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17th Nov '16 12:10:26 PM nombretomado
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* The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0lKC9akgeA original theatrical cut]] of ''AGoofyMovie'' simply ended the film on the gag where Goofy kicks his [[TheAllegedCar damaged car]], causing it to explode and blow him sky high. However, the ending received a mixed reception and many audience members were upset by it, seemingly interpreting that Goofy had been ''killed'' in the explosion (somewhat of a justified reaction, given that the film was aimed at children). An additional scene was added to later versions, which shows Goofy falling back down and crashing into Roxanne's front porch, thus reassuring viewers that he was alive and well.

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* The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0lKC9akgeA original theatrical cut]] of ''AGoofyMovie'' ''WesternAnimation/AGoofyMovie'' simply ended the film on the gag where Goofy kicks his [[TheAllegedCar damaged car]], causing it to explode and blow him sky high. However, the ending received a mixed reception and many audience members were upset by it, seemingly interpreting that Goofy had been ''killed'' in the explosion (somewhat of a justified reaction, given that the film was aimed at children). An additional scene was added to later versions, which shows Goofy falling back down and crashing into Roxanne's front porch, thus reassuring viewers that he was alive and well.
10th Nov '16 10:20:08 AM Morgenthaler
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FocusGroupEnding is a subtrope. When the revised ending changes an ending that was already shown, it's also an OrwellianRetcon. If an ending is only changed when it is adapted to another medium, see AdaptationalEndingChange.

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FocusGroupEnding is a subtrope. When the revised ending changes an ending that was already shown, it's also an OrwellianRetcon. If an ending is only changed when it is adapted to another medium, see AdaptationalEndingChange.
AdaptationalAlternateEnding.
10th Nov '16 10:19:56 AM Morgenthaler
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FocusGroupEnding is a subtrope. When the revised ending changes an ending that was already shown, it's also an OrwellianRetcon.

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FocusGroupEnding is a subtrope. When the revised ending changes an ending that was already shown, it's also an OrwellianRetcon.
OrwellianRetcon. If an ending is only changed when it is adapted to another medium, see AdaptationalEndingChange.
2nd Nov '16 11:50:49 PM rjd1922
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* ''{{Film/Scream3}}'' had two different endings shot, one with Detective Kincaid in it and one without - as producers weren't sure whether or not they wanted to kill him off. Additionally the climax had to be re-shot several months later, as producers felt the stakes weren't high enough. This adds in [[spoiler: a DisneyDeath for Sidney]] which wouldn't have happened in the original cut.

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* ''{{Film/Scream3}}'' ''{{Film/Scream 3}}'' had two different endings shot, one with Detective Kincaid in it and one without - as producers weren't sure whether or not they wanted to kill him off. Additionally the climax had to be re-shot several months later, as producers felt the stakes weren't high enough. This adds in [[spoiler: a DisneyDeath for Sidney]] which wouldn't have happened in the original cut.
30th Oct '16 4:46:31 PM nombretomado
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* The original ending of ''Franchise/HeroFactory: Invasion from Below'' was completely revised in the last 12 hours of production. Originally, the Heroes would have befriended the Beasts terrorizing the city. In the final version, this does happen, but after that, the Heroes kill them due to a misunderstanding. This has made the episode pretty controversial for the fans, since the rest of the story made it clear that the Beasts were innocent and only wanted to protect their nest, a fact which the Heroes were darn well aware of.

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* The original ending of ''Franchise/HeroFactory: ''Toys/HeroFactory: Invasion from Below'' was completely revised in the last 12 hours of production. Originally, the Heroes would have befriended the Beasts terrorizing the city. In the final version, this does happen, but after that, the Heroes kill them due to a misunderstanding. This has made the episode pretty controversial for the fans, since the rest of the story made it clear that the Beasts were innocent and only wanted to protect their nest, a fact which the Heroes were darn well aware of.
11th Oct '16 1:44:57 AM Acebrock
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* Music/HarryChapin admitted he had a great deal of trouble coming up with an ending for the song "30,000 pounds of bananas", with his bandmates telling him that his first two efforts sucked, the first rejection even becoming [[MemeticMutation memetic]] (Harry, it sucks). The third attempt went over better, however.
3rd Oct '16 3:14:45 PM Flamethrowerman09
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*** Another example is his version of Meta vs. Carolina, where [[spoiler: it's changed from a NearVillainVictory to a HopeSpot ending]] that quite a few who were rooting for [[spoiler: The Meta]] found more satisfying.

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*** Another example is his version of Meta vs. Carolina, where [[spoiler: it's changed from a NearVillainVictory to a HopeSpot ending]] that quite a few who were rooting for [[spoiler: The Meta]] found more satisfying.ending]].
3rd Oct '16 2:16:47 PM Flamethrowerman09
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*** Another example is his version of Meta vs. Carolina, where [[spoiler: it's changed from a NearVillainVictory to a HopeSpot ending]] that quite a few who were rooting for [[spoilers: The Meta]] found more satisfying.

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*** Another example is his version of Meta vs. Carolina, where [[spoiler: it's changed from a NearVillainVictory to a HopeSpot ending]] that quite a few who were rooting for [[spoilers: [[spoiler: The Meta]] found more satisfying.
3rd Oct '16 2:16:20 PM Flamethrowerman09
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** Youtuber [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgomwpDU--0ucNCVTvX4scQ The Green Azumarill]] has made alternate endings of several episodes of WebAnimation/DeathBattle for those who weren't satisfied with the actual endings. These videos are mostly just the fight sequences of the episodes that are edited so that the loser of the fight looks like they won, often by cutting away from an attack that seems like it could kill the opponent, unlike in the actual episodes where the opponent survives and eventually wins. For example, in his version of the [[Main/BrokenBase infamous]] Gaara vs. Toph episode (this being his very first of the videos),[[spoiler: the battle ends with Gaara performing his signature Sand Coffin/Sand Burial combination (which, according to Gaara in-series, [[Main/YouWillBeSpared is a painless death]]) on Toph, killing her instantly (Headphone users beware because her [[DeathCryEcho death scream]] is '''really''' loud)]]. Of what reception these videos have, it seems to be mostly positive, with even some comments claiming that some of the alternate endings should be [[Main/BetterThanCanon "the real ending"]].
*** Although another Youtuber has also made a similar video that's basically the full episode of Gaara vs. Toph, but with the same result as the alternate ending (and is of higher quality): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5saEYa0NT4M

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** Youtuber [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgomwpDU--0ucNCVTvX4scQ The Green Azumarill]] has made alternate endings of several episodes of WebAnimation/DeathBattle for those who weren't satisfied with the actual endings. These videos are mostly just the fight sequences of the episodes that are edited so that the loser of the fight looks like they won, often by cutting away from an attack that seems like it could kill the opponent, unlike in the actual episodes where the opponent survives and eventually wins. For example, in his version of the [[Main/BrokenBase infamous]] Gaara vs. Toph episode (this being his very first of the videos),[[spoiler: the battle ends with Gaara performing his signature Sand Coffin/Sand Burial combination (which, according to Gaara in-series, [[Main/YouWillBeSpared is a painless death]]) on Toph, killing her instantly (Headphone users beware because her [[DeathCryEcho death scream]] is '''really''' loud)]]. Of what reception these videos have, it seems to be mostly positive, with even some comments claiming that some of the alternate endings should be [[Main/BetterThanCanon "the real ending"]].
*** One example, in his version of the [[Main/BrokenBase infamous]] Gaara vs. Toph episode (this being his very first of the videos):[[spoiler: the battle ends with Gaara performing his signature Sand Coffin/Sand Burial combination (which, according to Gaara in-series, [[Main/YouWillBeSpared is a painless death]]) on Toph, killing her instantly (headphone users beware because her [[DeathCryEcho death scream]] is '''really''' loud)]]. Although another Youtuber has also made a similar video that's basically the full episode of Gaara vs. Toph, but with the same result as the alternate ending (and is of higher quality): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5saEYa0NT4Mcom/watch?v=5saEYa0NT4M.
*** Another example is his version of Meta vs. Carolina, where [[spoiler: it's changed from a NearVillainVictory to a HopeSpot ending]] that quite a few who were rooting for [[spoilers: The Meta]] found more satisfying.
30th Sep '16 8:10:17 AM Flamethrowerman09
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** Youtuber [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgomwpDU--0ucNCVTvX4scQ The Green Azumarill]] has made alternate endings of several episodes of WebAnimation/DeathBattle for those who weren't satisfied with the actual endings. These videos are mostly just the fight sequences of the episodes that are edited so that the loser of the fight looks like they won, often by cutting away from an attack that seems like it could kill the opponent, unlike in the actual episodes where the opponent survives and eventually wins. For example, in his version of the [[Main/BrokenBase infamous]] Gaara vs. Toph episode (this being his very first of the videos),[[spoiler: the battle ends with Gaara performing his signature Sand Coffin/Sand Burial combination (which, according to Gaara in-series, [[Main/YouWillBeSpared is a painless death]]) on Toph, killing her instantly]]. Of what reception these videos have, it seems to be mostly positive, with even some comments claiming that some of the alternate endings should be [[Main/BetterThanCanon "the real ending"]].

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** Youtuber [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgomwpDU--0ucNCVTvX4scQ The Green Azumarill]] has made alternate endings of several episodes of WebAnimation/DeathBattle for those who weren't satisfied with the actual endings. These videos are mostly just the fight sequences of the episodes that are edited so that the loser of the fight looks like they won, often by cutting away from an attack that seems like it could kill the opponent, unlike in the actual episodes where the opponent survives and eventually wins. For example, in his version of the [[Main/BrokenBase infamous]] Gaara vs. Toph episode (this being his very first of the videos),[[spoiler: the battle ends with Gaara performing his signature Sand Coffin/Sand Burial combination (which, according to Gaara in-series, [[Main/YouWillBeSpared is a painless death]]) on Toph, killing her instantly]].instantly (Headphone users beware because her [[DeathCryEcho death scream]] is '''really''' loud)]]. Of what reception these videos have, it seems to be mostly positive, with even some comments claiming that some of the alternate endings should be [[Main/BetterThanCanon "the real ending"]].
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