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5th Mar '17 1:11:46 AM Knock29
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* ''Film/WhoKilledCaptainAlex'' takes the No Budget thing to the extreme, which was only made on a budget of roughly '''$200'''. For context, the film company that made the film lived in slum in '''Uganda''', so you couldn't really blame them for the money issues.
4th Mar '17 12:03:30 PM Prinzenick
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** ''The Ruff & Ready Show'' had a budget that was tiny even by Hanna-Barbera's standards, around ''$3,000 per shor''t (even in 1958 that was paltry). Compare that to the last ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' shorts Hanna and Barbera made for MGM a couple years earlier, which had budgets of close to $60,000! ''Huckleberry Hound'' didn't fare much better with it's meager budget of 6,000$ per short.
25th Feb '17 2:17:02 AM DeepRed
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** The TropeCodifier is believed to be ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FabM1RJTkrY Pop Muzik']]' by M. The director, Brian Grant, [[http://goldenageofmusicvideo.com/?p=226 was on record saying]] that he was given a [[NoBudget budget limit of £2000]], so he had little choice but to produce the video on a 'white cyc' background and edit the video on the fly. The rest, as they say, is history.

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** The TropeCodifier is believed to be ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FabM1RJTkrY Pop Muzik']]' by M. The director, Brian Grant, [[http://goldenageofmusicvideo.com/?p=226 was on record saying]] that he was given a [[NoBudget budget limit of £2000]], £2000, so he had little choice but to produce the video on a 'white cyc' background and edit the video on the fly. The rest, as they say, is history.
25th Feb '17 2:16:32 AM DeepRed
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** The TropeCodifier is believed to be ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FabM1RJTkrY Pop Muzik']]' by M. The director, Brian Grant, [[http://goldenageofmusicvideo.com/?p=226 was on record saying]] that he was given a [[NoBudget budget limit of £2000]], so he had little choice but to produce the video on a 'white cyc' background and edit the video on the fly. The rest, as they say, is history.
25th Feb '17 2:15:10 AM DeepRed
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* Many early music videos during the NewWaveMusic era were shot in a WhiteVoidRoom, in order to keep costs to a minimum, as well as in keeping with the [[ThreeChordsAndTheTruth stripped-back sensibilities]] of the music.


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* Many early music videos during the NewWaveMusic era were shot in a WhiteVoidRoom, in order to keep costs to a minimum, as well as in keeping with the [[ThreeChordsAndTheTruth stripped-back sensibilities]] of the music.
25th Feb '17 2:14:23 AM DeepRed
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* Many early music videos during the NewWaveMusic era were shot in a WhiteVoidRoom, in order to keep costs to a minimum, as well as in keeping with the [[ThreeChordsAndTheTruth stripped-back sensibilities]] of the music.
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.
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