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30th Jan '15 8:56:07 PM CorahsUncle
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* A FarSide comic has two pantomime actors arguing. One (whose ass is a good three or four times wider than him) demands to know why he's always the rear end of the horse.
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* A FarSide ''[[ComicStrip/TheFarSide Far Side]]'' comic has two pantomime actors arguing. One (whose ass is a good three or four times wider than him) demands to know why he's always the rear end of the horse.
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* Certain scenes in the extended edition of ''TheLordOfTheRings: The Fellowship of the Ring'' had a pantomime Bill the Pony used in long shots, as it would have been too difficult to travel there with a real animal.

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* Certain scenes in the extended edition of ''TheLordOfTheRings: ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings: The Fellowship of the Ring'' had a pantomime Bill the Pony used in long shots, as it would have been too difficult to travel there with a real animal.



* Dobbin the Pantomime Horse in 1980s BBC kids' show ''{{Rentaghost}}'', supposedly an empty costume animated by a misfiring magic spell.

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* Dobbin the Pantomime Horse in 1980s BBC kids' show ''{{Rentaghost}}'', ''Series/{{Rentaghost}}'', supposedly an empty costume animated by a misfiring magic spell.



* In a ''DaveAllen at Large'' sketch, a German POW camp guard searches the cargo and even the straw in an outgoing wagon thoroughly, to make sure there are no prisoners hiding inside. Not finding anyone, the guard waves the wagon through the gate, failing to notice that it's being pulled by a pantomime horse.
* Buttercup the ''{{QI}}'' cow made an appearance at the beginning of the "Groovy" episode to help demonstrate the first question.
-->'''Stephen''': Never ever in the history of show business has the phrase "Don't milk it, Luv," been more appropriate.
* [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed Secretariat]] on ''TheLateLateShow with Creator/CraigFerguson''.
* ''SesameStreet'' has Barkley the dog.

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* In a ''DaveAllen ''Creator/DaveAllen at Large'' sketch, a German POW camp guard searches the cargo and even the straw in an outgoing wagon thoroughly, to make sure there are no prisoners hiding inside. Not finding anyone, the guard waves the wagon through the gate, failing to notice that it's being pulled by a pantomime horse.
* Buttercup the ''{{QI}}'' ''Series/{{QI}}'' cow made an appearance at the beginning of the "Groovy" episode to help demonstrate the first question.
-->'''Stephen''': Never -->'''Stephen:''' Never, ever in the history of show business has the phrase "Don't milk it, Luv," been more appropriate.
* [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed Secretariat]] on ''TheLateLateShow ''Series/TheLateLateShow with Creator/CraigFerguson''.
* ''SesameStreet'' ''Series/SesameStreet'' has Barkley the dog.



* The music video for ''Sorry for Party Rocking'' by ''{{LMFAO}}'' features a pantomime zebra performing the Running Man.

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* The music video for ''Sorry for Party Rocking'' by ''{{LMFAO}}'' ''Music/{{LMFAO}}'' features a pantomime zebra performing the Running Man.



* The lion in ''AndroclesAndTheLion''.
* Caroline, the cow in ''{{Gypsy}}''. Its front legs belong to Louise.

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* The lion in ''AndroclesAndTheLion''.
''Theatre/AndroclesAndTheLion''.
* Caroline, the cow in ''{{Gypsy}}''.''Theatre/{{Gypsy}}''. Its front legs belong to Louise.



* Imogene the Spotted Calf, who replaced Toto in the original 1902 stage version of ''TheWonderfulWizardOfOz''. No, really.
* ''ManOfLaMancha'' has a pair of pantomime horses for Don Quixote and Sancho to ride.

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* Imogene the Spotted Calf, who replaced Toto in the original 1902 stage version of ''TheWonderfulWizardOfOz''.''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz''. No, really.
* ''ManOfLaMancha'' ''Theatre/ManOfLaMancha'' has a pair of pantomime horses for Don Quixote and Sancho to ride.



* The Theatre adaptation of ''Literature/Warhorse''.

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* The Theatre theatre adaptation of ''Literature/Warhorse''.
''Literature/{{Warhorse}}''.



* The {{Disney}} cast members in character costumes who roam the park aren't supposed to speak, so they pantomime everything they want to communicate. Note that this doesn't include "face characters", like Alice or Snow White, who aren't wearing anything over their heads. Or the newest model of Mickey, who has some elaborate mechanisms that allow him to speak.
* PattyMaloney and Pat Cooper once performed at state fairs costumed as RockyAndBullwinkle, respectively.

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* In [[http://www.paradoxspace.com/pones/2 the second page]] of the ''WebComic/ParadoxSpace'' story "Pones", Hella Jeff tries to get Sweet Bro to be the rear of his horse costume after [[PeripheryDemographic seeing him play]] with a MyLittlePhony toy.

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* The {{Disney}} Creator/{{Disney}} cast members in character costumes who roam the park aren't supposed to speak, so they pantomime everything they want to communicate. Note that this doesn't include "face characters", like Alice or Snow White, who aren't wearing anything over their heads. Or the newest model of Mickey, who has some elaborate mechanisms that allow him to speak.
* PattyMaloney Creator/PattyMaloney and Pat Cooper once performed at state fairs costumed as RockyAndBullwinkle, WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle, respectively.

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* In [[http://www.paradoxspace.com/pones/2 the second page]] of the ''WebComic/ParadoxSpace'' ''Webcomic/ParadoxSpace'' story "Pones", Hella Jeff tries to get Sweet Bro to be the rear of his horse costume after [[PeripheryDemographic seeing him play]] with a MyLittlePhony toy.



* [[SCPFoundation SCP]][[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1545 -1545]], Larry the Loving Llama. Once people get inside the costume, they adopt the personality of Larry, and the person in the back starts dancing with the intention of entertaining people, never stopping until the people inside die or are forcefully removed.

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* [[SCPFoundation [[Wiki/SCPFoundation SCP]][[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1545 -1545]], Larry the Loving Llama. Once people get inside the costume, they adopt the personality of Larry, and the person in the back starts dancing with the intention of entertaining people, never stopping until the people inside die or are forcefully removed.
30th Jan '15 8:45:58 PM Chabal2
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* A FarSide comic has two pantomime actors arguing. One (whose ass is a good three or four times wider than him) demands to know why he's always the rear end of the horse.
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2nd Jan '15 9:57:07 PM poi99
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* Certain scenes in the swamps during the extended edition of ''TheLordOfTheRings: The Fellowship of the Ring'' had a pantomime Bill the Pony used in long shots, as it would have been too difficult to travel there with a real animal.

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* Certain scenes in the swamps during the extended edition of ''TheLordOfTheRings: The Fellowship of the Ring'' had a pantomime Bill the Pony used in long shots, as it would have been too difficult to travel there with a real animal.
23rd Dec '14 5:22:29 AM LondonKdS
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* Traditionally, Nana the dog in ''Theatre/PeterPan''.

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* Traditionally, Nana the dog in ''Theatre/PeterPan''.''Literature/PeterPan''.
23rd Dec '14 5:21:56 AM LondonKdS
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* Dobbin the Pantomime Horse in 1980s BBC kids' show ''{{Rentaghost}}''.

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* Dobbin the Pantomime Horse in 1980s BBC kids' show ''{{Rentaghost}}''.''{{Rentaghost}}'', supposedly an empty costume animated by a misfiring magic spell.



* Nana the Dog in the original stage version of ''PeterPan''.

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* Traditionally, Nana the Dog dog in the original stage version of ''PeterPan''.''Theatre/PeterPan''.
30th Sep '14 10:23:34 AM Dutchtica
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* The Theatre adaptation of ''Literature/Warhorse''.
3rd Aug '14 4:54:59 AM foxley
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* ''Series/DadsArmy'': In "Operation Kilt", the platoon attempts to use a pantomime cow to sneak up on a highland regiment during a training exercise. Things do not according to plan [[BlackComedyRape when a bull takes an interest]].


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11th Jul '14 10:59:40 AM Someoneman
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* In [[http://www.paradoxspace.com/pones/2 the second page]] of the ''WebComic/ParadoxSpace'' story "Pones", Hella Jeff tries to get Sweet Bro to be the rear of his horse costume after [[PeripheryDemographic seeing him play]] with a MyLittlePhony toy.
26th Apr '14 11:07:03 PM Kirayoshi
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-->'''Stephen''': Never ever in the history of show business has the phrase "Don't milk it, {{Luvvie}}'' been more appropriate.

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-->'''Stephen''': Never ever in the history of show business has the phrase "Don't milk it, {{Luvvie}}'' Luv," been more appropriate.
26th Apr '14 11:06:34 PM Kirayoshi
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-->'''Stephen''': Never ever in the history of show business has the phrase "Don't milk it, {{Luvvie}}'' been more appropriate.
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