish (a garbage bag), Klink (a pair of gears), Munna (a Japanese form of incense burner), Darumaka (whose line is based off daruma dolls), and Litwick (a ghostly candle, which evolves into a lamp, and then a chandelier). chandelier).
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X and Y then introduced Honedge (a sword possessed by an ancient spirit, that evolves into two swords and finally a {{BFS}} with a shield), and Klefki (an animated key-ring ''[[OurFairiesAreDifferent fairy]]'').fairy]]'').
** Stufful, if it counts, is based on a stuffed teddy bear.
9th Feb '17 9:23:06 AM Morgenthaler
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* By adding the adjective, "live" or "living" to any noun in SuperScribblenauts, the conjured item gains the abilities to move, hold objects, attack people and objects, etc. regardless if it would have been animate or not without the addition word.

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* By adding the adjective, "live" or "living" to any noun in SuperScribblenauts, ''VideoGame/SuperScribblenauts'', the conjured item gains the abilities to move, hold objects, attack people and objects, etc. regardless if it would have been animate or not without the addition word.
31st Jan '17 10:10:04 AM dabantam
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* The scraps from ''Literature/TheKrockman'' count, seeing as they are formed broken souls merging with inanimate objects (or in some cases, a forgotten ideal) and taking on a child-like form.
30th Jan '17 3:09:33 AM jormis29
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* Merlyn in T.H. White's ''The Sword in the Stone'' (1939) has a set of dishware that talk and clean themselves. Chapter 3: "At this all the china and cutlery scrambled down off the table, the cloth emptied the crumbs out of the window, and the napkins folded themselves up. All ran off down the ladder, to where Merlyn had left the bucket, and there was such a noise and yelling as if a lot of children had been let out of school. Merlyn went to the door and shouted, 'Mind, nobody is to get broken.' But his voice was entirely drowned out in shrill squeals, splashes, and cries of 'My it is cold,' "I shan't stay in long,' 'Look out, you'll break me,' or 'Come on, let's duck the teapot.'" Expanded on in the Disney animated film based on this work.

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* Merlyn in T.H. White's ''The ''[[Literature/TheOnceAndFutureKing The Sword in the Stone'' Stone]]'' (1939) has a set of dishware that talk and clean themselves. Chapter 3: "At this all the china and cutlery scrambled down off the table, the cloth emptied the crumbs out of the window, and the napkins folded themselves up. All ran off down the ladder, to where Merlyn had left the bucket, and there was such a noise and yelling as if a lot of children had been let out of school. Merlyn went to the door and shouted, 'Mind, nobody is to get broken.' But his voice was entirely drowned out in shrill squeals, splashes, and cries of 'My it is cold,' "I shan't stay in long,' 'Look out, you'll break me,' or 'Come on, let's duck the teapot.'" Expanded on in the Disney animated film based on this work.
29th Jan '17 9:42:17 PM dcollins
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* Merlyn in T.H. White's ''The Sword in the Stone'' (1939) has a set of dishware that talk and clean themselves. Chapter 3: "At this all the china and cutlery scrambled down off the table, the cloth emptied the crumbs out of the window, and the napkins folded themselves up. All ran off down the ladder, to where Merlyn had left the bucket, and there was such a noise and yelling as if a lot of children had been let out of school. Merlyn went to the door and shouted, 'Mind, nobody is to get broken.' But his voice was entirely drowned out in shrill squeals, splashes, and cries of 'My it is cold,' "I shan't stay in long,' 'Look out, you'll break me,' or 'Come on, let's duck the teapot.'" Expanded on in the Disney animated film based on this work.
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