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24th May '17 10:49:18 PM jormis29
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* In ''Film/BackToTheFuture'', Crispin Glover (George [=McFly=]) lost his voice due to nervousness while filming. For some scenes, he had to silently mouth his lines, with his voice being dubbed in later at a recording studio.

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* In ''Film/BackToTheFuture'', Crispin Glover Creator/CrispinGlover (George [=McFly=]) lost his voice due to nervousness while filming. For some scenes, he had to silently mouth his lines, with his voice being dubbed in later at a recording studio.
11th May '17 10:43:46 AM Twentington
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* ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'' had to have quite a bit of ADR, mainly to remove references to a DeletedScene and its' accompanying plot thread. Further ADR was then used on a [[EditedForSyndication censored version]] that aired on Creator/{{ABC}} in 1998 and was reused for basic cable screenings into the early 2010s; it was even more noticeable because the new voiceovers didn't match with the original voices (''especially'' Jay's).

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* ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'' had to have quite a bit of ADR, mainly to remove references to a DeletedScene and its' its accompanying plot thread. Further ADR was then used on a [[EditedForSyndication censored version]] that aired on Creator/{{ABC}} in 1998 and was reused for basic cable screenings into the early 2010s; it was even more noticeable because the new voiceovers didn't match with the original voices (''especially'' Jay's).
18th Apr '17 7:20:10 AM themisterfree
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''Film/{{Mallrats}}'' had to have quite a bit of ADR, mainly to remove references to a DeletedScene and its' accompanying plot thread. Further ADR was then used on a [[EditedForSyndication censored version]] that aired on Creator/{{ABC}} in 1998 and was reused for basic cable screenings into the early 2010s; it was even more noticeable because the new voiceovers didn't match with the original voices (''especially'' Jay's).

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* ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'' had to have quite a bit of ADR, mainly to remove references to a DeletedScene and its' accompanying plot thread. Further ADR was then used on a [[EditedForSyndication censored version]] that aired on Creator/{{ABC}} in 1998 and was reused for basic cable screenings into the early 2010s; it was even more noticeable because the new voiceovers didn't match with the original voices (''especially'' Jay's).
18th Apr '17 7:19:26 AM themisterfree
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* Bane's dialogue in Film/TheDarkKnightRises had to be looped twice, as feedback from an earlier version of the film found that his voice was ''too'' muffled. Compare [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vBW6jvspF8&hd=1 the original]] to [[https://youtu.be/-Li998pZxwU?t=89&hd=1 the final version]].

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* Bane's dialogue in Film/TheDarkKnightRises ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'' had to be looped twice, as feedback from an earlier version of the film found that his voice was ''too'' muffled. Compare [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vBW6jvspF8&hd=1 the original]] to [[https://youtu.be/-Li998pZxwU?t=89&hd=1 the final version]].


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''Film/{{Mallrats}}'' had to have quite a bit of ADR, mainly to remove references to a DeletedScene and its' accompanying plot thread. Further ADR was then used on a [[EditedForSyndication censored version]] that aired on Creator/{{ABC}} in 1998 and was reused for basic cable screenings into the early 2010s; it was even more noticeable because the new voiceovers didn't match with the original voices (''especially'' Jay's).
13th Mar '17 12:49:35 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* Used for comic effect in ''Series/GarthMarenghisDarkplace'' - often lines either don't fit the MouthFlaps, or characters yell random lines of expositions without moving their lips.

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* Used for comic effect in ''Series/GarthMarenghisDarkplace'' - often ''Series/GarthMarenghisDarkplace'' as part of the ShowWithinAShow's StylisticSuck. Sometimes the looped lines either don't fit blatantly miss the MouthFlaps, or characters will yell random lines of expositions without moving their lips.lips. One scene ends with a minute-long sequence panning across random objects in the room while two characters rapidly fire off looped exposition from off screen in a clumsy attempt to fix plot holes in post.


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* ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'' uses audio looping to a very noticeable degree, though whether it's to get different line readings or to rework scenes after the fact is unclear.
30th Aug '16 4:34:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ThePresidentsAnalyst'' - during production, J. Edgar Hoover apparently expressed his disapproval of the portrayal of his agency, the FBI (and his own proxy character), so they changed the name to the FBR (Federal Board of Regulation), along with the CIA, now the CEA (Central Enquiries Agency) - footage already shot has obvious overdubs for the name changes. A disclaimer at the film's beginning heavily lampshades this.

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* ''ThePresidentsAnalyst'' ''Film/ThePresidentsAnalyst'' - during production, J. Edgar Hoover apparently expressed his disapproval of the portrayal of his agency, the FBI (and his own proxy character), so they changed the name to the FBR (Federal Board of Regulation), along with the CIA, now the CEA (Central Enquiries Agency) - footage already shot has obvious overdubs for the name changes. A disclaimer at the film's beginning heavily lampshades this.
30th Aug '16 4:33:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/SomeLikeItHot'': Tony Curtis's dialogue when he was dressed up as a female was dubbed by PaulFrees since Curtis had too deep of a voice to do a proper falsetto. He did attempt it during filming though, and one or two of his quick lines slipped through. Notably, Frees also had a small on-camera part as the owner of a speakeasy.

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* ''Film/SomeLikeItHot'': Tony Curtis's dialogue when he was dressed up as a female was dubbed by PaulFrees Creator/PaulFrees since Curtis had too deep of a voice to do a proper falsetto. He did attempt it during filming though, and one or two of his quick lines slipped through. Notably, Frees also had a small on-camera part as the owner of a speakeasy.
27th Jul '16 7:58:34 AM MCanter89
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* The early ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' episode "The Battle" featured the appearance of Picard's old ship the ''Stargazer''. The show was shot to the original script before the model shots of the ship were filmed, which had intended to use the old movie ''Enterprise'' model to represent it, and Laforge names it as a Constitution-class ship. However, the producers then changed their mind and made up a new model representing a previously unseen class. Levar Burton then redubbed his line using a similar-sounding but different class name, Constellation.

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* The early ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' episode "The Battle" featured the appearance of Picard's old ship ship, the ''Stargazer''. The show was shot to the original script before the model shots of the ship were filmed, which had intended to use the old movie ''Enterprise'' model to represent it, and Laforge names it as a Constitution-class ''Constitution''-class ship. However, the producers then changed their mind and made up a new model representing a previously unseen class. Levar Burton then redubbed his line using a similar-sounding but different class name, Constellation.''Constellation''.
29th May '16 4:07:18 AM lizaphile
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** JesuOtaku redubbed a lot of her live action skits in her episodes on YouTube from 2009-2011 for quality reasons, except for her first review, to show how far she's come.

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** JesuOtaku redubbed a lot of her his live action skits in her his episodes on YouTube from 2009-2011 for quality reasons, except for her but left his first review, review alone to show how far she's come.he came.
23rd Apr '16 11:16:23 PM Twentington
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* On ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'', Creator/AlexTrebek often re-records his reading of a clue in post if he stumbles over a word, but no lip-synching is involved because the screen usually shows the text of the clue rather than his face.

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* On ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'', Creator/AlexTrebek often re-records his reading of a clue in post if he stumbles over a word, but no lip-synching is involved because the screen usually shows the text of the clue rather than his face. This was taken to its logical extreme in a week of episodes in 2015, where ''all'' of the clues were re-recorded in post due to Alex having a cold at the time of taping that left him sounding very rough. A disclaimer was added at the start of episode indicating as such.
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