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5th Jul '16 5:20:48 PM nombretomado
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* The beginning of ''Film/{{Desperado}}'' features a flashback to the end of ''Film/ElMariachi'', with AntonioBanderas replacing Carlos Gallardo as the mariachi. It's pretty convincing, unless you've just watched the original film and notice how much the guy playing the villain has aged.

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* The beginning of ''Film/{{Desperado}}'' features a flashback to the end of ''Film/ElMariachi'', with AntonioBanderas Creator/AntonioBanderas replacing Carlos Gallardo as the mariachi. It's pretty convincing, unless you've just watched the original film and notice how much the guy playing the villain has aged.
28th May '16 12:00:37 PM nombretomado
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** The flashbacks in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots'' were made up of about half-and-half dialogue from the {{PlayStation}} version of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'', and the UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube remake (''The Twin Snakes''). The dialogue from ''The Twin Snakes'' was used for characters who had their accents changed (such as Naomi Hunter's Ivy League accent and Mei Ling's pseudo-Chinese accent being dropped for conventional American ones) and the recasting of Creator/RobPaulsen as Gray Fox instead of the original's Greg Eagles. This was a non-issue in the Japanese version due to [[AnimeAccentAbsence the lack of accents]] in the Japanese versions and the fact that ''The Twin Snakes'' never had a Japanese dub (the Japanese version featured subtitled English dialogue), meaning that all the voice clips from the original ''Metal Gear Solid'' used in the Japanese version of ''Metal Gear Solid 4'' are purely from the original [=PlayStation=] version.

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** The flashbacks in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots'' were made up of about half-and-half dialogue from the {{PlayStation}} UsefulNotes/PlayStation version of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'', and the UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube remake (''The Twin Snakes''). The dialogue from ''The Twin Snakes'' was used for characters who had their accents changed (such as Naomi Hunter's Ivy League accent and Mei Ling's pseudo-Chinese accent being dropped for conventional American ones) and the recasting of Creator/RobPaulsen as Gray Fox instead of the original's Greg Eagles. This was a non-issue in the Japanese version due to [[AnimeAccentAbsence the lack of accents]] in the Japanese versions and the fact that ''The Twin Snakes'' never had a Japanese dub (the Japanese version featured subtitled English dialogue), meaning that all the voice clips from the original ''Metal Gear Solid'' used in the Japanese version of ''Metal Gear Solid 4'' are purely from the original [=PlayStation=] version.
15th May '16 10:25:21 PM nombretomado
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* In the comic book ''Fury's Big Week'' (the official prequel to ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}''), there is a brief scene showing [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]] working at the Brazilian soda plant during the events of ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk''. Banner is drawn to look exactly like Creator/MarkRuffalo, the actor who played him in ''The Avengers'' and all subsequent [[MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]] movies, rather than Creator/EdwardNorton, who ''actually'' played Banner in ''The Incredible Hulk''.

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* In the comic book ''Fury's Big Week'' (the official prequel to ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}''), there is a brief scene showing [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]] working at the Brazilian soda plant during the events of ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk''. Banner is drawn to look exactly like Creator/MarkRuffalo, the actor who played him in ''The Avengers'' and all subsequent [[MarvelCinematicUniverse [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]] movies, rather than Creator/EdwardNorton, who ''actually'' played Banner in ''The Incredible Hulk''.
2nd May '16 6:24:31 PM onionmaster
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* RedDwarf's character Kochanski, as played by Scottish brunette Clare Grogan, only appeared in flashbacks and hallucinations for the first six series, as she was the long-dead girlfriend of Lister (and anyway, Grogan was too busy with other projects to feature regularly). When Chris Barrie (Rimmer) was too busy to be a regular character in RedDwarf Series 7, his character was written out, and Kochanski was brought into the show to replace him. Since four years had passed and Grogan had no interest in playing her anymore, so English blonde Chloe Annett was recruited instead. Her appearance, personality and accent were so different that the show handwaved it by having her come from a parallel universe where she was raised in a middle class English family rather than a poorer family from Glasgow. Now, this is relevant because, especially in Series 8, the show continued to make flashbacks, only now they featured Annett rather than Grogan. This naturally made the 'parallel universe' story fall flat, and fans really had to suspend their disbelief (not that RedDwarf was ever focused on being consistent).
20th Feb '16 11:05:29 AM nombretomado
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* In the comic book ''Fury's Big Week'' (the official prequel to ''Film/TheAvengers''), there is a brief scene showing [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]] working at the Brazilian soda plant during the events of ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk''. Banner is drawn to look exactly like Creator/MarkRuffalo, the actor who played him in ''The Avengers'' and all subsequent [[MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]] movies, rather than Creator/EdwardNorton, who ''actually'' played Banner in ''The Incredible Hulk''.

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* In the comic book ''Fury's Big Week'' (the official prequel to ''Film/TheAvengers''), ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}''), there is a brief scene showing [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]] working at the Brazilian soda plant during the events of ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk''. Banner is drawn to look exactly like Creator/MarkRuffalo, the actor who played him in ''The Avengers'' and all subsequent [[MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]] movies, rather than Creator/EdwardNorton, who ''actually'' played Banner in ''The Incredible Hulk''.
28th Nov '15 10:13:34 AM Vir
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* The recent ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' clip show, "Best Day Ever" features clips from older episodes dubbed with the show's current voice actors.

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* The recent ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' clip show, show "Best Day Ever" features clips from older episodes dubbed with the show's current voice actors.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' episode "And Then There Was Ben", the scene from [[WesternAnimation/{{Ben10}} original series]] where the 10-year old Ben found the Omnitrix is repeated. The major difference is that Heatblast is voiced by Creator/DavidKaye (His ''Omniverse'' voice actor), rather than his original voice actor, Creator/SteveBlum.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' episode "And Then There Was Ben", the scene from [[WesternAnimation/{{Ben10}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}} original series]] where the 10-year old Ben found the Omnitrix is repeated. The major difference is that Heatblast is voiced by Creator/DavidKaye (His ''Omniverse'' voice actor), rather than his original voice actor, Creator/SteveBlum.



* Averted in the "Lessons in Love" episode of ''WesternAnimation/SymBionicTitan'', after [[AlphaBitch Kimmy]] comes over to the Lunis house, there's a flashback to "Showdown at Sherman High." It's the first episode where Kimmy is voiced by KariWahlgren, but the flashback still has her voice as performed by Cassie Scerbo.

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* Averted in the "Lessons in Love" episode of ''WesternAnimation/SymBionicTitan'', after [[AlphaBitch Kimmy]] comes over to the Lunis house, there's a flashback to "Showdown at Sherman High." It's the first episode where Kimmy is voiced by KariWahlgren, Creator/KariWahlgren, but the flashback still has her voice as performed by Cassie Scerbo.



** As part of getting kids interested in Pooh after the new film, Disney released some classic Pooh movie clips under the title "The Mini Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh." Most of the dialogue was redubbed by the current voice actors (except Kristen Anderson-Lopez for some reason). It's barely noticeable with Jim Cummings as Pooh, but very noticeable with the other voice actors. However, Roo kept his original voice in at least one clip from "The Tigger Movie." Christopher Robin kept Bruce Reitherman's singing voice (although all the speaking was still done by Jack Boultier) in one clip. Piglet also kept John Fiedler's voice in at least one clip from "Piglet's Big Movie," and Gopher's voice hasn't been redubbed, probably because there currently isn't anyone who does his voice.

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** As part of getting kids interested in Pooh after the new film, Disney released some classic Pooh movie clips under the title "The Mini Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh." Most of the dialogue was redubbed by the current voice actors (except Kristen Anderson-Lopez for some reason). It's barely noticeable with Jim Cummings as Pooh, but very noticeable with the other voice actors. However, Roo kept his original voice in at least one clip from "The Tigger Movie." Christopher Robin kept Bruce Reitherman's singing voice (although all the speaking was still done by Jack Boultier) in one clip. Piglet also kept John Fiedler's voice in at least one clip from "Piglet's ''Piglet's Big Movie," Movie'', and Gopher's voice hasn't been redubbed, probably because there currently isn't anyone who does his voice. voice.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' episode "The Name", when Gumball's SuperPoweredEvilSide attempts a SplitPersonalityTakeover, he starts {{Internal Retcon}}ning Gumball's memories. One of them is from the season 1 episode "The Curse", and the voice of Gumball's first VA Logan Grove is redubbed with that of his second VA Jacob Hopkins.
18th Nov '15 7:52:53 PM megajake
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** In ''Part II'', as Marty watches a documentary on Biff's rise in fame, the documentary shows a photo of Biff's ancestor Buford Tannen, who is the BigBad of ''Part III''... who looks differently than when we finally meet him, being shown with a BeardOfEvil instead of a mustache. WordOfGod said this was an early makeup test, and if they had time, they would've replaced that photo with one featuring his final look.

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** In ''Part II'', as Marty watches a documentary on Biff's rise in fame, the documentary shows a photo of Biff's ancestor Buford Tannen, who is the BigBad of ''Part III''... who looks differently than when we finally meet him, being shown with a BeardOfEvil instead of a mustache. WordOfGod said this was an early makeup test, and if they had time, they would've replaced that photo with one featuring his final look. [[note]]Though we only see Buford Tannen in early September of 1885. The photo of the bearded Tannen could have been taken at almost any other time in his adult life.[[/note]]
3rd Nov '15 10:52:39 AM DaibhidC
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* The first time John Sheridan's wife Anna appeared on ''Series/BabylonFive'', she was played by Beth Toussaint. In future appearances, she was played by Melissa Gilbert, Bruce Boxleitner's actual wife; in a flashback scene to that original appearance, they reshot with Gilbert. Creator/JMichaelStraczynski suggested he'd wanted to edit the original episode, but never did.

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* The first time John Sheridan's wife Anna appeared on ''Series/BabylonFive'', she was played by Beth Toussaint. In future appearances, she was played by Melissa Gilbert, Bruce Boxleitner's actual wife; in a flashback scene to that original appearance, they reshot with Gilbert. Creator/JMichaelStraczynski suggested he'd wanted to [[OrwellianRetcon edit the original episode, episode]], but never did.
19th Sep '15 9:36:16 PM nombretomado
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** The flashbacks in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots'' were made up of about half-and-half dialogue from the {{PlayStation}} version of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'', and the {{Nintendo GameCube}} remake (''The Twin Snakes''). The dialogue from ''The Twin Snakes'' was used for characters who had their accents changed (such as Naomi Hunter's Ivy League accent and Mei Ling's pseudo-Chinese accent being dropped for conventional American ones) and the recasting of Creator/RobPaulsen as Gray Fox instead of the original's Greg Eagles. This was a non-issue in the Japanese version due to [[AnimeAccentAbsence the lack of accents]] in the Japanese versions and the fact that ''The Twin Snakes'' never had a Japanese dub (the Japanese version featured subtitled English dialogue), meaning that all the voice clips from the original ''Metal Gear Solid'' used in the Japanese version of ''Metal Gear Solid 4'' are purely from the original [=PlayStation=] version.

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** The flashbacks in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots'' were made up of about half-and-half dialogue from the {{PlayStation}} version of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'', and the {{Nintendo GameCube}} UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube remake (''The Twin Snakes''). The dialogue from ''The Twin Snakes'' was used for characters who had their accents changed (such as Naomi Hunter's Ivy League accent and Mei Ling's pseudo-Chinese accent being dropped for conventional American ones) and the recasting of Creator/RobPaulsen as Gray Fox instead of the original's Greg Eagles. This was a non-issue in the Japanese version due to [[AnimeAccentAbsence the lack of accents]] in the Japanese versions and the fact that ''The Twin Snakes'' never had a Japanese dub (the Japanese version featured subtitled English dialogue), meaning that all the voice clips from the original ''Metal Gear Solid'' used in the Japanese version of ''Metal Gear Solid 4'' are purely from the original [=PlayStation=] version.
29th Aug '15 8:12:08 PM nombretomado
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** Also averted by ''MST3K'' itself in the ''Film/{{Hellcats}}'' episode, with Tom Servo (played by Kevin Murphy) having a flashback to an episode from the previous season (played by J. Elvis Weinstein). Even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Servo, saying it was before his voice changed.

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** Also averted by ''MST3K'' ''[=MST3K=]'' itself in the ''Film/{{Hellcats}}'' episode, with Tom Servo (played by Kevin Murphy) having a flashback to an episode from the previous season (played by J. Elvis Weinstein). Even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Servo, saying it was before his voice changed.
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