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28th Sep '16 4:34:48 AM Morgenthaler
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** Both films were based on the novel by RichardMatheson, who also wrote ''Film/IAmLegend'' and scripted the two Series/{{Kolchak|TheNightStalker}} TV movies.

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** Both films were based on the novel by RichardMatheson, Creator/RichardMatheson, who also wrote ''Film/IAmLegend'' and scripted the two Series/{{Kolchak|TheNightStalker}} TV movies.



* In ''DotAndKeeto'', Dot goes to eat the root that lets her talk to animals so she can apologize to some ants her brother was tormenting, but she accidentally eats the root next to it, which makes her shrink down to the size of a bug (and able to talk to them). After trying to get the attention of her brother and mother, she goes on an adventure among the bugs until her friend Kangaroo shrinks down, too, and brings her some of the root that will make her the proper size again.

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* In ''DotAndKeeto'', ''Film/DotAndKeeto'', Dot goes to eat the root that lets her talk to animals so she can apologize to some ants her brother was tormenting, but she accidentally eats the root next to it, which makes her shrink down to the size of a bug (and able to talk to them). After trying to get the attention of her brother and mother, she goes on an adventure among the bugs until her friend Kangaroo shrinks down, too, and brings her some of the root that will make her the proper size again.
16th Aug '16 9:21:12 AM Kooshmeister
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* The ([[AppropriatedAppellation semi]]) titular villain in ''[[Film/DrCyclops Dr. Cyclops]]'' shrinks the protagonists down to doll size ForScience and terrorizes them, leading them to a DavidVersusGoliath style climax.

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* The ([[AppropriatedAppellation semi]]) titular villain in ''[[Film/DrCyclops Dr. Cyclops]]'' shrinks the protagonists down to doll size ForScience and terrorizes them, leading them to a DavidVersusGoliath style climax.climax wherein the tiny people [[DisneyVillainDeath drop]] "Dr. Cyclops" down into a uranium mine. They eventually return to normal size at the end.
16th Aug '16 9:19:46 AM Kooshmeister
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* The (semi) titular villain in ''[[Film/DrCyclops Dr. Cyclops]]'' shrinks the protagonists down to doll size ForScience and terrorizes them, leading them to a DavidVersusGoliath style climax.

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* The (semi) ([[AppropriatedAppellation semi]]) titular villain in ''[[Film/DrCyclops Dr. Cyclops]]'' shrinks the protagonists down to doll size ForScience and terrorizes them, leading them to a DavidVersusGoliath style climax.
16th Aug '16 9:18:55 AM Kooshmeister
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* The (semi) titular villain in ''[[Film/DrCyclops Dr. Cyclops]]'' shrinks the protagonists down to doll size ForScience and terrorizes them, leading them to a DavidVersusGoliath style climax.
8th Aug '16 7:47:41 AM JackG
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** In "The Invisible Enemy", the Fourth Doctor temporarily removed the "relative dimensional stabilizer" from his TARDIS to shrink clones of Leela and himself so they could be injected them into the doctor's brain to fight a virus (in an homage to the Incredible Voyage).

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** In "The Invisible Enemy", the Fourth Doctor temporarily removed the "relative dimensional stabilizer" from his TARDIS to shrink clones of Leela and himself so they could be injected them into the doctor's brain to fight a virus (in an homage to the Incredible Voyage).''Film/FantasticVoyage'').
30th Jul '16 1:42:01 AM annette12
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* ''Manga/DoctorSlump'': The "Big-Small Ray Gun" is one of Senbei's inventions that can make any object big or small. It reappears several times later, like in one chapter where Midori was ill because of a mosquito in her body. Senbei and Arale use the invention to shrink down to very small sizes in order to enter Midori´s body and get rid of the mosquito.

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* ''Manga/DoctorSlump'': The "Big-Small Ray Gun" is one of Senbei's inventions that can make any object big or small. It reappears several times later, like in one chapter a FantasticVoyagePlot where Midori was ill because of a mosquito in her body. Senbei and Arale use the invention to shrink down to very small sizes in order to enter Midori´s body and get rid of the mosquito.
30th Jul '16 1:05:32 AM annette12
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* ''Manga/DoctorSlump'': The "Big-Small Ray Gun" is one of Senbei's inventions that can make any object big or small. It reappears several times later, like in one chapter where Midori was ill because of a mosquito in her body. Senbei and Arale use the invention to shrink down to very small sizes in order to enter Midori´s body and get rid of the mosquito.
22nd Jun '16 1:18:59 AM Morgenthaler
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%%* ''Micro Ventures'' from ''TheBananaSplits''

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%%* ''Micro Ventures'' from ''TheBananaSplits''''WesternAnimation/TheBananaSplits''
17th Jun '16 2:23:36 PM rafi
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* An episode of ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' features an Xatu using its powers to shrink Ash, Dawn and Barry, leaving them small enough to ride on Pikachu, Piplup and Heracross respectively.
%%* ''Manga/SgtFrog'': Episode 175.



* An episode of ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' features an Xatu using its powers to shrink Ash, Dawn and Barry, leaving them small enough to ride on Pikachu, Piplup and Heracross respectively.
* ''Manga/SgtFrog'': Episode 175.
17th Jun '16 1:55:21 PM margdean56
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* Evelyn Sibley Lampman's ''The City Under the Back Steps'' details the adventures of two children in an ant colony after they're shrunk to ant size.
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