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* ''Film/SweptAway'' (2002) -- ''Swept Away'' (Italy, 1974)
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* ''Film/TheGoodThief'' (2002) -- ''Bob le flambeur'' (France, 1956)
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* ''Dark Water'' (2005) -- ''Film/DarkWater'' (Japan, 2002)
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* ''Film/TheVanishing'' (1993) -- ''Spoorloos''/''The Vanishing'' (1988) : Both the original and the remake had the same director.

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* ''Film/TheVanishing'' (1993) -- ''Spoorloos''/''The Vanishing'' (1988) : (The Netherlands, 1988); Both the original and the remake had the same director.
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* ''Film/TheGirlWithTheDragonTattoo'' (2011) -- The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Sweden, 2009)

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* ''Film/TheGirlWithTheDragonTattoo'' (2011) -- The ''The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Tattoo'' (Sweden, 2009)
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* ''Gigi'' (1958) -- ''Gigi'' (France, 1949)

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* ''Gigi'' ''Film/{{Gigi}}'' (1958) -- ''Gigi'' (France, 1949)
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* ''Film/VictorVictoria'' (1982) -- ''Viktor und Viktoria'' (Germany, 1933)
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* ''Film/{{Gunmen}}'' (1993)-- ''[[Film/TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo]]'' (Italy/Spain, 1966)

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* ''Film/{{Gunmen}}'' (1993)-- (1993) -- ''[[Film/TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo]]'' (Italy/Spain, 1966)



* ''Film/WhiteDwarf''[[note]] not to be confused with the derisive FanNickname for the ForeignRemake of ''Series/RedDwarf''[[/note]] (1995 Made for TV) -- ''Film/RedBeard'' (Japan, 1965)

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* ''Film/WhiteDwarf''[[note]] not to be confused with the derisive FanNickname for the ForeignRemake Foreign Remake of ''Series/RedDwarf''[[/note]] (1995 Made for TV) -- ''Film/RedBeard'' (Japan, 1965)



* ''Series/KennyvsSpenny'' inspired a slew of new male verses shows across the world, some so blatant they even steal the original KvS opening and alter it to include the faces of the new competitors, keeping everything else the same. Others straight up copy the original KvS competition ideas, failing to realize it was more about the unique dynamic between Kenny and Spenny that made the series popular, not so much the competitions themselves.

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* ''Series/KennyvsSpenny'' ''Series/KennyVsSpenny'' inspired a slew of new male verses shows across the world, some so blatant they even steal the original KvS opening and alter it to include the faces of the new competitors, keeping everything else the same. Others straight up copy the original KvS competition ideas, failing to realize it was more about the unique dynamic between Kenny and Spenny that made the series popular, not so much the competitions themselves.



* In 1993, almost ten years after the original ''VideoGame/{{Enchanter}}'', Japanese software development company [=SystemSoft=] developed and published its [[http://www.mobygames.com/game/pc98/enchanter-wakaki-madshi-no-shiren remake for]] [[UsefulNotes/PC98 the PC-9801]] entitled ''Enchanter: Wakaki Madōshi no Shirén'' (エンチャンター ~若き魔導士の試練~; ''[[TheForeignSubtitle Enchanter: The Trial of the Young Sorcerer]]''). Unlike the original, this game has some of the most common verb commands ("look", "take", etc.) that can be accessed by pressing a corresponding button (the player still has to type the name of an object, though), and enchanced graphics for the unique background pictures on which the text is super-imposed.

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* In From 1991 to 1993, almost ten years after the original ''VideoGame/{{Enchanter}}'', Japanese software development company [=SystemSoft=] developed attempted to revive the InteractiveFiction genre by porting four of Creator/{{Infocom}}'s games and published its remaking them for [[UsefulNotes/PC98 the PC-9801]]. The first game, ''[[VideoGame/{{Zork}} Zork I]]'', was released [[http://pc98library.tistory.com/1572 on March 29, 1991]]; the second, ''VideoGame/{{Planetfall}}'', was released [[http://pc98library.tistory.com/1571 on February 28, 1992]], followed by ''Moonmist'' on September 11, 1992 (under the title ''Moonmist: Shiroki Kifujin no Nazo'' [ムーンミスト ~白き貴夫人の謎~; ''[[TheForeignSubtitle Moonmist: The Mystery of the Noble White Lady]]'']); the final game, ''VideoGame/{{Enchanter}}'', was released [[http://www.mobygames.com/game/pc98/enchanter-wakaki-madshi-no-shiren remake for]] [[UsefulNotes/PC98 on March 26, 1993]] under the PC-9801]] entitled title ''Enchanter: Wakaki Madōshi no Shirén'' (エンチャンター ~若き魔導士の試練~; ''[[TheForeignSubtitle Enchanter: The Trial of the Young Sorcerer]]''). Unlike the original, this game has original games, all four of these remakes have some of the most common verb commands ("look", "take", etc.) that can be accessed by pressing a corresponding button (the player still has to type the name of an object, though), and enchanced graphics enhanced graphics, especially in the list of objects (and, in the case of ''Moonmist'' and ''Enchanter'', for the unique background pictures pictures) on which the text is super-imposed.super-imposed. A bit more info on these four remakes can be found [[http://www.filfre.net/2012/07/japanese-adventuring/ here]].
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* Taken SerialEscalation by ''HighSchoolMusical''--the book ''Battle of the Bands'' was adapted three times in Latin America--once each in Argentina, Mexico and Brazil. The latter two count as this.

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* Taken SerialEscalation by ''HighSchoolMusical''--the ''Film/HighSchoolMusical''--the book ''Battle of the Bands'' was adapted three times in Latin America--once each in Argentina, Mexico and Brazil. The latter two count as this.
1st Jan '17 3:08:24 PM Pichu-kun
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* ''WesternAnimation/BluesClues'':
** In the UK, ''Blue's Clues'' was remade starring "Kevin" instead of Steve.
** Two Korean versions were made, however little is known of them amongst English-speaking fans. One used the original title of ''Blue's Clues'' and the second was retitled ''Blue's Puzzle''. It's unknown if both are the same series under different titles or not. Steve's Korean counterpart was named "[=HyunShup=] Shin". Kiskaloo
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