History Main / ElevatorGag

17th Oct '15 7:31:36 PM nombretomado
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* ''PorkyInWackyland'' offers an excellent example of the "elevator out of nowhere" variation.

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* ''PorkyInWackyland'' ''WesternAnimation/PorkyInWackyland'' offers an excellent example of the "elevator out of nowhere" variation.
17th Oct '15 4:22:48 PM nombretomado
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* The elevator in ''PoliceSquad!'''s station house opened on such diverse scenes as a mountainside meadow, the stage of an opera house during a production, and a swimming pool.

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* The elevator in ''PoliceSquad!'''s ''Series/PoliceSquad'''s station house opened on such diverse scenes as a mountainside meadow, the stage of an opera house during a production, and a swimming pool.
9th Oct '15 2:51:00 PM nombretomado
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* Played dead serious in the ''PercyJackson'' series: Mount Olympus is on the 600[[superscript:th]] floor of the Empire State Building.

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* Played dead serious in the ''PercyJackson'' ''Literature/{{Percy Jackson|and the Olympians}}'' series: Mount Olympus is on the 600[[superscript:th]] floor of the Empire State Building.
7th Oct '15 3:59:49 PM nombretomado
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* This is a standard gag used by Characters/BugsBunny when he is operating in a skyscraper setting.

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* This is a standard gag used by Characters/BugsBunny WesternAnimation/BugsBunny when he is operating in a skyscraper setting.
17th Sep '15 2:09:43 PM StFan
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* In the European DisneyComics story "Paperino e lo spot a basso costo", an elevator in an advertisement agency has its wires crossed just as a very important customer rides it, so instead of the prestigious top floor, he is taken to Donald's [[KitschyLocalCommercial zero-budget ad agency]] in the basement (and never catches on). His assistant even remarks how surprisingly fast this modern elevator took them to the 100th floor.

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* In the European DisneyComics [[ComicBook/DisneyMouseAndDuckComics Disney Comics]] story "Paperino e lo spot a basso costo", an elevator in an advertisement agency has its wires crossed just as a very important customer rides it, so instead of the prestigious top floor, he is taken to Donald's [[KitschyLocalCommercial zero-budget ad agency]] in the basement (and never catches on). His assistant even remarks how surprisingly fast this modern elevator took them to the 100th floor.
15th Apr '15 8:18:46 PM nombretomado
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* The ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve realm of the Fae in ''DanAndMabsFurryAdventures'' gives you [[http://www.missmab.com/Comics/Vol_806.php this.]] Of note is that they're on an island in the sky.

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* The ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve realm of the Fae in ''DanAndMabsFurryAdventures'' ''Webcomic/DanAndMabsFurryAdventures'' gives you [[http://www.missmab.com/Comics/Vol_806.php this.]] Of note is that they're on an island in the sky.
17th Feb '15 9:40:01 PM MarcInGA
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** In ''Buccaneer Bunny'' the platform on the crow's nest is an elevator.
21st Nov '14 3:15:26 AM CBCook55
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* ''DangerMouse'': Penfold not only discovers an elevator in a tree in "Lost, Found And Spellbound," but he cracks wise about it:
-->'''Penfold:''' I've heard of a trunk going up in a lift but never a lift up in a trunk!
29th Jul '14 5:57:34 PM PhillyDom
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* A ''Film/TheThreeStooges'' short ended with them in an elevator with a gorilla, who is throwing the controls to make the car speed up and down, finally crashing through the roof and hurtling through space. Just a typical day for them.

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* A One of their shorts ended with ''Film/TheThreeStooges'' short ended with them in an elevator with a gorilla, who is throwing the controls to make the car speed up and down, finally crashing through the roof and hurtling through space. Just a typical day for them.
20th May '14 4:44:07 PM Sapphirea2
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* The Great Glass Elevator in ''Literature/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory'', and even more so in the sequel, titled ''Literature/CharlieAndTheGreatGlassElevator''. It can go sideways, and also can crash through the roof without being shattered if it gets up enough speed. [[spoiler:In the sequel, Willy Wonka tries to get them as high up as possible in order to break through the roof of the Chocolate Factory (no one knows why they couldn't use the hole they'd ''left'' through), but they don't reverse direction in time and end up shooting ''into outer space''. In an elevator made of glass.]]

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* The Great Glass Elevator in ''Literature/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory'', and even more so in the sequel, titled ''Literature/CharlieAndTheGreatGlassElevator''. It can go sideways, and also can crash through the roof without being shattered if it gets up enough speed. [[spoiler:In In the sequel, Willy Wonka tries to get them as high up as possible in order to break through the roof of the Chocolate Factory (no one knows why they couldn't (Mr. Wonka doesn't want to use the hole they'd ''left'' through), through because "two holes are better than one"), but they don't reverse direction in time and end up shooting ''into outer space''. In an elevator made of glass.]]glass!
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