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19th Aug '16 3:40:23 PM Jake
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfCaptainScarlet'' carries on the fine old Gerry Anderson tradition by having the futuristic-looking truck from the pilot episode show up in the background whenever named characters were driving on a freeway. There were also no less than three separate episodes whose plot involved a massive Russian super-tank, also from the pilot, being used to blow something up.
17th Aug '16 6:21:59 PM MagnusForce
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** One of ''Series/{{Ultraman}}''[='=]s earliest monster battles was against Jirass, a monster that was very clearly a old Franchise/{{Godzilla}} costume painted green and a neck frill added. Said frill is ripped off very early in the fight, presumably because the scriptwriters knew they wouldn't be fooling anybody.

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** One of ''Series/{{Ultraman}}''[='=]s earliest monster battles was against Jirass, a monster that was very clearly a an old Franchise/{{Godzilla}} costume painted green and a neck frill added. Said frill is ripped off very early in the fight, presumably because the scriptwriters knew they wouldn't be fooling anybody.anybody.
** One of the most famous examples among fans from the franchise's early days was the frequent usage of Toho's [[{{Franchise/Godzilla}} Baragon]] suit. The suit was used by Tsuburaya to play four different monsters: the uranium-eating Pagos from ''Series/UltraQ'', as well as three ''Series/{{Ultraman}}'' opponents, the electricity-eating Neronga, the mole-like Magular, and the cone-headed Gabora. Every time, the suit was given a different head, and sometimes the body received minor modifications like spikes or different colours. Unfortunately, Tsuburaya's usage of the Baragon suit ended up damaging it beyond use, so when Toho recalled the suit for ''Film/DestroyAllMonsters'', Baragon was relegated to a few quick cameos. In the 2000s, Tsuburaya Productions brought back the tradition when they created the Baragon-like Geronga for ''Series/UltramanMax'' and modified the suit for Neronga and Magular's reappearances in ''Series/UltraGalaxyMegaMonsterBattle''. This time, the suits have stayed in good condition for a longer period.
13th Aug '16 5:48:28 PM nombretomado
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* Referenced in ''The Art Of {{Discworld}}'', in Creator/TerryPratchett's comments on what inspired {{Uberwald}}. Remarking on the influence of HammerHorror on this region of the Disc, he recalls how a very large, distinctively-ornate candlestick appeared in ''every single movie''.

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* Referenced in ''The Art Of {{Discworld}}'', Literature/{{Discworld}}'', in Creator/TerryPratchett's comments on what inspired {{Uberwald}}. Remarking on the influence of HammerHorror on this region of the Disc, he recalls how a very large, distinctively-ornate candlestick appeared in ''every single movie''.
11th Aug '16 6:45:03 AM erforce
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* The monster penis from ''Film/TromeoAndJuliet'' is reused in ''Citizen Toxie: Film/TheToxicAvenger IV''.

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* The monster penis from ''Film/TromeoAndJuliet'' is reused in ''Citizen Toxie: Film/TheToxicAvenger IV''.''Film/CitizenToxieTheToxicAvengerIV''.
4th Aug '16 5:11:54 AM erforce
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* The [[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast Belle]] dress has made the rounds in WebSite/ChannelAwesome headquarters, with Malcolm wearing it in WebVideo/DemoReel, Doug wearing it in the ''What's With All The Princess Hate'' title card and Tamara wearing it in the ''Film/PhantomOfTheOpera'' review.

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* The [[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast Belle]] dress has made the rounds in WebSite/ChannelAwesome headquarters, with Malcolm wearing it in WebVideo/DemoReel, Doug wearing it in the ''What's With All The Princess Hate'' title card and Tamara wearing it in the ''Film/PhantomOfTheOpera'' ''Film/ThePhantomOfTheOpera2004'' review.
4th Jul '16 6:24:04 PM timotaka
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* In ''Series/ThePrisoner1967'' several different side characters in various episodes are seen wearing the same number badges. This was due to a simple budgetary reason as they reused the same limited pool of printed badges throughout the series. At the same time, it is perfectly in line with the spirit of the series that people would come and go and the numbers be reassigned.
29th Jun '16 9:42:54 PM PaulA
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* ''Series/TheMunsters'' episode "If It's a Martian, Hang Up" features a gag at the end of the episode in which one of the alien suits from the original ''Series/TheOuterLimits'' makes a cameo appearance.

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* ''Series/TheMunsters'' episode "If It's a Martian, Martian Answers, Hang Up" features a gag at the end of the episode in which one of the alien suits from the original ''Series/TheOuterLimits'' ''Series/{{The Outer Limits|1963}}'' makes a cameo appearance.
28th Jun '16 4:14:43 PM comicwriter
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* ''Series/PrettyGuardianSailorMoon'' is another Toku example in that one set of Mooks is togged out in long robes and hoods over some very familiar masks: the Golem Hei/Putty Patrollers from ''Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger''/''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers''.

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* ''Series/PrettyGuardianSailorMoon'' is another Toku example in that one set of Mooks is togged out in long robes and hoods over some very familiar masks: the Golem Hei/Putty Patrollers from ''Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger''/''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers''. Queen Serenity's crown was another ''Zyuranger'' holdover, having been worn by Princess Yui in flashbacks.
22nd Jun '16 7:50:03 AM MeleKalikimaka
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* Some of the models from ''WesternAnimation/{{TUGS}}'' were modified to create different characters, like Bluenose/Sea Rogue and Boomer/Sea Rogue's uncle. Years later, many of the props appeared on ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'' - O.J. and Izzy Gomez were turned into generic boats, while Big Mickey the crane became a fixture in harbor scenes even after the move to CGI.
20th Jun '16 6:48:17 PM Sharlee
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* Referenced in ''The Art Of {{Discworld}}'', in Creator/TerryPratchett's comments on what inspired {{Uberwald}}. Remarking on the influence of HammerHorror on this region of the Disc, he recalls how a very large, distinctively-ornate candlestick appeared in ''every single movie''.
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