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15th Apr '16 12:03:30 AM ultimomant
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* ''Series/TheFlash1990'' used this in the episode "Beat the Clock", where Flash had an hour to save an innocent man from death row.
9th Apr '16 5:49:06 PM eroock
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* ''Film/HighNoon'' is arguably the most famous cinematic use of this trope.

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* ''Film/HighNoon'' is arguably the most famous cinematic use of this trope. The film takes place between 10:35 a.m. and 12:15 p.m.
9th Apr '16 4:27:18 PM eroock
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* ''Film/{{Victoria 2015}} plays out in real time due to the fact that it's been shot in a [[TheOner single take]].
13th Mar '16 8:09:15 AM skidoo23
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** In "Mummy on the Orient Express", all scenes in which the Foretold attacks are timed to take exactly 66 seconds, as per the legend.

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** In "Mummy on the Orient Express", all scenes in which the Foretold attacks are timed to take exactly 66 seconds, as per the legend. There's even an on-screen countdown shown.
** "Face the Raven" is built around a countdown. The final 15 minutes or so of the episode take place in real time. Although this is not explicit, one can work this out by comparing dialogue with the episode timing, though this only works when watching the DVD or the non-commercial BBC broadcast. This is a good example of how much can be accomplished, dialogue-wise, within just a few minutes.
28th Feb '16 1:40:33 AM MasoTey
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* The events of boxing film ''The Set-Up'' correspond almost exactly to its 73-minute runtime, which is emphasized by shots of a clock at the beginning and end.

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* The events of the boxing film ''The Set-Up'' correspond almost exactly to its 73-minute runtime, which is emphasized by shots of a clock at the beginning and end.
28th Feb '16 1:40:17 AM MasoTey
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* The events of boxing film ''The Set-Up'' correspond almost exactly to its 73-minute runtime, which is emphasized by shots of a clock at the beginning and end.
24th Feb '16 9:55:19 AM nombretomado
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* In the climax of ''Film/TheAvengers'', two minutes and thirty seconds of screen time actually pass between the [[spoiler:deployment and explosion of the nuke intended for Manhattan.]]

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* In the climax of ''Film/TheAvengers'', ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'', two minutes and thirty seconds of screen time actually pass between the [[spoiler:deployment and explosion of the nuke intended for Manhattan.]]
20th Jan '16 12:55:52 PM bwburke94
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* In the pilot episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', the speedy pegasus Rainbow Dash claims she can clear the sky of clouds in "10 seconds flat". She lives up to her word, in exactly 10 seconds real time the sky has been cleared.

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* In the pilot episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', the speedy pegasus Rainbow Dash claims she can clear the sky of clouds in "10 seconds flat". She lives up to her word, word; in exactly 10 seconds real time the sky has been cleared.



* The ''WesternAnimation/AngryBeavers'' are unique in that ''all the clocks update in real time''. That is, if 5 minutes pass between one scene and the next, the clocks will have advanced by exactly 5 minutes.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/AngryBeavers'' are ''WesternAnimation/TheAngryBeavers'' is unique in that ''all the clocks update in real time''. That is, if 5 minutes pass between one scene and the next, the clocks will have advanced by exactly 5 minutes.
31st Dec '15 7:25:51 AM case
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* Among single-player video games that have an InUniverseGameClock, few also have Real Time. One that does is ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing''.

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* Among single-player video games that have an InUniverseGameClock, few also have Real Time.Time, and simulate what happened while the game was off. One that does is ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing''.
13th Oct '15 1:18:13 PM Silverblade2
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* [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Tiffany Aching]] has aged in time with the publication of her books.
* At first, so did Literature/HarryPotter. Books one through four were released one year at a time and each one covered a year in Harry's life... then came [[FanNickname the Three-Year Summer]], and the timeline was never the same again...
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