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12th May '16 5:36:24 PM Galacton
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** The song most commonly known as Zelda's Lullaby originated in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]'' as the song played when rescuing one of the Maidens. It returned as Zelda's {{Leitmotif}} in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]'' and has being associated with her ever since. (However, this one's a bit less clear than most: the ''full'' version of the song only plays in ''A Link to the Past'' once: when you meet Zelda at the beginning of the game. Every time thereafter is an alternate version that leaves a movement out.)

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** The song most commonly known as Zelda's Lullaby originated in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]'' as the song played plays when rescuing one of the Maidens. It returned as Zelda's {{Leitmotif}} in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]'' and has being associated with her ever since. (However, this one's a bit less clear than most: the ''full'' version of the song only plays in ''A Link to the Past'' once: when you meet Zelda at the beginning of the game. Every time thereafter is an alternate version that leaves a movement out.)
8th May '16 10:34:39 PM erforce
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* ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'': The Terminator leitmotif (Dum-Dum-Dut-Dum-Dum) was first created in the ''second'' film. In the first film, a similar but different leitmotif is heard during key scenes (opening credits, police shootout, closing credits). Further, in the first two films, the Terminator actually had an entirely different leitmotif when it appeared in most scenes. It wasn't until the third film (headed by an entirely different production crew) that the leitmotif was attached to the character himself, but it has remained that way ever since.

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* ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'': The Terminator leitmotif (Dum-Dum-Dut-Dum-Dum) was first created in the ''second'' ''[[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay second]]'' film. In the [[Film/TheTerminator first film, film]], a similar but different leitmotif is heard during key scenes (opening credits, police shootout, closing credits). Further, in the first two films, the Terminator actually had an entirely different leitmotif when it appeared in most scenes. It wasn't until the [[Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines third film film]] (headed by an entirely different production crew) that the leitmotif was attached to the character himself, but it has remained that way ever since.
22nd Apr '16 8:45:49 AM Ambaryerno
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** The "nature" theme originally associated with the Ents in ''The Two Towers'' is eventually shifted to the Rohirrim, with a TriumphantReprise as a build-up to the Charge in ''Return of the King''.
22nd Apr '16 7:12:01 AM MeleKalikimaka
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** In ''Film/TheForceAwakens'', the Rebellion fanfare from the original trilogy is tied to scenes involving the Millennium Falcon.
18th Apr '16 5:50:19 PM VanSisean
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** In ''[[Film/AttackOfTheClones]]'' and ''[[Film/RevengeOfTheSith]]'', Darth Maul's original leitmotif ''Duel of the Fates'' is appropriated for, respectively, the scene in which Anakin goes to rescue [[spoiler: his mother]] from the Tusken Raiders and for segments of the FinalBattle between [[spoiler: Yoda and Palpatine]].

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** In ''[[Film/AttackOfTheClones]]'' ''[[Film/AttackOfTheClones Episode II]]'' and ''[[Film/RevengeOfTheSith]]'', ''[[Film/RevengeOfTheSith Episode III]]'', Darth Maul's original leitmotif ''Duel of the Fates'' is appropriated for, respectively, the scene in which Anakin goes to rescue [[spoiler: his mother]] from the Tusken Raiders and for segments of the FinalBattle between [[spoiler: Yoda and Palpatine]].
18th Apr '16 5:49:54 PM VanSisean
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** In ''[[Film/StarWarsAttackOfTheClones]]'' and ''[[Film/StarWarsRevengeOfTheSith]]'', Darth Maul's original leitmotif ''Duel of the Fates'' is appropriated for, respectively, the scene in which Anakin goes to rescue [[spoiler: his mother]] from the Tusken Raiders and for segments of the FinalBattle between [[spoiler: Yoda and Palpatine]].

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** In ''[[Film/StarWarsAttackOfTheClones]]'' ''[[Film/AttackOfTheClones]]'' and ''[[Film/StarWarsRevengeOfTheSith]]'', ''[[Film/RevengeOfTheSith]]'', Darth Maul's original leitmotif ''Duel of the Fates'' is appropriated for, respectively, the scene in which Anakin goes to rescue [[spoiler: his mother]] from the Tusken Raiders and for segments of the FinalBattle between [[spoiler: Yoda and Palpatine]].
18th Apr '16 5:49:22 PM VanSisean
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** In ''[[Film/StarWarsEpisodeII Attack of the Clones]]'' and ''[[Film/StarWarsEpisodeIII Revenge of the Sith]]'', Darth Maul's original leitmotif ''Duel of the Fates'' is appropriated for, respectively, the scene in which Anakin goes to rescue [[spoiler: his mother]] from the Tusken Raiders and for segments of the FinalBattle between [[spoiler: Yoda and Palpatine]].

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** In ''[[Film/StarWarsEpisodeII Attack of the Clones]]'' ''[[Film/StarWarsAttackOfTheClones]]'' and ''[[Film/StarWarsEpisodeIII Revenge of the Sith]]'', ''[[Film/StarWarsRevengeOfTheSith]]'', Darth Maul's original leitmotif ''Duel of the Fates'' is appropriated for, respectively, the scene in which Anakin goes to rescue [[spoiler: his mother]] from the Tusken Raiders and for segments of the FinalBattle between [[spoiler: Yoda and Palpatine]].
18th Apr '16 5:48:23 PM VanSisean
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** In ''[[Film/StarWarsEpisodeII Attack of the Clones]]'' and ''[[Film/StarWarsEpisodeIII Revenge of the Sith]]'', Darth Maul's original leitmotif ''Duel of the Fates'' is appropriated for, respectively, the scene in which Anakin goes to rescue [[spoiler: his mother]] from the Tusken Raiders and for segments of the FinalBattle between [[spoiler: Yoda and Palpatine]].
17th Apr '16 4:09:18 PM HeroicJay
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** The song most commonly known as Zelda's Lullaby originated in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]'' as the song played when rescuing one of the Maidens. It returned as Zelda's {{Leitmotif}} in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]'' and has being associated with her ever since.

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** The song most commonly known as Zelda's Lullaby originated in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]'' as the song played when rescuing one of the Maidens. It returned as Zelda's {{Leitmotif}} in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]'' and has being associated with her ever since. (However, this one's a bit less clear than most: the ''full'' version of the song only plays in ''A Link to the Past'' once: when you meet Zelda at the beginning of the game. Every time thereafter is an alternate version that leaves a movement out.)
13th Feb '16 5:13:09 PM Oflameo
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** English dub: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVf8007iFUg Gohan's Super Saiyan theme]]. It's actually the Hyperbolic Time Chamber theme, as the first comment says, but everyone knows it either as "Gohan's Super Saiyan theme" or "Gohan's Super Saiyan 2 theme", because of the 5 seconds or so that can be heard when Gohan transforms to [=SSJ2=] for the first time. It doesn't help the fact that Gohan doesn't have an official Super Saiyan theme.

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** English dub: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVf8007iFUg com/watch?v=m_S8KQwRveg Gohan's Super Saiyan theme]]. It's actually the Hyperbolic Time Chamber theme, as the first comment says, but everyone knows it either as "Gohan's Super Saiyan theme" or "Gohan's Super Saiyan 2 theme", because of the 5 seconds or so that can be heard when Gohan transforms to [=SSJ2=] for the first time. It doesn't help the fact that Gohan doesn't have an official Super Saiyan theme.
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