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22nd Jan '16 8:13:50 PM HeraldAlberich
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* PlayedForLaughs in ''WesternAnimation/{{Antz}}'' during Z and Bala's romantic moment at Insectopia; Bala's face is blurred as Z goes in for a kiss, before he is [[MomentKiller rudely interrupted]] by the other insects around the fire.
29th Dec '15 10:59:39 PM Willbyr
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* Possibly the earliest anime use could have been in ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato'' (a.k.a. ''Anime/StarBlazers''). Queen Starsha typically appeared this way, even in scenes where she was having a normal conversation. Trelaina appeared this way througout The Comet Empire series. In fact, this trope shows up quite often in Leijii Matsumoto anime: Maetel (''Anime/GalaxyExpress999''), Maya (''[[Anime/CaptainHarlock Arcadia of My Youth]]''), and Anime/QueenMillennia. [[Anime/QueenEmeraldas Emeraldas]] seems to be an interesting exception to this trope, probably because she is supposed to be seen as a female version of Captain Harlock.
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* Possibly the earliest anime use could have been in ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato'' (a.k.a. ''Anime/StarBlazers'').''Star Blazers''). Queen Starsha typically appeared this way, even in scenes where she was having a normal conversation. Trelaina appeared this way througout The Comet Empire series. In fact, this trope shows up quite often in Leijii Matsumoto anime: Maetel (''Anime/GalaxyExpress999''), Maya (''[[Anime/CaptainHarlock Arcadia of My Youth]]''), and Anime/QueenMillennia. [[Anime/QueenEmeraldas Emeraldas]] seems to be an interesting exception to this trope, probably because she is supposed to be seen as a female version of Captain Harlock.
11th Dec '15 12:10:57 AM Byzantine
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An especially common creature in The Sixties, the Gaussian Girl is distinguishable by her supernatural blurriness and the soft, romantic music accompanying her.
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An especially common creature in The Sixties, TheSixties, the Gaussian Girl is distinguishable by her supernatural blurriness and the soft, romantic music accompanying her.
10th Dec '15 5:50:03 PM nombretomado
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* Catherine Zeta-Jones was shot this way in the movie ''TheMaskOfZorro''.
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* Catherine Zeta-Jones was shot this way in the movie ''TheMaskOfZorro''.''Film/TheMaskOfZorro''.
27th Nov '15 11:10:28 AM nombretomado
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* Cybill Shepherd in ''{{Moonlighting}}'', as mentioned above. Perhaps the most notorious example on American television after ''Star Trek'', as it aired in TheEighties, a decade otherwise known for grittier, more naturalistic cinematography. Unsurprisingly, Jerry Finnerman was the Director of Photography for both shows.
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* Cybill Shepherd in ''{{Moonlighting}}'', ''Series/{{Moonlighting}}'', as mentioned above. Perhaps the most notorious example on American television after ''Star Trek'', as it aired in TheEighties, a decade otherwise known for grittier, more naturalistic cinematography. Unsurprisingly, Jerry Finnerman was the Director of Photography for both shows.

* In ''SaturdayNightLive'', a sketch involved Michael Moore and Phil Donahue contacting Barbra Streisand by cable. Her image is shown with a super-strong Gaussian Blur, as they comment on how young she still looks.
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* In ''SaturdayNightLive'', ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', a sketch involved Michael Moore and Phil Donahue contacting Barbra Streisand by cable. Her image is shown with a super-strong Gaussian Blur, as they comment on how young she still looks.
25th Nov '15 4:56:20 AM Adept
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->''"Do you remember when [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Captain Kirk]] saw a beautiful woman, the screen would go all misty? I thought his eyes were steaming up because he was so excited. Every time I talked to a girl in my class I tried to make my eyes steam up. They called me Scary Jeff."''
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->''"Do you remember when [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Captain Kirk]] Kirk saw a beautiful woman, the screen would go all misty? I thought his eyes were steaming up because he was so excited. Every time I talked to a girl in my class I tried to make my eyes steam up. They called me Scary Jeff."''
13th Nov '15 7:54:42 AM LordSpy
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Someone should write that mashup book though.
* Sophie Maes first appears this way in the film version of ''Film/HowToLoseFriendsAndInfluencePeople''.
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* Sophie Maes first appears this way in the film version of ''Film/HowToLoseFriendsAndInfluencePeople''.''Film/HowToLoseFriendsAndAlienatePeople''.
7th Oct '15 11:15:53 AM Koveras
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* Possibly the earliest anime use could have been in ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato'' (a.k.a. ''Anime/StarBlazers''). Queen Starsha typically appeared this way, even in scenes where she was having a normal conversation. Trelaina appeared this way througout The Comet Empire series. In fact, this trope shows up quite often in Leijii Matsumoto anime: Maetel (''Anime/GalaxyExpress999''), Maya (''[[Anime/CaptainHarlock Arcadia of My Youth]]''), and Anime/QueenMillennia. Emeraldas seems to be an interesting exception to this trope, probably because she is supposed to be seen as a female version of Captain Harlock.
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* Possibly the earliest anime use could have been in ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato'' (a.k.a. ''Anime/StarBlazers''). Queen Starsha typically appeared this way, even in scenes where she was having a normal conversation. Trelaina appeared this way througout The Comet Empire series. In fact, this trope shows up quite often in Leijii Matsumoto anime: Maetel (''Anime/GalaxyExpress999''), Maya (''[[Anime/CaptainHarlock Arcadia of My Youth]]''), and Anime/QueenMillennia. Emeraldas [[Anime/QueenEmeraldas Emeraldas]] seems to be an interesting exception to this trope, probably because she is supposed to be seen as a female version of Captain Harlock.
20th Sep '15 9:05:18 PM Argon2
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* The ''Franchise/EverAfterHigh'' character Darling has this as a superpower: time ''literally'' slows down when she flips her hair. [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower She uses this liberally and effectively in combat.]]
24th Jul '15 6:12:15 PM nombretomado
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* Played with a little in ''MetalGearSolid3''. When Snake knocks out Ocelot, soon to be his StalkerWithACrush, we see through Ocelot's eyes. He's losing consciousness, and so Snake is fully Gaussianed and even appears to [[BishieSparkle sparkle]] a little in the light.
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* Played with a little in ''MetalGearSolid3''.''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater''. When Snake knocks out Ocelot, soon to be his StalkerWithACrush, we see through Ocelot's eyes. He's losing consciousness, and so Snake is fully Gaussianed and even appears to [[BishieSparkle sparkle]] a little in the light.

** Also found in ''MetalGearSolid3'', it is done for comedy in the Secret Theater "He's Still Got It," in which The End sees EVA this way.
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** Also found in ''MetalGearSolid3'', ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater'', it is done for comedy in the Secret Theater "He's Still Got It," in which The End sees EVA this way.
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