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8th Apr '17 1:28:21 PM szielins
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* Rene Magritte's painting ''[[http://picasaweb.google.com/bnagya/EpreskertKintEsBent#5459998752619898290 Euclidean Promenades]]'' depicts an upper-story view of a town in which the shape of a conical spire is exactly matched by the shape of a road receding in perspective to the horizon.

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* Rene Magritte's painting ''[[http://picasaweb.google.com/bnagya/EpreskertKintEsBent#5459998752619898290 ''[[http://onesurrealistaday.com/post/6506260849/euclidean-promenades Euclidean Promenades]]'' depicts an upper-story view of a town in which the shape of a conical spire is exactly matched by the shape of a road receding in perspective to the horizon.
4th Apr '17 5:56:11 PM nombretomado
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* At the end of [[PixarShorts ''Tokyo Mater'']] when Kabuto finds out that he had lost the race to TokyoTower to [[WesternAnimation/{{Cars}} Mater]], the scene immediately cuts to Kabuto having all of his modifications being pulled off his body and being laughed at by the other cars.

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* At the end of [[PixarShorts [[WesternAnimation/PixarShorts ''Tokyo Mater'']] when Kabuto finds out that he had lost the race to TokyoTower to [[WesternAnimation/{{Cars}} Mater]], the scene immediately cuts to Kabuto having all of his modifications being pulled off his body and being laughed at by the other cars.
28th Feb '17 4:21:07 AM Adept
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** ''TheBusyWorldOfRichardScarry'' (an animated series by {{Cinar}} that Paramount co-produced) also did this during the title sequence.

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** ''TheBusyWorldOfRichardScarry'' ''WesternAnimation/TheBusyWorldOfRichardScarry'' (an animated series by {{Cinar}} that Paramount co-produced) also did this during the title sequence.
3rd Jan '17 12:26:39 PM dsneybuf
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* During ''Film/SinginInTheRain'''s last number, "You Are My Lucky Star", the film fades from Don singing to Kathy in profile, to a drawing of his profile, then zooms out to reveal a billboard for a movie starring both Don and Kathy, also titled ''Singin' in the Rain''.

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* ''Film/SinginInTheRain'':
** "The Broadway Melody" transitions back into reality by fading from Creator/GeneKelly smiling to the viewers, to Don (also played by Kelly) talking to RF.
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During ''Film/SinginInTheRain'''s last number, "You Are My Lucky Star", the last number, the film fades from Don singing to Kathy in profile, to a drawing of his profile, then zooms out to reveal a billboard for a movie starring both Don and Kathy, also titled ''Singin' in the Rain''.
3rd Jan '17 12:24:43 PM dsneybuf
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* During ''Film/SinginInTheRain'''s last number, "You Are My Lucky Star", the film fades from Don singing to Kathy in profile, to a drawing of his profile, then zooms out to reveal a billboard for a movie starring both Don and Kathy, also titled ''Singin' in the Rain''.
8th Dec '16 11:53:44 AM Kid
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* In Baz Luhrmann's 90s adaptation''Film/WilliamShakespearesRomeoAndJuliet'': Mercutio's death scene ends with a long view of the old theater arch... which fades into the next scene, where Juliet is sitting on her bed talking innocently about her hopes for that night. The arch frames her, showing that she's on stage despite her solitude. The scene ends with another match-cut where her smiling hopeful face lines up with the angry screaming face of the husband she waits for, just before he kills her cousin and destroys their ability to have the happiness she's been pining for.

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* In Baz Luhrmann's 90s adaptation''Film/WilliamShakespearesRomeoAndJuliet'': adaptation ''Film/WilliamShakespearesRomeoAndJuliet'': Mercutio's death scene ends with a long view of the old theater arch... which fades into the next scene, where Juliet is sitting on her bed talking innocently about her hopes for that night. The arch frames her, showing that she's on stage despite her solitude. The scene ends with another match-cut where her smiling hopeful face lines up with the angry screaming face of the husband she waits for, just before he kills her cousin and destroys their ability to have the happiness she's been pining for.
29th Nov '16 3:39:51 PM Prfnoff
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* ''Theatre/CityOfAngels'' does this several times when transitioning out of the ShowWithinAShow. Mallory undoing Stone's tie segues to Donna tying Stine's tie; Irwin S. Irving's body on a gurney segues to Buddy on a massage table; and Oolie getting into bed segues to Stine lying in bed with Donna.

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* ''Theatre/CityOfAngels'' does this several times when transitioning out of the ShowWithinAShow. Mallory undoing Stone's tie segues to Donna tying Stine's tie; Irwin S. Irving's body on a gurney segues to Buddy (played by the same actor) on a massage table; and Oolie getting into bed segues to Stine lying in bed with Donna.Donna (played by the same actress).
17th Nov '16 6:22:21 AM muninwing
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* ''Film/{{Romeo + Juliet}}'': Mercutio's death scene ends with a long view of the old theater arch... which fades into the next scene, where Juliet is sitting on her bed talking innocently about her hopes for that night. The arch frames her, showing that she's on stage despite her solitude. The scene ends with another match-cut where her smiling hopeful face lines up with the angry screaming face of the husband she waits for, just before he kills her cousin and destroys their ability to have the happiness she's been pining for.

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* ''Film/{{Romeo + Juliet}}'': In Baz Luhrmann's 90s adaptation''Film/WilliamShakespearesRomeoAndJuliet'': Mercutio's death scene ends with a long view of the old theater arch... which fades into the next scene, where Juliet is sitting on her bed talking innocently about her hopes for that night. The arch frames her, showing that she's on stage despite her solitude. The scene ends with another match-cut where her smiling hopeful face lines up with the angry screaming face of the husband she waits for, just before he kills her cousin and destroys their ability to have the happiness she's been pining for.
17th Nov '16 6:15:21 AM muninwing
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* ''Film/{{Romeo + Juliet}}'': Mercutio's death scene ends with a long view of the old theater arch... which fades into the next scene, where Juliet is sitting on her bed talking innocently about her hopes for that night. The arch frames her, showing that she's on stage despite her solitude. The scene ends with another match-cut where her smiling hopeful face lines up with the angry screaming face of the husband she waits for, just before he kills her cousin and destroys their ability to have the happiness she's been pining for.
23rd Oct '16 2:05:03 AM nicksplosivez
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** Used in the travelling montage in ''Film/Hotfuzz''

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** Used in the travelling montage in ''Film/Hotfuzz''''Film/HotFuzz''
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