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10th Nov '17 6:44:44 PM Kartoonkid95
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** The 1958 short ''Feather Bluster'' has an elderly Foghorn Leghorn and Barnyard Dawg recalling their past pranks on each other with the grandsons listening in, with clips from ''Henhouse Henery'', ''The High and the Flighty'' and ''All Fowled Up''.


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** The 1959 short ''Tweet Dreams'' has Sylvester going to a psychiatrist about his problems with Tweety, using clips from ''Too Hop to Handle'', ''Sandy Claws'', ''Tweety's Circus'', ''A Street Cat Named Sylvester'' and ''Gift Wrapped''. Oddly, the clip from the first short, which featured Sylvester with his son, is presented as a flashback to Sylvester as a kitten with ''his'' father.
9th Nov '17 12:45:15 PM Kartoonkid95
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* The TropeCodifier (if not the outright TropeMaker) is likely an ''WesternAnimation/OutOfTheInkwell'' short from 1925, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3pVgw1XLRE Koko's Thanksgiving]]. Koko shows Max Fleischer clips from earlier cartoons in order to score some turkey.

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* The TropeCodifier (if not not, the outright TropeMaker) is likely an ''WesternAnimation/OutOfTheInkwell'' short from 1925, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3pVgw1XLRE Koko's Thanksgiving]]. Koko shows Max Fleischer clips from earlier cartoons in order to score some turkey.



* WesternAnimation/BugsBunny had more than one of these.
** The cartoon "Feather Bluster" had an elderly WesternAnimation/FoghornLeghorn and George P. Dog reminiscing about times they got the best of each other.

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* WesternAnimation/BugsBunny Besides the full-length features, the ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' shorts had more than one several of these.
** The cartoon "Feather Bluster" had an elderly WesternAnimation/FoghornLeghorn and George P. Dog reminiscing 1951 short ''His Hare-Raising Tale'' has Bugs Bunny telling his nephew Clyde about times they got his adventures from ''Baseball Bugs'', ''Stage Door Cartoon'', ''Rabbit Punch'', ''Falling Hare'' and ''Haredevil Hare''.
** The 1959 short ''Hare-abian Nights'' has Bugs ending up in a sultan's palace and forced to tell stories, which he does with clips from ''Bully for Bugs'', ''Water, Water Every Hare'' and ''Sahara Hare''.
** The 1964 short ''Freudy Cat'' has Sylvester Jr. taking his father to a psychiatrist to talk about his problems with
the best of each other."giant mouse", as illustrated with scenes from ''The Slap-Hoppy Mouse'', ''Cats A-weigh!'' and ''Who's Kitten Who?''.
9th Nov '17 8:28:42 AM Cavery210
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* Although ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' never had an entire clip show, it played with the idea a little. For filler the anime would often have scenes taking place away from the action where characters would reminisce about events from both DBZ and ''Manga/DragonBall'' and could range anywhere from five to ten minutes. For example, late during the Goku/Freeza fight after [[spoiler:everyone else gets teleported back to Earth by Porunga]] there's an episode that devotes a little bit of time to have Piccolo think back on his past with Goku, which then features clips of mainly from the Piccolo storylines from Dragon Ball. Another episode has Muten Roshi explain the history of the Red Ribbon Army to some of the supporting cast hanging out on his island early on during the Artificial Human saga, which in turn features clips from the entire Red Ribbon Army arc from the original Dragon Ball. Given the [[LongRunners length of the series]], those flashbacks were probably included because the people making the anime thought people legitimately wouldn't remember (or wouldn't even have seen) stuff that was important to a new plot. They became particularly important when the show was exported, because the original ''Dragon Ball'' hadn't been aired outside of Japan.

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* Although ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' never had an entire clip show, it played with the idea a little. For filler the anime would often have scenes taking place away from the action where characters would reminisce about events from both DBZ and ''Manga/DragonBall'' and could range anywhere from five to ten minutes. For example, late during the Goku/Freeza fight after [[spoiler:everyone else gets teleported back to Earth by Porunga]] there's an episode that devotes a little bit of time to have Piccolo think back on his past with Goku, which then features clips of mainly from the Piccolo storylines from Dragon Ball. Another episode has Muten Roshi explain the history of the Red Ribbon Army to some of the supporting cast hanging out on his island early on during the Artificial Human saga, which in turn features clips from the entire Red Ribbon Army arc from the original Dragon Ball. Given the [[LongRunners length of the series]], those flashbacks were probably included because the people making the anime thought people legitimately wouldn't remember (or wouldn't even have seen) stuff that was important to a new plot. They became particularly important when the show was exported, exported to America, because everything past the original first 13 episodes of ''Dragon Ball'' hadn't been aired outside of Japan.weren't dubbed until later.
8th Nov '17 9:03:13 AM CaptainTedium
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** ''Biker Mice From Mars'' had numerous clip shows, often with very flimsy excuses.

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** ''Biker Mice From Mars'' The original 1993 series had numerous five clip shows, often with very flimsy excuses.show episodes: "The Tribunal", "The Inquisition", "Villain of the Year", "Mad Scientist Wanted", and "Academy of Hard Knocks".
31st Oct '17 5:34:13 PM Roo
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* The hundredth issue of ''ComicBook/TheSimpsons Comics'' is essentially a [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS4E18SoItsComeToThisASimpsonsClipShow Simpsons clip show]] in comic form. The issue revolves around Bart and Lisa discovering that there are comics about them, and trying to find out why they never knew this, while getting to read snippets from earlier issues.
30th Sep '17 2:36:45 AM foxley
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* ''Series/QueenOfSwords'': "End of Days", with the standard-issue LockedInARoom framing device. And quite a bit of FoeYay, too.
29th Sep '17 8:08:44 PM Rubber_Lotus
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* Want to see what this can look like in the hands of a master? Creator/AlanMoore did one of these during his run on ''ComicBook/SwampThing'', retelling the original Swamp Thing story from ''House of Secrets'' #92 with a framing device that (re)introduced Cain and Abel as storytellers in the realm of Dream. That's right, a single-issue clip show[[note]]Granted, the reprint material only took up about a third of the issue[[/note]] singlehandedly laid the groundwork for Creator/NeilGaiman's ''ComicBook/TheSandman''.
22nd Sep '17 4:16:39 AM TFSyndicate
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** And again in "Morty's Mind Blowers", where Ricky downright admits that this is "not a Simpsons Halloween special...More like a clip show made of ''clips you never sawwww!!!''"

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** And again in "Morty's Mind Blowers", where Ricky Rick downright admits that this is "not a Simpsons Halloween special...More like a "a clip show made of ''clips you never sawwww!!!''"
18th Sep '17 5:51:55 PM TFSyndicate
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** And again in "Morty's Mind Blowers", where Ricky downright admits that this is "not a Simpsons Halloween special...More like a clip show made of ''clips you never sawwww!!!''"
18th Sep '17 5:20:13 AM jormis29
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** "The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular" (Season 7): A take on sitcom retrospective episodes of the 1970s (like the ''Series/ThreesCompany'' example mentioned above). It had Troy [=McClure=] hosting a retrospective of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', showing viewers the show's early years as animated filler on ''The Tracy Ullman Show'', deleted scenes from popular episodes (all of which are real, according to WordOfGod, including the infamous "Robotic Richard Simmons" scene from season 5's "Burns' Heir"), portraying Matt Groening as a bald, drunken gun nut (instead of a bearded, bespectacled nerd), and, of course, "[[NakedPeopleAreFunny hard-core nudity]]!"

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** "The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular" (Season 7): A take on sitcom retrospective episodes of the 1970s (like the ''Series/ThreesCompany'' example mentioned above). It had Troy [=McClure=] hosting a retrospective of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', showing viewers the show's early years as animated filler on ''The Tracy Ullman Show'', ''Series/TheTraceyUllmanShow'', deleted scenes from popular episodes (all of which are real, according to WordOfGod, including the infamous "Robotic Richard Simmons" scene from season 5's "Burns' Heir"), portraying Matt Groening as a bald, drunken gun nut (instead of a bearded, bespectacled nerd), and, of course, "[[NakedPeopleAreFunny hard-core nudity]]!"
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