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22nd Jun '16 10:59:36 PM Trialman
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* [[Creator/DetsniyOffSkiword Dahlia Hawthorne Escaps From Pirson]] has Kristoph Gavin disguise himself as Pokemon Trainer Pearl, a character much younger than him. This disguise apparently also reduces his height, is able to trick a radar, and makes his own brother unable to recognize him, despite standing next to him.
23rd May '16 11:35:37 PM Eievie
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[[caption-width-right:193:Just to show it's not a real face...]]
->''"The age-old mask device? [[GenreSavvy We've seen it a million times]]!"''

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->''"The age-old mask device? [[GenreSavvy We've seen it a million times]]!"''times!]]"''



Even close acquaintances and family members will be fooled. Masks of this quality can completely alter the shape of the wearer's face and head, even to the point of making them thinner or smaller as needed, regardless of common sense or physical law. Best of all for those who need them, masks of such exquisite detail can be made without resorting to casting the face of the target -- a couple of small black-and-white photos will do just fine as a reference.

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Even close acquaintances and family members will be fooled. Masks of this quality can completely alter the shape of the wearer's face and head, even to the point of making them thinner or smaller as needed, regardless of common sense or physical law. If you want to make out with someone while wearing one, don't worry--the person you're kissing will never notice your face feels like rubber rather than skin. Best of all for those who need them, masks of such exquisite detail can be made without resorting to casting the face of the target -- a target--a couple of small black-and-white photos will do just fine as a reference.



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21st May '16 7:00:08 PM WileK209
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** It's implied this is how Sideshow Bob disguised as Krusty the Clown, to frame him for robbing the Kwik-E-Mart. But Bart uncovered his plan when he saw in the security camera footage that Homer accidentally stepped on "Krusty's" unusually large foot, whereas the real Krusty has little feet under his big shoes.



** The Baroness also frequently did this as part of her schemes to capture the G.I. Joes. A random woman would often peel off her mask and wig to reveal the Baroness. In one instance, she actually dressed up as Lady Jaye, and ''vice-versa''

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** The Baroness also frequently did this as part of her schemes to capture the G.I. Joes. Sometimes she'd team up with Zartan, with both of them in disguise. A random woman would often peel off her mask and wig to reveal the Baroness. In one instance, she actually dressed up as Lady Jaye, and ''vice-versa''''vice-versa''.
5th May '16 8:45:32 PM nombretomado
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdYwknvlYKI This recent ad]] for Dannon Oikos Greek Yogurt involves Bob Saget disguising as ''FullHouse'' co-star John Stamos using a rubber mask, as part of a prank with the real Stamos as the target.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdYwknvlYKI This recent ad]] for Dannon Oikos Greek Yogurt involves Bob Saget disguising as ''FullHouse'' ''Series/FullHouse'' co-star John Stamos using a rubber mask, as part of a prank with the real Stamos as the target.
17th Apr '16 1:22:01 AM SydJones
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* Also seen in the UsefulNotes/{{Walmart}} "Rollback Man" commercial from 2003-2004, which parodies all the old action/spy tropes as a parody of "Secret Agent Man" plays in the background, when a female Wal-Mart employee disguises herself with a rubber Smiley Face mask (a CGI effect.)

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* Also seen in the UsefulNotes/{{Walmart}} "Rollback Man" commercial from 2003-2004, which parodies all the old action/spy tropes as a parody of "Secret Agent Man" plays in the background, when a hot female Wal-Mart employee disguises herself with a rubber Smiley Face mask (a CGI effect.)
19th Mar '16 5:01:35 AM Hossmeister
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2nd Mar '16 1:04:22 PM WileK209
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* ''{{Film/Fantomas}}'' did it back in 1964, being probably one of the oldest examples.

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* ''{{Film/Fantomas}}'' did it back in 1964, being probably one of the oldest examples.live-action examples. It consisted of the titular MasterOfDisguise villain always wearing a bald, bluish latex mask to conceal his true identity. He would often wear ''other'' latex masks over it when committing crimes. At other times he would peel of his bluish latex mask to reveal his new impersonation (then later on remove that one to reveal his bluish mask again...)



* The 1960s ''Film/{{Fantomas}}'' movies featured the titular MasterOfDisguise villain always wearing a bald, bluish latex mask to conceal his true identity. He would often wear ''other'' latex masks over it when committing crimes. At other times he would peel of his bluish latex mask to reveal his new impersonation (then later on remove that one to reveal his bluish mask again...)
22nd Feb '16 9:16:49 AM bwburke94
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* Used frequently in ''Series/TheXFiles'' spinoff ''TheLoneGunmen''.

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* Used frequently in ''Series/TheXFiles'' spinoff ''TheLoneGunmen''.''Series/TheLoneGunmen''.



** In the new series ''Series/DoctorWho'', the Slitheen use actual dead people to form complete body suits in this fashion.
*** One wonders whether this was borrowed from the Warwolves, in Marvel Comics' Excalibur, who did the same thing.
** In the serial ''City of Death'', the main villain has a head which is a mass of tentacles with a single eye in the center. Despite this, a latex mask enables him to perfectly appear as a human being complete with eyes, tongue, facial expressions, etc. Bonus points for the villain's real head being bigger than his head when masked as a human.

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** In the new series ''Series/DoctorWho'', series, the Slitheen use actual dead people to form complete body suits in this fashion.
*** One wonders whether this was borrowed from the Warwolves, in Marvel Comics' Excalibur, who did the same thing.
** In the serial ''City of Death'', the main villain has a head which is a mass of tentacles with a single eye in the center. Despite this, a latex mask enables him to perfectly appear as a human being complete with eyes, tongue, facial expressions, etc. Bonus points for the villain's real head being bigger than his head when masked as a human.et cetera.
23rd Jan '16 11:11:59 AM nombretomado
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** Similarly, the 2003 movie ''Film/LooneyTunesBackInAction'' had an animated Granny unzip her body suit during the jungle scene (via a CGI effect) to reveal the evil live-action ACME Chairman (played by SteveMartin). Similarly, Tweety unzips in his cage as well, revealing the Tasmanian Devil (who breaks out of the cage doing his spinning/babbling routine), and Sylvester unzips as well, to reveal the Chairman's assistant Mr. Smith, who then unzips his own body suit to reveal an animated female Tasmanian Devil!

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** Similarly, the 2003 movie ''Film/LooneyTunesBackInAction'' had an animated Granny unzip her body suit during the jungle scene (via a CGI effect) to reveal the evil live-action ACME Chairman (played by SteveMartin).Creator/SteveMartin). Similarly, Tweety unzips in his cage as well, revealing the Tasmanian Devil (who breaks out of the cage doing his spinning/babbling routine), and Sylvester unzips as well, to reveal the Chairman's assistant Mr. Smith, who then unzips his own body suit to reveal an animated female Tasmanian Devil!
16th Jan '16 11:29:38 PM nombretomado
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** ''The Sheepish Wolf'' (1942) ends with a twist on the old wolf-in-sheep's-clothing gag (ala "TheFarSide").

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** ''The Sheepish Wolf'' (1942) ends with a twist on the old wolf-in-sheep's-clothing gag (ala "TheFarSide")."ComicStrip/TheFarSide").
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