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17th Feb '18 2:09:40 AM nombretomado
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* ''Series/{{Blackadder}} Goes Forth'' ends with a famous DramaBombFinale when the characters go "over the top" into [[KillEmAll almost certain death]] in a battle of UsefulNotes/WorldWarI. The final shot of the hellish crater-stewn battlefield fades into the field as seen in the present day, aflower with [[ThePoppy poppies]].

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* ''Series/{{Blackadder}} Goes Forth'' ends with a famous DramaBombFinale when the characters go "over the top" into [[KillEmAll almost certain death]] in a battle of UsefulNotes/WorldWarI. The final shot of the hellish crater-stewn battlefield fades into the field as seen in the present day, aflower with [[ThePoppy [[UsefulNotes/ThePoppy poppies]].
29th Jan '18 7:08:12 PM WillKeaton
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* The ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} Literature/{{Discworld}}'' fansite [[http://www.byenighte.com/ Discworld Bye Nighte]]. The "title page" for every section has a circle (usually the sun) in the upper left and a tall structure on the right. Clicking through them, you can see the Tower of Art dissolve into the Diamond Castle in Genua, Don'tgonearthe Castle in {{Uberwald}} (with the sun becoming a full moon), a volcanic island, and so on. The "Bye the Waye" section even has the three main components labeled: "Circle", "Peaks" and "Horizon".

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* The ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} Literature/{{Discworld}}'' fansite [[http://www.byenighte.com/ Discworld Bye Nighte]]. Nighte.]] The "title page" for every section has a circle (usually the sun) in the upper left and a tall structure on the right. Clicking through them, you can see the Tower of Art dissolve into the Diamond Castle in Genua, Don'tgonearthe Castle in {{Uberwald}} (with the sun becoming a full moon), a volcanic island, and so on. The "Bye the Waye" section even has the three main components labeled: "Circle", "Peaks" and "Horizon".
12th Jan '18 8:19:35 PM 64SuperNintendo
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** Itself a ShoutOut to Powell & Pressburger's 1944 film ''Film/ACanterburyTale'' in which a medieval pilgrim's hawk is matched with a Hurricane fighter.

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** Itself a ShoutOut to Powell & and Pressburger's 1944 film ''Film/ACanterburyTale'' in which a medieval pilgrim's hawk is matched with a Hurricane fighter.



* ''Film/FinalDestination3'' uses this to cut from Ashley & Ashlyn's burning tanning beds at their death scene to their coffins at their funeral.

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* ''Film/FinalDestination3'' uses this to cut from Ashley & and Ashlyn's burning tanning beds at their death scene to their coffins at their funeral.
29th Dec '17 8:14:22 AM Nikku
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* In ''Anime/DragonballZ'', just after Trunks has destroyed Future 17 and 18, there's a very creative cut in which a close up of his eye and eyebrow fade into a shot of a tree branch which the sun partially hidden behind it.
23rd Dec '17 11:07:06 AM nombretomado
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** As with the studio logos (such as TwentiethCenturyFox and Creator/{{Universal}}) at the very beginning of some movies.

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** As with the studio logos (such as TwentiethCenturyFox Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox and Creator/{{Universal}}) at the very beginning of some movies.
4th Nov '17 7:38:40 PM johnnye
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Also see AgeCut, StopTrick, and BodyWipe. See TwistedEchoCut for when it's done with dialogue.

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Also see AgeCut, StopTrick, AgeCut and BodyWipe. See TwistedEchoCut for when it's done with dialogue.
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When everything stays the same ''except'' for one element, it's a StopTrick.
29th Oct '17 11:34:45 AM nombretomado
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** ''WesternAnimation/TheBusyWorldOfRichardScarry'' (an animated series by {{Cinar}} that Paramount co-produced) also did this during the title sequence.

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** ''WesternAnimation/TheBusyWorldOfRichardScarry'' (an animated series by {{Cinar}} Creator/{{Cinar}} that Paramount co-produced) also did this during the title sequence.
21st Oct '17 3:08:15 PM Tallens
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* ''Film/OnlyTheBrave'' has an overhead shot of the fire bear running through a burning forest which cuts to the crew picking their way through the blackened aftermath of a fire.
7th Oct '17 4:59:30 AM PaulA
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** Parodied in ''VideoGame/{{Startopia}}'', where the bone and the satellite are replaced by a...donut and a donut-shaped space station. Where does a hominid get a donut, you ask me? Why, from a massive, black, featureless, monolithic [[MundaneMadeAwesome donut dispenser]]. Duh.
** Parodied in ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'', where the satellite changes right back into a bone and hits the caveman on the head.
** Itself a ShoutOut to Powell & Pressburger's 1944 film ACanterburyTale in which a medieval pilgrim's hawk is matched with a Hurricane fighter.

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** Parodied in ''VideoGame/{{Startopia}}'', where the bone and the satellite are replaced by a...donut and a donut-shaped space station. Where does a hominid get a donut, you ask me? Why, from a massive, black, featureless, monolithic [[MundaneMadeAwesome donut dispenser]]. Duh.
** Parodied in ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'', where the satellite changes right back into a bone and hits the caveman on the head.
** Itself a ShoutOut to Powell & Pressburger's 1944 film ACanterburyTale ''Film/ACanterburyTale'' in which a medieval pilgrim's hawk is matched with a Hurricane fighter.


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* ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'' includes a parody of the ''2001'' match cut, where the satellite changes right back into a bone and hits the caveman on the head.


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* ''VideoGame/{{Startopia}}'' includes a parody of the ''2001'' transition, where the bone and the satellite are replaced by a...donut and a donut-shaped space station. Where does a hominid get a donut, you ask me? Why, from a massive, black, featureless, monolithic [[MundaneMadeAwesome donut dispenser]]. Duh.
7th Oct '17 4:54:02 AM PaulA
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** Episode 3 of "The Wheel in Space" has a closeup of the Second Doctor's face as he says he's sure something's wrong but doesn't know what, which dissolves to the face of a Cyberman elsewhere. This is probably the earliest example in the show (barring one in a MissingEpisode) as editing technology had only recently progressed to the point where the BBC could afford to do this sort of thing.

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** In "The Enemy of the World", the villain closely resembles the Doctor, and the Doctor is persuaded to impersonate him. Episode 4 begins with the villain learning that he has an imposter on the loose; the scene ends with a close-up of the villain's face, which dissolves into a close-up of the Doctor's face that begins the next scene.
** Episode 3 of "The Wheel in Space" has a closeup of the Second Doctor's face as he says he's sure something's wrong but doesn't know what, which dissolves to the face of a Cyberman elsewhere. This is probably the earliest example in the show (barring one in a MissingEpisode) as editing technology had only recently progressed to the point where the BBC could afford to do this sort of thing.
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