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15th Jan '17 9:55:11 AM nombretomado
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* This trope is actually the reason TheScottishPlay has such a superstitions reputation, for two connected reasons:

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* This trope is actually the reason TheScottishPlay [[{{Theatre/Macbeth}} The Scottish Play]] has such a superstitions reputation, for two connected reasons:
19th Dec '16 7:50:45 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Big Japan Pro Wrestling's early years were basically propped up by two wrestlers who departed from Wrestling/{{All Japan|ProWrestling}}(Shinya Kojika and Kendo Nagasaki), and it showed. They're solution was to turn to GarbageWrestling, but even in that field they couldn't match the explosives of Wrestling/{{FMW}} or production of IWA Japan, inspiring some of their more "distinct" hazards such as "heat stones"(space heaters wrapped in barbed wire) and piranha tanks, which remained even after they could afford better due to GrandFatherClause.

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* Big Japan Pro Wrestling's early years were basically propped up by two wrestlers who departed from Wrestling/{{All Japan|ProWrestling}}(Shinya Kojika and Kendo Nagasaki), and it showed. They're Their solution was to turn to GarbageWrestling, but even in that field they couldn't match the explosives of Wrestling/{{FMW}} or production of IWA Japan, inspiring some of their more "distinct" hazards such as "heat stones"(space heaters wrapped in barbed wire) and piranha tanks, which remained even after they could afford better due to GrandFatherClause.
27th Nov '16 5:05:36 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Big Japan Pro Wrestling's early years were basically propped up by two wrestlers who departed from Wrestling/{{All Japan|ProWrestling}}(Shinya Kojika and Kendo Nagasaki), and it showed. They're solution was to turn to GarbageWrestling, but even in that field they couldn't match the explosives of Wrestling/{{FMW}} or production of IWA Japan, inspiring some of their more "distinct" hazards such as "heat stones"(space heaters wrapped in barbed wire) and piranha tanks, which remained even after they could afford better due to GrandFatherClause.
21st Nov '16 3:46:04 AM AnomynousDisorder99
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* WebAnimation/TheAutisticWorldOfTheAutist and, basically, anything else made by Leon Davies, even his Let's Plays.
17th Oct '16 12:10:53 PM WikiWitness
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Well, that's our page. Hey, turn out the light when you're done - let's keep costs down.

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Well, ''Ok, people - that's our page. Hey, turn out a wrap! We've got an hour to get this whole page packed up and shipped back to YKTTW before they charge for the light when you're done - let's keep costs down. next day. Let's show some hustle!''
26th Aug '16 6:31:16 PM hamza678
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* ''WesternAnimation/TwelveOunceMouse''. All the characters resemble MSPaint drawings, and there are few effects. The creator joked it would '' cost five dollars and will take some of the paper sitting in the copier".
* ''WesternAnimation/PickleAndPeanut'' was definitely made on a low budget. Many of the characters and effects are stock images, and the ones that aren't, are usually drawn very simply.
12th Aug '16 7:57:17 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wrestling/RingOfHonor was in this situation after losing their distributor, RF Video. While the company was eventually saved by Sinclair Broadcast Group, SBG basically let them run for over a year without a production budget, despite being, well, a broadcast group. ROH in fact threatened to overtake CZW as the punchline.

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* Wrestling/RingOfHonor was in this situation after losing their distributor, RF Video. While the company was eventually saved by Sinclair Broadcast Group, SBG basically let them run for over a year without a production budget, despite being, well, a broadcast group. ROH in fact threatened to overtake CZW as the punchline.punchline, though while production progress was slow, SBG did come to learn the value of talent and venue ''slightly'' quicker.
7th Aug '16 12:58:09 AM Angus_Old
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* [[Series/TopGear Top Gear]] has episodes where presenters have to buy cars for a very low price, e.g. Porsches below £1500 or vans below £1000.[[/folder]]
6th Aug '16 12:35:41 PM Angus_Old
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* The Artega GT was a sports car that had cost a bit over $10 million to develop, while competitor ones usually cost at least 20 times more. Despite the low budget, it was designed by the famed Henrik Fisker.
31st Jul '16 1:30:11 PM Prinzenick
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* Joe Oriolo's made-for-TV WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat cartoons (the 1959-1961 Trans-Lux series) were made on very tight, shoestring budgets. The entire series only had a budget of 1,750,000$ (which, despite what one would think, is ''not'' big money for an entire series of animation) or basically 6,700$ per episode, hence why LimitedAnimation is in full effect (with rare instances of fully animated walk cycles), why there are so many shots just showing off the backgrounds and stock music cues, and even parts where they just slide cels across a background with no animation at all! To further limit the need for more elaborate animation and save money on the already meager budget, Jack Mercer ([[TalkingToHimself the sole voice actor for the series]]) was asked to enunciate his dialogue very slowly so that the animation would require less labor intensive artwork. Mercer also had to continually alter the pitch of the voice during takes, because he preformed his audio recordings straight through instead of recording each character separately and editing their dialogue together later on to save on money. To make matters worse, they had extremely tight deadlines--they had to turn out three completed episodes per ''week'' (one animator was cranking out 150 feet--or close to two minutes worth of animation each week just to get the episodes done) and were given [[WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants mere hours to write the scripts for each episode]]. John Canemaker's Felix book summed up just how frugal Joe Oriolo was forced to be on the show;

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* Joe Oriolo's made-for-TV WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat cartoons (the 1959-1961 Trans-Lux series) were made on very tight, shoestring budgets. The entire series only had a budget of 1,750,000$ (which, despite what one would think, is ''not'' big money for an entire a 260 episode series of animation) or basically 6,700$ per episode, hence why LimitedAnimation is in full effect (with rare instances of fully animated walk cycles), why there are so many shots just showing off the backgrounds and stock music cues, and even parts where they just slide cels across a background with no animation at all! To further limit the need for more elaborate animation and save money on the already meager budget, Jack Mercer ([[TalkingToHimself the sole voice actor for the series]]) was asked to enunciate his dialogue very slowly so that the animation would require less labor intensive artwork. Mercer also had to continually alter the pitch of the voice during takes, because he preformed his audio recordings straight through instead of recording each character separately and editing their dialogue together later on to save on money. To make matters worse, they had extremely tight deadlines--they had to turn out three completed episodes per ''week'' (one animator was cranking out 150 feet--or close to two minutes worth of animation each week just to get the episodes done) and were given [[WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants mere hours to write the scripts for each episode]]. John Canemaker's Felix book summed up just how frugal Joe Oriolo was forced to be on the show;
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