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27th Mar '18 5:40:04 PM foxley
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* In ''Film/MurderAtTheBaskervilles'', Stanford is blindfolded when being brought to or taken from Moriarty's hideout.
20th Jan '18 10:00:13 PM DrOO7
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* Although we don't see it, Marian and Sarah (her maid) ask for this to be done when they're taken to ''Film/RobinHoodPrinceOfThieves''' hideaway so as not to endanger him or the other outlaws hiding there.



* A LifetimeMovieOfTheWeek told the story of a young woman married to a mafioso. While he was in hiding, she would drive to a local restaurant where she would be met by his associates in the mafia and blindfolded before being driven to his secret location. The explanation for this was "if you don't know where you're going, you can't tell anyone", namely the cops looking to interrogate her in order to find out where her husband was.

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* A The LifetimeMovieOfTheWeek told ''The Last Mafia Marriage'' is the story of a young woman married to a mafioso. While he was in hiding, she would drive to a local restaurant where she would be met by his associates in the mafia and blindfolded before being driven to his secret location. The explanation for this was "if you don't know where you're going, you can't tell anyone", namely the cops looking to interrogate her in order to find out where her husband was.
8th Jan '18 8:13:56 AM Cryoclaste
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* This happens to Literature/NancyDrew in the book ''The Captive Witness'', set in communist East Germany, when she is taken to a viewing a film that has been banned by the country's government. Of course, being NancyDrew, she is still able to get a general idea of where she's been taken by making note of how long they've been driving, the sounds she hears, and the number of stairs at their destination.

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* This happens to Literature/NancyDrew in the book ''The Captive Witness'', set in communist East Germany, when she is taken to a viewing a film that has been banned by the country's government. Of course, being NancyDrew, Nancy Drew, she is still able to get a general idea of where she's been taken by making note of how long they've been driving, the sounds she hears, and the number of stairs at their destination.
24th Nov '17 7:32:34 AM walale12
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* The infamous moment in ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'' where it's either really, really cool or controllers go flying.

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* The infamous moment "Mike Toreno" mission in ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'' ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'', where it's either really, really cool or controllers go flying.you have to track down a stolen van, based on Toreno telling T-bone Mendez what he can hear from his surroundings outside the van.
24th Jun '17 9:33:20 AM nombretomado
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* This happens to NancyDrew in the book ''The Captive Witness'', set in communist East Germany, when she is taken to a viewing a film that has been banned by the country's government. Of course, being NancyDrew, she is still able to get a general idea of where she's been taken by making note of how long they've been driving, the sounds she hears, and the number of stairs at their destination.
* Happen in one of the JudgeDee stories, where the victim thinks he was taken somewhere in the mountains in a closed palanquin. Tao Gan, however, thinks it's a ruse- he thinks it more likely that they carriers simply tilted the palanquin and walked around the inner courtyard of a large house, with the occasional "Watch the cliff!" for effect.

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* This happens to NancyDrew Literature/NancyDrew in the book ''The Captive Witness'', set in communist East Germany, when she is taken to a viewing a film that has been banned by the country's government. Of course, being NancyDrew, she is still able to get a general idea of where she's been taken by making note of how long they've been driving, the sounds she hears, and the number of stairs at their destination.
* Happen in one of the JudgeDee ''Literature/JudgeDee'' stories, where the victim thinks he was taken somewhere in the mountains in a closed palanquin. Tao Gan, however, thinks it's a ruse- he thinks it more likely that they carriers simply tilted the palanquin and walked around the inner courtyard of a large house, with the occasional "Watch the cliff!" for effect.
13th Jun '17 4:54:25 AM Piterpicher
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* [[DirtyJobs Mike Rowe]] is blindfolded on the trip to the source of the mud used to dirty MLB baseballs (pristine balls are difficult to grip). He says it reminds him of "that time I interviewed that sheik."

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* [[DirtyJobs [[Series/DirtyJobs Mike Rowe]] is blindfolded on the trip to the source of the mud used to dirty MLB baseballs (pristine balls are difficult to grip). He says it reminds him of "that time I interviewed that sheik."
27th Dec '16 5:28:44 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Sandor Clegane is hooded after he's captured by the Brotherhood without Banners.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones''. ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
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Sandor Clegane is hooded after he's captured by the Brotherhood without Banners.Banners, along with Arya and Gendry.
21st Dec '16 2:28:41 AM Caunion
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* ''Film/RogueOne''. Saw Gerrara's forces take Jyn, Cassian, Baze, and Chirrut to their base but put bags over their head. Chirrut, already blind himself, is exasperated.
-->'''Chirrut''': Are you kidding me? ''[[LampshadeHanging I'm blind!]]''
6th Dec '16 4:09:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the 2009 ''Film/SherlockHolmes'' movie, Sherlock Holmes has a bag slipped over his head, and is taken to a secret location... however [[SherlockScan being Sherlock Holmes]], he easily provides a turn-by-turn recap of the route they took.

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* In the 2009 ''Film/SherlockHolmes'' ''Film/SherlockHolmes2009'' movie, Sherlock Holmes has a bag slipped over his head, and is taken to a secret location... however [[SherlockScan being Sherlock Holmes]], he easily provides a turn-by-turn recap of the route they took.
3rd Nov '16 11:23:50 AM dmcreif
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* in the 2009 ''Film/SherlockHolmes'' movie Holmes has a bag slipped over his head, and is taken to a secret location... however [[SherlockScan being Sherlock Holmes]] he easily reconstructs a turn-by-turn account of their route.

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* in In the 2009 ''Film/SherlockHolmes'' movie movie, Sherlock Holmes has a bag slipped over his head, and is taken to a secret location... however [[SherlockScan being Sherlock Holmes]] Holmes]], he easily reconstructs provides a turn-by-turn account recap of their route.the route they took.
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