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24th May '17 10:54:47 PM jormis29
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** Crispin Glover also didn't return, so in all refilmed 1955 scenes in ''Part II'', George [=McFly=] is always seen from behind (except one shot of recycled footage viewed through Marty's binoculars).

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** Crispin Glover Creator/CrispinGlover also didn't return, so in all refilmed 1955 scenes in ''Part II'', George [=McFly=] is always seen from behind (except one shot of recycled footage viewed through Marty's binoculars).
1st Apr '17 2:23:15 AM ClatoLawa
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* In ''Series/{{Neighbours}}'', when Kim Taylor (now Kim Tanaka) was reintroduced after 32 years, her relationship with Scott Robinson was brought up when her son found yearbook photos of the two. The Scott pictured was Jason Donovan, who replaced Darius Perkins a year after Kim's departure.
5th Mar '17 10:37:40 AM skidoo23
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** Alan Oppenheimer quit after Season 2's introductory "The Bionic Woman" two-parter. Martin E. Brooks took over the role, requiring some flashbacks in "The Return of the Bionic Woman" to be reshot.

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** Alan Oppenheimer quit after Season 2's introductory "The Bionic Woman" two-parter. Martin E. Brooks took over the role, requiring some flashbacks in "The Return of the Bionic Woman" at the start of the next season to be reshot.reshot.
** However, the episode "The Bionic Criminal", another sequel to an earlier Oppenheimer episode, featured so many key flashbacks featuring Oppenheimer that, for one episode only, the actor replaced Brooks as the character.
25th Feb '17 11:33:06 PM Chubzhac
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** [[spoiler:Ansem/Xehanort's Heartless]] were also redubbed with a horrible grating voice in place of the smooth tones of the original game.

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** [[spoiler:Ansem/Xehanort's Heartless]] were also redubbed with a horrible grating Richard Epcar after he replaced Billy Zane as his voice in place of the smooth tones of the original game.actor.
20th Feb '17 9:35:35 AM danlansdowne
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* ''Series/TheWaltons'' used a unique variant: using cuts from the made for TV movie ''The Homecoming'', which featured the same child actors, but replacing the footage of the adults with new footage featuring the series actors.
18th Feb '17 7:01:03 PM DonaldthePotholer
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SisterTrope to TheOtherMarty. SubTrope of {{Flashback}} and TheOtherDarrin.

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SisterTrope to TheOtherMarty. SubTrope of {{Flashback}} and TheOtherDarrin.
TheOtherDarrin. See also BackportedDevelopment wherein it's a character's ''personality'' in a flashback that is inconsistent with their portrayal in that previous installment.
16th Feb '17 7:02:59 PM bwburke94
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* ''WebAnimation/RWBYChibi'' contains a flashback to Volume 2 of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}''. Ren is voiced by his Volume 3 actor Neath Oum, who replaced his brother Creator/MontyOum upon the latter's passing.
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' episode "And Then There Was Ben", the scene from [[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.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' episode "And Then There Was Ben", the scene from [[WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}} the 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.
16th Feb '17 1:52:15 PM StFan
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* ''Film/GodzillaVsMegaguirus'' does an interesting take on this. The beginning uses footage from the first film, ''Gojira'', as part of the film's timeline history, but the original Godzilla is replaced with the modern suit. Justified in that Godzilla wasn't defeated by the Oxygen Destroyer in this timeline, so it is the same Godzilla in both 1954 and 2001.
** At least, not completely destroyed. While the opening newsreel implies that Godzilla just wandered off after attacking Tokyo, there's a line later on where a character says that "this time" they must make sure there's nothing left of Godzilla, that they can't make the same mistake again. So perhaps the idea was that he was nearly destroyed (or Oxygen Destroyed) and then regenerated.

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* ''Film/GodzillaVsMegaguirus'' does an interesting take on this. The beginning uses footage from the first film, ''Gojira'', as part of the film's timeline history, but the original Godzilla is replaced with the modern suit. Justified in that Godzilla wasn't defeated by the Oxygen Destroyer in this timeline, so it is the same Godzilla in both 1954 and 2001.
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2001. At least, not completely destroyed. While the opening newsreel implies that Godzilla just wandered off after attacking Tokyo, there's a line later on where a character says that "this time" they must make sure there's nothing left of Godzilla, that they can't make the same mistake again. So perhaps the idea was that he was nearly destroyed (or Oxygen Destroyed) and then regenerated.



* In ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'', Bruce has a picture of his lost love Rachel Dawes. The picture is of MaggieGyllenhaal (''Film/TheDarkKnight'') rather than KatieHolmes (''Film/BatmanBegins'').

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* In ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'', Bruce has a picture of his lost love Rachel Dawes. The picture is of MaggieGyllenhaal (''Film/TheDarkKnight'') rather than KatieHolmes Creator/KatieHolmes (''Film/BatmanBegins'').



* ''Film/TerminatorGenisys'' has scenes that revisit ''Film/TheTerminator'' before TimeyWimeyBall creates a new alternate timeline. Aside from Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger (whose 1984 de-aged face is [[FakeShemp placed over a body double]]), everyone else is played by other actors - Emilia Clarke in place of Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor, and Jai Courtney in place of Michel Biehn for Kyle Reese, etc.

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* ''Film/TerminatorGenisys'' has scenes that revisit ''Film/TheTerminator'' before TimeyWimeyBall creates a new alternate timeline. Aside from Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger (whose 1984 de-aged face is [[FakeShemp placed over a body double]]), everyone else is played by other actors - -- Emilia Clarke in place of Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor, and Jai Courtney in place of Michel Biehn for Kyle Reese, etc.



* Subverted - to fairly heartbreaking effect - in the ''Series/SesameStreet'' song "Things That I Remember." The song, sung by Ernie (performed here by Steve Whitmire and formerly by the late Creator/JimHenson) and Bert (then Frank Oz), features flashbacks to classic Ernie and Bert sketches with Henson and Oz as the duo.



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* Subverted -- to fairly heartbreaking effect -- in the ''Series/SesameStreet'' song "Things That I Remember." The song, sung by Ernie (performed here by Steve Whitmire and formerly by the late Creator/JimHenson) and Bert (then Frank Oz), features flashbacks to classic Ernie and Bert sketches with Henson and Oz as the duo.
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6th Feb '17 4:19:38 AM Doug86
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** The entire english cast was replaced in season 9 when another company took over. Thus many flashbacks have redubbed lines.

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** The entire english English cast was replaced in season 9 when another company took over. Thus many flashbacks have redubbed lines.



* The actors remained the same, but because legal issues prevented ''WeissKreuz Gluhen'' from using the original character designs, flashbacks to the previous series (and two photographs supposedly taken around that time) had to be redone with the new character designs.

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* The actors remained the same, but because legal issues prevented ''WeissKreuz ''Anime/WeissKreuz Gluhen'' from using the original character designs, flashbacks to the previous series (and two photographs supposedly taken around that time) had to be redone with the new character designs.



* In ''Film/TheGhostOfFrankenstein'', there are flashbacks with footage from the original 1931 film with Colin Clive as Henry Frankenstein, (even though the ghost of Henry is played by a differant actor) yet, as Creator/LonChaney Jr. played the Monster in this film, new shots of Lon Chaney were inserted into the old footage, replacing Creator/BorisKarloff.

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* In ''Film/TheGhostOfFrankenstein'', there are flashbacks with footage from the original 1931 film with Colin Clive as Henry Frankenstein, (even though the ghost of Henry is played by a differant different actor) yet, as Creator/LonChaney Jr. played the Monster in this film, new shots of Lon Chaney were inserted into the old footage, replacing Creator/BorisKarloff.



* Primetime soaps are not immune. In February 2015, Series/EastEnders did a WholeEpisodeFlashback depicting the killing of Lucy Beale ten months earlier. Her half-brother Bobby had been recast in the meantime, and changed from blond to brunette. And he was a major part of the episode [[spoiler:because he was the killer]].

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* Primetime soaps are not immune. In February 2015, Series/EastEnders ''Series/EastEnders'' did a WholeEpisodeFlashback depicting the killing of Lucy Beale ten months earlier. Her half-brother Bobby had been recast in the meantime, and changed from blond to brunette. And he was a major part of the episode [[spoiler:because he was the killer]].



* The second and third installments of the Yang/Yin trilogy on Series/{{Psych}} revolve around a picture of young Shawn with Yang. By the time the third episode of the trilogy was filmed, they had recast the "young Shawn" role due to the previous actor getting too old, so they retook the picture with the new actor for use in that episode.

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* The second and third installments of the Yang/Yin trilogy on Series/{{Psych}} ''Series/{{Psych}}'' revolve around a picture of young Shawn with Yang. By the time the third episode of the trilogy was filmed, they had recast the "young Shawn" role due to the previous actor getting too old, so they retook the picture with the new actor for use in that episode.



** After this, it was odd when it was averted (after a fashion) in ''[[VideoGame/MetalGearSolidVThePhantomPain Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes]]''[='=]s "Déjà Vu" storyline, in which Kazuhira Miller's [[BadBadActing horrible impersonations]] are clearly based on the [=PlayStation=] voice cast. He affects Greg Eagles's distinctive accent and delivery when warning Snake about the mines, and performs Snake's line from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' in a clear imitation of Creator/DavidHayter's voice (when Snake had been recast with Creator/KieferSutherland in ''Ground Zeroes''). He also performs Naomi and Psycho Mantis with the accents they had in the [=PS1=] version which were removed in ''The Twin Snakes'', and in the quiz at the end he performs Ocelot with the gravellier tone that he'd had in he original.

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** After this, it was odd when it was averted (after a fashion) in ''[[VideoGame/MetalGearSolidVThePhantomPain Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes]]''[='=]s "Déjà Vu" storyline, in which Kazuhira Miller's [[BadBadActing horrible impersonations]] are clearly based on the [=PlayStation=] voice cast. He affects Greg Eagles's distinctive accent and delivery when warning Snake about the mines, and performs Snake's line from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' in a clear imitation of Creator/DavidHayter's voice (when Snake had been recast with Creator/KieferSutherland in ''Ground Zeroes''). He also performs Naomi and Psycho Mantis with the accents they had in the [=PS1=] version which were removed in ''The Twin Snakes'', and in the quiz at the end he performs Ocelot with the gravellier tone that he'd had in he original.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'': In the LowerDeckEpisode "The Big Scoop", which is "A Wish Too Far" from Chester's and A.J.'s perpective, they had to redub some scenes with the two boys. This was because in "A Wish Too Far" the original voice actors were Frankie Muniz and Haneef Ibrahim, but by this point in the series run Creator/JasonMarsden was the now the voice of Chester and Gary Leroi Gray was the voice of A.J. If one compares the two episodes, the difference between the voices can be pretty jarring.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'': In the LowerDeckEpisode "The Big Scoop", which is "A Wish Too Far" from Chester's and A.J.'s perpective, perspective, they had to redub some scenes with the two boys. This was because in "A Wish Too Far" the original voice actors were Frankie Muniz and Haneef Ibrahim, but by this point in the series run Creator/JasonMarsden was the now the voice of Chester and Gary Leroi Gray was the voice of A.J. If one compares the two episodes, the difference between the voices can be pretty jarring.
21st Jan '17 10:00:23 AM PhantomDusclops92
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** Incidentally, in a much-hyped Episode during the N arc, [[spoiler:where Charizard rejoins,]] with the exceptions of [[spoiler:Charizard (who used the Japanese voice both ways), Brock (who we already had for a while), and Damien (who lost his voice actress)]], most of the flashbacks were just short lines, if any. [[spoiler:Granted, Koga retaining his original VA was nice, but between Misty just having exclamations and Jessie just yelling]], the episode ended up being a MandatoryLine With The Other Darrin for some of the roles.

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** Incidentally, in a the much-hyped Episode episode during the N arc, [[spoiler:where arc of ''Best Wishes'' where Charizard rejoins,]] [[TheBusCameBack rejoins]], with the exceptions of [[spoiler:Charizard Charizard (who used the Japanese voice both ways), Brock (who we already had for a while), and Damien (who lost his voice actress)]], actress), most of the dialogue in the flashbacks were just short lines, if any. [[spoiler:Granted, Granted, Koga retaining his original VA was nice, but between Misty just having exclamations and Jessie just yelling]], yelling, the episode ended up being a MandatoryLine With The Other Darrin for some of the roles.


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** Played straight in the Italian dub, with Claudio Moneta and Federico Zanandrea doing Goku and Freezer in flashbacks instead of recycling Paolo Torrisi and Gianfranco Gamba's lines.
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