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9th Dec '17 12:29:03 PM nombretomado
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* Disney parks' Meet-The-Princess events actually make use of several actresses at once, bringing each party of guests to meet "the" DisneyPrincess in question in separate, identically-themed audience chambers. If they didn't, the waiting lines would be a ''lot'' longer and the actresses' much-needed breaks couldn't be arranged as smoothly.

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* Disney parks' Meet-The-Princess events actually make use of several actresses at once, bringing each party of guests to meet "the" DisneyPrincess Franchise/DisneyPrincess in question in separate, identically-themed audience chambers. If they didn't, the waiting lines would be a ''lot'' longer and the actresses' much-needed breaks couldn't be arranged as smoothly.
16th Nov '17 10:56:42 AM Kartoonkid95
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': In "The Book Job", it's revealed that the ''Angelica Button'' books, like all teen lit novels apparently, were written by a team of ghostwriters using a fake name and that the "author" is an actor hired by the publishers. This gives Homer the idea to put together his own team (comprised of himself, Bart, Patty, Principal Skinner, Moe, Professor Frink and Creator/NeilGaiman) to write a novel and eventually make Lisa the "author".
16th Nov '17 10:33:32 AM Kartoonkid95
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* Jay Ward and Bill Scott, creators of ''WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle'' and other cartoons, used the collective name of Ponsonby Britt, O.B.E. in the credits of their shows. This was because Creator/{{ABC}} wanted "executive producer" for ''Rocky and His Friends'' and the two were already credited as "producers".

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* Jay Ward and Bill Scott, creators of ''WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle'' and other cartoons, used the collective name of Ponsonby Britt, O.B.E. in the credits of their shows. This was because Creator/{{ABC}} wanted an "executive producer" for ''Rocky and His Friends'' and the two were already credited as "producers".
16th Nov '17 10:33:04 AM Kartoonkid95
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* Jay Ward and Bill Scott, creators of ''WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle'' and other cartoons, used the collective name of Ponsonby Britt, O.B.E. in the credits of their shows. This was because Creator/{{ABC}} wanted "executive producer" for ''Rocky and His Friends'' and the two were already credited as "producers".
29th Oct '17 2:10:22 PM nombretomado
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* {{CLAMP}} is a group of four women who write manga together. Unlike most examples there has never really been an attempt to hide this, with most manga containing chibi depictions of the authors on the back covers.

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* {{CLAMP}} Creator/{{CLAMP}} is a group of four women who write manga together. Unlike most examples there has never really been an attempt to hide this, with most manga containing chibi depictions of the authors on the back covers.
16th Sep '17 4:25:16 PM Kartoonkid95
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* ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'': In "Fool on the Ed", the cul-de-sac is apparently being terrorized by a "prank master" that is playing elaborate jokes on the kids, causing the Eds to become paranoid over being his next victims. It turns out there was no prank master; the other kids pretended to be pranked to mess with their heads.
15th Sep '17 4:14:34 PM Weaver
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* James S. A. Corey, author of ''Literature/TheExpanse'' is actually two people, Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck.
* Eando Binder was the pen name of two brothers, Earl and Otto Binder.
15th Sep '17 10:38:49 AM Silverblade2
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* Eric the Red, from ''ComicBook/XMen'', is actually several characters under an alias: Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} the first time, an undercover Shi'ar agent named Davan Shakari the second, and SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}} the third (when it's him, he's called ''Erik'' the Red, as in Erik Magnus Lehnsherr). It's never explained why Shakari chose to use Cyclops' old alias, since there was no connection between them.

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* Eric the Red, from ''ComicBook/XMen'', is actually several characters under an alias: Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} the first time, an undercover Shi'ar agent named Davan Shakari the second, and SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}} ComicBook/{{Magneto}} the third (when it's him, he's called ''Erik'' the Red, as in Erik Magnus Lehnsherr). It's never explained why Shakari chose to use Cyclops' old alias, since there was no connection between them.



* In the beginning of his 2015 relaunch, SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} had a group of mercenaries impersonate him to extend his reach across the globe. Some of them looked almost identical to Deadpool, while others had a completely different physique to him. This was later somewhat averted when Deadpool had his impersonators wear color-coded uniforms to help differentiate them from yet another impostor, one who wasn't in cahoots with Deadpool and was threatening his friends and reputation.

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* In the beginning of his 2015 relaunch, SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} had a group of mercenaries impersonate him to extend his reach across the globe. Some of them looked almost identical to Deadpool, while others had a completely different physique to him. This was later somewhat averted when Deadpool had his impersonators wear color-coded uniforms to help differentiate them from yet another impostor, one who wasn't in cahoots with Deadpool and was threatening his friends and reputation.
26th Aug '17 10:30:17 AM CritterKeeper
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* Macy's department store has a huge crowd of children wanting to see Santa every year. They have a complex network of branching paths which allows them to have several Santas working at once without any children ever seeing more than one of them.
23rd Aug '17 9:28:09 AM Sharlee
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* Disney parks' Meet-The-Princess events actually make use of several actresses at once, bringing each party of guests to meet "the" DisneyPrincess in question in separate, identically-themed audience chambers. If they didn't, the waiting lines would be a ''lot'' longer and the actresses, a lot more tired by the end of the day.

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* Disney parks' Meet-The-Princess events actually make use of several actresses at once, bringing each party of guests to meet "the" DisneyPrincess in question in separate, identically-themed audience chambers. If they didn't, the waiting lines would be a ''lot'' longer and the actresses, a lot more tired by the end of the day.actresses' much-needed breaks couldn't be arranged as smoothly.
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