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14th Nov '15 2:52:41 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' was a Reunion Game for the voice casts of several Disney classics through the last century; most of the original cast returned (including people such as James Woods as Hades, and {{BRIAN BLESSED}} as Clayton as well as the original voice of Alice and Wendy a good 50 years after the initial films came out). Some of the cast of ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'' returned, as did most of ''{{Disney/Aladdin}}'' (save RobinWilliams, who was already recast since the TV series in the 90's), ''{{Disney/Hercules}}'', ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' (save Samuel E. Wright), ''{{Disney/Tarzan}}'', and ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' (save Jerry Orbach who had since passed away). The most no-shows were ''Disney/TheLionKing'' with only Ernie Sabella as Pumbaa and Cheech Marin as Banzai, and ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' where the entire cast was shooting the sequels and couldn't make it (although Creator/JohnnyDepp supposedly really wanted to do it). Geoffrey Rush did come back to voice Barbossa, but only in Australian copies.

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* ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' was a Reunion Game for the voice casts of several Disney classics through the last century; most of the original cast returned (including people such as James Woods as Hades, and {{BRIAN BLESSED}} as Clayton as well as the original voice of Alice and Wendy a good 50 years after the initial films came out). Some of the cast of ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'' returned, as did most of ''{{Disney/Aladdin}}'' (save RobinWilliams, Creator/RobinWilliams, who was already recast since the TV series in the 90's), ''{{Disney/Hercules}}'', ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' (save Samuel E. Wright), ''{{Disney/Tarzan}}'', and ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' (save Jerry Orbach who had since passed away). The most no-shows were ''Disney/TheLionKing'' with only Ernie Sabella as Pumbaa and Cheech Marin as Banzai, and ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' where the entire cast was shooting the sequels and couldn't make it (although Creator/JohnnyDepp supposedly really wanted to do it). Geoffrey Rush did come back to voice Barbossa, but only in Australian copies.
6th Nov '15 12:33:38 PM CrazyLegs2
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* ''Series/MamasFamily'' has had two reunions: one in the early 90's on Vicki Lawrence's talk show (in which Lawrence appeared both as herself and in-character as Mama) and another made for the DVD release of the series in 2014.
14th Oct '15 5:40:13 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/IDreamOfJeannie: 15 Years Later'' (1985) had all the original cast save Larry Hagman, who couldn't participate due to his role on ''{{Dallas}}''; instead, Wayne Rogers served as [[TheOtherDarrin The Other Tony]]. A second reunion movie, ''I Still Dream of Jeannie'' (1991), kept Tony [[HeWhoMustNotBeSeen offscreen]].

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* ''Series/IDreamOfJeannie: 15 Years Later'' (1985) had all the original cast save Larry Hagman, who couldn't participate due to his role on ''{{Dallas}}''; ''Series/{{Dallas}}''; instead, Wayne Rogers served as [[TheOtherDarrin The Other Tony]]. A second reunion movie, ''I Still Dream of Jeannie'' (1991), kept Tony [[HeWhoMustNotBeSeen offscreen]].
27th Aug '15 5:37:39 PM MarkLungo
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* Raymond Burr's ''other'' well-known series, ''Series/{{Ironside}}'', had one shortly before Burr's death in 1993.

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* Raymond Burr's ''other'' well-known series, ''Series/{{Ironside}}'', ''Series/{{Ironside 1967}}'', had one shortly before Burr's death in 1993.



* ''TheSixMillionDollarMan'' and ''Series/TheBionicWoman'' had three reunion movies in the late '80s and early '90s; ''Return of the Six-Million-Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman'', ''Bionic Showdown'' (which included some "Next Generation" bionic operatives) and ''Bionic Ever After'', (in which Steve Austin and Jamie Sommers [[TheyDo finally got married]]).

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* ''TheSixMillionDollarMan'' ''Series/TheSixMillionDollarMan'' and ''Series/TheBionicWoman'' had three reunion movies in the late '80s and early '90s; ''Return of the Six-Million-Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman'', ''Bionic Showdown'' (which included some "Next Generation" bionic operatives) and ''Bionic Ever After'', (in which Steve Austin and Jamie Sommers [[TheyDo finally got married]]).
18th Aug '15 4:51:43 PM nighttrainfm
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** In a rare case of a specific team coming back entirely on their own, ''Series/NinpuuSentaiHurricaneger'' had a "Ten Years Later" V-Cinema special in 2013.

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** In a rare case of a specific team coming back entirely on their own, ''Series/NinpuuSentaiHurricaneger'' had a "Ten Years Later" V-Cinema special in 2013. In 2015, something similar was announced for ''Series/TokusouSentaiDekaranger''.
12th Aug '15 7:54:49 PM Green_lantern40
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* ''Theatre/TheOddCouple: Together Again'' (1993) reunited Jack Klugman (Oscar) and Tony Randall (Felix) from the 1970-75 series. The throat surgery that caused Klugman to lose much of his voice was incorporated into the movie.

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* ''Theatre/TheOddCouple: Together Again'' (1993) reunited Jack Klugman (Oscar) and Tony Randall (Felix) from the 1970-75 series. The movie incorporated the throat surgery that caused Klugman to lose much of his voice was incorporated into as a plot point for Oscar. Apart from the movie.two leads, Penny Marshall (Myrna) and Garry Walberg ("Speed") were the only other actors from the series to appear.
12th Aug '15 7:51:20 PM Green_lantern40
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* ''Theatre/TheOddCouple: Together Again'' (1993) reunited Jack Klugman (Oscar) and Tony Randall (Felix) from the 1970-75 series. The throat surgery that caused Klugman to lose much of his voice was incorporated into the movie.
12th Jul '15 5:23:25 PM nombretomado
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* "A Reunion ...", the second-season premiere of ''Series/DontTrustTheBInApartment23'', deconstructed this trope. James van der Beek, [[AdamWesting who plays himself as a regular]], regularly turns down his ''Series/DawsonsCreek'' castmates' letters requesting a reunion. June, a fan when she was a teen, tries to suggest that he do it, and succeeds ... only for Chloe to let her know that she writes the letters, so James will feel powerful by rejecting them and thus she can get him to grant any wish of hers. June is undeterred, so Chloe drugs her and then spends six hours showing him [=DVDs=] of bad reunion shows from other shows (like ''Series/TheFactsOfLife Goes to Paris'') and reveals she's been the one writing the letters. James later reconsiders, but finds out from Busy Phillips that his former castmates all still hate him for not paying his share for a final gift to the crew, and won't say no outright but won't do it, either. Undeterred, he corners [[MalcolmInTheMiddle Frankie Muniz]] in the supermarket to pitch an idea for a combined reunion show, but Chloe again foils that. At the end, [[SavedByTheBell Mark-Paul Gosselaar]] appears to persuade James to live in the present, and they have a VikingFuneral for ''Dawson's Creek'' in the Central Park lake.

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* "A Reunion ...", the second-season premiere of ''Series/DontTrustTheBInApartment23'', deconstructed this trope. James van der Beek, [[AdamWesting who plays himself as a regular]], regularly turns down his ''Series/DawsonsCreek'' castmates' letters requesting a reunion. June, a fan when she was a teen, tries to suggest that he do it, and succeeds ... only for Chloe to let her know that she writes the letters, so James will feel powerful by rejecting them and thus she can get him to grant any wish of hers. June is undeterred, so Chloe drugs her and then spends six hours showing him [=DVDs=] of bad reunion shows from other shows (like ''Series/TheFactsOfLife Goes to Paris'') and reveals she's been the one writing the letters. James later reconsiders, but finds out from Busy Phillips that his former castmates all still hate him for not paying his share for a final gift to the crew, and won't say no outright but won't do it, either. Undeterred, he corners [[MalcolmInTheMiddle [[Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle Frankie Muniz]] in the supermarket to pitch an idea for a combined reunion show, but Chloe again foils that. At the end, [[SavedByTheBell [[Series/SavedByTheBell Mark-Paul Gosselaar]] appears to persuade James to live in the present, and they have a VikingFuneral for ''Dawson's Creek'' in the Central Park lake.
22nd May '15 5:57:35 AM smalltime
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* ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' was a Reunion Game for the voice casts of several Disney classics through the last century; most of the original cast returned (including people such as James Woods as Hades, and {{BRIAN BLESSED}} as Clayton as well as the original voice of Alice and Wendy a good 50 years after the initial films came out). Some of the cast of ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'' returned, as did most of ''{{Disney/Aladdin}}'' (save RobinWilliams, who was already recast since the TV series in the 90's), ''{{Disney/Hercules}}'', ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' (save Samuel E. Wright), ''{{Disney/Tarzan}}'', and ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' (save Jerry Orbach who had since passed away). The most no-shows were ''Disney/TheLionKing'' with only Ernie Sabella as Pumbaa and Cheech Marin as Banzai, and ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' where the entire cast was shooting the sequels and couldn't make it (although Creator/JohnnyDepp supposedly really wanted to do it). Geoffrey Rush did voice Barbossa, but only in Australian copies.

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* ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' was a Reunion Game for the voice casts of several Disney classics through the last century; most of the original cast returned (including people such as James Woods as Hades, and {{BRIAN BLESSED}} as Clayton as well as the original voice of Alice and Wendy a good 50 years after the initial films came out). Some of the cast of ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'' returned, as did most of ''{{Disney/Aladdin}}'' (save RobinWilliams, who was already recast since the TV series in the 90's), ''{{Disney/Hercules}}'', ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' (save Samuel E. Wright), ''{{Disney/Tarzan}}'', and ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' (save Jerry Orbach who had since passed away). The most no-shows were ''Disney/TheLionKing'' with only Ernie Sabella as Pumbaa and Cheech Marin as Banzai, and ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' where the entire cast was shooting the sequels and couldn't make it (although Creator/JohnnyDepp supposedly really wanted to do it). Geoffrey Rush did come back to voice Barbossa, but only in Australian copies.
22nd May '15 5:57:02 AM smalltime
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* ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' was a Reunion Game for the voice casts of several Disney classics through the last century; most of the original cast returned (including people such as James Woods as Hades, and {{BRIAN BLESSED}} as Clayton as well as the original voice of Alice and Wendy a good 50 years after the initial films came out). Some of the cast of ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'' returned, as did most of ''{{Disney/Aladdin}}'' (save RobinWilliams, who was already recast since the TV series in the 90's), ''{{Disney/Hercules}}'', ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' (save Samuel E. Wright), ''{{Disney/Tarzan}}'', and ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' (save Jerry Orbach who had since passed away). The most no-shows were ''Disney/TheLionKing'' with only Ernie Sabella as Pumbaa and Cheech Marin as Banzai, and ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' where the entire cast was shooting the sequels and couldn't make it (although Creator/JohnnyDepp supposedly really wanted to do it).

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* ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' was a Reunion Game for the voice casts of several Disney classics through the last century; most of the original cast returned (including people such as James Woods as Hades, and {{BRIAN BLESSED}} as Clayton as well as the original voice of Alice and Wendy a good 50 years after the initial films came out). Some of the cast of ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'' returned, as did most of ''{{Disney/Aladdin}}'' (save RobinWilliams, who was already recast since the TV series in the 90's), ''{{Disney/Hercules}}'', ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' (save Samuel E. Wright), ''{{Disney/Tarzan}}'', and ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' (save Jerry Orbach who had since passed away). The most no-shows were ''Disney/TheLionKing'' with only Ernie Sabella as Pumbaa and Cheech Marin as Banzai, and ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' where the entire cast was shooting the sequels and couldn't make it (although Creator/JohnnyDepp supposedly really wanted to do it). Geoffrey Rush did voice Barbossa, but only in Australian copies.
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