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29th Jun '17 6:16:12 PM DirtyHarry44Magnum
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* ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonorVanguard'' and ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonorAirborne'' are both ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonor'' games that focus on the paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne and 17th Divisions, that include Operations: Husky, Neptune, Market Garden and Varsity, allow the player to choose where they start at the begining of each Operation with the parachute mechanic and feature a protagonist that gets promoted halfway through the game.
10th May '17 6:57:29 AM Briguy52748
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** The series itself is a retooling of ''Film/{{Moonrunners}}''.

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** The series itself is a retooling of ''Film/{{Moonrunners}}''.''Moonrunners''.
10th May '17 6:56:29 AM Briguy52748
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* ''Series/TheDukesOfHazzard'':
** The series itself is a retooling of ''Film/{{Moonrunners}}''.
** The 1982 Coy and Vance-era episode titled -- appropriately enough -- "Coy vs. Vance" uses the same premise as an episode from two years earlier, "Carnival Of Thrills." Both episodes were about one of the Duke boys (Bo in the earlier episode, Coy in the newer show) falling for the voluptuous operator of a stunt show, the other Duke cousin learning that the new girlfriend has a dark secret to hide about the show (in both cases, the mechanic directed to sabotage the vehicle used in the main event stunt to cause an accident and the show to collect insurance), Bo/Coy refusing to believe them to the point where a fistfight breaks out ... and Bo/Coy learning in the end Luke/Vance were right and then teaming up to either successfully perform the stunt and/or expose the scheme and bring the stunt show operator and her henchmen to justice.
30th Mar '17 9:48:50 PM LinTaylor
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** While the modern Heisei era shows more variety, it still falls into this, especially when certain writers are part of it. ''[[Series/KamenRiderAgito Agito]]'', ''[[Series/KamenRider555 Faiz]]'', and ''[[Series/KamenRiderKiva Kiva]]'' all feature identical PoorCommunicationKills plotlines (detailed on that trope page) and all three were written by Creator/ToshikiInoue.


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* ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' has some seasons that come off as little more than English "dubs" of ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' shows. Opinion-wise, it can actually be something of a toss-up: ''[[Series/PowerRangersSamurai Samurai]]'' is generally considered one of the worst seasons (despite ''[[Series/SamuraiSentaiShinkenger Shinkenger]]'' being a fan-favorite) because of the perceived lazy writing and poor acting. On the other side of the coin, ''[[Series/PowerRangersTimeForce Time Force]]'' also cleaves fairly closely to its source show ''[[Series/MiraiSentaiTimeranger Timeranger]]'', but fans tend to have a better opinion of it thanks to the changes that ''were'' made and the quality of the acting.
20th Mar '17 4:59:40 PM nombretomado
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** Not as much as [[Series/LizzieMcGuire how]] [[Series/EvenStevens many]] [[Series/HannahMontana sitcoms]] [[Series/ThatsSoRaven featuring]] [[Series/CoryInTheHouse a]] [[Series/NaturallySadie group]] [[Series/TheFamousJettJackson of]] ThreeAmigos in middle-school/high school. It's even spread to {{Nickelodeon}}.

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** Not as much as [[Series/LizzieMcGuire how]] [[Series/EvenStevens many]] [[Series/HannahMontana sitcoms]] [[Series/ThatsSoRaven featuring]] [[Series/CoryInTheHouse a]] [[Series/NaturallySadie group]] [[Series/TheFamousJettJackson of]] ThreeAmigos in middle-school/high school. It's even spread to {{Nickelodeon}}.{{Creator/Nickelodeon}}.
28th Feb '17 6:06:36 PM Pinokio
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* ''Film/DoctorStrange2016'': A sorcerer's former apprentice had gone rogue studying dark magic from a book, starting a conflict over the book with the sorcerer. A Manhattan resident, who doesn't believe in magic, is trained to become an [[Film/TheSorcerersApprentice apprentice]] of the sorcerer. The sorcerer teaches the apprentice how magic can access a mirror dimension outside normal reality, in order to help battle the former apprentice, who already knows how to enter the mirror dimension. The two apprentices confront each other and duel with magic, culminating in a magical special effects battle on the busy city streets at night.
25th Feb '17 1:46:23 PM kensu
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* [[SpaceGhostCoastToCoast Hanna-Barbera]] [[HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw cartoons]] [[WesternAnimation/Sealab2021 re-imagined]] as DarkerAndEdgier for the [[HannaBarberaBeyond sake of parody]].
31st Jan '17 5:37:28 AM Ccook1956
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** ''TheHairBearBunch'' (formally titled ''Help!...It's The Hair Bear Bunch'') was an ursine ''Series/HogansHeroes'' that took place in a zoo instead of a German prison camp.

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** ''TheHairBearBunch'' ''WesternAnimation/TheHairBearBunch'' (formally titled ''Help!...It's The Hair Bear Bunch'') was an ursine ''Series/HogansHeroes'' that took place in a zoo instead of a German prison camp.
31st Jan '17 5:35:32 AM Ccook1956
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** ''TheHairBearBunch'' (formally titled ''Help!...It's The Hair Bear Bunch'') was an ursine ''Series/HogansHeroes'' that took place in a zoo instead of a German prison camp.
31st Jan '17 5:27:58 AM Ccook1956
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** ''Series/{{Password}} (1961) -> ''Snap Judgment'' (1967)

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** ''Series/{{Password}} ''Series/{{Password}}'' (1961) -> ''Snap Judgment'' (1967)



* A TV producer named Wilbur Stark mixed ''Series/{{Password}}'' with ''Series/YouDontSay'' and came up with ''The Object Is'' (1963), the first game show hosted by Dick Clark. Conversely, Goodson-Todman cribbed from ''Password'' and ''You Don't Say!'' themselves cand came up with 1964's ''Get The Message''.

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* A TV producer named Wilbur Stark mixed ''Series/{{Password}}'' with ''Series/YouDontSay'' and came up with ''The Object Is'' (1963), the first game show hosted by Dick Clark. Conversely, Goodson-Todman cribbed from ''Password'' and ''You Don't Say!'' themselves cand and came up with 1964's ''Get The Message''.
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