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20th Sep '16 5:39:23 AM FurryKef
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** This was likely parodying an earlier episode involving a Super Bowl where this was averted and the team's names were spoken without any attempt to cover their lip movements. They used placeholder teams for the lip animations and had to dub over them later, and the dubbing was obvious.

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** This was likely parodying an earlier episode involving a Super Bowl where this was averted and the team's teams' names were spoken without any attempt to cover their lip movements. They used placeholder teams for the lip animations and had to dub over them later, and the dubbing was obvious.
20th Sep '16 5:18:24 AM FurryKef
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** This was likely parodying an earlier episode involving a Super Bowl where this was averted and the team's names were spoken without any attempt to cover their lip movements. They used placeholder teams for the lip animations and had to dub over them later, and the dubbing was obvious.
21st Aug '16 9:12:43 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* Many anime mecha piltos and superheroes have helmets that cover their mouths, for exactly this reason. Examples include ''Casshern'' and ''Grendizer.''

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* Many anime mecha piltos and superheroes have helmets that cover their mouths, for exactly this reason. Examples include ''Casshern'' ''Anime/NeoHumanCasshern'' and ''Grendizer.''Anime/UFORoboGrendizer.''
17th Jun '16 3:07:17 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/TrailOfThePinkPanther'' did this because lead actor Creator/PeterSellers died before the film was even ''conceived!'' The first half is built around unused footage from ''ThePinkPanther Strikes Again.'' The second half is mostly a ClipShow. And twice this trope is invoked with a new-footage stand-in (once in the very last scene) to connect the material.

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* ''Film/TrailOfThePinkPanther'' did this because lead actor Creator/PeterSellers died before the film was even ''conceived!'' The first half is built around unused footage from ''ThePinkPanther Strikes Again.''Film/ThePinkPantherStrikesAgain.'' The second half is mostly a ClipShow. And twice this trope is invoked with a new-footage stand-in (once in the very last scene) to connect the material.
4th May '16 9:19:34 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}'' has a professional juggler do the famous routine where Jareth rolls the glass ball along his hands. One shot has Jareth shown from behind, and another has the juggler's hands held in front of DavidBowie.

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* ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}'' has a professional juggler do the famous routine where Jareth rolls the glass ball along his hands. One shot has Jareth shown from behind, and another has the juggler's hands held in front of DavidBowie.Music/DavidBowie.
1st Apr '16 9:59:47 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheDrewCareyShow'' played with this for its contests where a winner wasn't chosen by the time of filming, even holding a baby in front of the cast's faces to name it. Once it was even parodied when Drew looked straight at the camera with a wide open mouth shot that was dubbed over.

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* ''TheDrewCareyShow'' ''Series/TheDrewCareyShow'' played with this for its contests where a winner wasn't chosen by the time of filming, even holding a baby in front of the cast's faces to name it. Once it was even parodied when Drew looked straight at the camera with a wide open mouth shot that was dubbed over.
19th Mar '16 3:20:06 AM Hossmeister
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20th Feb '16 12:25:42 PM Kartoonkid95
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* On the Oscar telecast of 1996, the Oscar for Animated Short Subject was presented by Belle, Beast & Chip from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''. When it came time for "the Oscar goes to..." Chip held the paper with the winner's name in front of his mouth as he read it out.
** They did it again years later when Woody, Buzz and Jesse from ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'' handed out the same award.

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* On the Oscar telecast of 1996, the Oscar for Animated Short Subject was presented by Belle, Beast & Chip from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''. When it came time for "the Oscar goes to..." Chip held the paper Traditionally, when animated characters are [[RogerRabbitEffect presenting an award during on a live telecast]], they cover their mouths with the winner's envelope so that the voice actor announces the name in front of his mouth as he read it out.
** They did it again years later
the winner (since the animation takes months to produce and the winner isn't announced until when Woody, Buzz and Jesse from ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'' handed out the same award.
they're revealed on-air).
15th Feb '16 3:34:05 PM Zubon
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* In the SoBadItsGood B-horror movie ''Film/TheBeastOfYuccaFlats'', the soundtrack and dialogue was entirely dubbed in by director Creator/ColemanFrancis. The few times someone speaks, their head is either, turned away from the camera, out of the shot, or so far away you can't tell what they're saying, anyway. In the words of the ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' crew:

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* In the SoBadItsGood B-horror movie ''Film/TheBeastOfYuccaFlats'', the soundtrack and dialogue was entirely dubbed in by director Creator/ColemanFrancis. The few times someone speaks, their head is either, either turned away from the camera, out of the shot, or so far away you can't tell what they're saying, anyway. In the words of the ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' crew:
6th Dec '15 6:19:15 PM nombretomado
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** As {{sfdebris}} points out, this is at least partly because TV screens in the sixties were much smaller, had much poorer reception and resolution and you were only seeing the episode once (no VCR or DVD). It was much easier to get away with this sort of thing back then.

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** As {{sfdebris}} WebSite/SFDebris points out, this is at least partly because TV screens in the sixties were much smaller, had much poorer reception and resolution and you were only seeing the episode once (no VCR or DVD). It was much easier to get away with this sort of thing back then.
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