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11th Mar '17 3:31:09 PM JulianLapostat
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** Alexanderplatz, Berlin: The novel and film Film/BerlinAlexanderplatz.

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** Alexanderplatz, Berlin: The novel and film Film/BerlinAlexanderplatz.Literature/BerlinAlexanderplatz.
27th Feb '17 7:17:22 AM LaptopGuy
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** Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania: Groundhog Day and ''Film/GroundogDay".

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** Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania: Groundhog Day and ''Film/GroundogDay".''Film/GroundhogDay".



** Woodbury, Georgia: ''Series/{{TheWalkingDead}}''.

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** Woodbury, Georgia: ''Series/{{TheWalkingDead}}''.''Series/TheWalkingDead''.
26th Feb '17 9:29:43 AM peeposaurus
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* Many people will think of ''WesternAnimation/FindingDory'' when you mention Sigourney Weaver, since she plays the voiceover on the loudspeakers at the Marine Life Institute and was part of some of the jokes in the movie.
** Many fans will be reminded of the film when they hear "What A Wonderful World", since the song plays when [[spoiler: Hank and Dory drive a truck into the ocean, letting the fish inside escape]].
23rd Feb '17 6:09:41 AM mimitchi33
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* This happened with the classic songs featured in ''WesternAnimation/{{Trolls}}'' thanks to its' monster popularity. On Google, the Trolls versions of the songs have more results than the original versions of the song.

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* This happened with the classic songs featured in ''WesternAnimation/{{Trolls}}'' thanks to its' monster popularity. On Google, the Trolls versions of the songs have more results than the original versions of the song.versions.
23rd Feb '17 6:08:34 AM mimitchi33
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* This happened with the classic songs featured in ''WesternAnimation/{{Trolls}}'' thanks to its' monster popularity. On Google, the Trolls versions of the songs have more results than the original versions of the song.
8th Feb '17 7:14:45 AM Triaxx2
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*** ''Series/Warehouse13'', while tracking down an artifact via psychic link, the character describes hearing "Kill the Wa-bbit", to the consternation of the classical music fan on the other end.
8th Feb '17 12:41:10 AM Lord_Vetinari
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** ''Battleship Potemkin'' is parodied with the title ''Battleship Kotemkin'' in the 1976 italian comedy movie ''Il Secondo Tragico Fantozzi'' (second of a long series based on a few corporate satire / dark humor books with protagonist [[TheChewToy accountant Ugo Fantozzi]]) and it's portrayed as overly long and overly boring artsy film. In this chapter of the Fantozzi series, one of the new executives of the company that employs Fantozzi is a fanatic cineast who forces everyone in his department to attend film screening and dicussions after work hours. When he sets up one of those screening the same night of the final European Cup football match, Fantozzi opens the debate after the screening with the iconic line "Battleship Kotemkin is crazy bulls**t!" and everyone revolts. [[HilarityEnsues Hilarity]] ensue and the exec is forced to screen loads of terrible b-movies. To this day most Italians think that ''Battleship Potemkin'' is a movie that lasts several hours, it's hard to understand and generally liked only by snobs.

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** ''Battleship Potemkin'' is parodied with the title ''Battleship Kotemkin'' in the 1976 italian comedy movie ''Il Secondo Tragico Fantozzi'' (second of a long series based on a few corporate satire / dark humor books with protagonist [[TheChewToy accountant Ugo Fantozzi]]) and it's portrayed as overly long and overly boring artsy film. In this chapter of the Fantozzi series, one of the new executives of the company that employs Fantozzi is a fanatic cineast who forces everyone in his department to attend film screening and dicussions after work hours. When he sets up one of those screening the same night of the final European Cup football match, Fantozzi opens the debate after the screening with the iconic line "Battleship Kotemkin is crazy bulls**t!" and everyone revolts. [[HilarityEnsues Hilarity]] ensue Hilarity ensues]] and the exec is forced to screen loads of terrible b-movies.b-movies as punishment. To this day most Italians think that ''Battleship Potemkin'' is a movie that lasts several hours, it's hard to understand and generally liked only by snobs.
8th Feb '17 12:33:13 AM Lord_Vetinari
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** ''Battleship Potemkin'' is parodied with the title ''Battleship Kotemkin'' in the 1976 italian comedy movie ''Il Secondo Tragico Fantozzi'' (second of a long series based on a few corporate satire / dark humor books with protagonist [[TheChewToy accountant Ugo Fantozzi]]) and it's portrayed as overly long and overly boring artsy film. In this chapter of the Fantozzi series, one of the new executives of the company that employs Fantozzi is a fanatic cineast who forces everyone in his department to attend film screening and dicussions after work hours. When he sets up one of those screening the same night of the final European Cup football match, Fantozzi scream the iconic line "Battleship Kotemkin is crazy bulls**t!" and everyone revolts. To this day most Italians think that ''Battleship Potemkin'' is a movie that lasts several hours, it's hard to understand and generally liked only by snobs.

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** ''Battleship Potemkin'' is parodied with the title ''Battleship Kotemkin'' in the 1976 italian comedy movie ''Il Secondo Tragico Fantozzi'' (second of a long series based on a few corporate satire / dark humor books with protagonist [[TheChewToy accountant Ugo Fantozzi]]) and it's portrayed as overly long and overly boring artsy film. In this chapter of the Fantozzi series, one of the new executives of the company that employs Fantozzi is a fanatic cineast who forces everyone in his department to attend film screening and dicussions after work hours. When he sets up one of those screening the same night of the final European Cup football match, Fantozzi scream opens the debate after the screening with the iconic line "Battleship Kotemkin is crazy bulls**t!" and everyone revolts.revolts. [[HilarityEnsues Hilarity]] ensue and the exec is forced to screen loads of terrible b-movies. To this day most Italians think that ''Battleship Potemkin'' is a movie that lasts several hours, it's hard to understand and generally liked only by snobs.
8th Feb '17 12:29:31 AM Lord_Vetinari
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**''Battleship Potemkin'' is parodied with the title ''Battleship Kotemkin'' in the 1976 italian comedy movie ''Il Secondo Tragico Fantozzi'' (second of a long series based on a few corporate satire / dark humor books with protagonist [[TheChewToy accountant Ugo Fantozzi]]) and it's portrayed as overly long and overly boring artsy film. In this chapter of the Fantozzi series, one of the new executives of the company that employs Fantozzi is a fanatic cineast who forces everyone in his department to attend film screening and dicussions after work hours. When he sets up one of those screening the same night of the final European Cup football match, Fantozzi scream the iconic line "Battleship Kotemkin is crazy bulls**t!" and everyone revolts. To this day most Italians think that ''Battleship Potemkin'' is a movie that lasts several hours, it's hard to understand and generally liked only by snobs.
5th Feb '17 12:55:05 PM LordGro
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** One extreme but ambiguous example is [[VladTheImpaler Vlad Tepes]], aka Vlad III Dracula. The fictional vampire is not just named after the medieval ruler of Walachia, he is supposed to ''be'' the same person, having "survived" for centuries as one of the undead. Today any name recognition that Vlad the Impaler may have among the general public outside of Romania is thanks to the completely fictionalized version created by BramStoker.
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