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6th Jul '17 2:32:46 PM thegiggleloop
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* The pilot episode of ''Series/TheXFiles'' has Scully in bra and panties after taking her robe off in front of Mulder (to check on some mysterious marks on her back).
8th Jun '17 4:10:06 AM hullflyer
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* Discussed in an early ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'', when Marten comes out of his room and accidentally catches Faye (who is sleeping on his couch at the time) in her bra, changing her shirt. She is initially upset, as much from being surprised as from anything he saw, but later admits it really isn't a big deal, as he didn't see anything that he wouldn't have seen at the beach.
21st May '17 11:03:52 AM nombretomado
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The trope was ''very'' common in adventure (especially Westerns), comedy and romance films from the late 1940's through the 1960's, especially in movies set in pre-20th Century periods. Movies of those genres set in the 19th century, particularly the [[VictorianBritain Victorian Era]] and TheEdwardianEra, were particularly prone to feature such scenes because of the elaborate design and trimming of lingerie in those periods, as well as the support and figure-shaping qualities noted above. While the Hays Code restricted the extent to which lingerie could be shown, that particular stricture was more honored in the breach than otherwise, especially as standards liberalized following World War II.

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The trope was ''very'' common in adventure (especially Westerns), comedy and romance films from the late 1940's through the 1960's, especially in movies set in pre-20th Century periods. Movies of those genres set in the 19th century, particularly the [[VictorianBritain [[UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain Victorian Era]] and TheEdwardianEra, were particularly prone to feature such scenes because of the elaborate design and trimming of lingerie in those periods, as well as the support and figure-shaping qualities noted above. While the Hays Code restricted the extent to which lingerie could be shown, that particular stricture was more honored in the breach than otherwise, especially as standards liberalized following World War II.
14th May '17 5:17:44 AM Kitchen90
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** By the 1940s, hotblooded American troops were being entertained by the likes of Bill Ward's Torchy and Milt Caniff's Miss Lace (presumably because flesh-and-blood women were unavailable on the frontline).

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** By the 1940s, hotblooded hot-blooded American troops were being entertained by the likes of Bill Ward's Torchy and Milt Caniff's Miss Lace (presumably because flesh-and-blood women were unavailable on the frontline).



* A well-known scene in ''Film/TwentiethCentury'' features Creator/CaroleLombard's character Clara in her underwear with an open dressing gown covering her shoulders. Some like to believe that this was one of the factors that caused TheHaysCode to come into play a few years later.



* Hitchcock's original ''Film/{{Psycho}}'' from 1960 has an iconic scene (used in promo shots and posters) with Marion (Janet Leigh) in her bra and half-slip. In a later scene, after she has decided to run away with her employer's money, she is shown in lingerie again when gettting dressed. There is some [[GoodColorsEvilColors colour symbolism]] as well: in the first scene her bra and slip are white, and in the second they are black.

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* Hitchcock's original ''Film/{{Psycho}}'' from 1960 has an iconic scene (used in promo shots and posters) with Marion (Janet Leigh) in her bra and half-slip. In a later scene, after she has decided to run away with her employer's money, she is shown in lingerie again when gettting getting dressed. There is some [[GoodColorsEvilColors colour symbolism]] as well: in the first scene her bra and slip are white, and in the second they are black.



** Santana removed her vest top (or [[SeparatedByACommonLanguage tank top]]) in season four and had a moment in her black sports-bra before she put on another shirt when she was on loudspeaker to Sam on her phone.

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** Santana removed her vest top (or [[SeparatedByACommonLanguage tank top]]) in season four and had a moment in her black sports-bra sports bra before she put on another shirt when she was on loudspeaker to Sam on her phone.
13th Mar '17 9:15:52 AM Snicka
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* Oddly enough, the occasional lingerie scene in ''Webcomic/MenageA3'' tends to be considered less erotic, despite the attractiveness of the female cast - because the comic is completely relaxed about toplessness most of the time. Lingerie scenes became more common when the creators of the comic decided to stop showing female nipples to get more advertisements on their website - since then, female characters often have sex while having a bra or a shirt on.

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* Oddly enough, the occasional lingerie scene in ''Webcomic/MenageA3'' tends to be considered less erotic, despite the attractiveness of the female cast - because the comic is completely relaxed about toplessness most of the time. Lingerie scenes became more common when the creators of the comic decided to [[NippleAndDimed stop showing female nipples nipples]] to get more advertisements on their website - since then, female characters often have sex while having a bra or a shirt on.
13th Mar '17 9:14:43 AM Snicka
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* Oddly enough, the occasional lingerie scene in ''Webcomic/MenageA3'' tends to be considered less erotic, despite the attractiveness of the female cast - because the comic is completely relaxed about toplessness most of the time.

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* Oddly enough, the occasional lingerie scene in ''Webcomic/MenageA3'' tends to be considered less erotic, despite the attractiveness of the female cast - because the comic is completely relaxed about toplessness most of the time. Lingerie scenes became more common when the creators of the comic decided to stop showing female nipples to get more advertisements on their website - since then, female characters often have sex while having a bra or a shirt on.
20th Feb '17 5:10:45 PM nombretomado
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** In a massive shift of wartime morals, Jane was allowed to go topless on the 6th June 1944 as a celebration of the D-Day landings, thus becoming the very first [[PageThreeStunna topless woman]] in a [[BritishNewspapers British tabloid]].

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** In a massive shift of wartime morals, Jane was allowed to go topless on the 6th June 1944 as a celebration of the D-Day landings, thus becoming the very first [[PageThreeStunna topless woman]] in a [[BritishNewspapers [[UsefulNotes/BritishNewspapers British tabloid]].
5th Dec '16 12:25:49 PM Xtifr
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* ''Film/TheGirlInGoldBoots'' features a scene in the dressing room with Joan and Michele in their underwear for no apparent reason.

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* ''Film/TheGirlInGoldBoots'' ''Film/GirlInGoldBoots'' features a scene in the dressing room with Joan and Michele in their underwear for no apparent reason.
22nd Nov '16 10:34:18 AM Fan
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* Twilight Sparkle, Applejack and Rainbow Dash in the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls'' fan comic [[https://derpibooru.org/tags/caught+in+the+storm Caught in the Storm]], where the trio end up stuck in a storm inside Applejack car, so they decide to spend the night there till the storm calms down and the trio end up stripping into their underwear for many reasons, Twilight gets a leaf stuck in her shirt, Applejack shirt get's wet and Rainbow Dash due to getting hot inside the car.
6th Oct '16 12:52:42 PM eggum
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** On the other side of the Atlantic, ''Sally the Sleuth'' (Adolphe Barreaux, 1934) would lose her dress somewhere on the first page, spending the remainder of the story in her underwear. [[http://dc312.4shared.com/img/OMG8Hbxr/s7/0.3418735908522329/sally3.jpg Solving the crime]] was considered an unnecessary distraction by most readers.

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** On the other side of the Atlantic, ''Sally the Sleuth'' (Adolphe Barreaux, 1934) would lose her dress somewhere on the first page, spending the remainder of the story in her underwear. [[http://dc312.4shared.com/img/OMG8Hbxr/s7/0.3418735908522329/sally3.jpg Solving the crime]] crime was considered an unnecessary distraction by most readers.
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