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10th Dec '17 5:33:52 AM ClintEastwood
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** A stylised insignia based on Celtic knotwork used by the Vogans in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS12E5RevengeOfTheCybermen Revenge of the Cybermen]]" appears again in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E4TheDeadlyAssassin The Deadly Assassin]]" as a Gallifreyan symbol ... and in just about every Gallifrey-set story afterwards, since it becomes the Seal of Rassilon. The ''Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures'' [[RetCon explain]] that the Vogans borrowed the design from the Time Lords.
** In the seventies and eighties, ''every'' UK sci-fi show would at some point (or more likely, at several points) use a distinctive triangular grid wall [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-ybDxjNPS4uY/Uc_eZ2VVDpI/AAAAAAAAV8g/68CSa-Vqn3c/s800/mut4.jpg originally seen]] in the Skybase from "The Mutants". The interesting thing about this one is that it wasn't necessarily the ''same'' wall, but would have been made from the same moulds, which were specially built for the ''Doctor Who'' serial.

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** A stylised insignia based on Celtic knotwork used by the Vogans in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS12E5RevengeOfTheCybermen Revenge of the Cybermen]]" appears again in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E4TheDeadlyAssassin "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E3TheDeadlyAssassin The Deadly Assassin]]" as a Gallifreyan symbol ... and in just about every Gallifrey-set story afterwards, since it becomes the Seal of Rassilon. The ''Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures'' [[RetCon explain]] that the Vogans borrowed the design from the Time Lords.
** In the seventies and eighties, ''every'' UK sci-fi show would at some point (or more likely, at several points) use a distinctive triangular grid wall [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-ybDxjNPS4uY/Uc_eZ2VVDpI/AAAAAAAAV8g/68CSa-Vqn3c/s800/mut4.jpg originally seen]] in the Skybase from "The Mutants"."[[Recap/DoctorWhoS9E4TheMutants The Mutants]]". The interesting thing about this one is that it wasn't necessarily the ''same'' wall, but would have been made from the same moulds, which were specially built for the ''Doctor Who'' serial.
10th Dec '17 3:32:52 AM ClintEastwood
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* A skit in ''Series/TheBasilBrushShow'' where Basil attempts to scale the Himalayas, is saved by a [[BigfootSasquatchAndYeti Yeti]] from an avalanche and then they all have a DancePartyEnding uses the Yeti [[PeopleInRubberSuits suit]] from the Second Doctor ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial "The Web of Fear". Because of this, it's available as a special feature on the DVD release of another Second Doctor serial, "The Mind Robber".

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* A skit in ''Series/TheBasilBrushShow'' where Basil attempts to scale the Himalayas, is saved by a [[BigfootSasquatchAndYeti Yeti]] from an avalanche and then they all have a DancePartyEnding uses the Yeti [[PeopleInRubberSuits suit]] from the Second Doctor ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E5TheWebOfFear The Web of Fear". Fear]]". Because of this, it's available as a special feature on the DVD release of another Second Doctor serial, "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS6E2TheMindRobber The Mind Robber".Robber]]".



** This is most prominent in the late '70s and early '80s between ''Series/DoctorWho'' and ''Series/BlakesSeven'', where the shows shared an excessive amount of props and costumes. Romana I and Servalan wore the same white feather cloak, the guards in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS21E3Frontios "Frontios"]] wore the Federation guards' helmets from B7, and certain idiosyncratic wall panels show up ''all the time''. Of course, the series shared writers and producers as well, and Creator/TerryNation even planned a real crossover at one point. The most controversial example of this was the use of a [[Recap/DoctorWhoS9E3TheSeaDevils Sea Devil]] costume for the monster in the ''Blake's 7'' fourth season opening, "Rescue". The ''Doctor Who'' team at the time were reportedly extremely angry that no permission had been requested (and also wouldn't have granted it).

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** This is most prominent in the late '70s and early '80s between ''Series/DoctorWho'' and ''Series/BlakesSeven'', where the shows shared an excessive amount of props and costumes. Romana I and Servalan wore the same white feather cloak, the guards in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS21E3Frontios "Frontios"]] wore the Federation guards' helmets from B7, and certain idiosyncratic wall panels show up ''all the time''. Of course, the series shared writers and producers as well, and Creator/TerryNation even planned a real crossover at one point. The most controversial example of this was the use of a [[Recap/DoctorWhoS9E3TheSeaDevils Sea Devil]] costume for the monster in the ''Blake's 7'' fourth season opening, "Rescue"."[[Recap/BlakesSevenS4E1Rescue Rescue]]". The ''Doctor Who'' team at the time were reportedly extremely angry that no permission had been requested (and also wouldn't have granted it).
10th Dec '17 3:28:58 AM ClintEastwood
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** In "The Androids of Tara", the faceless android is based on the robot head used for the Sarah Jane robot in "The Android Invasion", a story that was only a couple of years old at that point.

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** In "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS16E4TheAndroidsOfTara The Androids of Tara", Tara]]", the faceless android is based on the robot head used for the Sarah Jane robot in "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E4TheAndroidInvasion The Android Invasion", Invasion]]", a story that was only a couple of years old at that point.



** Several sets constructed in Italy for {{Creator/HBO}}'s ''Series/{{Rome}}'' were reused for the episode [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E2TheFiresOfPompeii "The Fires of Pompeii"]] in the new series.
** Also, the [[spoiler:Sontaran cloning table on which Martha was held]] in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E4TheSontaranStratagem "The Sontaran Stratagem"]] is obviously made from a Cyber Conversion Unit.

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** Several sets constructed in Italy for {{Creator/HBO}}'s ''Series/{{Rome}}'' were reused for the episode [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E2TheFiresOfPompeii "The Fires of Pompeii"]] in the new series.
** Also, the
The [[spoiler:Sontaran cloning table on which Martha was held]] in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E4TheSontaranStratagem "The Sontaran Stratagem"]] is obviously made from a Cyber Conversion Unit.



** "Asylum of the Daleks" features the Special Weapons Dalek originally from [[Recap/DoctorWhoS25E1RemembranceOfTheDaleks "Remembrance of the Daleks"]] -- the only Dalek reused between the Classic and New series.

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** "Asylum "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E1AsylumOfTheDaleks Asylum of the Daleks" Daleks]]" features the Special Weapons Dalek originally from [[Recap/DoctorWhoS25E1RemembranceOfTheDaleks "Remembrance of the Daleks"]] -- the only Dalek reused between the Classic and New series.



** A stylised insignia based on Celtic knotwork used by the Vogans in "Revenge of the Cybermen" appears again in "The Deadly Assassin" as a Gallifreyan symbol ... and in just about every Gallifrey-set story afterwards, since it becomes the Seal of Rassilon. The ''Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures'' [[RetCon explain]] that the Vogans borrowed the design from the Time Lords.

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** A stylised insignia based on Celtic knotwork used by the Vogans in "Revenge "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS12E5RevengeOfTheCybermen Revenge of the Cybermen" Cybermen]]" appears again in "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E4TheDeadlyAssassin The Deadly Assassin" Assassin]]" as a Gallifreyan symbol ... and in just about every Gallifrey-set story afterwards, since it becomes the Seal of Rassilon. The ''Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures'' [[RetCon explain]] that the Vogans borrowed the design from the Time Lords.



** The Alliance armour in the episode "The Train Job" came from ''Film/StarshipTroopers''.

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** The Alliance armour in the episode "The "[[Recap/FireflyE02TheTrainJob The Train Job" Job]]" came from ''Film/StarshipTroopers''.



* The badge seen on all of Arnold Rimmer's uniforms on ''Series/RedDwarf'' is a Golgafrinchum hat badge from ''Series/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'' turned upside-down.
** The Tank guard helmets seen throughout Series 8 are exact replicas of Hudzen-10's helmet from Series 3's "The Last Day".
** The machinery walls the crew run past in Series 5's "Quarantine" are also run by during "The Inquisiter" and Series 4's "Justice".
** The GELF ships from Series 7's "Ouroborous" are made of parts from Ace Rimmer's gun and motorcycle from "stoke Me A Clipper".

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The badge seen on all of Arnold Rimmer's uniforms on ''Series/RedDwarf'' is a Golgafrinchum hat badge from ''Series/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'' turned upside-down.
** The Tank guard helmets seen throughout Series 8 are exact replicas of Hudzen-10's helmet from Series 3's "The III's "[[Recap/RedDwarfSeasonIIITheLastDay The Last Day".
Day]]".
** The machinery walls the crew run past in Series 5's "Quarantine" V's "[[Recap/RedDwarfSeasonVQuarantine Quarantine]]" are also run by during "The Inquisiter" "[[Recap/RedDwarfSeasonVTheInquisiter The Inquisiter]]" and Series 4's "Justice".
IV's "[[RedDwarfSeasonIVJustice Justice]]".
** The GELF ships from Series 7's "Ouroborous" "[[Recap/RedDwarfSeasonVIIOuroborous Ouroborous]]" are made of parts from Ace Rimmer's gun and motorcycle from "stoke "[[Recap/RedDwarfSeasonVIIStokeMeAClipper Stoke Me A Clipper".Clipper]]".



** This also occurs with special effects and models. A {{Retcon}} was made to justify why both Klingons and Romulans had the same D-7 Battle Cruiser, just so they could reuse the model. The ''Voyager'' episode "Dragon's Teeth" has a series of subspace corridors that was simply a different color and miscellaneous debris thrown into the quantum slipstream drive effect. In the ''Voyager'' episode "Warlord", they reused a ship model from the ''Next Generation'' episode "Unification". And especially as the series tilted towards CG ships, many different ships were recolored, resized and/or slightly modified from prior CG models to save time and money.

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** This also occurs with special effects and models. A {{Retcon}} was made to justify why both Klingons and Romulans had the same D-7 Battle Cruiser, just so they could reuse the model. The ''Voyager'' episode "Dragon's Teeth" "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS6E7DragonsTeeth}} Dragon's Teeth]]" has a series of subspace corridors that was simply a different color and miscellaneous debris thrown into the quantum slipstream drive effect. In the ''Voyager'' episode "Warlord", "[[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS3E9Warlord}} Warlord]]", they reused a ship model from the ''Next Generation'' episode "Unification". And especially as the series tilted towards CG ships, many different ships were recolored, resized and/or slightly modified from prior CG models to save time and money.



** A piece of Borg debris in the episode "Regeneration" was a spare ''Enterprise-E'' saucer section left over from ''Film/StarTrekNemesis''.

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** A piece of Borg debris in the episode "Regeneration" "[[{{Recap/StarTrekEnterpriseS02E023Regeneration}} Regeneration]]" was a spare ''Enterprise-E'' saucer section left over from ''Film/StarTrekNemesis''.



** Another bit from ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' to show up on ''Series/MorkAndMindy'' was the spacesuit from "The Tholian Web". Mindy's dad showed up wearing it in one episode.
** In the ''Next Generation'' episode "Pen Pals", the spectral analyzer used by a survey team in one scene is in fact the Oscillation Overthruster from ''Film/TheAdventuresOfBuckarooBanzaiAcrossThe8thDimension''. This may have been a shout-out, as prop-master Michael Okuda was a huge BB fan.

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** Another bit from ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' to show up on ''Series/MorkAndMindy'' was the spacesuit from "The "[[{{Recap/StarTrekS3E9TheTholianWeb}} The Tholian Web".Web]]". Mindy's dad showed up wearing it in one episode.
** In the ''Next Generation'' episode "Pen Pals", "[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS2E15PenPals}} Pen Pals]]", the spectral analyzer used by a survey team in one scene is in fact the Oscillation Overthruster from ''Film/TheAdventuresOfBuckarooBanzaiAcrossThe8thDimension''. This may have been a shout-out, as prop-master Michael Okuda was a huge BB fan.



** The staircase can be seen in "Elegy", "The 16 Millimeter Shrine", and "The Purple Testament".

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** The staircase can be seen in "Elegy", "The 16 Millimeter Shrine", and "The " [[Recap/TheTwilightZone1959S1E4TheSixteenMillimeterShrine The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine]]", "[[Recap/TheTwilightZoneS1E19ThePurpleTestament The Purple Testament".Testament]]" and "[[Recap/TheTwilightZoneS1E20Elegy Elegy]]".



** The soda fountain seen in the pilot episode ("Where is Everybody?") is also seen in "Walking Distance".
** The series made also multiple use of props from ''Film/ForbiddenPlanet'' including the uniforms, the spaceship and Robby the Robot. One of the VFX models of the ship even turned up in the episode "The Invaders" as a miniature spaceship that threatens a woman ([[spoiler:well, actually a full-size spaceship from Earth that a giant woman mistakes for a threat, but that's the TwistEnding]]).

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** The soda fountain seen in the pilot episode ("Where is Everybody?") ("[[Recap/TheTwilightZone1959S1E1WhereIsEverybody Where Is Everybody?]]") is also seen in "Walking Distance".
"[[Recap/TheTwilightZoneS1E5WalkingDistance Walking Distance]]".
** The series made also multiple use of props from ''Film/ForbiddenPlanet'' including the uniforms, the spaceship and Robby the Robot. One of the VFX models of the ship even turned up in the episode "The Invaders" "[[Recap/TheTwilightZoneS2E51TheInvaders The Invaders]]" as a miniature spaceship that threatens a woman ([[spoiler:well, actually a full-size spaceship from Earth that a giant woman mistakes for a threat, but that's the TwistEnding]]).



* The Golden Pontiac from ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/Lost Lost]]'' was used in four episodes and everytime involved in car crashes. It became so famous that Lostpedia even gave the car its own [[http://lostpedia.wikia.com/wiki/Golden_Pontiac page]]. Fans started to speculate about this car and going by the mysterious approach of the series the believed that this car was also exactly the same in terms of story. However as the accidents happened in three different US states (Iowa, California and New York) it was deemed to be either supernatural or just prop recycling. It was confirmed in an interview with Damon Lindelof on September 21, 2005 that the same prop car was used for all four accidents.

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* The Golden Pontiac from ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/Lost Lost]]'' ''Series/{{Lost}}'' was used in four episodes and everytime involved in car crashes. It became so famous that Lostpedia even gave the car its own [[http://lostpedia.wikia.com/wiki/Golden_Pontiac page]]. Fans started to speculate about this car and going by the mysterious approach of the series the believed that this car was also exactly the same in terms of story. However as the accidents happened in three different US states (Iowa, California and New York) it was deemed to be either supernatural or just prop recycling. It was confirmed in an interview with Damon Lindelof on September 21, 2005 that the same prop car was used for all four accidents.
10th Nov '17 4:04:07 PM HulkingHoggett
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* The multiwheeled Landmaster vehicle from ''Film/DamnationAlley'' reappeared in various movies and TV episodes, including as the "Ark" in Filmation's live-action kids show ''Series/ArkII''. (It almost had a better career than the human star Jan-Michael Vincent.)

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* The multiwheeled Landmaster vehicle from ''Film/DamnationAlley'' reappeared in various movies and TV episodes, including as the "Ark" in Filmation's live-action kids show ''Series/ArkII''.episodes. (It almost had a better career than the human star Jan-Michael Vincent.)
1st Nov '17 3:28:38 PM RoarkTenjouin
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*** ''Ex-Aid'' features several special one-off costumes (based off of past Riders and Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment video games) which ended up getting repainted and used in different contexts. The BigBad Kamen Rider Chronus' costume was made from Ex-Aid's Series/KamenRiderWizard form (made obvious by the fact that it has Wizard's BadassLongcoat); likewise, Ex-Aid's movie-exclusive VR Gamer form was made from a spare Chronus suit. The Namco classic suits were repaints of the Riders' normal Level 3 forms[[note]]for example, Ex-Aid's ''VideoGame/PacMan'' suit is made from Gekitotsu Robots, but with two of its gauntlets instead of one. On top of that, the gloves were repainted orange to match Pac-Man's current appearance.[[/note]]; the post-series ''Another Ending'' movies repainted the Pac-Man suit into the fighting game-based Knock-Out Fighter 2 suit for Ex-Aid, while his [[MiniMecha Maximum Mighty X]] suit was painted black and purple to become Genm's God Maximum X form.

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*** ''Ex-Aid'' features several special one-off costumes (based off of past Riders and Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment video games) which ended up getting repainted and used in different contexts. The BigBad Kamen Rider Chronus' costume was made from Ex-Aid's Gemn's Series/KamenRiderWizard form (made obvious by the fact that it has Wizard's BadassLongcoat); likewise, Ex-Aid's movie-exclusive VR Gamer form was made from a spare Chronus suit. The Namco classic suits were repaints of the Riders' normal Level 3 forms[[note]]for example, Ex-Aid's ''VideoGame/PacMan'' suit is made from Gekitotsu Robots, but with two of its gauntlets instead of one. On top of that, the gloves were repainted orange to match Pac-Man's current appearance.[[/note]]; the post-series ''Another Ending'' movies repainted the Pac-Man suit into the fighting game-based Knock-Out Fighter 2 suit for Ex-Aid, while his [[MiniMecha Maximum Mighty X]] suit was painted black and purple to become Genm's God Maximum X form.


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*** Another example from ''Gaim'' comes from it's stage show, where the rider exclusive to said show, Maja, uses a recolored version of the suit and weapons worn by Kamen Rider Fifteen.


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*** Speaking of ''Wild Force'', the Mut-org suits used in the ''Time Force'' crossover were created using a combination of parts from suits of previous ''Power Rangers'' monsters (as well as one ''Beetleborgs'' monster and an unused monster from ''[=GoGoV=]''). [[WhatCouldHaveBeen The crossover originally intended to use the suits]] from the ''Gaoranger'' summer movie, but the suits were lost in a fire, and it was too expensive to recreate the suits for the crossover, resulting in the Mut-orgs being created.
23rd Oct '17 9:16:26 AM simonscot
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* In general, Telltale design their games mostly for Wii which has limited memory, therefore they need to recycle their 3D models.

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* In general, When Telltale design designed their games mostly for Wii which has limited memory, therefore the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}, they need needed to recycle their 3D models.models due to the console's limited memory..



** The series is quite fond of reusing things if they can. The only time this is adverted are the original gameboy advance OG games, each with their own engine with very little if anything used.

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** The series is quite fond of reusing things if they can. The only time this is adverted averted are the original gameboy advance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance OG games, each with their own engine with very little if anything used.
21st Oct '17 2:59:21 PM LinTaylor
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*** Special mention also goes to ''Series/KamenRiderGaim''; not only does the Summer movie feature a [[PaintItBlack black]] Gaim, but it introduces Mars and Kamuro, whose apple-themed Golden and Silver Arms suits would later be repurposed for Jam's Darkness Arms in the final episode, Idunn's Ringo Arms and Saviour's Blood Zakuro in the Gaim Gaiden direct-to-video movies. On top of this, Darkness Arms uses a black version of Gaim's Daidaimaru sword while Ringo Arms wields Mars' sword and shield and Blood Zakuro uses a red Daidaimaru.

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*** Special mention also goes to ''Series/KamenRiderGaim''; not only does the Summer movie feature a [[PaintItBlack black]] Gaim, but it introduces Mars and Kamuro, whose apple-themed Golden and Silver Arms suits would later be repurposed for Jam's Darkness Arms in the final episode, Idunn's Ringo Arms and Saviour's Blood Zakuro in the Gaim Gaiden direct-to-video movies. On top of this, Darkness and Blood Zakuro Arms uses a black version use repainted versions of Gaim's Daidaimaru sword while Ringo Arms wields Mars' sword and shield shield.
*** ''Ex-Aid'' features several special one-off costumes (based off of past Riders
and Blood Zakuro uses Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment video games) which ended up getting repainted and used in different contexts. The BigBad Kamen Rider Chronus' costume was made from Ex-Aid's Series/KamenRiderWizard form (made obvious by the fact that it has Wizard's BadassLongcoat); likewise, Ex-Aid's movie-exclusive VR Gamer form was made from a red Daidaimaru.spare Chronus suit. The Namco classic suits were repaints of the Riders' normal Level 3 forms[[note]]for example, Ex-Aid's ''VideoGame/PacMan'' suit is made from Gekitotsu Robots, but with two of its gauntlets instead of one. On top of that, the gloves were repainted orange to match Pac-Man's current appearance.[[/note]]; the post-series ''Another Ending'' movies repainted the Pac-Man suit into the fighting game-based Knock-Out Fighter 2 suit for Ex-Aid, while his [[MiniMecha Maximum Mighty X]] suit was painted black and purple to become Genm's God Maximum X form.



*** ''Ex-Aid'' has a few more obvious examples. The BigBad Kamen Rider Chronus' costume was made from Ex-Aid's Series/KamenRiderWizard form (made obvious by the fact that it has Wizard's BadassLongcoat). Meanwhile, ''Series/KamenRider555''[='s=] Riotroopers had their {{Swiss Army Weapon}}s repainted for use by ''Series/KamenRiderGhost''[='s=] Ganma, and then they were repainted again to be wielded by ''Ex-Aid''[='s=] Ride-Players.

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*** ''Ex-Aid'' has a few more obvious examples. The BigBad Kamen Rider Chronus' costume was made from Ex-Aid's Series/KamenRiderWizard form (made obvious by the fact that it has Wizard's BadassLongcoat). Meanwhile, ''Series/KamenRider555''[='s=] Riotroopers had their {{Swiss Army Weapon}}s repainted for use by ''Series/KamenRiderGhost''[='s=] Ganma, and then they were repainted again to be wielded by ''Ex-Aid''[='s=] Ride-Players. Finally, in the summer move, Kamen Rider True Brave's sword was originally used by the Fire Ganmizer in ''Ghost''.
21st Oct '17 12:46:54 PM TheDeadSkin
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** Valve in general reuses props, textures, and [[StockSoundEffect sound effects]] across franchises whenever they can; this is due in a large part to the fact that nearly all of their games started out as mods of the others. Since every game except ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' has essentially the same visual style, and the engine itself does not support significantly higher-detail graphics than it did when it was first created, it still looks natural. Open up Hammer's prop browser for either of the ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'' games or ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}'' if you're so inclined; many of the props that were lifted from ''VideoGame/CounterStrike: Source'' are still in folders named for their respective maps.

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** Valve in general reuses props, textures, and [[StockSoundEffect sound effects]] across franchises whenever they can; this is due in a large part to the fact that can, mostly because nearly all of their games started out as mods of the others. Since every game except ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' has essentially the same visual style, and the engine itself does not support significantly higher-detail graphics than it did when it was first created, it still looks natural. Open up Hammer's prop browser for either of the ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'' games or ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}'' if you're so inclined; many of the props that were lifted from ''VideoGame/CounterStrike: Source'' are still in folders named for their respective maps.



** Incidentally inverted whenever a Valve game crosses over into ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''. When they included [[VideoGame/Left4Dead Bill's Hat, the Frying pan, Ellis's cap]], and the [[VideoGame/CounterStrike AWP]], you'd expect them to just cut the relevant parts off of the character in question and recycle them into the game. Nope, the [=TF2=] items all have unique models to fit with its artstyle.

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** Incidentally inverted whenever a Incidentally, ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' [[InvertedTrope does the opposite]] when other Valve game crosses over into ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''. When they included games cross over; when [[VideoGame/Left4Dead Bill's Hat, hat, the Frying frying pan, Ellis's cap]], cap]] and the [[VideoGame/CounterStrike AWP]], you'd expect them to just cut AWP]] were included in the relevant parts off of the character in question and recycle them into the game. Nope, the [=TF2=] items game, they all have got unique models to fit with its artstyle.''[=TF2=]''[='=]s art style.
17th Oct '17 9:25:22 AM Gosicrystal
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[[caption-width-right:273:[[Series/LostInSpace And]] [[Series/TheManFromUncle Many]] [[Series/{{Columbo}} Many]] [[Film/LooneyTunesBackInAction More]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:273:[[Series/LostInSpace And]] [[Series/TheManFromUncle Many]] [[Series/{{Columbo}} Many]] [[Film/LooneyTunesBackInAction More]]]]
[[caption-width-right:273:And many, many more.[[note]]''Series/LostInSpace'', ''Series/TheManFromUncle'', ''Series/{{Columbo}}'', ''Film/LooneyTunesBackInAction''...[[/note]]]]
13th Oct '17 10:15:24 AM Premonition45
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** The ''Enterprise''-D Engineering Master Systems Display table AKA the "pool table" was the Starfleet Command Center console from ''Film/StarTrekIVTheVoyageHome''.
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