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9th Apr '16 7:41:53 PM sorako
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* ''MidoriNoHibi'', when [[spoiler:Ayase hugs Seiji after confessing her love to him.]]

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* ''MidoriNoHibi'', ''Manga/MidoriDays'', when [[spoiler:Ayase hugs Seiji after confessing her love to him.]]
19th Mar '16 2:12:15 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' featured one in "Forest of the Dead" when the Doctor realised just why his future self gave River Song the [[{{ChekhovsGun}} sonic screwdriver]]...

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' featured one in "Forest of the Dead" when the Doctor realised just why his future self gave River Song the [[{{ChekhovsGun}} [[ChekhovsGun sonic screwdriver]]...



* Seen on ''TheOffice'' during [[ShowWithinAShow Michael's home-made action movie]] ''Threat Level Midnight''. It's a scene of a character's head [[YourHeadAsplode exploding]] several times. Said character is played by ButtMonkey Toby.
* [[TheBigBangTheory Eye of the Tiger montage]]

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* Seen on ''TheOffice'' ''TheOfficeUS'' during [[ShowWithinAShow Michael's home-made action movie]] ''Threat Level Midnight''. It's a scene of a character's head [[YourHeadAsplode exploding]] several times. Said character is played by ButtMonkey Toby.
* [[TheBigBangTheory [[Series/TheBigBangTheory Eye of the Tiger montage]]
8th Mar '16 11:17:36 AM Morgenthaler
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* This technique was a common quirk in ''HomicideLifeOnTheStreet'', although ExecutiveMeddling led to it being heavily cut down in later seasons.

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* This technique was a common quirk in ''HomicideLifeOnTheStreet'', ''Series/HomicideLifeOnTheStreet'', although ExecutiveMeddling led to it being heavily cut down in later seasons.



* [[RealityShow Reality]] GameShow ''FearFactor'' uses this trick to the point of irritation.

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* [[RealityShow Reality]] GameShow ''FearFactor'' ''Series/FearFactor'' uses this trick to the point of irritation.



* Since much-reviled producer Bruce Kalish came along, ''PowerRangers'' has abused this to insane levels, to the point of anything in action scene, particularly StuffBlowingUp, being shown repeatedly and in extreme slow-mo. Sometimes, explosions occur without a source just to facilitate this (making it all the more ridiculous: at a random point during a fight scene, quite literally ''nothing'' will explode massively four times, slowly, from three or four angles. Oookay...) This has even been granted a term by the fans, "Kalishplosions".
* ''BeakmansWorld'' also liked to do this, either to emphasize StuffBlowingUp or just to see Lester getting pied in the face over and over in rapid succession.

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* Since much-reviled producer Bruce Kalish came along, ''PowerRangers'' ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' has abused this to insane levels, to the point of anything in action scene, particularly StuffBlowingUp, being shown repeatedly and in extreme slow-mo. Sometimes, explosions occur without a source just to facilitate this (making it all the more ridiculous: at a random point during a fight scene, quite literally ''nothing'' will explode massively four times, slowly, from three or four angles. Oookay...) This has even been granted a term by the fans, "Kalishplosions".
* ''BeakmansWorld'' ''Series/BeakmansWorld'' also liked to do this, either to emphasize StuffBlowingUp or just to see Lester getting pied in the face over and over in rapid succession.



* ''WalkerTexasRanger'' features a prominent use of the cut for Walker's signature RoundhouseKick, often in slow motion.

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* ''WalkerTexasRanger'' ''Series/WalkerTexasRanger'' features a prominent use of the cut for Walker's signature RoundhouseKick, often in slow motion.
26th Jan '16 9:46:49 PM Adept
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* This is used heavily in ''OniisamaE'', mostly on still frames.

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* This is used heavily in ''OniisamaE'', ''Manga/OniisamaE'', mostly on still frames.
29th Dec '15 9:48:34 PM Willbyr
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* ''SoulEater'' uses this for Maka's Demon Hunter finishing blow on [[spoiler:Mosquito]]. Kidd's "Death Cannon" technique frequently evokes the trope as well.
* ''FushigiYuugi'' uses this trope a number of times. Arguably, the most popular example would be [[spoiler:the scene in the 20th episode where [[BrainwashedAndCrazy evil Tamahome]] rips up the love letter he'd written for Miaka when he was still... you know, benign]].

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* ''SoulEater'' ''Manga/SoulEater'' uses this for Maka's Demon Hunter finishing blow on [[spoiler:Mosquito]]. Kidd's "Death Cannon" technique frequently evokes the trope as well.
* ''FushigiYuugi'' ''Manga/FushigiYuugi'' uses this trope a number of times. Arguably, the most popular example would be [[spoiler:the scene in the 20th episode where [[BrainwashedAndCrazy evil Tamahome]] rips up the love letter he'd written for Miaka when he was still... you know, benign]].



* ''TigerAndBunny'' uses a stuttercut to emphasize a particularly impressive AsskickingPose [[http://i1210.photobucket.com/albums/cc402/sparkysharps/tumblr_lq9a9jykM11qag4h7o1_400.gif Kotetsu delivers]] at the end of episode 21.
* ''SergeantFrog'' uses this when Giriro makes his first appearance and the TV explodes.
* ''{{Nichijou}}'' takes the cake - one scene involves Takasaki-sensei lightly hitting Yukko on the head with a binder, which is followed by a Repeat Cut sequence of that action consisting of ''over 50 hits in 25 seconds''.

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* ''TigerAndBunny'' ''Anime/TigerAndBunny'' uses a stuttercut to emphasize a particularly impressive AsskickingPose [[http://i1210.photobucket.com/albums/cc402/sparkysharps/tumblr_lq9a9jykM11qag4h7o1_400.gif Kotetsu delivers]] at the end of episode 21.
* ''SergeantFrog'' ''Manga/SgtFrog'' uses this when Giriro makes his first appearance and the TV explodes.
* ''{{Nichijou}}'' ''Manga/{{Nichijou}}'' takes the cake - one scene involves Takasaki-sensei lightly hitting Yukko on the head with a binder, which is followed by a Repeat Cut sequence of that action consisting of ''over 50 hits in 25 seconds''.
28th Dec '15 4:34:37 AM scooter
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* Korean dramas always do this with the (relatively infrequent) kiss scenes between the two leads, showing both the approach and the kiss itself from multiple angles multiple times.
22nd Dec '15 1:04:36 AM Bakazuki
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* Another Western example: ''WesternAnimation/{{ReBoot}}'' did this in one episode.

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* Another Western example: ''WesternAnimation/{{ReBoot}}'' did this in one episode.
31st Oct '15 10:10:07 PM drbreakfast
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** Chan was doing this even earlier; ''Film/ProjectA'' has its SignatureScene when Chan falls from a clocktower and lands on his head shown twice in a row...but if you look closely you can see that it's actually ''two different takes,'' not just two cameras recording the same take. That's right, he did the same ridiculously dangerous stunt twice and apparently couldn't choose between the two attempts, so he just edited them together as a Repeat Cut and called it good.

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** Chan was doing this even earlier; ''Film/ProjectA'' ''Project A'' has its SignatureScene when Chan falls from a clocktower and lands on his head shown twice in a row...but if you look closely you can see that it's actually ''two different takes,'' not just two cameras recording the same take. That's right, he did the same ridiculously dangerous stunt twice and apparently couldn't choose between the two attempts, so he just edited them together as a Repeat Cut and called it good.
31st Oct '15 10:09:40 PM drbreakfast
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** Chan was doing this even earlier; ''Film/ProjectA'' has its SignatureScene when Chan falls from a clocktower and lands on his head shown twice in a row...but if you look closely you can see that it's actually ''two different takes,'' not just two cameras recording the same take. That's right, he did the same ridiculously dangerous stunt twice and apparently couldn't choose between the two attempts, so he just edited them together as a Repeat Cut and called it good.
18th Oct '15 4:54:04 PM nombretomado
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* Used over and over in the first D.Y.N.A.M.O. episode of ''WesternAnimation/PowerpuffGirls''.

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* Used over and over in the first D.Y.N.A.M.O. episode of ''WesternAnimation/PowerpuffGirls''.''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls''.
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