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10th Apr '18 5:11:10 PM MetaFour
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* Mambo musician Pérez Prado (born as Dámaso Pérez Prado) was mistakenly reported dead by newspapers in 1983. In reality, it was his brother Pantaleón Pérez Prado (also a musician, and who also had gone by just Pérez Prado years before) who had passed away.
17th Mar '18 7:23:24 PM Nikku
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* ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManUnlimited'': the Green Goblin quotes this almost word for word when he shows up in the final episode to assist Spidey and the other heroes against the High Evolutionary and his forces.
16th Mar '18 7:46:25 PM darkemyst
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** When Maxim challenges Old Man Death to a fight for his hat the old man mentions that some of the cavalry that they once rode with was through a few years ago and had said [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20100526 Maxim was dead.]] Maxim was reported dead since he was "detached" and didn't align himself with Wulfenbach like the rest of the Jägers.
2nd Mar '18 3:35:41 PM darkemyst
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* Madam Oglavia Spudna from ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' has this response to a horrified captured librarian who has just realized who the well known TortureTechnician is as she was thought to be dead.
28th Feb '18 6:07:36 PM Willbyr
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27th Feb '18 9:57:50 PM SarcasmKid
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** During "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday," Marge and Lisa work on an egg painting kit endorsed by Vincent Price. After discovering they're missing a set of decorative feet that's supposed to come with the kid, Marge calls the company and is shocked when Price himself answers even though he'd died several years before the episode aired. Price declares "You should know the grave could never claim me" before giving Marge instructions on how to get the feet. He then caps off by saying "I must now return to the sweet embrace of the crypt." Lisa's not sure if Price is supposed to be alive or dead by that point. Things get even more complicated when he appears at the end of the episode, driving a bus.

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** During "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday," Marge and Lisa work on an egg painting kit endorsed by Vincent Price. After discovering they're missing a set of decorative feet that's supposed to come with the kid, kit, Marge calls the company and is shocked when Price himself answers even though he'd died several years before the episode aired. Price declares "You should know the grave could never claim me" before giving Marge instructions on how to get the feet. He then caps off by saying "I must now return to the sweet embrace of the crypt." Lisa's not sure if Price is supposed to be alive or dead by that point. Things get even more complicated when he appears at the end of the episode, driving a bus.
27th Feb '18 9:56:12 PM SarcasmKid
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--->'''Marguarita:''' Father [=McGrath=]! I thought you were dead!\\
'''Father [=McGrath=]:''' I was!

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--->'''Marguarita:''' Father [=McGrath=]! I thought you were dead!\\
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** During "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday," Marge and Lisa work on an egg painting kit endorsed by Vincent Price. After discovering they're missing a set of decorative feet that's supposed to come with the kid, Marge calls the company and is shocked when Price himself answers even though he'd died several years before the episode aired. Price declares "You should know the grave could never claim me" before giving Marge instructions on how to get the feet. He then caps off by saying "I must now return to the sweet embrace of the crypt." Lisa's not sure if Price is supposed to be alive or dead by that point. Things get even more complicated when he appears at the end of the episode, driving a bus.
22nd Feb '18 1:50:39 AM TroperNo9001
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* In ''Disney/TheLionKing'', after going into self exile over thinking he was responsible for Mufasa's death, everyone in the Pride Lands thought Simba was dead. Even Scar assumed that, as the hyenas didn't tell him he got away from them. When [[RightfulKingReturns he returned to take back the Pride Lands]], everyone (baring Nala who had already found out he was alive) at first thought he was Mufasa's ghost.

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* In ''Disney/TheLionKing'', after going into self exile over thinking he was responsible for Mufasa's death, everyone in the Pride Lands thought Simba was dead. Even Scar assumed that, as the hyenas didn't tell him he got away from them. When [[RightfulKingReturns he returned to take back the Pride Lands]], everyone (baring (barring Nala who had already found out he was alive) at first thought he was Mufasa's ghost.
15th Feb '18 12:01:12 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* This was Aang's status for half of the third season of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' following the second season finale, where Azula killed Aang only for Katara to bring him back. [[InnocentlyInsensitive While Sokka was excited to have such a stealthy advantage]], Aang was initially upset that the world thought their only hope to end the war was gone forever, but eventually decided it was best that the world not know the Avatar was alive for now. Unfortunately, Azula had a feeling that Aang was alive and not only had a plan to defend against the Gaang's invasion, but also make them waste their stealthy advantage.

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* This was Aang's status for half of the third season of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' following the second season finale, where Azula killed Aang only for Katara to bring him back. [[InnocentlyInsensitive While Sokka was excited to have such a stealthy advantage]], Aang was initially upset that the world thought their only hope to end the war was gone forever, but eventually decided it was best that the world not know the Avatar was alive for now. Unfortunately, Azula Azula, being the MagnificentBitch she is, had a feeling that Aang was alive and not only had a plan to defend against the Gaang's invasion, but also make them waste their stealthy advantage.
14th Feb '18 11:57:17 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* This was Aang's status for half of the third season of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' following the second season finale, where Azula killed Aang only for Katara to bring him back. [[InnocentlyInsensitive While Sokka was excited to have such a stealthy advantage]], Aang was initially upset that the world thought their only hope to end the war was gone forever, but eventually decided it was best that the world not know the Avatar was alive for now. Unfortunately, Azula, being DangerouslyGenreSavvy, had a feeling that Aang was alive and not only had a plan to defend against the Gaang's invasion, but also make them waste their stealthy advantage.

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* This was Aang's status for half of the third season of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' following the second season finale, where Azula killed Aang only for Katara to bring him back. [[InnocentlyInsensitive While Sokka was excited to have such a stealthy advantage]], Aang was initially upset that the world thought their only hope to end the war was gone forever, but eventually decided it was best that the world not know the Avatar was alive for now. Unfortunately, Azula, being DangerouslyGenreSavvy, Azula had a feeling that Aang was alive and not only had a plan to defend against the Gaang's invasion, but also make them waste their stealthy advantage.
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