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18th Oct '17 10:08:05 AM ngh93
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* Hatty Jones' first and only film role to date was the titular character in the 1998 Adaptation of ''Film/{{Madeline}}''.

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* Hatty Jones' first and only film role to date was the titular character in the 1998 Adaptation adaptation of ''Film/{{Madeline}}''.
13th Oct '17 9:09:45 AM WoodyAlien3rd
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* [[RuleOfThree Amiga beat 'em up]] ''Motörhead'', based on [[Music/{{Motorhead}} the eponymous group]], is the only game ever developed by Kaitsu Software.
13th Oct '17 9:03:22 AM WoodyAlien3rd
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* Clockwork Tortoise, Inc. (''The Adventures of Batman & Robin'' for Genesis and Sega CD, 1995)
* Gaslamp Games might count since, outside ''VideoGame/DungeonsOfDredmor'' and all its re-releases and DLC, they only released the unfinished ''Clockwork Empires''. After two years on Steam's Early Access, the game was sold in late 2016 at full price but in an incomplete, broken and messy state. Then the devs went silent since December 2016 and the company more or less imploded (see also: CreatorKiller).
10th Oct '17 10:56:43 AM Twentington
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* The game show ''Series/TheCrossWits'' has two examples. The 1975-80 version was the only television role for LovelyAssistant Jerri Fiala; one week of episodes had her serve as celebrity partner, while Kitty Hilton (then-wife of game show announcer Bob Hilton) got ''her'' only TV role taking Jerri's usual spot. The 1986 revival was both the only game show duty for David Sparks (his only roles overall being ''PM Magazine'' and a short-lived outdoors show on ESPN, although he also hosted the unsold game show pilot ''On a Roll'') ''and'' the only announcing role for Michelle Roth.

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* The game show ''Series/TheCrossWits'' has two examples. The 1975-80 version was the only television role for LovelyAssistant Jerri Fiala; one week of episodes had her serve as celebrity partner, while Kitty Hilton (then-wife of game show announcer Bob Hilton) got ''her'' only TV role taking Jerri's usual spot. The 1986 revival was both also the only game show duty for David Sparks (his only roles overall being ''PM Magazine'' and a short-lived outdoors show on ESPN, although he also hosted the unsold game show pilot ''On a Roll'') ''and'' the only announcing television role for announcer Michelle Roth.
10th Oct '17 10:55:57 AM Twentington
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* The game show ''Series/TheCrossWits'' has two examples. The 1975-80 version was the only television role for LovelyAssistant Jerri Fiala; one week of episodes had her serve as celebrity partner, while Kitty Hilton (then-wife of game show announcer Bob Hilton) got ''her'' only TV role taking Jerri's usual spot. The 1986 revival was both the only game show duty for David Sparks (his only roles overall being ''PM Magazine'' and a short-lived outdoors show on ESPN) ''and'' the only announcing role for Michelle Roth.

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* The game show ''Series/TheCrossWits'' has two examples. The 1975-80 version was the only television role for LovelyAssistant Jerri Fiala; one week of episodes had her serve as celebrity partner, while Kitty Hilton (then-wife of game show announcer Bob Hilton) got ''her'' only TV role taking Jerri's usual spot. The 1986 revival was both the only game show duty for David Sparks (his only roles overall being ''PM Magazine'' and a short-lived outdoors show on ESPN) ESPN, although he also hosted the unsold game show pilot ''On a Roll'') ''and'' the only announcing role for Michelle Roth.
2nd Oct '17 8:50:58 PM Arsidias
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-->-- '''[[Literature/ToKillAMockingbird Harper Lee]]'''[[note]][[{{Irony}} That]] [[HilariousInHindsight is]], until publishers released her sequel to ''Literature/ToKillAMockingbird'' called ''Literature/GoSetAWatchman'' after Lee's death.[[/note]]

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-->-- '''[[Literature/ToKillAMockingbird Harper Lee]]'''[[note]][[{{Irony}} That]] [[HilariousInHindsight is]], until publishers released her sequel to ''Literature/ToKillAMockingbird'' called ''Literature/GoSetAWatchman'' after Lee's death.''Literature/GoSetAWatchman''.[[/note]]
1st Oct '17 1:04:54 AM TroperBeDoper
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* Kevin Yagher, a well known special-effects artist (Famous for such things the puppetry for [[Film/ChildsPlay Chucky]]) only ventured to the directors chair once. The subsequent ''Film/HellraiserBloodline'' was [[ExecutiveMeddling gutted by the studio]] to such an extent, Yagher refused to have his name attached. He hasn't directed a film since.

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* Kevin Yagher, a well known special-effects artist (Famous for such things as the puppetry for [[Film/ChildsPlay Chucky]]) only ventured to the directors chair once. The subsequent ''Film/HellraiserBloodline'' was [[ExecutiveMeddling gutted by the studio]] to such an extent, Yagher refused to have his name attached. He hasn't directed a film since.
18th Sep '17 10:16:34 AM igordebraga
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* ''Maybe You've Been Brainwashed Too'', released in 1998, is the sole album by New Radicals, containing the hit "You Get What You Give." Lead singer Gregg Alexander, a singer-songwriter known for his mixture of catchiness and cynicism, released two albums beforehand before forming the New Radicals. He split up the band as he was gaining fame, becoming a professional songwriter for other artists, his most notable song being ''You Get What You Give" soundalike "Game of Love" for Santana and Michelle Branch. Ironically, while "Game" became a much bigger hit than "Give" was, the latter is better remembered today.

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* ''Maybe You've Been Brainwashed Too'', released in 1998, is the sole album by New Radicals, Music/NewRadicals, containing the hit "You Get What You Give." Lead singer Gregg Alexander, a singer-songwriter known for his mixture of catchiness and cynicism, released two albums beforehand before forming the New Radicals. He split up the band as he was gaining fame, fame (hurting the performance of second single "Someday We'll Know", which still gained some fame due to [[CoveredUp a version featured in]] ''Film/AWalkToRemember''), becoming a professional songwriter for other artists, his most notable song being ''You "You Get What You Give" soundalike "Game of Love" for Santana and Michelle Branch. Ironically, while "Game" became a much bigger hit than "Give" was, the latter is better remembered today.
16th Sep '17 2:09:50 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/{{Nintendo}} subsidiary Project Sora only made one game: ''VideoGame/KidIcarusUprising'', which was quite popular and a KillerApp for the Nintendo3DS. Afterwards, they were absorbed back into their parent company, Sora Ltd.

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* Creator/{{Nintendo}} subsidiary Project Sora only made one game: ''VideoGame/KidIcarusUprising'', which was quite popular and a KillerApp for the Nintendo3DS.UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS. Afterwards, they were absorbed back into their parent company, Sora Ltd.
15th Sep '17 7:55:37 PM Shedlessguy
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* ''Above'', the lone album by grunge supergroup Mad Season. The band's singer was Music/AliceInChains' Layne Staley, and his 2002 death ended any chance of a second album.

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* ''Above'', the lone album by grunge supergroup Mad Season. The band's singer was Music/AliceInChains' Layne Staley, and his 2002 death death, along with the bassist's 1999 death, ended any chance of a second album.
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