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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.
21st Aug '16 4:53:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* Irving Wallace’s novel TheSevenMinutes (published 1969) is about the prosecution for obscenity of another (fictional) book called The Seven Minutes by one J J Jadway (– we are told that the name is written without periods.) Jadway’s book is said to describe the thoughts going through a woman’s mind during sexual intercourse lasting for that time, and if it existed it would belong on this page. Wallace’s book strictly speaking does not belong here, because it describes the prosecution of Jadway’s book as pornography and explores the various arguments advanced on both sides in the public controversy over the trial. Wallace’s novel was adapted for a (not very successful) film by Russ Meyer released in 1971, and was the inspiration for the novel ElevenMinutes (Portugese, Onze Minutos) (2003) by the Brazilian writer Paulo Coelho, describing on the experiences of a young prostitute.

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* Irving Wallace’s Wallace's novel TheSevenMinutes (published 1969) is about the prosecution for obscenity of another (fictional) book called The Seven Minutes by one J J Jadway (– (-- we are told that the name is written without periods.) Jadway’s Jadway's book is said to describe the thoughts going through a woman’s woman's mind during sexual intercourse lasting for that time, and if it existed it would belong on this page. Wallace’s Wallace's book strictly speaking does not belong here, because it describes the prosecution of Jadway’s Jadway's book as pornography and explores the various arguments advanced on both sides in the public controversy over the trial. Wallace’s Wallace's novel was adapted for a (not very successful) film by Russ Meyer released in 1971, and was the inspiration for the novel ElevenMinutes (Portugese, Onze Minutos) (2003) by the Brazilian writer Paulo Coelho, describing on the experiences of a young prostitute.

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** And "Sex noll två" ("Six Zero Two") by Swedish punk band [=KSMB=] is 6.33, but was named for the 6.02 running time of the original demo.

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** And "Sex noll två" ("Six Zero Two") by Swedish punk band [=KSMB=] is 6.33, but was named for the 6.02 running time of the original demo.



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21st Aug '16 4:20:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''[[Series/TwentyFour 24]]''. An action/crime drama. 24 episodes in a season, one hour (including ads) each. Season running time: Twenty four hours!

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* ''[[Series/TwentyFour 24]]''.''Series/TwentyFour''. An action/crime drama. 24 episodes in a season, one hour (including ads) each. Season running time: Twenty four hours!



* ''ThisHourHas22Minutes''. A satire/news show.

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* ''ThisHourHas22Minutes''.''Series/ThisHourHas22Minutes''. A satire/news show.



* ''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.

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* ''HancocksHalfHour'', ''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.
9th Aug '16 2:19:55 AM Q4
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* ''HancocksHalfHour'', a radio show, starring Tony Hancock. The TV spin-off was renamed simply ''Hancock'', but one TV special was titled ''Hancock's Forty-Three Minutes.''
** Running time: 30 minutes and 43 minutes, respectively.

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* ''HancocksHalfHour'', a radio and subsequently TV show, starring Tony Hancock. The TV spin-off was renamed simply ''Hancock'', but one Running time: 30 minutes. One TV special was titled ''Hancock's Forty-Three Minutes.''
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'' Running time: 30 minutes and 43 minutes. Toward the end of the run, the running time was cut to 25 minutes, respectively.but instead of keeping up the theme, they just renamed it ''Hancock''. Spoilsports.
17th Dec '15 5:45:44 PM bim
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* Irving Wallace’s novel TheSevenMinutes (published 1969) is about the prosecution for obscenity of another (fictional) book called The Seven Minutes by one J J Jadway (– we are told that the name is written without periods.) Jadway’s book is said to describe the thoughts going through a woman’s mind during sexual intercourse lasting for that time, and if it existed it would belong on this page. Wallace’s book strictly speaking does not belong here, because it describes the prosecution of Jadway’s book as pornography and explores the various arguments advanced on both sides in the public controversy over the trial. Wallace’s novel was adapted for a (not very successful) film by Russ Meyer released in 1971, and was the inspiration for the novel ElevenMinutes (Portugese, Onze Minutos) (2003) by the Brazilian writer Paulo Coelho, describing on the experiences of a young prostitute.
5th Dec '15 3:56:28 PM Hjortron18
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* "747" by Swedish band {{Kent}} is 7 minutes and 47 seconds long.

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* "747" by Swedish band {{Kent}} Music/{{Kent}} is 7 minutes and 47 seconds long.
15th Nov '15 7:54:03 AM Prfnoff
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* "4:12" by Switchfoot, off the album ''Oh! Gravity''. (Interestingly, the title also refers to the clock time, as [[TitleDrop the first verse states]]: "You've been waking up at 4:12".)

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* "4:12" by Switchfoot, Music/{{Switchfoot}}, off the album ''Oh! Gravity''. (Interestingly, the title also refers to the clock time, as [[TitleDrop the first verse states]]: "You've been waking up at 4:12".)



* [[PlayingWIthATrope Played with]] by RelientK: "Crayons Can Melt On Us For All I Care" is a song that runs exactly ten seconds. The lyrics: "I just wasted ten seconds of your life."

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* [[PlayingWIthATrope Played with]] by RelientK: Music/RelientK: "Crayons Can Melt On Us For All I Care" is a song that runs exactly ten seconds. The lyrics: "I just wasted ten seconds of your life."
5th Nov '15 2:47:24 AM StFan
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* Averted in a {{Simpsons}} ThreeShorts episode - "The Simpson Family Smile Time Variety Hour" segment runs for a third of the episode, totaling roughly eight minutes. (of course, by the time those eight minutes are up, you're probably pretty glad that there aren't another fifty-two behind it)

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* Averted in a {{Simpsons}} ThreeShorts episode - of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons': "The Simpson Family Smile Time Variety Hour" segment runs for a third of the episode, totaling roughly eight minutes. (of course, by the time those eight minutes are up, you're probably pretty glad that there aren't another fifty-two behind it)
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