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15th Jul '17 10:47:26 AM Rubber_Lotus
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** Several Batman writers have experimented with this kind of story, from the '80s until today. The quarterly anthology ''The Batman Chronicles'' would run a dialogue-free story every issue when it first came out, though this was dropped about three issues in.
23rd Apr '17 12:56:29 PM nombretomado
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* The Leonardo segment of the ''[[TMNT2003 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' (2003) episode "The Shredder Strikes Back, Pt. 1" is done in this manner; it's not immediately noticeable, however, since the characters do continue to grunt and do battle noises. The comic book issue this episode was based on, ''Leonardo #1'', also used the technique.

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* The Leonardo segment of the ''[[TMNT2003 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' (2003) ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'' episode "The Shredder Strikes Back, Pt. 1" is done in this manner; it's not immediately noticeable, however, since the characters do continue to grunt and do battle noises. The comic book issue this episode was based on, ''Leonardo #1'', also used the technique.
27th Jan '17 3:33:53 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''SpaceAboveAndBeyond'': "Who Monitors the Birds?"
* In one episode of ''WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'', Justin and Harper become good friends due to their shared appreciation of silent movies (which Alex hates). After Alex messes up their friendship, they get back at her by turning the world into a silent movie, treating the audience to a few minutes of DeliberatelyMonochrome and SilenceIsGolden.
* ''Series/TheTwilightZone'''s "The Invaders," has only one line of dialogue apart from Creator/RodSerling's opening/closing narration [[spoiler: and it's not spoken by the show's only human cast member Agnes Moorehead - who on reading the script asked where her part was - but by episode director Douglas Heyes as the voice of the Earth astronaut whose ship is being destroyed by the giant played by Miss Moorehead]].

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* ''SpaceAboveAndBeyond'': ''Series/SpaceAboveAndBeyond'': "Who Monitors the Birds?"
* In one episode of ''WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'', ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'', Justin and Harper become good friends due to their shared appreciation of silent movies (which Alex hates). After Alex messes up their friendship, they get back at her by turning the world into a silent movie, treating the audience to a few minutes of DeliberatelyMonochrome and SilenceIsGolden.
* ''Series/TheTwilightZone'''s ''Series/TheTwilightZone1959'' episode "The Invaders," has only one line of dialogue apart from Creator/RodSerling's opening/closing narration [[spoiler: and it's not spoken by the show's only human cast member Agnes Moorehead - who on reading the script asked where her part was - but by episode director Douglas Heyes as the voice of the Earth astronaut whose ship is being destroyed by the giant played by Miss Moorehead]].
6th Jan '17 4:46:35 PM nombretomado
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* The ''HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'' episode "Ikkakujuu".

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* %%* The ''HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'' ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'' episode "Ikkakujuu".
22nd Dec '16 12:17:34 PM Viira
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* The ''Videogame/{{Overwatch}}'' short ''The Last Bastion'' stars the titular robot, who is only capable of communicating in mechanical beeps and Ganymede, a small bird that it befriends.

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* The ''Videogame/{{Overwatch}}'' short ''The Last Bastion'' stars the titular robot, who is only capable of communicating in mechanical beeps beeps, and Ganymede, a small bird that it befriends.
24th Oct '16 12:21:54 PM Riley1sCool
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* Used in, of all things, an issue of ''ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}'' when Deadpool goes temporarily deaf.
11th Oct '16 3:56:04 PM nombretomado
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* ClassicDisneyShorts
** The MickeyMouse short ''The Little Whirlwind'' is mostly dialogue-free, save for talk between Mickey and Minnie at the beginning and end.

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* ClassicDisneyShorts
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** The MickeyMouse WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse short ''The Little Whirlwind'' is mostly dialogue-free, save for talk between Mickey and Minnie at the beginning and end.
10th Oct '16 10:20:30 PM kazokuhouou
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* Another partial example from ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel'': the episode "Alone" is focused on three separate characters (Nurse Bendy, Miss Censordoll and Miss Sculptham). The latter does not speak words (although still grunts, sighs, etc.) during her scenes, but has the radio playing. The fact this episode reveals some new info about her adds to its shock value.

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* Another partial example from ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel'': the episode "Alone" is focused on three separate characters (Nurse Bendy, Miss Censordoll and Miss Sculptham). The latter does not speak words (although still grunts, sighs, etc.) during her scenes, but has the radio playing. The fact this episode reveals some new info about her adds to its shock value. [[spoiler: Specifically, through the radio, newspaper headlines, and context clues, we find out that Miss Sculptham lured a rapist to her apartment to rape her, got pregnant by it, and performed a wire-hanger abortion.]]
28th Aug '16 7:44:39 AM Hanz
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* The ''Videogame/{{Overwatch}}'' short ''The Last Bastion'' stars the titular robot, who is only capable of communicating in mechanical beeps and Ganymede, a small bird that it befriends.
3rd Aug '16 6:23:27 AM twilicorn
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* The season 3 {{BoJack Horseman}} episode ''Fish Out Of Water'' has all of the dialogue for around 90% of the episode muted as bubbles and gurgles as an effect of the diving helmet worn by [=BoJack=], the random gurgles of the natives and the fact that it takes place underwater. [[spoiler:The sudden sound of a human voice right at the end to show that he could have been heard at any point comes as an enormous shock after so much lack of dialogue.]]

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* The season 3 {{BoJack Horseman}} ''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman'' episode ''Fish "Fish Out Of Water'' Water" has all of the dialogue for around 90% of the episode muted as bubbles and gurgles as an effect of the diving helmet worn by [=BoJack=], the random gurgles of the natives and the fact that it takes place underwater. [[spoiler:The sudden sound of a human voice right at the end to show that he could have been heard at any point comes as an enormous shock after so much lack of dialogue.]]
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