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15th Jan '18 10:51:46 PM TPercival
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* An very early Disney example as shown in ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' during Snow White's terrifying flight through the spooky forest, her cape, along with her skirt gets caught in the tree branches, twice. But she manages to free herself without any signs of tears. Later on, her cape gets caught another on a branch, but her animal friends free it for her.

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* An very early Disney example as shown in ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' during Snow White's terrifying flight through the spooky forest, her cape, along with her skirt gets caught in the tree branches, twice. But she manages to free herself without any signs of tears. Later on, her cape gets caught on a another on branch in a branch, different part of the forest, but her animal friends free it for her.
28th Dec '17 4:05:01 AM TPercival
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* An early Disney example occurs in ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' when [[spoiler:Prince Philip's cape gets caught in the branches of Maleficent's forest of thorns. Merryweather alerts the faeries to this and they use their magic to free his cape from the thorny branches without a single tear.]]

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* An very early Disney example as shown in ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' during Snow White's terrifying flight through the spooky forest, her cape, along with her skirt gets caught in the tree branches, twice. But she manages to free herself without any signs of tears. Later on, her cape gets caught another on a branch, but her animal friends free it for her.
* An early Disney example occurs in ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' when [[spoiler:Prince Philip's cape gets caught in the branches of Maleficent's forest of thorns. Merryweather alerts the faeries fairies to this and they use their magic to free his cape from the thorny branches without a single tear.]]
4th Dec '17 12:20:30 AM ultimomant
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** Queen Rhea grabs Supergirl's cape and throws her through a rooftop's air conditioning unit.
13th Nov '17 2:01:10 PM CloudCuckooClock
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* In ''WebAnimation/RWBYChibi'', episode 6 has a short dedicated to how impractical her cape is.

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* In ''WebAnimation/RWBYChibi'', episode ** Episode 6 of ''WebAnimation/RWBYChibi'' has a short dedicated to how impractical her cape is.
6th Oct '17 1:17:07 PM Prfnoff
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* ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'': In one of Calvin's earliest attempts at playing a superhero, strikes a dramatic pose in his cape and says, "''This'' is a job for..." He then proceeds to trip over his cape and fall to the ground (tangling himself up into a ball in the process), before finishing his sentence: "...someone else."

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* ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'': In one of Calvin's earliest attempts at playing a superhero, he strikes a dramatic pose in his cape and says, "''This'' is a job for..." He then proceeds to trip over his cape and fall to the ground (tangling himself up into a ball in the process), before finishing his sentence: "...someone else."
25th Sep '17 12:23:52 PM lillolillo
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[[folder:Fan Works]]
* In ''ComicBook/PowerGirl'' fanfic ''Fanfic/AForceOfFour'', one of the three villains grasps [[Franchise/WonderWoman Fury]]'s cape to prevent her from helping Power Girl during a battle.
-->"No!" cried Fury, trying to hurl herself at him. But Kizo grabbed her cape and then her arm to hold her back.
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19th Sep '17 4:35:28 PM jccw227
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* In the final battle in ''WesternAnimation/SupermanDoomsday'', as Superman is fighting his clone, at one point he grabs his clone by the cape and swings him around.
15th Sep '17 7:11:25 PM luiz4200
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* ''ComicStrip/USAcres'': [[https://garfield.com/usacres/1989/02/06 Power Pig's cape is stuck at the phone booth's door]].
-->'''Power Pig:''' This looks like a job for... (phone booth falls on him) the paramedics.
23rd Jul '17 2:14:46 PM Tuckerscreator
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* The page image is from a time when ComicBook/CaptainAmerica briefly operated as the superhero Nomad, adopting a cape while experimenting with a new identity due to his disillusionment with the American government.

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* The page image is from a time when ComicBook/CaptainAmerica briefly operated as the superhero Nomad, adopting a cape while experimenting with a new identity due to his disillusionment with the American government. After tripping on it, he immediately tears it off.
16th Jun '17 12:15:18 PM MarcusSLazarus
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** In Batman Beyond, a flashback by Dick Grayson has him note that one reason Bruce wore the cape was that it made it harder for his enemies to actually target ''him'' in fights, due to it concealing most of his body.



* The page image is from a time when ComicBook/CaptainAmerica briefly operated as the superhero Nomad.

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* The page image is from a time when ComicBook/CaptainAmerica briefly operated as the superhero Nomad.Nomad, adopting a cape while experimenting with a new identity due to his disillusionment with the American government.
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