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30th Jan '16 7:26:04 PM zarpaulus
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* In ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'' Bing Bong, Riley's old Imaginary Friend, has a small bag that he stores a mountain of memory spheres along with some random stuff. When he dumps it all out to stick the core memories in it he explains that "it's imaginary."
28th Jan '16 9:20:19 AM Morgenthaler
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YMMV sinkhole.
* In ''Film/TheMask'', Jim Carrey's character Stanley Ipkiss is searched by cops while wearing the mask, and they find an impossibly huge stash of items in his trouser pockets, including (but not limited to) a bazooka, a bowling pin, giant sunglasses, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny and a picture of Lt. Callaway's wife.]]
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* In ''Film/TheMask'', Jim Carrey's character Stanley Ipkiss is searched by cops while wearing the mask, and they find an impossibly huge stash of items in his trouser pockets, including (but not limited to) a bazooka, a bowling pin, giant sunglasses, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny and a picture of Lt. Callaway's wife.]]
28th Jan '16 9:19:11 AM Morgenthaler
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Split animated films and live-action films.
* ''{{Erstwhile}}'': A heroine packs three dresses in a nutshell. This is not a metaphor; [[http://www.erstwhiletales.com/allfur-04/#.T0lW7PGDsy5 we see her do it.]]
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* ''{{Erstwhile}}'': ''ComicBook/{{Erstwhile}}'': A heroine packs three dresses in a nutshell. This is not a metaphor; [[http://www.erstwhiletales.com/allfur-04/#.T0lW7PGDsy5 we see her do it.]]

[[folder:Film]] * ''Film/MaryPoppins'' has her carpet bag. She opens it and pulls out a hat stand and a full-length mirror, followed by a plant, and an ornate and lit floor lamp. When the children Jane and Michael inspect the carpet bag, it appears to be empty. * [[Creator/MarxBrothers Harpo Marx]] often pulled impossibly large and numerous objects out of his coat pockets. This was most likely the inspiration for Wakko Warner, the Doctor, and probably most of the more comical examples listed herein. * In ''Film/TheMask'', Jim Carrey's character Stanley Ipkiss is searched by cops while wearing the mask, and they find an impossibly huge stash of items in his trouser pockets, including (but not limited to) a bazooka, a bowling pin, giant sunglasses, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny and a picture of Lt. Callaway's wife.]] * In ''Film/MrMagoriumsWonderEmporium'', Eric Applebaum brings Mr. Magorium some pajamas during his stay in the hospital, and also produces a number of improbable items, such as a garden hose, a euphonium, a plank of wood, etc., from a paper grocery bag.
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[[folder:Film]] * ''Film/MaryPoppins'' has her carpet bag. She opens it and pulls out a hat stand and a full-length mirror, followed by a plant, and an ornate and lit floor lamp. When the children Jane and Michael inspect the carpet bag, it appears to be empty. * [[Creator/MarxBrothers Harpo Marx]] often pulled impossibly large and numerous objects out of his coat pockets. This was most likely the inspiration for Wakko Warner, the Doctor, and probably most of the more comical examples listed herein. * In ''Film/TheMask'', Jim Carrey's character Stanley Ipkiss is searched by cops while wearing the mask, and they find an impossibly huge stash of items in his trouser pockets, including (but not limited to) a bazooka, a bowling pin, giant sunglasses, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny and a picture of Lt. Callaway's wife.]] * In ''Film/MrMagoriumsWonderEmporium'', Eric Applebaum brings Mr. Magorium some pajamas during his stay in the hospital, and also produces a number of improbable items, such as a garden hose, a euphonium, a plank of wood, etc., from a paper grocery bag.[[folder:Films -- Animated]]

* In ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd'', Elizabeth Swann was forced to remove numerous weapons, a majority of which she easily pulls out from her trousers, including a sawed-off rifle. * Both films of ''Film/TemptationIsland'' has Suzanne/Serafina's make-up box. * In Disney Channel's ''Film/{{Halloweentown}}'' series of movies, Agatha Cromwell has one of these that's also ''alive''.

* In ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd'', Elizabeth Swann was forced Although RJ's bag in ''WesternAnimation/OverTheHedge'' may not be limitless, it is shown to remove numerous weapons, contain a majority lot of which she easily pulls out from her trousers, different items, including a sawed-off rifle. * Both films of ''Film/TemptationIsland'' has Suzanne/Serafina's make-up box. * In Disney Channel's ''Film/{{Halloweentown}}'' series of movies, Agatha Cromwell has one of these that's also ''alive''.boomerang he pulls out whenever he's looking for things.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]] * ''Film/MaryPoppins'' has her carpet bag. She opens it and pulls out a hat stand and a full-length mirror, followed by a plant, and an ornate and lit floor lamp. When the children Jane and Michael inspect the carpet bag, it appears to be empty. * [[Creator/MarxBrothers Harpo Marx]] often pulled impossibly large and numerous objects out of his coat pockets. This was most likely the inspiration for Wakko Warner, the Doctor, and probably most of the more comical examples listed herein. * In ''Film/TheMask'', Jim Carrey's character Stanley Ipkiss is searched by cops while wearing the mask, and they find an impossibly huge stash of items in his trouser pockets, including (but not limited to) a bazooka, a bowling pin, giant sunglasses, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny and a picture of Lt. Callaway's wife.]] * In ''Film/MrMagoriumsWonderEmporium'', Eric Applebaum brings Mr. Magorium some pajamas during his stay in the hospital, and also produces a number of improbable items, such as a garden hose, a euphonium, a plank of wood, etc., from a paper grocery bag. * In ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd'', Elizabeth Swann was forced to remove numerous weapons, a majority of which she easily pulls out from her trousers, including a sawed-off rifle. * Both films of ''Film/TemptationIsland'' has Suzanne/Serafina's make-up box. * In Disney Channel's ''Film/{{Halloweentown}}'' series of movies, Agatha Cromwell has one of these that's also ''alive''.''alive''. [[/folder]]

* Although RJ's bag in ''Film/OverTheHedge'' may not be limitless, it is shown to contain a lot of different items, including a boomerang he pulls out whenever he's looking for things.
28th Jan '16 9:17:28 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' 3, Elizabeth Swann was forced to remove numerous weapons, a majority of which she easily pulls out from her trousers, including a sawed-off rifle.
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* In ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' 3, ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd'', Elizabeth Swann was forced to remove numerous weapons, a majority of which she easily pulls out from her trousers, including a sawed-off rifle.
28th Jan '16 9:17:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''MrMagoriumsWonderEmporium'', Eric Applebaum brings Mr. Magorium some pajamas during his stay in the hospital, and also produces a number of improbable items, such as a garden hose, a euphonium, a plank of wood, etc., from a paper grocery bag.
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* In ''MrMagoriumsWonderEmporium'', ''Film/MrMagoriumsWonderEmporium'', Eric Applebaum brings Mr. Magorium some pajamas during his stay in the hospital, and also produces a number of improbable items, such as a garden hose, a euphonium, a plank of wood, etc., from a paper grocery bag.
16th Jan '16 11:30:19 AM Sharlee
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** In an interview, Pratchett revealed that he originally created the Luggage for an actual D&D game he was running. It would carry everyone's gear and do whatever it was told, but would do ''only' what it was told and was something of a LiteralGenie. Players had to word their requests very carefully, or they risked it walking off a cliff carrying the entire party inventory.

** In an interview, Pratchett revealed that he originally created the Luggage for an actual D&D game he was running. It would carry everyone's gear and do whatever it was told, but would do ''only' what it was told and was something of a LiteralGenie. Players had to word their requests very carefully, or they risked it walking off a cliff carrying the entire party inventory.
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** In an interview, Pratchett revealed that he originally created the Luggage for an actual D&D game he was running. It would carry everyone's gear and do whatever it was told, but would do ''only' what it was told and was something of a LiteralGenie. Players had to word their requests very carefully, or they risked it walking off a cliff carrying the entire party inventory.The Cornucopia from ''Discworld/{{Wintersmith}}'' also.
4th Jan '16 4:39:26 PM nombretomado
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** In his appearances in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' and ''SoulCalibur'', he's shown pulling the items from his hat (or that general area).
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** In his appearances in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' and ''SoulCalibur'', ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur'', he's shown pulling the items from his hat (or that general area).
2nd Jan '16 6:36:21 AM Hanz
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* ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'': The eponymous Banjo's [[MemeticMutation famous blue backpack]] is able to carry pretty much every PlotCoupon in the game without trouble, along with his partner, Kazooie. He also uses it in the sequel for a specific move that transports items that are as big - or bigger - than he is. But only if Kazooie gets out first.
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* ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'': The eponymous Banjo's [[MemeticMutation [[MemeticOutfit famous blue backpack]] is able to carry pretty much every PlotCoupon in the game without trouble, along with his partner, Kazooie. He also uses it in the sequel for a specific move that transports items that are as big - or bigger - than he is. But only if Kazooie gets out first.
24th Dec '15 3:27:00 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* The woman in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTCLMbPEVFI this commercial from 1987]] has a pizza, a two-foot-long hoagie, a birthday cake with candles, and a Kit Kat in her purse. Also, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4V11bVFHrY this guy from another commercial]] had an ice cream cone, hamburger, sausage link, lobster, and of course, a Kit Kat in his pocket.
22nd Dec '15 2:48:14 PM Fireblood
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* In ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' 3, Elizabeth Swann was forced to remove numerous weapons, majority of which she easily pulls out from her trousers, including a sawed rifle.
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* In ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' 3, Elizabeth Swann was forced to remove numerous weapons, a majority of which she easily pulls out from her trousers, including a sawed sawed-off rifle.

** Mad-Eye Moody has a trunk with seven different locks revealing different interiors that all co-exist with each other. The last is [[spoiler: big enough to fit Moody himself, and he spends most of the year there while Crouch Jr impersonates him.]]
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** Mad-Eye Moody has a trunk with seven different locks revealing different interiors that all co-exist with each other. The last is [[spoiler: big enough to fit Moody himself, and he spends most of the year there while Barty Crouch Jr Jr. impersonates him.]]

** In an interview, Pratchett revealed that he originally created the Luggage for an actual D&D game he was running. It would carry everyone's gear and do whatever it was told, but would do ''only' what it was told and was something of a LiteralGenie. Players had to word their requests very carefully, or they risked it walking of a cliff carrying the entire party inventory.
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** In an interview, Pratchett revealed that he originally created the Luggage for an actual D&D game he was running. It would carry everyone's gear and do whatever it was told, but would do ''only' what it was told and was something of a LiteralGenie. Players had to word their requests very carefully, or they risked it walking of off a cliff carrying the entire party inventory.

** The series combines a room sized version of BagOfHolding with PortableHole to get wizardly "pup tents": slap the pup tent up against the nearest convenient wall and it turns into a doorway to your own personal-and-portable bedroom. Or, in a pinch, use magic to hang it off of thin air.
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** The series combines a room sized room-sized version of a BagOfHolding with a PortableHole to get wizardly "pup tents": slap the pup tent up against the nearest convenient wall and it turns into a doorway to your own personal-and-portable bedroom. Or, in a pinch, use magic to hang it off of thin air.

** In "Detour", they were travelling with another pair of agents to a team-building seminar, so one would assume they brought mainly their nice suits. However, an interesting X-File comes to their way, and there they are, investigating in the woods in casual sportswear and jeans, so if they hadn't gone shopping, their suitcases had this ability as well. It's a shame that they didn't bring any of those magical bags to the woods. They had to spend there a night and a day without water and food and Scully had to try to set a fire with opening a bullet and using the powder to ignite...
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** In "Detour", they were travelling with another pair of agents to a team-building seminar, so one would assume they brought mainly their nice suits. However, an interesting X-File comes to their way, and there they are, investigating in the woods in casual sportswear and jeans, so if they hadn't gone shopping, their suitcases had this ability as well. It's a shame that they didn't bring any of those magical bags to the woods. They had to spend there a night and a day there without water and food food, and Scully had to try to set a fire with by opening a bullet and using the powder to ignite...ignite it...
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