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11th Oct '17 6:15:27 AM jormis29
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* At the behest of Alfred Hitchcock himself, audiences were not allowed to enter ''Film/{{Psycho}}'' after the film began, as to not spoil the twists. One of which being the fact that the character we spend the entire first part of the film with is replaced with an entirely new one, despite the fact Janet Leigh was promoted as the star on all the advertising.

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* At the behest of Alfred Hitchcock Creator/AlfredHitchcock himself, audiences were not allowed to enter ''Film/{{Psycho}}'' after the film began, as to not spoil the twists. One of which being the fact that the character we spend the entire first part of the film with is replaced with an entirely new one, despite the fact Janet Leigh Creator/JanetLeigh was promoted as the star on all the advertising.
4th Oct '17 4:50:50 PM jamespolk
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* ''Film/SafetyLast'''s opening shot makes it look as if HaroldLloyd is about to be hanged, until the reverse shot of the same scene shows he's just leaving on a train trip.

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* ''Film/SafetyLast'''s opening shot makes it look as if HaroldLloyd Creator/HaroldLloyd is about to be hanged, until the reverse shot of the same scene shows he's just leaving on a train trip.trip. The "noose" is that hook where they used to hang mailbags in the old days.



* Trailer example: The 1939 coming-attractions spot for Creator/JohnFord's ''Film/{{Stagecoach}}'' (a Western set just after the CivilWar) opens with....documentary footage of trains (a stretch for the Old West, but still believable) and airplanes! It makes no sense at all without the narrator's commentary: he's comparing the present (1930s) with the past, and actual footage from the movie doesn't show up in the trailer until the narrator says something along the lines of "What were things like back then?" (Weird, to be sure, but justified and even effective for a moviegoing audience who up to this point had probably never seen a Western movie, or at least one that was done so well.)
* The ''Film/{{Bean}}'' trailer opens with a montage of ''National Geographic''-style footage of exotic locales, including one showing some tribal islanders worshiping a statue. The narrator explains that the statue is of Mr. Bean, although [[RuleOfFunny it's never explained to us why the islanders would believe Mr. Bean was a god]].
* The trailer for ''Film/MrBeansHoliday'' starts with a montage of brave explorers throughout history, going on to equate those with Mr. Bean's journey... [[MundaneMadeAwesome to the beach]].

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* Trailer example: The 1939 coming-attractions spot for Creator/JohnFord's ''Film/{{Stagecoach}}'' (a Western set just after the CivilWar) opens with....documentary footage of trains (a stretch for the Old West, but still believable) and airplanes! It makes no sense at all without the narrator's commentary: he's comparing the present (1930s) ''Film/BadGirl'': Dorothy is being assisted with putting on a wedding dress. She talks about how nervous she is. "Here Comes the past, and actual footage from the movie doesn't show up in the trailer until the narrator says something along the lines of "What were things like back then?" (Weird, to be sure, but justified and even effective for a moviegoing audience who up to this point had probably never seen a Western movie, or at least one that was done so well.)
* The ''Film/{{Bean}}'' trailer opens with a montage of ''National Geographic''-style footage of exotic locales, including one showing some tribal islanders worshiping a statue. The narrator explains that the statue is of Mr. Bean, although [[RuleOfFunny it's never explained to us why the islanders would believe Mr. Bean was a god]].
* The trailer for ''Film/MrBeansHoliday''
Bride" starts up. Dorothy walks out the door...and joins a chain of brides. Who then walk through a dining hall filled with diners. She's a montage of brave explorers throughout history, going on to equate those with Mr. Bean's journey... [[MundaneMadeAwesome to the beach]].floor model, modeling wedding dresses at a department store.



* ''Film/WithoutWarning1994'' begins with a murder mystery, itself titled ''Without Warning'', starring LoniAnderson (in a cameo). Minutes in, [[WeInterruptThisProgram the show is preempted]] by a PhonyNewscast special report about meteor strikes; the rest of the film is this news coverage.

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* ''Film/WithoutWarning1994'' begins with a murder mystery, itself titled ''Without Warning'', starring LoniAnderson Creator/LoniAnderson (in a cameo). Minutes in, [[WeInterruptThisProgram the show is preempted]] by a PhonyNewscast special report about meteor strikes; the rest of the film is this news coverage.
2nd Oct '17 7:38:23 AM otemple700
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* ''Manga/DeadmanWonderland'' begins with Ganta Igarashi in his middle school talking with his friends and potential LoveIntrest as they wait for their homeroom to start... and then Wretched Egg appears and everything goes downhill for there.

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* ''Manga/DeadmanWonderland'' begins with Ganta Igarashi in his middle school talking with his friends and potential LoveIntrest love intrest as they wait for their homeroom to start... and then Wretched Egg appears and everything goes downhill for there.
2nd Oct '17 7:37:38 AM otemple700
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* ''Manga/DeadmanWonderland'' begins with Ganta Igarashi in his middle school talking with his friends and potential LoveIntrest as they wait for their homeroom to start... and then Wretched Egg appears and everything goes downhill for there.
7th Aug '17 4:39:22 AM StFan
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* The first episode of the Creator/TeamFourStar version of ''WebVideo/HellsingUltimateAbridged'' starts with a bit that seems to show it as an abridgement of ''Anime/OnePiece''. Adding onto the joke, the group had repeatedly teased that ''One Piece'' was going to be the special project... and then 20 seconds in it cuts to a blood covered room full of corpses, Alucard shooting Edward from ''Twilight'' about 40 times, and the psychopathic fun begins.
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* Both ''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice'' and ''Film/{{Frankenweenie}}'' are non-drawn animated film (puppets and stop-motion respectively) that jokingly start with badly-animated scenes that are actually made by characters in-universe, and the actual films have much higher production values. For the record, the opening scenes are respectively a puppet show in France (in a film where everyone is a puppet!) and a home-made sci-fi short made by the main character.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Frankenweenie}}'' is a non-drawn animated film (stop-motion specifically) that jokingly start with a badly-animated scene of a home-made sci-fi short made by the main character, and the actual film has much higher production values.



* The {{Popeye}} [[LiveActionAdaptation live-action movie]] opens with what appears to be an old black-and-white Popeye cartoon. Then a (newly-animated) cartoon Popeye emerges and realizes he's in the wrong movie. Then with a thunderclap, we cut to the storm that introduces the setting.

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* The {{Popeye}} ''ComicStrip/{{Popeye}}'' [[LiveActionAdaptation live-action movie]] opens with what appears to be an old black-and-white Popeye cartoon. Then a (newly-animated) cartoon Popeye emerges and realizes he's in the wrong movie. Then with a thunderclap, we cut to the storm that introduces the setting.



* The all-marionette film ''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice'' opens with a poorly-controlled marionette against a crudely painted flat backdrop. After a few moments, the camera pulls back, revealing that this puppet show is just a ShowWithinAShow for the real setting, which is much more elaborate. Trey Parker and Matt Stone did this as [[BitingTheHandHumor a joke to freak out investors]] who had sunk a lot of money into the film.



* ''Film/GIJoeTheRiseOfCobra'' began in France, in the 14th century.

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* ''Film/GIJoeTheRiseOfCobra'' began begins in France, in the 14th century.



* ''Film/{{Help}}'': The ColdOpen in which the cult is about to sacrifice the woman to ''Kalili''. It's this cool, solemn, proto-''Franschise/IndianaJones''-like bit with elaborate CostumePorn....[[MoodWhiplash but then the ring's discovered to be missing....cue the Beatles singing '"Help!"....]]

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* ''Film/{{Help}}'': The ColdOpen in which the cult is about to sacrifice the woman to ''Kalili''. It's this cool, solemn, proto-''Franschise/IndianaJones''-like proto-''Franchise/IndianaJones''-like bit with elaborate CostumePorn....CostumePorn... [[MoodWhiplash but then the ring's discovered to be missing....missing... cue the Beatles singing '"Help!"....]]]]
* ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'': This fun SpaceOpera romp starts out with... a young boy watching his mother die of cancer. Chester of ''WebVideo/BumReviews'' really thought he'd [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCxWpmNIXGs walked into the wrong movie]].






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-->''In May 1980, Fidel Castro opened the harbor at Mariel, Cuba with the apparent intention of letting some of his people join their relatives in the United States. Within seventy-two hours, 3,000 U.S. boats were headed for Cuba. It soon became evident that Castro was forcing the boat owners to carry back with them not only their relatives, but the dregs of his jails. Of the 125,000 refugees that landed in Florida an estimated 25,000 had criminal records.''

-->''Regardless, on October 9, 2004, the Beastie Boys handed out 50 Hi8 cameras to gung-ho audience members. Although none of these camera operators were trained, they captured the show with love and passion.''

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-->''In May 1980, Fidel Castro opened the harbor at Mariel, Cuba with the apparent intention of letting some of his people join their relatives in the United States. Within seventy-two hours, 3,000 U.S. boats were headed for Cuba. It soon became evident that Castro was forcing the boat owners to carry back with them not only their relatives, but the dregs of his jails. Of the 125,000 refugees that landed in Florida an estimated 25,000 had criminal records.''

-->''Regardless,
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Regardless,
on October 9, 2004, the Beastie Boys handed out 50 Hi8 cameras to gung-ho audience members. Although none of these camera operators were trained, they captured the show with love and passion.''



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* The cold opening for WWE's 2010 pay-per-view ''Over The Limit'' at first appears to be a grainy old educational film urging schoolchildren to follow the rules....which then yields to major MoodWhiplash as it becomes apparent that the WWE Superstars are ''not'' going to be doing that.

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* The cold opening for WWE's 2010 pay-per-view ''Over The Limit'' at first appears to be a grainy old educational film urging schoolchildren to follow the rules....rules... which then yields to major MoodWhiplash as it becomes apparent that the WWE Superstars are ''not'' going to be doing that.



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* The all-marionette film ''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice'' opens with a poorly-controlled marionette against a crudely painted flat backdrop. After a few moments, the camera pulls back, revealing that this puppet show is just a ShowWithinAShow for the real setting, which is much more elaborate. Trey Parker and Matt Stone did this as [[BitingTheHandHumor a joke to freak out investors]] who had sunk a lot of money into the film.
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* ''{{Theatre/Godspell}}'' begins with an ensemble number in which Socrates, Thomas Aquinas, Martin Luther, Leonardo da Vinci, Edward Gibbon, Friedrich Nietzsche, Jean-Paul Sartre and Buckminster Fuller argue about philosophy.

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* ''{{Theatre/Godspell}}'' ''Theatre/{{Godspell}}'' begins with an ensemble number in which Socrates, Thomas Aquinas, Martin Luther, Leonardo da Vinci, Edward Gibbon, Friedrich Nietzsche, Jean-Paul Sartre and Buckminster Fuller argue about philosophy.



* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'': The Strong Bad Email "[[http://www.homestarrunner.com/kotpoptoon.html senior prom]]" starts with an intro for "The King of Town's Very Own Quite Popular Cartoon Show", which is quickly interrupted by an announcement that it's being pre-empted for the SB email, "already in progress".

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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'': ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'':
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The Strong Bad Email "[[http://www.homestarrunner.com/kotpoptoon.html senior prom]]" starts with an intro for "The King of Town's Very Own Quite Popular Cartoon Show", which is quickly interrupted by an announcement that it's being pre-empted for the SB email, "already in progress".progress".
** In the "Random Crap with Homestar Runner" [[[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zc3plOLumRc video]], the first 55 seconds are of animated versions of Masterofhomestar and his friends playing VideoGame/TeamFortress2. Then, a character named "Whammy" pops and says 'Woah woah, woah, woah, woah. [[LampshadeHanging What the crap does any of this have to do with Homestar Runner?]]" Garth (the animator and voice of whammy) then apologizes and says he got carried away with making the opening. The ''real'' opening then falls out of nowhere and crushes Whammy.



-->'''Grif''': "Oh, yeah! This DVD is going to be packed with fighting and action!"
-->'''Simmons''': "What, no it's not!"
-->'''Grif''': "[[{{Lampshading}} Then how do you explain all those kick-ass explosions we just saw?]]"

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-->'''Grif''': "Oh, -->'''Grif:''' Oh, yeah! This DVD is going to be packed with fighting and action!"
-->'''Simmons''': "What,
action!\\
'''Simmons:''' What,
no it's not!"
-->'''Grif''': "[[{{Lampshading}}
not!\\
'''Grif:''' [[{{Lampshading}}
Then how do you explain all those kick-ass explosions we just saw?]]"saw?]]



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* In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zc3plOLumRc this]] ''Random Crap With WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' video, the first 55 seconds are of animated versions of Masterofhomestar and his friends playing VideoGame/TeamFortress2. Then, a character named "Whammy" pops and says 'Woah woah, woah, woah, woah. [[LampshadeHanging What the crap does any of this have to do with Homestar Runner?]]" Garth (the animator and voice of whammy) then apologizes and says he got carried away with making the opening. The ''real'' opening then falls out of nowhere and crushes Whammy.
* The first episode of the Creator/TeamFourStar version of ''WebVideo/HellsingUltimateAbridged'' starts with a bit that seems to show it as an abridgement of ''Anime/OnePiece''. Adding onto the joke, the group had repeatedly teased that ''One Piece'' was going to be the special project... and then 20 seconds in it cuts to a blood covered room full of corpses, Alucard shooting Edward from ''Twilight'' about 40 times, and the psychopathic fun begins.
* The ''VideoGame/{{Superman 64}}'' episode of ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'' begins with the Nerd attempting to review the ''Superman'' game for the UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} ("Yeah, that's what you mean, right?"), but he ends up {{Rage Quit}}ting on the third level. He then realises which game was actually requested the most.
--> "Aw, come on. You really want to make me play [the UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}} game]? Well, I'm gonna do it just for you... 'cause I like ya alot. And don't take that too serious."

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* In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zc3plOLumRc this]] ''Random Crap With WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' video, the first 55 seconds are of animated versions of Masterofhomestar and his friends playing VideoGame/TeamFortress2. Then, a character named "Whammy" pops and says 'Woah woah, woah, woah, woah. [[LampshadeHanging What the crap does any of this have to do with Homestar Runner?]]" Garth (the animator and voice of whammy) then apologizes and says he got carried away with making the opening. The ''real'' opening then falls out of nowhere and crushes Whammy.
* The first episode of the Creator/TeamFourStar version of ''WebVideo/HellsingUltimateAbridged'' starts with a bit that seems to show it as an abridgement of ''Anime/OnePiece''. Adding onto the joke, the group had repeatedly teased that ''One Piece'' was going to be the special project... and then 20 seconds in it cuts to a blood covered room full of corpses, Alucard shooting Edward from ''Twilight'' about 40 times, and the psychopathic fun begins.
* The ''VideoGame/{{Superman 64}}''
''VideoGame/Superman64'' episode of ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'' begins with the Nerd attempting to review the ''Superman'' game for the UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} UsefulNotes/Commodore64 ("Yeah, that's what you mean, right?"), but he ends up {{Rage Quit}}ting on the third level. He then realises realizes which game was actually requested the most.
--> "Aw, -->'''AVGN:''' Aw, come on. You really want to make me play [the UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}} UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 game]? Well, I'm gonna do it just for you... 'cause I like ya alot. And don't take that too serious."



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' had a variation of this. The first 3-5 seconds of almost every episode would begin with some bizarre, abstract combination of colors and lines. It would turn out to be a close-up of a random item, which may or [[MacGuffin may not be relevant to the plot.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' had a variation of this. this.
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The first 3-5 seconds of almost every episode would begin with some bizarre, abstract combination of colors and lines. It would turn out to be a close-up of a random item, which may or [[MacGuffin may not be relevant to the plot.]]



* The WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes WartimeCartoon ''Brother Brat'' opens with a stirring, graphically dynamic montage saluting women in the workforce exceptionally handling defense factory work - and it all leads to the big question of where to leave their kid while they're at the job. It's a setup for slapstick mayhem as Porky Pig babysits a terrifying infant.
* Creator/TexAvery in his early years at MGM set up cartoons like ScrewballSquirrel and WesternAnimation/RedHotRidingHood by opening them in the overly saccharine storybook style that had been the studio's stock in trade - before going utterly crazy.
** Tex doesn't waste time in "Batty Baseball." It opens with the title card then a good 20 seconds of cartoon mayhem on the baseball diamond before one of the characters stops everything and demands to know what happened to the MGM lion opening. The narrator apologizes and the MGM lion titles are shown.

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* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'':
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The WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes WartimeCartoon ''Brother Brat'' "Brother Brat" opens with a stirring, graphically dynamic montage saluting women in the workforce exceptionally handling defense factory work - -- and it all leads to the big question of where to leave their kid while they're at the job. It's a setup for slapstick mayhem as Porky Pig babysits a terrifying infant.
* Creator/TexAvery ** 'WesternAnimation/DuckAmuck' starts out with Daffy Duck in a swashbuckling adventure -- and then goes completely off the rails.
--->'''Daffy:''' Psst! Whoever's in charge here... the scenery! Where's the scenery?
* WesternAnimation/TexAveryMGMCartoons:
** In
his early years at MGM MGM, Creator/TexAvery set up cartoons like ScrewballSquirrel "Screwball Squirrel" and WesternAnimation/RedHotRidingHood "WesternAnimation/RedHotRidingHood" by opening them in the overly saccharine storybook style that had been the studio's stock in trade - -- before going utterly crazy.
** Tex doesn't waste time in "Batty Baseball." Baseball". It opens with the title card card, then a good 20 seconds of cartoon mayhem on the baseball diamond diamond, before one of the characters stops everything and demands to know what happened to the MGM lion opening. The narrator apologizes and the MGM lion titles are shown.



* ''WesternAnimation/DuckAmuck'' starts out with Daffy Duck in a swashbuckling adventure--and then goes completely off the rails.
-->'''Daffy:''' Psst! Whoever's in charge here... the scenery! Where's the scenery?



--> ''Randall (the zombie): [[http://www.cc.com/video-clips/a9dcet/ugly-americans-the-demon-chick "Oh my god, you still banging that demon chick? I thought somebody was getting murdered in here last night."]]''

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--> ''Randall -->'''Randall (the zombie): zombie):''' [[http://www.cc.com/video-clips/a9dcet/ugly-americans-the-demon-chick "Oh my god, you still banging that demon chick? I thought somebody was getting murdered in here last night."]]''
28th Jul '17 10:59:56 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Literature/{{Frankenstein}}'' begins with a [[ScrapbookStory series of letters]] from an Arctic explorer to his sister.
** This probably wasn't a surprise to the novel's first readers, since far-off settings and adventurous characters were pretty common in Romantic-era fiction. It's only surprising to ''us'' [[UnbuiltTrope because of what we've been conditioned to expect from the]] ''[[UnbuiltTrope Frankenstein]]'' [[UnbuiltTrope mythos]]. (Some paperback editions of the novel actually pander to modern prejudices by omitting the Arctic framing tale and jumping straight to the creation of the monster, including cover art that depicts the monster as Boris Karloff played him, and even including the tagline "It's alive, it's alive! Oh, God - it's ''alive''!" - [[BeamMeUpScotty which is]] ''[[BeamMeUpScotty not]]'' [[BeamMeUpScotty in the book]].)
25th Jul '17 4:33:09 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* The second season premiere of ''Series/{{Lost}}'' is well known for its opening scene, featuring a faceless character going about his morning business in an ordinary room set to "Make Your Own Kind of Music." Until an explosion and some camera angles reveal we're actually [[spoiler:inside the hatch]]. We eventually learn the character is named [[spoiler:Desmond]].

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* ''Series/{{Lost}}''
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The second season premiere of ''Series/{{Lost}}'' is well known for its opening scene, featuring a faceless character going about his morning business in an ordinary room set to "Make Your Own Kind of Music." Until an explosion and some camera angles reveal we're actually [[spoiler:inside the hatch]]. We eventually learn the character is named [[spoiler:Desmond]].



* The first episode of the 2005 ''Series/DoctorWho'' started off with a normal day in Rose's life: she wakes up, goes to work in a shop, has lunch with her boyfriend... and then a bunch of mannequins come alive and start attacking her.
** This extends to everything before the main action even begins. First we have the dynamic new title sequence. Then we look out at the vast, empty depths of space. We're primed to expect a big-scale space opera to show off what the new series can do...and then Earth comes into view. We fall down, down, down...and finish with an extreme close-up on Rose Tyler's alarm clock.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho''
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The first episode of the 2005 ''Series/DoctorWho'' reboot started off with a normal day in Rose's life: she wakes up, goes to work in a shop, has lunch with her boyfriend... and then a bunch of mannequins come alive and start attacking her.
** This extends to everything before the main action even begins. First we have the dynamic new title sequence. Then we look out at the vast, empty depths of space. We're primed to expect a big-scale space opera to show off what the new series can do...and then Earth comes into view. We fall down, down, down...and finish with an extreme close-up on Rose Tyler's alarm clock.
her.



** This is also how ''Franchise/LawAndOrder'' episodes tend to start; some people going about their business, dramatic music starts playing, we pan over to a body they just found, then cut to the police arriving on the scene.

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** This is also how * ''Franchise/LawAndOrder'' episodes tend to start; start with some people going about their business, dramatic music starts playing, we pan over to a body they just found, then cut to the police arriving on the scene.



* Several episodes of ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' opened on an AffectionateParody of 70s and 80s action shows. "Chuck Versus the Rolemodels" riffed on the opening to ''Series/HartToHart'', while "Chuck Versus the Cat Squad" aped ''Series/CharliesAngels''. Appropriately, both were {{Imagine Spot}}s by Morgan.

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* ''Series/{{Chuck}}''
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Several episodes of ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' opened on an AffectionateParody of 70s and 80s action shows. "Chuck Versus the Rolemodels" riffed on the opening to ''Series/HartToHart'', while "Chuck Versus the Cat Squad" aped ''Series/CharliesAngels''. Appropriately, both were {{Imagine Spot}}s by Morgan.


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* ''Series/GLOW2017'' begins with main character Ruth giving an impassioned monologue about being tough enough to inherit her father's empire. It turns out that this is just an audition, and she's actually a StarvingArtist actress with a completely different personality.
25th Jul '17 4:27:44 PM CaptainCrawdad
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** ''And then'', fitting the "art shift" element, the first scene after this introduction (which is exactly as cut-filled and schizophrenic as it sounds) is a slow {{Oner}}.
19th Jul '17 9:33:21 PM ecuvulle6267
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* ''Film/{{Help}}'': The ColdOpen in which the cult is about to sacrifice the woman to ''Kalili''. It's this cool, solemn, proto-''Franschise/IndianaJones''-like bit with elaborate CostumePorn....[[MoodWhiplash but then the ring's discovered to be missing....cue the Beatles singing '"Help!"....]]
21st Jun '17 5:15:53 AM Alvin
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* Music/ThePixies: The first chord of "Here Comes Your Man" from ''Music/{{Doolittle}}''is very sinister compared to the rest of the song.

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* Music/ThePixies: The first chord of "Here Comes Your Man" from ''Music/{{Doolittle}}''is ''Music/{{Doolittle}}'' is very sinister compared to the rest of the song.
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