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5th Dec '16 12:25:26 PM Xtifr
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** The Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 episode ''Film/TheGirlInGoldBoots'' has such a jump cut, getting rid of a bit where a character enters a scene. Mike and the bots immediately decided that he had teleported in. (Several other episodes had jump cuts, but this was a particularly notable instance.)

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** The Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 episode ''Film/TheGirlInGoldBoots'' ''Film/GirlInGoldBoots'' has such a jump cut, getting rid of a bit where a character enters a scene. Mike and the bots immediately decided that he had teleported in. (Several other episodes had jump cuts, but this was a particularly notable instance.)
7th Nov '16 6:22:53 PM Orweller
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* LetsPlay/{{Jacksepticeye}} is increasingly using this technique in his newer videos, normally cutting off a swearing rant right as it starts, implying he raved for a long time and simply edited it out.
9th Jun '16 4:39:09 PM nombretomado
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* Used repeatedly during Janet's breakdown monologue in ''TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'', prompting the callback:

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* Used repeatedly during Janet's breakdown monologue in ''TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'', ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'', prompting the callback:
23rd May '16 5:47:03 PM freesefan
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* Late silent-era film ''Film/DesertNights'' has a couple of peculiar jump cuts that play like something is missing from the surviving film. In any case, there's a shot of Diana the jewel thief telling her partner Steve that they should turn themselves in, followed by a Jump Cut to Steve holding a gun on Diana and their kidnap victim Hugh, followed by a Jump Cut to a shot of Steve leaving with all the stolen diamonds.
22nd May '16 5:45:30 PM lakingsif
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* ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'' likes using jump cuts, which fits with it being a {{Mockumentary}}. The "real" reason for this is often to glue together a series of ThrowItIn bits, such as with [[http://www.hulu.com/watch/110482/parks-and-recreation-im-just-a-girl this scene]]. Another episode has a ConfessionCam scene with a drunken Ann. As filmed, Rashida Jones paused between two lines, but when the episode was edited, the editor decided to turn the pause into a jump cut in order to give the impression Ann had been ranting for a long time. This is pointed out on the DVDCommentary for that episode.

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* ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'' likes using jump cuts, which fits with it being a {{Mockumentary}}. The "real" reason for this is often to glue together a series of ThrowItIn bits, such as with [[http://www.hulu.com/watch/110482/parks-and-recreation-im-just-a-girl this scene]]. Another episode has a ConfessionCam scene with a drunken Ann. As filmed, Rashida Jones Creator/RashidaJones paused between two lines, but when the episode was edited, the editor decided to turn the pause into a jump cut in order to give the impression Ann had been ranting for a long time. This is pointed out on the DVDCommentary for that episode.
24th Jan '16 10:11:39 AM nombretomado
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* [[{{Ashens}} Dr. Ashen]] is a one-man, one-camera operation who films stuff on his couch or kitchen floor. Every time the doorbell rings or he sneezes on the camera he has to jump cut over it. He never fails to tell you ''why'' there's a cut, though, and it's always reasonable.

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* [[{{Ashens}} [[WebVideo/StuartAshen Dr. Ashen]] is a one-man, one-camera operation who films stuff on his couch or kitchen floor. Every time the doorbell rings or he sneezes on the camera he has to jump cut over it. He never fails to tell you ''why'' there's a cut, though, and it's always reasonable.
23rd Dec '15 7:40:58 PM caivu
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* A trademark of [=YouTube=] movie reviewer Creator/JeremyJahns.
18th Dec '15 11:26:31 AM Sedirex
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* Similar to the Star Wars example above, a huge portion of special effects in {{Tokusatsu}} series boil down to a jump cut with a bunch of flashy stuff over top to try and hide it. Used for everything from henshin sequences to weapons appearing to form changes to robot buddies switching from props to CGI. They've gotten good enough over the years that they can be nearly imperceptible, but later episodes often don't try as hard as the budget and shooting schedule wear thin, and all bets are off for seasons from the 70s or 80s, which almost never make an effort to hide their many jump cuts.
18th Nov '15 8:48:06 PM lipranzer
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* This was used quite often in the first season of ''Series/HomicideLifeOnTheStreet'' to lend the show a realistic and gritty tone.
5th Oct '15 4:27:59 PM jamespolk
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* A few of these in ''Film/AmericaAmerica'' when Stavros's uncle receives him in Constantinople. Stavros is supposed to be bringing the family bankroll. The uncle excitedly plans to plow Stavros's money into the rug merchant businessóJump Cut to the uncle reacting in horror and rage after finding out that Stavros lost all his moneyóJump Cut to the uncle, now calmer, planning to marry Stavros off to a rich merchant's daughter to salvage the situation.
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