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15th Jun '16 3:21:29 AM Morgenthaler
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* Princess Flame does this in ''BlazingDragons'', [[RememberedICouldFly completely forgetting about her ability to fly]].

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* Princess Flame does this in ''BlazingDragons'', ''WesternAnimation/BlazingDragons'', [[RememberedICouldFly completely forgetting about her ability to fly]].
11th Jun '16 6:36:54 PM gumballclarence
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* Jeff from ''WesternAnimation/{{Clarence}}'' uses one to escape from his room in "Jeff Wins."
6th Jun '16 3:24:32 AM DrFraud
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* In ''Grim Facade 7: Monster in Disguise'' the detective uses one to chase after the killer.
2nd Jun '16 2:06:06 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Literature/TheShadowOverInnsmouth'' by HPLovecraft, the protagonist escapes from an upper story of the local HellHotel by using the drapes as a ladder.

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* In ''Literature/TheShadowOverInnsmouth'' by HPLovecraft, Creator/HPLovecraft, the protagonist escapes from an upper story of the local HellHotel by using the drapes as a ladder.
26th May '16 9:39:15 PM DrFraud
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* In ''Irma La Douce'' Nestor Patou is put in jail for "murdering" his alter ego "Lord X" after being caught throwing the Lord's clothing into the Seine when he tired of the pretense. The local bartender, Moustache brings him a bunch of Irma's trademark green silk stockings. When he asks why Moustache says that if he doesn't want them then he should throw them out the window. He finally gets the hint and makes his escape later that day.

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* In ''Irma La Douce'' Nestor Patou is put in jail for "murdering" his alter ego "Lord X" after being caught throwing the Lord's clothing into the Seine when he tired of the pretense. The local bartender, bartender Moustache brings him a bunch of Irma's trademark green silk stockings. When he asks why Moustache says that if he doesn't want them then he should throw them out the window. He finally gets the hint and makes his escape later that day.


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* Edward uses one to leave Morgana's castle in ''Witches' Legacy 6: The Dark Throne''.
* In ''Cadenza 3: Havana Nights'' the main character uses a bunch of Maria's scarves to avoid the police by escaping from her balcony.
29th Apr '16 2:57:55 PM margdean56
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* Nicely subverted by ComicStrip/ModestyBlaise; she carefully keeps track of the guard rotations and uses equipment specially [[VictoriasSecretCompartment smuggled in her bra]] to saw through the bar. When the guard sees the Bedsheet Ladder and rushes into the cell, she brains him from behind with the cut out bar. Now she has the run of the place to recon the real escape before hiding in the neighboring cell.

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* Nicely subverted by ComicStrip/ModestyBlaise; she carefully keeps track of the guard rotations and uses equipment specially [[VictoriasSecretCompartment smuggled in her bra]] to saw through the bar. When the guard sees the Bedsheet Ladder and rushes into the cell, she brains him from behind with the cut out cut-out bar. Now she has the run of the place to recon the real escape before hiding in the neighboring cell.



* ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'': Jason places a ladder constructed of tied together handkerchiefs in Quincy's cage, along with a book on lock picking and a few paperclips and hair clips, in an attempt to create plausible deniability when turns the iguana loose in Paige's sleepover.

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* ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'': Jason places a ladder constructed of tied together tied-together handkerchiefs in Quincy's cage, along with a book on lock picking and a few paperclips and hair clips, in an attempt to create plausible deniability when he turns the iguana loose in Paige's sleepover.


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* This is how the heroine of {{Georgette Heyer}}'s ''The Corinthian'' meets the hero: he notices her climbing out of her window using a bedsheet ladder (she's also [[SweetPollyOliver dressed as a boy]]), and, when the makeshift rope turns out to be too short, agrees to catch her when she jumps. Cue "''You're'' not a boy!"
15th Apr '16 11:08:26 PM ConnorDavisMurphy
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* ''Webcomic//TheWorldIsFlat'' depicts this [[http://theworldisflatcomics.tumblr.com/post/141107098814/moonlighting-as-a-dinosaur-i-recently-surpassed here.]]

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* ''Webcomic//TheWorldIsFlat'' ''Webcomic/TheWorldIsFlat'' depicts this [[http://theworldisflatcomics.tumblr.com/post/141107098814/moonlighting-as-a-dinosaur-i-recently-surpassed here.]]
15th Apr '16 11:07:52 PM ConnorDavisMurphy
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* ''Webcomic//TheWorldIsFlat'' depicts this [[http://theworldisflatcomics.tumblr.com/post/141107098814/moonlighting-as-a-dinosaur-i-recently-surpassed here.]]
16th Mar '16 12:18:06 PM Morgenthaler
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* Parodied on ''MarriedWithChildren'', as Al tries to escape from his greedy family by climbing down a rope made of toilet paper. It works, even though there's no way it could have supported his weight, but Peg and the kids catch him trying to sneak out anyway.

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* Parodied on ''MarriedWithChildren'', ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'', as Al tries to escape from his greedy family by climbing down a rope made of toilet paper. It works, even though there's no way it could have supported his weight, but Peg and the kids catch him trying to sneak out anyway.
20th Feb '16 12:20:31 PM jamespolk
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* Linda escapes her apparently unpleasant boarding school this way in ''Film/DaysOfHeaven''.
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