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21st May '16 10:41:40 PM erforce
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* The "Film/{{Ghostbusters}} building", as explicitly pointed out by Egon. In RealLife it's located at 55 Central Park West; however, the real building is shorter and doesn't have the spire at the top, where the climax takes place葉he spire was made using a scale model.

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* The "Film/{{Ghostbusters}} "Film/{{Ghostbusters|1984}} building", as explicitly pointed out by Egon. In RealLife it's located at 55 Central Park West; however, the real building is shorter and doesn't have the spire at the top, where the climax takes place葉he spire was made using a scale model.
4th May '16 6:42:53 AM alnair20aug93
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* The artstyle of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', from the buildings, to the shading, to the character designs, is heavily based on ArtDeco combined with FilmNoir elements. Creator/BruceTimm and his crew even named the animation style as ''Dark Deco''.

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* The artstyle art style of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', from the buildings, to the shading, to the character designs, is heavily based on ArtDeco combined with FilmNoir elements. Creator/BruceTimm and his crew even named the animation style as ''Dark Deco''.
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4th May '16 6:41:40 AM alnair20aug93
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* The artstyle of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', from the buildings, to the shading, to the character designs, is heavily based on ArtDeco combined with FilmNoir elements. Creator/BruceTimm and his crew even named the animation style as ''Dark Deco''.
8th Apr '16 8:35:51 PM R1ck
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* The film ''Film/TheRocketeer'' had Art Deco leanings in it the design of the Rocketeer costume, and the [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/cc/Rocketeermovieposter.jpg promotional posters]] were done in this style.
* The titles in most of the promotional materials for ''Film/TheGreatGatsby'' (2013) are stylized in Art Deco.
* The "Film/{{Ghostbusters}} building", as explicitly pointed out by Egon. In RealLife it's located at 55 Central Park West; however, the real building is shorter and doesn't have the spire at the top, where the climax takes place葉he spire was made using a scale model.
* ''Film/TheAbominableDrPhibes'' is set in the 1920s and has some gorgeous sets, particularly the house interiors of the main characters.
* ''Franchise/TheHungerGames'': In the movies, much of the architectural and graphic design style in the Capitol takes inspiration from this葉he buildings emulate the Soviet/Stalinist Deco school, whilst the trains and sleeker skyscrapers are inspired by "utopian" DieselPunk styles that would not look out of place in an Creator/AynRand novel.

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* The film ''Film/TheRocketeer'' had Art Deco leanings in it the design of the Rocketeer costume, and the [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/cc/Rocketeermovieposter.jpg promotional posters]] were done in this style.
* The titles in most of the promotional materials for ''Film/TheGreatGatsby'' (2013) are stylized in Art Deco.
* The "Film/{{Ghostbusters}} building", as explicitly pointed out by Egon. In RealLife it's located at 55 Central Park West; however, the real building is shorter and doesn't have the spire at the top, where the climax takes place葉he spire was made using a scale model.
* ''Film/TheAbominableDrPhibes'' is set in the 1920s and has some gorgeous sets, particularly the house interiors of the main characters.
* ''Franchise/TheHungerGames'': In the movies, much of the architectural and graphic design style in the Capitol takes inspiration from this葉he buildings emulate the Soviet/Stalinist Deco school, whilst the trains and sleeker skyscrapers are inspired by "utopian" DieselPunk styles that would not look out of place in an Creator/AynRand novel.

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* The music videos for "Take Me Out" and "This Fire" from ''Music/FranzFerdinand2004'' by Music/FranzFerdinand make use of this style a lot, albeit in a very kitsch manner.




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* The music videos for "Take Me Out" and "This Fire" from ''Music/FranzFerdinand2004'' by Music/FranzFerdinand make use of this style a lot, albeit in a very kitsch manner.


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* Tony Harris and his successors on ''ComicBook/{{Starman}}'' gave Opal City a markedly Deco look.



* Cloudbank in {{Transistor}} has some obvious art deco influences, mixed in Film/{{TRON}}-like aesthetics in a [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Midgar-esque]] cyberpunk setting.
* Tony Harris and his successors on ''ComicBook/{{Starman}}'' gave Opal City a markedly Deco look.

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* Cloudbank in {{Transistor}} has some obvious art deco influences, mixed in Film/{{TRON}}-like aesthetics in a [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Midgar-esque]] cyberpunk setting.
* Tony Harris and his successors on ''ComicBook/{{Starman}}'' gave Opal City a markedly Deco look.


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* Cloudbank in {{Transistor}} has some obvious art deco influences, mixed in Film/{{TRON}}-like aesthetics in a [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Midgar-esque]] cyberpunk setting.
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