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20th Mar '17 6:40:21 PM TropesForever
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* Unlike the various [[Franchise/TheMuppets Muppet]] movies, most of the TV shows credit the Muppet performers, but not the characters they portray. An exception to this rule is the short-lived ''Series/TheJimHensonHour''.
** On ''Series/SesameStreet'', Caroll Spinney frequently received special credit for performing Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, while the other performers would usually be listed under the category "Jim Henson's Muppets."

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* Unlike the various [[Franchise/TheMuppets Muppet]] movies, most of the TV shows credit the Muppet performers, but not the characters they portray. An exception to this rule is the short-lived ''Series/TheJimHensonHour''.
** On ''Series/SesameStreet'', Caroll Spinney frequently received special credit for performing Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, while the other performers would usually be listed under the category "Jim Henson's Muppets."
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* ''Series/TheUntouchables'' is a rare Live Action example... and it's an {{Inver|tedTrope}}sion at that: During the Opening Credits, the actors playing the principle characters of the episode are shown. However, when the cast list is read in the closing credits, the only one of them that is specifically paired with his character is Robert Stack ([[TheLeader Elliot Ness]]). The co-stars and special guest stars are listed but their characters are not named in the credits, even though they were the principles; being standard text credits, the pictures are not shown either. This is followed by the listing of the rest of the episode's actors paired with their characters, first the {{Recurring Character}}s then the one-shots.


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[[folder:Live Action Television]]
* Franchise/TheMuppets:
** Unlike the various movies, most of the TV shows credit the Muppet performers, but not the characters they portray. An exception to this rule is the short-lived ''Series/TheJimHensonHour''.
** On ''Series/SesameStreet'', Caroll Spinney frequently received special credit for performing Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, while the other performers would usually be listed under the category "Jim Henson's Muppets."
* ''Series/TheUntouchables'' is a rare Live Action example... and it's an {{Inver|tedTrope}}sion at that: During the Opening Credits, the actors playing the principle characters of the episode are shown. However, when the cast list is read in the closing credits, the only one of them that is specifically paired with his character is Robert Stack ([[TheLeader Elliot Ness]]). The co-stars and special guest stars are listed but their characters are not named in the credits, even though they were the principles; being standard text credits, the pictures are not shown either. This is followed by the listing of the rest of the episode's actors paired with their characters, first the {{Recurring Character}}s then the one-shots.
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20th Mar '17 6:37:38 PM TropesForever
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** Zig-zagged by ''Film/FollowThatBird'': first it lists Caroll Spinney, Creator/JimHenson and Creator/FrankOz with their characters, but then Richard Hunt, Kathryn Mullen and Jerry Nelson are listed under the generic heading of "Principal Muppet Performers". All the other actors after this, both live-action and Muppeteers, are listed along with their characters.
20th Mar '17 6:29:43 PM TropesForever
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* Unlike the various ''[[Franchise/TheMuppets Muppet]]'' movies, most of the TV shows credit the Muppet performers, but not the characters they portray. An exception to this rule is the short-lived ''Series/TheJimHensonHour''.
** Caroll Spinney frequently received special credit for performing Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, while the other performers would usually be listed under the category "Jim Henson's Muppets."

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* Unlike the various ''[[Franchise/TheMuppets Muppet]]'' [[Franchise/TheMuppets Muppet]] movies, most of the TV shows credit the Muppet performers, but not the characters they portray. An exception to this rule is the short-lived ''Series/TheJimHensonHour''.
** On ''Series/SesameStreet'', Caroll Spinney frequently received special credit for performing Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, while the other performers would usually be listed under the category "Jim Henson's Muppets."
11th Mar '17 9:30:29 AM nombretomado
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* The [[http://www.uploadimages4free.com/upload/big/fillmoreswedishcredits-33109.jpg Swedish]], [[http://www.uploadimages4free.com/upload/big/fillmorenorwegiancredits-33110.jpg Norwegian]] and [[http://www.uploadimages4free.com/upload/big/fillmoredanishcredits-33111.jpg Danish]] credits of {{Fillmore}} on Scandinavian Disney Channel really didn't list who played who. Also, ''Fillmore!'' was second to-the-last new TV show on Nordic Disney Channel that received the Swedish-Norwegian-Danish-Arabic combo credits (at the time the show debuted in Scandinavian Disney Channel (August 2005), this channel aired live-action shows in subbed version.).

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* The [[http://www.uploadimages4free.com/upload/big/fillmoreswedishcredits-33109.jpg Swedish]], [[http://www.uploadimages4free.com/upload/big/fillmorenorwegiancredits-33110.jpg Norwegian]] and [[http://www.uploadimages4free.com/upload/big/fillmoredanishcredits-33111.jpg Danish]] credits of {{Fillmore}} ''WesternAnimation/{{Fillmore}}'' on Scandinavian Disney Channel really didn't list who played who. Also, ''Fillmore!'' was second to-the-last new TV show on Nordic Disney Channel that received the Swedish-Norwegian-Danish-Arabic combo credits (at the time the show debuted in Scandinavian Disney Channel (August 2005), this channel aired live-action shows in subbed version.).
8th Feb '17 4:47:15 PM superslinger2007
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* ''VideoGame/LegoDimensions'' has a block of names credits... that lumps the actual voice cast and the {{Fake Shemp}}s - which the game has a good amount of - together, giving the unaware the impression that Creator/HaroldRamis, Creator/WilliamHartnell and Music/JohnnyCash all rose from the grave together and joined up with a Creator/ChristopherEccleston who somehow got over his CreatorBacklash of ''Series/DoctorWho'' to do voiceovers alongside Troy Baker and Creator/GaryOldman among others. (Cash is credited for the usage of archival audio of his guest spot in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E9ElViajeMisteriosoDeNuestroJomer El Viaje Misterioso De Nuestro Jomer]]", by the way.)

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* ''VideoGame/LegoDimensions'' has a block of names name credits... that lumps the actual voice cast and the {{Fake Shemp}}s - which the game has a good amount of - together, giving the unaware the impression that Creator/HaroldRamis, Creator/WilliamHartnell and Music/JohnnyCash all rose from the grave together and joined up with a Creator/ChristopherEccleston who somehow got over his CreatorBacklash of ''Series/DoctorWho'' to do voiceovers alongside Troy Baker and Creator/GaryOldman among others. (Cash is credited for the usage of archival audio of his guest spot in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E9ElViajeMisteriosoDeNuestroJomer El Viaje Misterioso De Nuestro Jomer]]", by the way.))
* ''VideoGame/DisneyInfinity'' also has a block of name credits in each of the three games, with the separate credit of "and Creator/AnthonyDaniels [[AndStarring as C-3PO]]" in ''3.0 Edition''.
31st Jan '17 6:42:19 PM cartoonfan945
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* ''VideoGame/DreamWeb'' credits the actors, but never states who voiced whom. The only one people would know is Martin Sherman as Ryan, since his voice is similar to his work on Thomas and Friends.

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* The PC version of ''VideoGame/DreamWeb'' credits the actors, actors who voiced the dialouge, but never states who voiced whom. which character. The only one people would know guess is that Ryan is voiced by Martin Sherman Sherman, as Ryan, since he is top billed and his voice is similar reminiscence to his work on Thomas and Friends.Thomas, a character he voiced many years later.



* The PC version of ''VideoGame/DreamWeb'' credits the actors who voiced the dialouge, but never states who voiced which character. The only guess is that Ryan is voiced by Martin Sherman, as he is top billed and his voice is reminiscence to Thomas, a character he voiced many years later.

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* The PC version of ''VideoGame/DreamWeb'' credits the actors who voiced the dialouge, but never states who voiced which character. The only guess is that Ryan is voiced by Martin Sherman, as he is top billed and his voice is reminiscence to Thomas, a character he voiced many years later.
27th Jan '17 4:58:10 PM cartoonfan945
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* The English dub of ''Anime/SpeedRacer'' lists the actors, but never state who voiced whom. The only one fans can guess is Corinne Orr, as she is the only female actress. It wasn't until years later, when some of the surviving casts mentioned who voiced which character at conventions. (Peter Fernandez stated in the commentary for the 1993 movie that he voiced Speed and Racer X, along some background characters. One of those character was the thug in yellow from "The Car Hater".


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* ''VideoGame/DreamWeb'' credits the actors, but never states who voiced whom. The only one people would know is Martin Sherman as Ryan, since his voice is similar to his work on Thomas and Friends.


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* ''WesternAnimation/TheMrMenShow'':
** Only the main cast is credited, meaning some characters, like the robots and aliens that appear in the show are not credited. Fans guess that Mr. Grumpy's robot share the same voice as himself (obviously), and Herbie Homemaker is voiced by Mr. Tickle.
** Even then, some of the actors were using pseudonyms that can never be traced. Like with Yo-kai Watch, it wasn't until later much later when Twitter feeds state that some of the actors' real names (Mr. Scatterbrain's voice actor).
19th Jan '17 11:35:33 AM Willbyr
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* ''DragonBall'' and ''DragonBallZ'' (episodes 68-291). This was corrected for DBZ's remastered season sets, although a few voices still weren't listed, and a couple were miscredited. DB's season sets still contain this trope, as well as some of the DBZ movies.

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* ''DragonBall'' ''Manga/DragonBall'' and ''DragonBallZ'' ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' (episodes 68-291). This was corrected for DBZ's remastered season sets, although a few voices still weren't listed, and a couple were miscredited. DB's season sets still contain this trope, as well as some of the DBZ movies.
14th Jan '17 1:25:39 AM Xtifr
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* None of the ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' games include English credits. This created quite a bit of confusion in trying to identify the voice actor for Yuki Terumi. [[note]]For the longest time it was believed that it was DougErholtz, only to find out that it was actually ErikDavies that voiced him. Funnily enough, Erholtz actually ended voicing the character after all in the UpdatedRerelease of the second game, and has been his actor ever since.[[/note]]

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* None of the ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' games include English credits. This created quite a bit of confusion in trying to identify the voice actor for Yuki Terumi. [[note]]For the longest time it was believed that it was DougErholtz, Creator/DougErholtz, only to find out that it was actually ErikDavies Creator/ErikDavies that voiced him. Funnily enough, Erholtz actually ended voicing the character after all in the UpdatedRerelease of the second game, and has been his actor ever since.[[/note]]
22nd Dec '16 8:12:35 PM cartoonfan945
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* The Italian dub of ''Anime/YoKaiWatch'' credits only four voice actors missing who is who. A good ear can get that the four voices are Nathan, Whisper, Jibanyan and Manjimutt, but it's still missing everyone else.

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* ''Anime/YoKaiWatch'':
** The Disney dub credits the actors, but never credited which characters the actors voiced. It wasn't until Twitter announcements from conventions stated who appear and the first movie where they credited the actors for what characters they voiced
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The Italian dub of ''Anime/YoKaiWatch'' credits only four voice actors missing who is who. A good ear can get that the four voices are Nathan, Whisper, Jibanyan and Manjimutt, but it's still missing everyone else.


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* The English dubs of ''[[WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine Thomas and Friends]]'' have the actors credited, but never stated whom exactly voiced which character. The only way you can tell are the girl voices, but even that doesn't help. Eventually, both of Thomas' voice actors stated in interviews state which characters they exactly voice. "Tale of the Brave" did tried to fix this by crediting the actors, but there was still a few hiccups.
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