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26th Jan '17 7:23:47 AM EspyPsyche
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* ''Videogame/LeagueOfLegends'': The Headmistress Fiora skin is intended to be this trope.
19th Jan '17 11:46:11 PM Twiddler
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Contrast ScaryLibrarian (though [[FemmeFatale they can overlap]]), see also BeautifulAllAlong. Compare MagicLibrarian, which is [[HotWitch more likely to overlap.]] (Sometimes, [[HornyDevils all three may overlap.]]) Compare HotForTeacher. Note that the character doesn't actually have to be employed as a ''librarian'' to fit this trope, as long as they fit the physical description (glasses, skirt, hair in a bun etc.) and share the same character traits (nerdy, shy and sexy). Females usually include SexySpectacles (because librarians are supposed to be smart, and SmartPeopleWearGlasses). This is also common among school teachers, especially in Westerns and Historicals.

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Contrast ScaryLibrarian (though [[FemmeFatale they can overlap]]), overlap), see also BeautifulAllAlong. Compare MagicLibrarian, which is [[HotWitch more likely to overlap.]] (Sometimes, [[HornyDevils all three may overlap.]]) Compare HotForTeacher. Note that the character doesn't actually have to be employed as a ''librarian'' to fit this trope, as long as they fit the physical description (glasses, skirt, hair in a bun etc.) and share the same character traits (nerdy, shy and sexy). Females usually include SexySpectacles (because librarians are supposed to be smart, and SmartPeopleWearGlasses). This is also common among school teachers, especially in Westerns and Historicals.
30th Oct '16 11:50:32 AM nombretomado
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* HelenaBonhamCarter in RufusWainwright's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KvTDeHlIfI Out of the Game music video]].

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* HelenaBonhamCarter Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter in RufusWainwright's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KvTDeHlIfI Out of the Game music video]].
3rd Oct '16 1:15:44 AM Spindriver
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* ''Series/{{Glee}}''

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* On ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'', Tammy II, Ron Swanson's second ex-wife -- played by [[WillAndGrace Megan]] [[GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave Mullally]], [[RealLifeRelative Nick Offerman's real-life wife]]) --- is one of these, combined with ScaryLibrarian. Also a sex fiend. Who turns Ron into one when she gets together with him. This is a major reason the Parks Department hates the Library.

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* On ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'', Tammy II, Ron Swanson's second ex-wife -- played by [[WillAndGrace Megan]] [[GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave Mullally]], [[RealLifeRelative Nick Offerman's real-life wife]]) --- -- is one of these, combined with ScaryLibrarian. Also a sex fiend. Who turns Ron into one when she gets together with him. This is a major reason the Parks Department hates the Library.
3rd Oct '16 1:13:08 AM Spindriver
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* On the "Britney/Brittany" episode of ''Series/{{Glee}}'', Music/BritneySpears adopts this look when she's playing the teacher in the Rachel's dream sequence (to the song "Baby One More Time" of course). Rachel, for her part, adopts the CatholicSchoolGirlsRule outfit for the song, in imitation of Britney in the original video.

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* On ''Series/{{Glee}}''
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the "Britney/Brittany" episode of ''Series/{{Glee}}'', episode, Music/BritneySpears adopts this look when she's playing the teacher in the Rachel's dream sequence (to the song "Baby One More Time" of course). Rachel, for her part, adopts the CatholicSchoolGirlsRule outfit for the song, in imitation of Britney in the original video.



* On ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'', Tammy II--Ron Swanson's second ex-wife--is (being played by [[WillAndGrace Megan]] [[GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave Mullally]]- [[RealLifeRelative Nick Offerman's real-life wife]]) one of these. Combined with ScaryLibrarian. Also a sex fiend. Who turns Ron into one when she gets together with him. This is a major reason the Parks Department hates the Library.

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* On ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'', Tammy II--Ron II, Ron Swanson's second ex-wife--is (being ex-wife -- played by [[WillAndGrace Megan]] [[GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave Mullally]]- Mullally]], [[RealLifeRelative Nick Offerman's real-life wife]]) --- is one of these. Combined these, combined with ScaryLibrarian. Also a sex fiend. Who turns Ron into one when she gets together with him. This is a major reason the Parks Department hates the Library.



* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' parodies the trope in [[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IrMTLV2cR2Q this sketch,]] with Creator/MargotRobbie as the librarian.



* Ruby of ''Webcomic/StickyDillyBuns'' is a job-hunting recent graduate and a nerdy [[TheIngenue Ingenue]][=/=]BrokenBird with a SourPrude attitude (although she mellows a little as time goes on). Her look heads toward HollywoodNerd, complete with NerdGlasses, although when first seen she's wearing a highly inappropriate short skirt (due to someone misleading her for their own gratification). However, she can't hide the fact that she's slim and graceful, and soon starts having difficulty keeping the lid on her libido.

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* Ruby of ''Webcomic/StickyDillyBuns'' is a job-hunting recent graduate and a nerdy {{nerd}}y [[TheIngenue Ingenue]][=/=]BrokenBird with a SourPrude attitude (although she mellows a little as time goes on). Her look heads toward HollywoodNerd, complete with NerdGlasses, although when first seen she's wearing a highly inappropriate short skirt (due to someone misleading her for their own gratification). However, she can't hide the fact that she's slim and graceful, and soon starts having difficulty keeping the lid on her libido.
23rd Sep '16 10:00:35 PM nombretomado
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* On the Britney/Brittany episode of ''Series/{{Glee}}'', BritneySpears adopts this look when she's playing the teacher in the Rachel's dream sequence (to the song "Baby One More Time" of course). Rachel, for her part, adopts the CatholicSchoolGirlsRule outfit for the song, in imitation of Britney in the original video.

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* On the Britney/Brittany "Britney/Brittany" episode of ''Series/{{Glee}}'', BritneySpears Music/BritneySpears adopts this look when she's playing the teacher in the Rachel's dream sequence (to the song "Baby One More Time" of course). Rachel, for her part, adopts the CatholicSchoolGirlsRule outfit for the song, in imitation of Britney in the original video.
28th Aug '16 4:20:38 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* Twilight Sparkle from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fits this trope as far as personality goes, but she's more of a Cute Librarian than a hot one. In fanart however, it's quite popular to go this route with her, ''especially'' when she's drawn as a human.

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* Twilight Sparkle from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fits this trope as far as personality goes, but although she's more of a Cute Librarian "cute" than a hot one. "hot/sexy." In fanart fanart, however, it's quite very popular to go this route with her, ''especially'' her--''especially'' when she's drawn being portrayed as a human.
4th Aug '16 6:03:08 PM Seeker718
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* As mentioned in the Theatre section, ''Film/TheMusicMan'' saw Marian this way.
** "I need you badly, badly, Madam Librarian...Marian"
13th Jul '16 4:47:39 AM StFan
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->'''Booth''': All right, what I want you to do is take off your glasses, shake out your hair, and say, "Mr. Booth, do you know what the penalty is for an overdue book?"\\
'''Brennan''': Why?\\
'''Booth''': ...Never mind.
-->-- '''''Series/{{Bones}}''''', "The Passenger in the Oven"

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->'''Booth''': ->'''Booth:''' All right, what I want you to do is take off your glasses, shake out your hair, and say, "Mr. Booth, do you know what the penalty is for an overdue book?"\\
'''Brennan''': '''Brennan:''' Why?\\
'''Booth''': ...'''Booth:''' ...Never mind.
-->-- '''''Series/{{Bones}}''''', ''Series/{{Bones}}'', "The Passenger in the Oven"



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* Jessica, a schoolteacher ''and'' the future [[MrsClaus Mrs. Claus]] from ''SantaClausIsCominToTown'', right down to the LettingHerHairDown and taking off her glasses (the latter of which she does right after meeting [[SantaClaus Kris Kringle]]).

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* Jessica, a schoolteacher ''and'' the future [[MrsClaus Mrs. Claus]] from ''SantaClausIsCominToTown'', ''WesternAnimation/SantaClausIsCominToTown'', right down to the LettingHerHairDown and taking off her glasses (the latter of which she does right after meeting [[SantaClaus Kris Kringle]]).Kringle]]).
* Silvia Marpole from ''[[WesternAnimation/GoofyMovie An Extremely Goofy Movie]]'' is just like this, seeming to have never got over the end of the 70's and turned to books to compensate. Later in the film, Goofy, who never really noticed the decade was over, manages to convince her into a BeautifulAllAlong moment (with bell bottoms and boobtubes, no less!)
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* Best ''FilmNoir'' example: the rare-books shop girl Marlowe encounters in ''Film/TheBigSleep'', who whips off her glasses, lets her hair down and closes up the shop suggestively (with Marlowe still in it) at the end of her scene.
** Oddly enough, this scene, and the one with the taxi driver offering Marlowe her number, don't happen in the book, where Marlowe's [[ChasteHero ability to control his sexual desires]] is a big part of his character. However, even in the book, Marlowe notes that the bookshop clerk is [[MatzoFever very good-looking for a Jewish girl]], so the trope stands.
*** Marlowe is very much in control in the movie as well; he's just luckier.

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* Best ''FilmNoir'' FilmNoir example: the rare-books shop girl Marlowe encounters in ''Film/TheBigSleep'', who whips off her glasses, lets her hair down and closes up the shop suggestively (with Marlowe still in it) at the end of her scene.
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scene. Oddly enough, this scene, and the one with the taxi driver offering Marlowe her number, don't happen in the book, where Marlowe's [[ChasteHero ability to control his sexual desires]] is a big part of his character. However, even in the book, Marlowe notes that the bookshop clerk is [[MatzoFever very good-looking for a Jewish girl]], so the trope stands.
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stands. Marlowe is very much in control in the movie as well; he's just luckier.



* The Librarian from ''The Station Agent'' definitely quantifies as an HL.
** Finn's friends even [[LampshadeHanging draw attention to it]], telling him to [[{{Meganekko}} buy her glasses]] so they can play Hot Librarian.

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* The Librarian from ''The Station Agent'' definitely quantifies as an HL.
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HL. Finn's friends even [[LampshadeHanging draw attention to it]], telling him to [[{{Meganekko}} buy her glasses]] so they can play Hot Librarian.



* DianeKruger as Dr. Abigail Chase - a historical records agent who works at the National Archives - in ''Film/NationalTreasure''.

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* DianeKruger Creator/DianeKruger as Dr. Abigail Chase - -- a historical records agent who works at the National Archives - -- in ''Film/NationalTreasure''.



* Silvia Marpole from ''[[WesternAnimation/GoofyMovie An Extremely Goofy Movie]]'' is just like this, seeming to have never got over the end of the 70's and turned to books to compensate. Later in the film, Goofy, who never really noticed the decade was over, manages to convince her into a BeautifulAllAlong moment (with bell bottoms and boobtubes, no less!)



* One of the ultimates is Elizabeth Peter's ''JaquelineKirby''. She was a pre-Amelia Peabody Emerson, and though never as popular as that character ended up with probably six or seven excellent third-person mysteries to her name. She is, when she lets herself "unbutton" (i.e. takes off her glasses, lets down her hair, and...well, unbuttons her blouse) a gorgeous redhead who manages to turn men to a weak-kneed jelly and is a remarkably proficient sleuth.

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* One of the ultimates is Elizabeth Peter's ''JaquelineKirby''.''Literature/JaquelineKirby''. She was a pre-Amelia Peabody Emerson, and though never as popular as that character ended up with probably six or seven excellent third-person mysteries to her name. She is, when she lets herself "unbutton" (i.e. takes off her glasses, lets down her hair, and...well, unbuttons her blouse) a gorgeous redhead who manages to turn men to a weak-kneed jelly and is a remarkably proficient sleuth.



* On the Literature/{{Discworld}}, Sacharissa Cripslock (introduced in ''Discworld/TheTruth'') was a prim and severely-dressed young woman who impressed her new boss, newspaper editor William de Worde, as no more than average-looking. However, he eventually realised that she was in fact stunningly beautiful ''if considered over several centuries'' - the equivalent of a Renaissance face, pre-Raphaelite eyes, Classical figure and, for some reason, "good medieval ears". And ''that'' as just her face; her body featured "[[BuxomIsBetter a well crafted supply of other features that never go out of fashion at all]]", and for some reason she seemed to think that wearing extremely plain dresses would ''downplay'' this fact.
* In the WildCards series, Jennifer Malloy, also known as the elite thief Wraith, almost qualifies. She's a very attractive blond, a librarian in the New York Public Library's rare books collection, dresses down and puts her hair up as a librarian (as Wraith she wears a [[{{Stripperiffic}} black string bikini, a mask and ballet slippers]])... but I don't think she wears glasses.

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* On the Literature/{{Discworld}}, Sacharissa Cripslock (introduced in ''Discworld/TheTruth'') was is a prim and severely-dressed young woman who impressed impresses her new boss, newspaper editor William de Worde, as no more than average-looking. However, he eventually realised realizes that she was is in fact stunningly beautiful ''if considered over several centuries'' - -- the equivalent of a Renaissance face, pre-Raphaelite eyes, Classical figure and, for some reason, "good medieval ears". And ''that'' as just her face; her body featured "[[BuxomIsBetter a well crafted supply of other features that never go out of fashion at all]]", and for some reason she seemed to think that wearing extremely plain dresses would ''downplay'' this fact.
* In the WildCards ''Literature/WildCards'' series, Jennifer Malloy, also known as the elite thief Wraith, almost qualifies. She's a very attractive blond, a librarian in the New York Public Library's rare books collection, dresses down and puts her hair up as a librarian (as Wraith she wears a [[{{Stripperiffic}} black string bikini, a mask and ballet slippers]])... but I don't think she wears glasses.



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** Maria from ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonMagicalMelody'' is also a "cute librarian". Her original role in the [[VideoGame/HarvestMoonOriginalSeries first game]] was that she used to hang around the local church, however as ''Magical Melody'' lacks a church for plot related reasons she was [[CompositeCharacter mixed]] with Mary (who is her granddaughter). Like Mary, she isn' designed particularly sexy but is still an attractive woman and a bachelorette option.

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** Maria from ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonMagicalMelody'' is also a "cute librarian". Her original role in the [[VideoGame/HarvestMoonOriginalSeries [[VideoGame/HarvestMoon1 first game]] was that she used to hang around the local church, however as ''Magical Melody'' lacks a church for plot related reasons she was [[CompositeCharacter mixed]] with Mary (who is her granddaughter). Like Mary, she isn' designed particularly sexy but is still an attractive woman and a bachelorette option.



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26th Jun '16 2:53:00 PM nombretomado
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* TheDresdenFiles book ''Dead Beat'' has Sheila, an assistant in a bookshop (close enough to a librarian,) who is first described as having [[PrimAndProperBun a bun held in place by pencils]], [[{{Meganekko}} glasses]], a [[SweaterGirl quite well-filled sweater]], "[[GirlNextDoor a heart-shaped face that was more attractive than beautiful]]" and a [[CuteBookworm smudge of ink on her chin and hand]], which sounds like a textbook case. [[spoiler: The discovery that she is actually a form taken by the FallenAngel Lasciel makes this an InvokedTrope, probably taken directly from PopCulturedBadass Harry's familiarity with it]].

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* TheDresdenFiles Literature/TheDresdenFiles book ''Dead Beat'' ''Literature/DeadBeat'' has Sheila, an assistant in a bookshop (close enough to a librarian,) who is first described as having [[PrimAndProperBun a bun held in place by pencils]], [[{{Meganekko}} glasses]], a [[SweaterGirl quite well-filled sweater]], "[[GirlNextDoor a heart-shaped face that was more attractive than beautiful]]" and a [[CuteBookworm smudge of ink on her chin and hand]], which sounds like a textbook case. [[spoiler: The discovery that she is actually a form taken by the FallenAngel Lasciel makes this an InvokedTrope, probably taken directly from PopCulturedBadass Harry's familiarity with it]].
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