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15th May '17 9:45:35 AM Bahuvrihi
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* Used on ''Series/TheMonkees'' when Mickey had to be disguised as a woman to fool some guy. Although the disguise was comically unconvincing to the viewers, the target male's first enraptured view of "her" was in obvious soft-focus.

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* Used on in ''Series/TheMonkees'' episode "The Chaperone" when Mickey Micky had to be disguised as a woman to fool some guy. Although the disguise was comically unconvincing to the viewers, the target male's first enraptured view of "her" was in obvious soft-focus.
27th Feb '17 7:43:55 AM Doug86
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* One movie of Creator/WilliamShakespeare's ''AMidsummerNightsDream'' used this effect for the fairies.

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* One movie of Creator/WilliamShakespeare's ''AMidsummerNightsDream'' ''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream'' used this effect for the fairies.
10th Feb '17 9:38:10 AM alnair20aug93
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You can create your own Gaussian Girl by duplicating her base layer, giving the new top layer a strong Gaussian Blur, and then setting it to about 50% opacity. If you need glasses, you can achieve a similar effect by taking them off before looking at women. If you don't, try having a lot of alcohol first. This latter technique is called the Beer Goggles effect. ("She's a 2 at 10 but a 10 at 2")

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You can create your own Gaussian Girl by duplicating her base layer, giving the new top layer a strong Gaussian Blur, and then setting it to about 50% opacity. If you need glasses, you can achieve a similar effect by taking them off before looking at women. If you don't, try having a lot of alcohol first. This latter technique is called the Beer Goggles BeerGoggles effect. ("She's a 2 at 10 but a 10 at 2")
10th Feb '17 3:51:23 AM jamespolk
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* In ''Film/SoundOfMusic'', when Maria and the captain dance the Landler, the gaussian effect on Julie Andrews is used to show how the captain starts seeing Maria differently.

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* In ''Film/SoundOfMusic'', ''Film/TheSoundOfMusic'', when Maria and the captain dance the Landler, the gaussian effect on Julie Andrews is used to show how the captain starts seeing Maria differently. differently.
* ''Film/{{Fanny}}'': Used multiple times to make Leslie Caron look just that much more beautiful.
9th Feb '17 6:00:34 AM Pavlov
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* Cybill Shepherd in ''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.

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* Cybill Shepherd in ''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 scenes of Cybill talking to co-star Creator/BruceWillis, the contrast was startling as Cybill was ''heavily'' misted while Bruce had intensely gritty photography.
5th Feb '17 11:02:11 AM Landis
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--> '''Joker''': It's just mad that all of its footage looks like a dream sequence.

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--> '''Joker''': It's just mad that all of its footage of me looks like a dream sequence.
7th Jan '17 9:48:55 AM nombretomado
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** Parodied in [[http://gigaville.com/comic.php?id=283 this page]] of the WebComic TheLastDaysOfFOXHOUND.

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** Parodied in [[http://gigaville.com/comic.php?id=283 this page]] of the WebComic TheLastDaysOfFOXHOUND.''Webcomic/TheLastDaysOfFOXHOUND''.
12th Oct '16 5:12:46 PM LongTallShorty64
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* Carole Lombard used this technique many times to hide a facial scar.

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* Carole Lombard Creator/CaroleLombard used this technique many times to hide a facial scar.
29th Sep '16 2:15:43 AM Tron80
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* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', the first appearance of Kara -Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}- shows her blurred and in a flowing white dress. Under water. When she saves ComicBook/LexLuthor and flies away, he is convinced she is an angel who is there to make him repent his sins.

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* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', the ''Series/{{Smallville}}'':
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first appearance of Kara -Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}- shows her blurred and in a flowing white dress. Under water. When she saves ComicBook/LexLuthor and flies away, he is convinced she is an angel who is there to make him repent his sins.
29th Sep '16 2:13:34 AM Tron80
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* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', the first appearance of [[{{Supergirl}} Kara]] shows her blurred and in a flowing white dress. Under water. When she saves ComicBook/LexLuthor and flies away, he is convinced she is an angel who is there to make him repent his sins.

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* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', the first appearance of [[{{Supergirl}} Kara]] Kara -Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}- shows her blurred and in a flowing white dress. Under water. When she saves ComicBook/LexLuthor and flies away, he is convinced she is an angel who is there to make him repent his sins.
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