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14th Jul '17 4:34:26 PM NightShade96
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Compare DoorFu, which is when a character tears off a door and uses it as a weapon.

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Compare DoorFu, which is when a character tears off a door (or picks up a torn-off door) and uses it as a weapon.
14th Jul '17 4:28:45 PM NightShade96
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Compare DoorFu, which is when a character tears off a door and uses it as a weapon.
21st May '17 1:50:03 PM MasterofGalaxies4628
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheMadDoctor'' has this get pulled on WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse near the end. It sets up [[StrappedToAnOperatingTable strapping him to an operating table]] for the climax.
25th Feb '17 6:52:26 PM rva98014
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* In ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', Nick successfully does this to a [[StealthPun ram battering]] at the glass window in a door.

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* In ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', As one of the BigBad's ram minions does a full-on charge against the locked door of the subway car, Nick successfully does uses this to a [[StealthPun ram battering]] at against him so he goes charging into one of his fellow minions knocking him out the glass window and getting stuck there in a door.his place.
14th Jan '17 2:03:44 PM Statzkeen
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* Used twice in the comedy TV series ''Series/GetSmart''. Once when Maxwell Smart and 99 are trapped in a corridor with two villains trying to break down the doors on either side. Our heroes open each door in turn so they knock themselves out. CONTROL agents know this as the "Double Door Deception Trick." Another time, Smart and the Chief are breaking into a cabin from opposite ends, when CONTROL agents simultaneously open both doors. Smart and the Chief run past each other and out the opposite doors, and one CONTROL agent shoots at each of them - missing and shooting one another instead.

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* Used twice in the comedy TV series ''Series/GetSmart''. Once when Maxwell Smart and 99 are trapped in a corridor with two villains trying to break down the doors on either side. Our heroes open each door in turn so they knock themselves out. CONTROL agents know this as the "Double Door Deception Trick." Another time, Smart and the Chief are breaking into a cabin from opposite ends, when CONTROL CHAOS agents simultaneously open both doors. Smart and the Chief run past each other and out the opposite doors, and one CONTROL agent two CHAOS agents shoots at each of them - missing and shooting one another instead.
14th Jan '17 1:56:35 PM Statzkeen
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* Used in the comedy TV series ''Series/GetSmart'' when Maxwell Smart and 99 are trapped in a corridor with two villains trying to break down the doors on either side. Our heroes open each door in turn so they knock themselves out. CONTROL agents know this as the "Double Door Deception Trick."

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* Used twice in the comedy TV series ''Series/GetSmart'' ''Series/GetSmart''. Once when Maxwell Smart and 99 are trapped in a corridor with two villains trying to break down the doors on either side. Our heroes open each door in turn so they knock themselves out. CONTROL agents know this as the "Double Door Deception Trick."" Another time, Smart and the Chief are breaking into a cabin from opposite ends, when CONTROL agents simultaneously open both doors. Smart and the Chief run past each other and out the opposite doors, and one CONTROL agent shoots at each of them - missing and shooting one another instead.
13th Jan '17 7:42:52 PM Kartoonkid95
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* The climax of the ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' short "Professor Tom", Tom tries to ram the front door down to get at Jerry. However, Tom's pupil opens up the door (and gets SquashedFlat by Tom), then Jerry sets up an innertube across the backyard patio so that Tom will be sling-shot back through the doors and into the mailbox.
8th Oct '16 1:07:38 PM eroock
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4th Sep '16 4:37:10 AM erforce
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* Creator/PeterSellers in ''[[Franchise/ThePinkPanther A Shot in the Dark]]''. He charges at a door just as it opens, and his momentum carries him across the room, out the opposite window, and into a river.

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* Creator/PeterSellers in ''[[Franchise/ThePinkPanther A Shot in the Dark]]''.''Film/AShotInTheDark''. He charges at a door just as it opens, and his momentum carries him across the room, out the opposite window, and into a river.



* Done for humor in ''[[Film/TheCannonballRun Cannonball Run 2]]'', a case of when the door isn't opened from the other side. When JJ (Burt Reynolds) and company infiltrate the Pinto Ranch to rescue the ArabOilSheikh and discover the room he's in, they decide to break the door down, which he, Victor (Creator/DomDeLuise) and Vendebaum (Sammy Davis Jr.) begin charging at. Problem is, Blake (Dean Martin) accidentally pushes the door open just as the former trio run right through it, and thus end up running through the room into the far end with a bonk.

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* Done for humor in ''[[Film/TheCannonballRun Cannonball Run 2]]'', ''Film/CannonballRunII'', a case of when the door isn't opened from the other side. When JJ (Burt Reynolds) and company infiltrate the Pinto Ranch to rescue the ArabOilSheikh and discover the room he's in, they decide to break the door down, which he, Victor (Creator/DomDeLuise) and Vendebaum (Sammy Davis Jr.) begin charging at. Problem is, Blake (Dean Martin) accidentally pushes the door open just as the former trio run right through it, and thus end up running through the room into the far end with a bonk.
17th Jun '16 10:11:46 PM WillBGood
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** The 1942 Bugs Bunny cartoon "Hold the Lion, Please!" has Bugs do this to Leo the lion-- and in an especially ridiculous way, as the door is set in an upright frame ''in the middle of the jungle''. Now Leo isn't the sharpest knife in the drawer, but he clutches the IdiotBall extra tight, as he's prompted to ram the door after Bugs dangles a key in front of him-- ''around the door frame''-- and then snatches it away.

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** The 1942 Bugs Bunny cartoon "Hold the Lion, Please!" Please" has Bugs do this to Leo the lion-- and in an especially ridiculous way, as the door is set in an upright frame ''in the middle of the jungle''. Now Leo isn't the sharpest knife in the drawer, but he clutches the IdiotBall extra tight, as he's prompted to ram the door after Bugs dangles a key in front of him-- ''around the door frame''-- and then snatches it away.
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