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8th Aug '17 4:34:30 AM Piterpicher
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* On the ''VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} GX'' soundtrack is a track called ''2sec''. Its running length is 6 seconds (of which 4 are silence).

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* On the ''VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} ''VideoGame/FZero GX'' soundtrack is a track called ''2sec''. Its running length is 6 seconds (of which 4 are silence).
17th Jul '17 5:15:18 PM nombretomado
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* Averted by {{Coldplay}} in the BSide ''1.36'', which is actually longer but some people hearing that it was originally 1:36 long.

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* Averted by {{Coldplay}} Music/{{Coldplay}} in the BSide ''1.36'', "1.36", which is actually longer but some people hearing that it was originally 1:36 long.
8th Jul '17 9:47:47 AM nombretomado
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* Music/JohnCage's ''[=4'33"=]'', according to TheOtherWiki, "was composed in 1952 for any instrument (or combination of instruments), and the score instructs the performer [[TrueArtIsIncomprehensible not to play the instrument during the entire duration of the piece]]."

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* Music/JohnCage's ''[=4'33"=]'', according to TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, "was composed in 1952 for any instrument (or combination of instruments), and the score instructs the performer [[TrueArtIsIncomprehensible not to play the instrument during the entire duration of the piece]]."



* Somewhat subverted by LCD Soundsystem's ''45:33''. The actual running time is only slightly longer (45:58 according to TheOtherWiki), but the name is taken from the traditional record speeds of 45 and 33 1/3 RPM.

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* Somewhat subverted by LCD Soundsystem's ''45:33''. The actual running time is only slightly longer (45:58 according to TheOtherWiki), Wiki/TheOtherWiki), but the name is taken from the traditional record speeds of 45 and 33 1/3 RPM.
24th Apr '17 9:59:55 AM AthenaBlue
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* ''Series/TreintaYUnMinutos'', the famous Chilean show, which was 30 minutes long, adverts included.



* ''Series/TreintaYUnMinutos'', the famous Chilean show, which was 30 minutes long, adverts included.
24th Apr '17 9:59:18 AM AthenaBlue
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* ''1/2 Hour Comedy Hour.'' Stand-up comedy clip show on Comedy Central.
** Running time: 30 minutes.
* ''The 1/2 Hour News Hour'' on {{Fox}} News.
** Running time: 30 minutes.



* ''40 Minutes.'' Creator/{{BBC}}2 TV in the 80s had a 40-minute spare slot which they filled with a catch-all documentary anthology.
** Running time: ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.



* ''60 Seconds'' is a news bulletin on Creator/{{BBC}}3.
** ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.
* ''Al Murray's Happy Hour'', a chat show (should be noted that due to its other meaning, not all shows named ''Happy Hour'' run for an hour).
** Running time: One hour, including advertisements.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E742 "42"]]: Running time 42 minutes, not counting titles and credits.
** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E1TheEleventhHour "The Eleventh Hour"]], as part of its DoubleMeaningTitle, is in fact an hour long.
* ''Radio/HancocksHalfHour'', a radio and subsequently TV show, starring Tony Hancock. Running time: 30 minutes. One TV special was titled ''Hancock's Forty-Three Minutes.'' Running time: 43 minutes. Toward the end of the run, the running time was cut to 25 minutes, but instead of keeping up the theme, they just renamed it ''Hancock''. Spoilsports.
* ''Series/TheHour'', BBC drama about a PrimeTimeNews show (of the same name) in TheFifties.
** Running time: one hour.



* ''Series/ThisHourHas22Minutes''. A satire/news show.
** Running time: Half an hour minus commercials. Twenty-two minutes.

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** Also, ''Jack Dee's [[DeadpanSnarker Happy]] [[HalfHourComedy Hour]]''. He would begin every episode with explaining that it was neither happy nor an hour, until the last episode when he gave up and said it was.
* ''Series/ThisHourHas22Minutes''. A satire/news show.
''Pat Paulsen's Half a Comedy Hour'', a short-lived 1970 American series featuring comedian (and perennial [[http://www.paulsen.com/pat/ Presidential candidate]]) Paulsen.
** Running time: Half an hour minus commercials. Twenty-two 30 minutes.



* ''The 1/2 Hour News Hour'' on {{Fox}} News.
** Running time: 30 minutes.
* ''1/2 Hour Comedy Hour.'' Stand-up comedy clip show on Comedy Central.
** Running time: 30 minutes.

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* ''The 1/2 Hour News Hour'' on {{Fox}} News.
The ''Series/RonnieJohnsHalfHour'' which was about 40 minutes per episode, plus adverts.
* ''Sixty Minute Makeover'', ITV home improvement show.
** Running time: 30 minutes.
* ''1/2 Hour Comedy Hour.'' Stand-up comedy clip show on Comedy Central.
** Running time: 30 minutes.
60 minutes, including adverts. It also takes place (allegedly) in an hour realtime.
*** ''Series/HarryHillsTVBurp'' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oc-0cA5tefo refers to the programme]] as "46 Minute Makeover" because that's how long it is when you take out the adverts.



* ''Radio/HancocksHalfHour'', a radio and subsequently TV show, starring Tony Hancock. Running time: 30 minutes. One TV special was titled ''Hancock's Forty-Three Minutes.'' Running time: 43 minutes. Toward the end of the run, the running time was cut to 25 minutes, but instead of keeping up the theme, they just renamed it ''Hancock''. Spoilsports.
* ''40 Minutes.'' Creator/{{BBC}}2 TV in the 80s had a 40-minute spare slot which they filled with a catch-all documentary anthology.
** Running time: ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.
* ''60 Seconds'' is a news bulletin on Creator/{{BBC}}3.
** ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.
* ''Al Murray's Happy Hour'', a chat show (should be noted that due to its other meaning, not all shows named ''Happy Hour'' run for an hour).
** Running time: One hour, including advertisements.
** Also, ''Jack Dee's [[DeadpanSnarker Happy]] [[HalfHourComedy Hour]]''. He would begin every episode with explaining that it was neither happy nor an hour, until the last episode when he gave up and said it was.
* "42", an episode of ''Series/DoctorWho''.
** Running time: 42 minutes, not including titles and credits.
* The RonnieJohnsHalfHour which was about 40 minutes per episode, plus adverts.

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* ''Radio/HancocksHalfHour'', ''Series/StargateAtlantis'': [[Recap/StargateAtlantisS01E04ThirtyEightMinutes "38 Minutes"]]. The title is a radio and subsequently TV show, starring Tony Hancock. Running time: 30 minutes. One TV special was titled ''Hancock's Forty-Three Minutes.'' Running time: 43 minutes. Toward the end reference to one of the run, the running time was cut to 25 rules established in ''Series/StargateSG1'' -- under normal circumstances, a Stargate's wormhole can be maintained for a maximum of thirty-eight minutes, but instead of keeping up the theme, they just renamed it ''Hancock''. Spoilsports.
* ''40 Minutes.'' Creator/{{BBC}}2 TV in the 80s had
a 40-minute spare slot rule which they filled with [[RaceAgainstTheClock factors into the plot]] when the Atlantis team is stuck in a catch-all documentary anthology.
Puddle Jumper halfway through the event horizon of an active Stargate. The time between the activation and de-activation of the Stargate onscreen is 38 minutes, most of the episode's runtime.
* ''Series/ThisHourHas22Minutes''. A satire/news show.
** Running time: ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.
* ''60 Seconds'' is a news bulletin on Creator/{{BBC}}3.
** ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.
* ''Al Murray's Happy Hour'', a chat show (should be noted that due to its other meaning, not all shows named ''Happy Hour'' run for
Half an hour).
** Running time: One hour, including advertisements.
** Also, ''Jack Dee's [[DeadpanSnarker Happy]] [[HalfHourComedy Hour]]''. He would begin every episode with explaining that it was neither happy nor an hour, until the last episode when he gave up and said it was.
* "42", an episode of ''Series/DoctorWho''.
** Running time: 42 minutes, not including titles and credits.
* The RonnieJohnsHalfHour which was about 40 minutes per episode, plus adverts.
hour minus commercials. Twenty-two minutes.



* ''Sixty Minute Makeover'', ITV home improvement show.
** Running time: 60 minutes, including adverts. It also takes place (allegedly) in an hour realtime.
*** ''Series/HarryHillsTVBurp'' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oc-0cA5tefo refers to the programme]] as "46 Minute Makeover" because that's how long it is when you take out the adverts.
* ''Series/TheHour'', BBC drama about a PrimeTimeNews show (of the same name) in TheFifties.
** Running time: one hour.
* ''Pat Paulsen's Half a Comedy Hour'', a short-lived 1970 American series featuring comedian (and perennial [[http://www.paulsen.com/pat/ Presidential candidate]]) Paulsen.
** Running time: 30 minutes.
* ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' has the episode "[[Recap/StargateAtlantisS01E04ThirtyEightMinutes Thirty-Eight Minutes]]". The title is a reference to one of the rules established in ''Series/StargateSG1'' - under normal circumstances, a Stargate's wormhole can be maintained for a maximum of thirty-eight minutes, a rule which [[RaceAgainstTheClock factors into the plot]] when the Atlantis team is stuck in a Puddle Jumper halfway through the event horizon of an active Stargate. The time between the activation and de-activation of the Stargate onscreen is 38 minutes, most of the episode's runtime.



23rd Apr '17 2:36:10 PM nombretomado
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-->-- TelevisionWithoutPity recap for the ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'' episode "[[Recap/BattlestarGalactica2003S01E0133 33]]"

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-->-- TelevisionWithoutPity Website/TelevisionWithoutPity recap for the ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'' episode "[[Recap/BattlestarGalactica2003S01E0133 33]]"
26th Feb '17 2:46:58 PM nombretomado
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* From the ''[[{{Konami}} Bemani]]'' games: ''The least 100 sec.'' and ''100sec. Kitchen Battle!!''.

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* From the ''[[{{Konami}} Bemani]]'' ''Franchise/{{Bemani}}'' games: ''The least 100 sec.'' and ''100sec. Kitchen Battle!!''.
26th Jan '17 9:00:30 PM bwburke94
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** Running time: 44 minutes. Approximately 42 minutes, not including titles and credits.

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** Running time: 44 minutes. Approximately 42 minutes, not including titles and credits.



** Running time: ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.
*** Or not - there's no indication to use any sort of time measurement, only to approximate four minutes and thirty-three seconds, and divide into three movements.

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** Running time: ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.
*** Or not
ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. Sort of - there's no indication to use any sort of time measurement, only to approximate four minutes and thirty-three seconds, and divide into three movements.



** Actually, yes. The "Minute Waltz" is just the popular name for the first waltz of Chopin's work "Trois Valses" (three waltzes), from 1847. So this was originally a ''NoTitle''. In any case, it's much better of a name than its dull referential title: "Waltz in D flat major, Op. 64, No. 1".
4th Sep '16 11:23:45 PM erforce
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* ''ThePinkPanther Laugh and a Half Hour and a Half Show''

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* ''ThePinkPanther ''WesternAnimation/ThePinkPanther Laugh and a Half Hour and a Half Show''
23rd Aug '16 1:12:24 AM harlbior
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* ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' has the episode "[[Recap/StargateAtlantisS01E04ThirtyEightMinutes Thirty-Eight Minutes]]". The title is a reference to one of the rules established in ''Series/StargateSG1'' - under normal circumstances, a Stargate's wormhole can be maintained for a maximum of thirty-eight minutes, a rule which [[RaceAgainstTheClock factors into the plot]] when the Atlantis team is stuck in a Puddle Jumper halfway through the event horizon of an active Stargate. The time between the activation and de-activation of the Stargate onscreen is 38 minutes, most of the episode's runtime.
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