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6th Sep '17 7:04:58 PM FF32
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* ''Theatre/Curtains'' gives us this when Nikki shows up with the murderer's gun:

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* ''Theatre/Curtains'' ''Theatre/{{Curtains}}'' gives us this when Nikki shows up with the murderer's gun:
11th Jun '17 11:44:19 AM nombretomado
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* The opening section of the finale of Creator/LudwigVanBeethoven's Ninth Symphony, after two hectic outbursts, proceeds to a lengthy instrumental recitative, with snippets from the three earlier movements which every time are inconclusively cut off. Though the meaning of these interruptions cannot be precisely explained, after a four bar passage ''not'' borrowed from a previous movement but hinting at the real theme of the finale, the instrumental recitative proceeds quickly to a triumphant cadence, followed by an extensive development of the theme. Between this development and the actual singing of Schiller's "Ode to Joy" to this theme, the music returns to the hectic outburst that opened the movement, and a shorter version of the recitative, this time actually sung, with words which may be taken as explanation for the earlier interruptions:

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* The opening section of the finale of Creator/LudwigVanBeethoven's Music/LudwigVanBeethoven's Ninth Symphony, after two hectic outbursts, proceeds to a lengthy instrumental recitative, with snippets from the three earlier movements which every time are inconclusively cut off. Though the meaning of these interruptions cannot be precisely explained, after a four bar passage ''not'' borrowed from a previous movement but hinting at the real theme of the finale, the instrumental recitative proceeds quickly to a triumphant cadence, followed by an extensive development of the theme. Between this development and the actual singing of Schiller's "Ode to Joy" to this theme, the music returns to the hectic outburst that opened the movement, and a shorter version of the recitative, this time actually sung, with words which may be taken as explanation for the earlier interruptions:
29th May '17 7:46:10 PM kquinn0830
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* ''Theatre/Curtains'' gives us this when Nikki shows up with the murderer's gun:
-->'''Bambi:''' She did it!\\
'''The rest of the cast and crew:''' ''She did it, she did it, she did it, she did it, that Nikki is tricky and slick-''\\
'''Cioffi:''' ''[interrupting]'' STOP IT!
2nd Feb '17 8:23:12 AM Morgenthaler
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* In an episode of ''Series/JeevesAndWooster'' (and no doubt in the original story), Jeeves manages to scuttle Tuppy Glossop's budding relationship with an opera singer by having her sing "Sonny Boy" in a talent show the haves are putting on for the have-nots -- the trick being he already got other people to sing it earlier (without Tuppy's knowledge). When she sang she got roundly booed.

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* ''Series/JeevesAndWooster'':
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In an episode of ''Series/JeevesAndWooster'' (and no doubt in the original story), Jeeves manages to scuttle Tuppy Glossop's budding relationship with an opera singer by having her sing "Sonny Boy" in a talent show the haves are putting on for the have-nots -- the trick being he already got other people to sing it earlier (without Tuppy's knowledge). When she sang she got roundly booed.



* This is a plot point near the end of ''Film/AMightyWind'', as the Folksmen realize that the New Main Street Singers are singing a cover of the song with which they [the Folksmen] intended to open.
** One of them angrily suggests that they go ahead do the song anyway, figuring the audience will like their version better because TNMSS' rendition is so unbelievably cheesy.

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* This is a plot point near the end of ''Film/AMightyWind'', as the Folksmen realize that the New Main Street Singers are singing a cover of the song with which they [the Folksmen] intended to open.
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open. One of them angrily suggests that they go ahead do the song anyway, figuring the audience will like their version better because TNMSS' rendition is so unbelievably cheesy.
2nd Feb '17 8:22:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* In StanFreberg's Music/LawrenceWelk parody "Wun'erful, Wun'erful," after the applause for the Lemmon Sisters' rendition of "Thank You for All Those Cards and Letters, You Folks Out There in Television [[strike:Land]] Lant," the next singer, "that man with the deep, deep voice, Larry Looper," offers to perform the same song. Welk (or Freberg's impersonation of him) objects, "I'm sorry, that number has been taken."
* In the Cole Porter musical Anything Goes, Moonface Martin sings "Be Like the Bluebird" in an attempt to cheer up Billy after they're left to rot in the brig. When two more characters are thrown in with them, he starts to sing the same song, to which Billy responds "Would you forget about that?!"

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* In StanFreberg's Creator/StanFreberg's Music/LawrenceWelk parody "Wun'erful, Wun'erful," after the applause for the Lemmon Sisters' rendition of "Thank You for All Those Cards and Letters, You Folks Out There in Television [[strike:Land]] Lant," the next singer, "that man with the deep, deep voice, Larry Looper," offers to perform the same song. Welk (or Freberg's impersonation of him) objects, "I'm sorry, that number has been taken."
* In the Cole Porter musical Anything Goes, ''Theatre/AnythingGoes'', Moonface Martin sings "Be Like the Bluebird" in an attempt to cheer up Billy after they're left to rot in the brig. When two more characters are thrown in with them, he starts to sing the same song, to which Billy responds "Would you forget about that?!"
2nd Feb '17 8:21:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* The opening section of the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, after two hectic outbursts, proceeds to a lengthy instrumental recitative, with snippets from the three earlier movements which every time are inconclusively cut off. Though the meaning of these interruptions cannot be precisely explained, after a four bar passage ''not'' borrowed from a previous movement but hinting at the real theme of the finale, the instrumental recitative proceeds quickly to a triumphant cadence, followed by an extensive development of the theme. Between this development and the actual singing of Schiller's "Ode to Joy" to this theme, the music returns to the hectic outburst that opened the movement, and a shorter version of the recitative, this time actually sung, with words which may be taken as explanation for the earlier interruptions:

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* The opening section of the finale of Beethoven's Creator/LudwigVanBeethoven's Ninth Symphony, after two hectic outbursts, proceeds to a lengthy instrumental recitative, with snippets from the three earlier movements which every time are inconclusively cut off. Though the meaning of these interruptions cannot be precisely explained, after a four bar passage ''not'' borrowed from a previous movement but hinting at the real theme of the finale, the instrumental recitative proceeds quickly to a triumphant cadence, followed by an extensive development of the theme. Between this development and the actual singing of Schiller's "Ode to Joy" to this theme, the music returns to the hectic outburst that opened the movement, and a shorter version of the recitative, this time actually sung, with words which may be taken as explanation for the earlier interruptions:
2nd Feb '17 8:16:59 AM Morgenthaler
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-->-- ''TotalDramaWorldTour'', 'Walk Like An Egyptian Part One'

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-->-- ''TotalDramaWorldTour'', ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaWorldTour'', 'Walk Like An Egyptian Part One'
19th May '16 4:12:05 PM nombretomado
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* In an episode of ''TheMightyBoosh'', Howard tries to cheer Vince up by performing a song whose message is that "It's what's inside that counts." A few minutes later, Naboo the Enigma and Bollo start to sing the same song, but Howard tells them, "We've already done that one."

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* In an episode of ''TheMightyBoosh'', ''Series/TheMightyBoosh'', Howard tries to cheer Vince up by performing a song whose message is that "It's what's inside that counts." A few minutes later, Naboo the Enigma and Bollo start to sing the same song, but Howard tells them, "We've already done that one."
4th Jun '15 11:57:36 PM ZombieAladdin
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* This happens across episodes in ''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012''. The episode "[[Recap/LittlestPetShop2012S2E21SunilsSickDay Sunil's Sick Day]]" contains the song "Cyril [=McFlip=]," about Russell's detective persona. In the episode "[[Recap/LittlestPetShop2012S3E4SecretCupet Secret Cupet]]," Russell dons the Cyril [=McFlip=] persona again; his friends attempt to sing another version of it, but Russell stops them one line into the song.
16th Mar '15 1:33:59 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''{{Futurama}}'' episode "How Hermes Requisitioned His Groove Back," Hermes Conrad has a song starting "When I was four there was a hurricane in Kingston town". At the very end of the credits for that episode, Zoidberg can be heard starting "When I was two there was a tidal wave in" before abruptly being cut off.

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* In the ''{{Futurama}}'' ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}'' episode "How Hermes Requisitioned His Groove Back," Hermes Conrad has a song starting "When I was four there was a hurricane in Kingston town". At the very end of the credits for that episode, Zoidberg can be heard starting "When I was two there was a tidal wave in" before abruptly being cut off.
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