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5th Jun '16 12:59:43 AM GameKeeper28
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** The ''exact'' same joke was also used earlier Tex Avery cartoon, "Señor Droopy".

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** The ''exact'' same joke was also used in an earlier Tex Avery cartoon, "Señor Droopy".
5th Jun '16 12:59:22 AM GameKeeper28
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** The ''exact'' same joke was also used earlier in "Señor Droopy".

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** The ''exact'' same joke was also used earlier in Tex Avery cartoon, "Señor Droopy".
4th Jun '16 2:46:13 AM GameKeeper28
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* The ''exact'' same joke was also used earlier in "Señor Droopy".

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* ** The ''exact'' same joke was also used earlier in "Señor Droopy".
4th Jun '16 2:45:57 AM GameKeeper28
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* The ''exact'' same joke was also used earlier in "Señor Droopy".
4th Apr '16 7:12:15 PM PaulA
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->"I've got a hole in me pocket." (Pulls hole out of pocket.)\\
- Ringo Starr, ''Film/YellowSubmarine''

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->"I've ->''"I've got a hole in me pocket." (Pulls hole out of pocket.)\\
- Ringo Starr, ''Film/YellowSubmarine''
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-->-- '''Ringo Starr''', ''WesternAnimation/YellowSubmarine''



* In the ''CokmicBook/{{Spiderman}}'' universe, "[[http://marvel.wikia.com/Johnathon_Ohnn_%28Earth-616%29 The Spot]]" had power over interdimensional portals, which he could place and remove as if they were solid objects.

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* In the ''CokmicBook/{{Spiderman}}'' ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' universe, "[[http://marvel.wikia.com/Johnathon_Ohnn_%28Earth-616%29 The Spot]]" had power over interdimensional portals, which he could place and remove as if they were solid objects.



* ''WesternAnimation/YellowSubmarine'' has the Sea of Holes, one of which gets peeled off like this and ends up in Ringo's pocket. The hole shows up in the live-action segment at the end where the real-life Ringo Star says he's kept it as a souvenir.
** Was also a case of GettingCrapPastTheRadar when he said "I've got a hole in my pocket." This refers to a situation where a man can access himself via said hole.

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* ''WesternAnimation/YellowSubmarine'' has the Sea of Holes, one of which gets peeled off like this and ends up in Ringo's pocket. The hole shows up in the live-action segment at the end where the real-life Ringo Star Starr says he's kept it as a souvenir.
** Was also a case of GettingCrapPastTheRadar when he said "I've got a hole in my pocket." This refers to a situation where a man can access himself via said hole.
souvenir.



** ''[[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Roger Rabbit's Car-Toon Spin]]'' gets a special mention for containing a ''real'' Portable Hole (of sorts.) [[spoiler:It's a section of moving wall with a hole in it. An animatronic Roger holds onto it and drags it back and forth as you drive through it. Still cool trickery, though.]]



* Used by Jarlaxle in this adventures with Artemis Entreri in the ForgottenRealms books. Oddly enough, it works more like the traditional cartoon portable hole rather than like the ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' magic item.
* Eddie Drood from the SecretHistories books has a portable door as one of his gadgets. Basically the same thing.

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* Used by Jarlaxle in this adventures with Artemis Entreri in the ForgottenRealms ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' books. Oddly enough, it works more like the traditional cartoon portable hole rather than like the ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' magic item.
* Eddie Drood from the SecretHistories ''Literature/SecretHistories'' books has a portable door as one of his gadgets. Basically the same thing.



* The ''Series/{{Warehouse13}}'' episode ''Love Sick'' introduces the artifact "Francois Villon's Inkwell". Not a round rubber or cloth Portable Hole, but spilling the ink on any surface allows a person to reach straight through it. It's used in the episode to allow a pair of thrown keys to pass through a plate glass window before the ink quickly evaporates leaving a perfectly intact window.

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* The ''Series/{{Warehouse13}}'' ''Series/{{Warehouse 13}}'' episode ''Love Sick'' "Love Sick" introduces the artifact "Francois Villon's Inkwell". Not a round rubber or cloth Portable Hole, but spilling the ink on any surface allows a person to reach straight through it. It's used in the episode to allow a pair of thrown keys to pass through a plate glass window before the ink quickly evaporates leaving a perfectly intact window.



* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' specifies a magic item called the Portable Hole, which functions similarly to the BagOfHolding but must be placed against a flat surface to work. It also details exactly what happens if the two items interact with each other:

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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' specifies a magic item called the Portable Hole, which functions similarly to the BagOfHolding but must be placed against a flat surface to work. It also details The [[http://www.d20srd.org/srd/magicItems/wondrousItems.htm#portableHole Dungeons And Dragons System Reference Documents]] detail exactly what happens if the two items interact with each other:



-->--[[http://www.d20srd.org/srd/magicItems/wondrousItems.htm#portableHole Dungeons And Dragons System Reference Documents]]



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* ''[[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Roger Rabbit's Car-Toon Spin]]'' contains a ''real'' Portable Hole (of sorts). [[spoiler:It's a section of moving wall with a hole in it. An animatronic Roger holds onto it and drags it back and forth as you drive through it. Still cool trickery, though.]]



** Roadrunner and Wile E. Coyote occasionally played with this trope as well. The most common of these is the classic PaintedTunnel, though fake scenes on canvas are also common. True to the RunningGag of the cartoons, the Road Runner always subverts the gag (usually by turning the painting into a portable hole) while Wile E. suffers its full effects (and sometimes more as trucks or trains have been known to come out of painted tunnels to hit him).
* ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' plays with this, along with several other tropes, in the episode "1 + 1 = Ed". At one point in the episode, Eddy falls into a hole, only to fall out of the sky from off-screen and back into the hole in an endless loop until Ed picks up the hole, leaving Eddy to crash into the now solid ground.
** It should be noted that the "hole" was actually a piece of the fabric of reality, which Ed previously sliced out of thin air, with a saw. [[BizarroEpisode Yeah, it was a weird episode.]]
*** {{Subverted|Trope}} after everything goes back to normal. Eddy falls down a manhole, so Ed tries to pick it up and pulls a whole sewer pipe out of the ground.
* Felix the Cat has one of these in his "bag of tricks". Possibly the Ur example.

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** Roadrunner and Wile E. Coyote WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner occasionally played with this trope as well. The most common of these is the classic PaintedTunnel, well, though fake scenes on canvas are also common. True to the RunningGag of the cartoons, the Road Runner always subverts the gag (usually by turning the painting into a portable hole) while Wile E. suffers its full effects (and sometimes more less often than with related tropes such as trucks or trains have been known to come out of painted tunnels to hit him).
PaintedTunnelRealTrain.
* ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' plays with this, along with several other tropes, in the episode "1 + 1 = Ed". At one point in the episode, Eddy falls into a hole, only to fall out of the sky from off-screen and back into the hole in an endless loop until Ed picks up the hole, leaving Eddy to crash into the now solid ground.
** It should be noted that the "hole" was actually a piece of the fabric of reality, which Ed previously sliced out of thin air, with a saw. [[BizarroEpisode Yeah, it was a weird episode.]]
***
ground. {{Subverted|Trope}} after everything goes back to normal. normal: Eddy falls down a manhole, so Ed tries to pick it up and pulls a whole sewer pipe out of the ground.
* Felix the Cat WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat has one of these in his "bag of tricks". Possibly the Ur example.



* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' had [[ItMakesSenseInContext Heloise attempting to rescue Jimmy from Beezy]] by way of CatapultToGlory. Beezy responds be moving the window, causing Heloise to crash into the brick.

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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' had [[ItMakesSenseInContext Heloise attempting to rescue Jimmy from Beezy]] by way of CatapultToGlory. Beezy responds be by moving the window, causing Heloise to crash into the brick.
3rd Apr '16 11:21:29 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh had one episode where Pooh is trapped in a bubble that had a subplot where Gopher spent the whole day looking for the hole that serves as the entrance of his home.

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* TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' had one episode where Pooh is trapped in a bubble that had a subplot where Gopher spent the whole day looking for the hole that serves as the entrance of his home.



* TinyToons had an episode where Montana Max had a donut hole factory. The factory was harmful to the environment until the Toxic Revenger (one of Plucky Duck's alter egos) shut it down. Fortunately TheHero was as CrazyPrepared as Bugs Bunny (see above).

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* TinyToons ''WesternAnimation/TinyToons'' had an episode where Montana Max had a donut hole factory. The factory was harmful to the environment until the Toxic Revenger (one of Plucky Duck's alter egos) shut it down. Fortunately TheHero was as CrazyPrepared as Bugs Bunny (see above).



* One ''PinkPanther'' short had the Panther create an underground staircase at a construction site after a door accidentally fell on top of him. When he pushes the door back up, it hits a construction worker, causing him to fall into the stairway, at which the Panther moves it onto the wall of an unfinished building.

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* One ''PinkPanther'' ''WesternAnimation/ThePinkPanther'' short had the Panther create an underground staircase at a construction site after a door accidentally fell on top of him. When he pushes the door back up, it hits a construction worker, causing him to fall into the stairway, at which the Panther moves it onto the wall of an unfinished building.



* The titular aardvark in TheAntAndTheAardvark hates the ''Instant Hole''.

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* The titular aardvark in TheAntAndTheAardvark WesternAnimation/TheAntAndTheAardvark hates the ''Instant Hole''.
20th Feb '16 3:06:28 PM GameKeeper28
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* One of [[BigBad Cackletta's]] attacks in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga''. Have the bro jump over it when it passes under them, or else they'll fall in and take big damage.

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* One of [[BigBad Cackletta's]] attacks in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga''. Have ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga'' has the bro brothers jump over it when it passes under them, them or else they'll fall in and take big damage.
18th Feb '16 7:39:57 PM Adeon
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* ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness'': [=McCoy=] casually uses a portable hole to gain access to a prisoner in the brig (although it's possible this hole only works on the brig).

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* ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness'': [=McCoy=] casually uses a portable hole to gain access to a prisoner in the brig. Since the brig (although it's possible this used a force field for the door, the device he uses was presumably designed to interact with the force field to create the hole only works and wouldn't work on the brig).
other objects.
8th Jan '16 4:39:47 PM nombretomado
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* The Spot, mentioned in the comics section of the trope, appeared in ''SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries''.

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* The Spot, mentioned in the comics section of the trope, appeared in ''SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries''.''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries''.
13th Dec '15 4:46:40 PM ANTMuddle
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[[caption-width-right:285:"Beep Prepared," indeed.]]



** Roadrunner and Wile E. Coyote occasionally played with this trope as well. The most common of these is the classic PaintedTunnel, though fake scenes on canvas are also common. True to the RunningGag of the cartoons, the Road Runner always subverts the gag (usually by turning the painting into a portable hole) while Wile E. suffers its full effects (and sometimes more as trucks or trains have been known to come out of painted tunnels to hit him).

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** Roadrunner and Wile E. Coyote occasionally played with this trope as well. The most common of these is the classic PaintedTunnel, though fake scenes on canvas are also common. True to the RunningGag of the cartoons, the Road Runner always subverts the gag (usually by turning the painting into a portable hole) while Wile E. suffers its full effects (and sometimes more as trucks or trains have been known to come out of painted tunnels to hit him).
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