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* ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'' [[PlayingWithATrope plays with this]] in the episode "Cradle and All", where the penguins have to chase a human baby through a maze of crates. First the gag is played straight, with the penguins and baby entering and emerging from random pathways for a good few seconds, but then [[GenreSavvy Kowalski]] realizes what's happening and gets the team to [[DefiedTrope defy the trope.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'' [[PlayingWithATrope plays with this]] in the episode "Cradle and All", where the penguins have to chase a human baby through a maze of crates. First the gag is played straight, with the penguins and baby entering and emerging from random pathways for a good few seconds, but then [[GenreSavvy Kowalski]] Kowalski realizes what's happening and gets the team to [[DefiedTrope defy the trope.]]
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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'': The "[[Recap/SupernaturalS13E16ScoobyNatural ScoobyNatural]]" crossover with Franchise/ScoobyDoo, the famous sequence is recreated in animation. In keeping with tradition, one UnexpectedCharacter ([[spoiler: [[TheScrappy Scrappy Doo]]]]) makes a brief appearance, never to be seen again in the episode.
3rd Apr '18 9:50:14 AM N8han11
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Sidekick}}'' did this [[RunningGag several times]].
** Used in "Moustachesquatch" when the gang is chasing/being chased by the mustache monster, though they use caves rather than doors.
** "Ice to Know You" has the scene where the main group is attempting to run from a yeti in the Maxum Mansion. [[CallBack The mustache monster even makes a brief reappearance]]!
** "Teenage Mummies In Love" has a scene where Eric and Trevor are running away from a real mummy, and this trope ensues, albeit with school lockers rather than doors.
** Played straight in "House of Helmut", followed by Trevor running into a closed door, knocking down the whole wall, and [[UpToEleven having the others comes out of one of the knocked down doors]].
27th Mar '18 9:13:51 AM StFan
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* One of Legendary Frog's [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings "One Ring to Rule Them All"]] animations features one of these as Wayne the goblin is chasing Sam and Frodo. Yep, the gags include a ''Scooby-Doo'' cameo.

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* One of Legendary Frog's [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings "One ''[[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings One Ring to Rule Them All"]] All]]'' animations features one of these as Wayne the goblin is chasing Sam and Frodo. Yep, the gags include a ''Scooby-Doo'' cameo.



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* Subverted in ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'': the camera is at the right angle, the hallway is full of doors, and the characters are being chased at the time. They run through the door, followed by what's chasing them, then... nothing for about one second, then the scene changes.

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* Subverted in ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'': ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'':
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the camera is at the right angle, the hallway is full of doors, and the characters are being chased at the time. They run through the door, followed by what's chasing them, then... nothing for about one second, then the scene changes.



** Done in the episode "Mad Mod", during a ''Scooby-Doo''-inspired musical [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wTfY27KS8-8 chase scene]] with the Titans pursuing Mad Mod through his surreal, trap-laden lair. This also contains a number of references to the ''WesternAnimation/YellowSubmarine'' doors, with Beast Boy doubling as the animals - there's even a scene where the Titans have to navigate a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EK0R272RjXI sea of holes]]. And at one point during that doors sequence, Mad Mod drives [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/modcars.png a car with the exact same colour scheme]] as the car in ''Yellow Submarine''. At least twice during this sequence, it's further mixed up with PerspectiveMagic; characters will emerge from a door, head to one either farther or nearer the viewer, but won't change size like they would if they were running down a normal hallway. The hinges on the doors aren't consistent either - not just swinging towards doorknobs, but dropping like drawbridges and rising like garage doors - even acting as if the lower halves were actually doggy doors for the mini-Titans to charge through. ...MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext.

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** Done in the episode "Mad Mod", during a ''Scooby-Doo''-inspired musical [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wTfY27KS8-8 chase scene]] with the Titans pursuing Mad Mod through his surreal, trap-laden lair. This also contains a number of references to the ''WesternAnimation/YellowSubmarine'' doors, with Beast Boy doubling as the animals - -- there's even a scene where the Titans have to navigate a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EK0R272RjXI sea of holes]]. And at one point during that doors sequence, Mad Mod drives [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/modcars.png a car with the exact same colour scheme]] as the car in ''Yellow Submarine''. At least twice during this sequence, it's further mixed up with PerspectiveMagic; characters will emerge from a door, head to one either farther or nearer the viewer, but won't change size like they would if they were running down a normal hallway. The hinges on the doors aren't consistent either - not just swinging towards doorknobs, but dropping like drawbridges and rising like garage doors - -- even acting as if the lower halves were actually doggy doors for the mini-Titans to charge through. ...MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext.



* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': Used in the episode "A Bird in the Hoof", while Fluttershy and Twilight Sparkle chases after Philomena to the tune of a [[Series/TheBennyHillShow Yakkety Sax]] [[SuspiciouslySimilarSong sound-alike]]. This may actually be a subtle subversion, as the characters always exit through the same side that they enter. (until the very end, where Philomena seems to exit the chase without needing a door)

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': Used in the episode "A Bird in the Hoof", while Fluttershy and Twilight Sparkle chases after Philomena to the tune of a [[Series/TheBennyHillShow Yakkety Sax]] [[SuspiciouslySimilarSong sound-alike]]. This may actually be a subtle subversion, as the characters always exit through the same side that they enter. enter (until the very end, where Philomena seems to exit the chase without needing a door)door).



-->'''Kowalski:''' [[DiscussedTrope I've seen this before. We'll continue chasing him back and forth, to-and-fro, right and left, over and under, until we start chasing each other.]]

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-->'''Kowalski:''' [[DiscussedTrope I've seen this before. We'll continue chasing him back and forth, to-and-fro, right and left, over and under, until we start chasing each other.]]



* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' did this in the "Reaper Madness" segment of "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS15E1TreehouseOfHorrorXIV Treehouse of Horror XIV]]" with [[TheGrimReaper Death]] in the upstairs of their house. Bonus points for using ''[[Series/TheBennyHillShow Yakkety Sax.]]''
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Powerpuff Girls}}'':

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' did this in the "Reaper Madness" segment of "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS15E1TreehouseOfHorrorXIV Treehouse of Horror XIV]]" with [[TheGrimReaper Death]] in the upstairs of their house. Bonus points for using ''[[Series/TheBennyHillShow Yakkety Sax.]]''
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Powerpuff Girls}}'':''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'':



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' set it up in their ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' parody in "Saturday Morning Fun Pit", by having Shaggy!Fry, Scooby!Bender, and the MonsterOfTheWeek go through a cloning machine, seeing Fry and Bender go through one set of doors... [[spoiler:[[SubvertedTrope and cut to the next scene]].]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' set it ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'':
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up in their ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' parody in "Saturday Morning Fun Pit", by having Shaggy!Fry, Scooby!Bender, Shaggy/Fry, Scooby/Bender, and the MonsterOfTheWeek go through a cloning machine, seeing Fry and Bender go through one set of doors... [[spoiler:[[SubvertedTrope and cut to the next scene]].]]



* The trope shows up in the ''WesternAnimation/BatPat'' episode “Nothing to laugh at”.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Omniverse}}'', Ben Kevin, Rook and Zed chase Darkstar, who is levitating a kidnapped Gwen, across through door to door in the halls of Gwen's university. At one point Ben actually reaches his hand through one door to see it come out of a door on the other side of the hallway, indicating the doors are actually portals.

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* The trope shows up in the ''WesternAnimation/BatPat'' episode “Nothing "Nothing to laugh at”.
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10 Omniverse}}'', ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'', Ben Kevin, Rook and Zed chase Darkstar, who is levitating a kidnapped Gwen, across through door to door in the halls of Gwen's university. At one point Ben actually reaches his hand through one door to see it come out of a door on the other side of the hallway, indicating the doors are actually portals.



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* During the "Ultimate Deletion" skit, Wrestling/BrayWyatt and Wrestling/MattHardy chase each other through a bunch of fake tombstones with this effect.
6th Mar '18 11:16:57 PM jormis29
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* Creator/FrizFreleng had his own variant: two characters chasing each other (with MickeyMousing hopping steps) in a room full of doors: the chaser will see the chasee go into one door, go to it, but just as he opens it, the chasee comes out a ''completely different'' door; chaser goes to new door, cycle repeats. It shows up in ''Little Red Riding Rabbit'' (1944), and also in ''Buccaneer Bunny'' (1948), where one door suddenly has a [[AshFace cannon behind it]].

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* Creator/FrizFreleng had his own variant: two characters chasing each other (with MickeyMousing hopping steps) in a room full of doors: the chaser will see the chasee go into one door, go to it, but just as he opens it, the chasee comes out a ''completely different'' door; chaser goes to new door, cycle repeats. It shows up in ''Little Red Riding Rabbit'' ''WesternAnimation/LittleRedRidingRabbit'' (1944), and also in ''Buccaneer Bunny'' ''WesternAnimation/BuccaneerBunny'' (1948), where one door suddenly has a [[AshFace cannon behind it]].
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Powerpuff Girls}}'':
** In the middle of the night, a burglar goes to rob the Powerpuff Girls' house not knowing who they are. The Girls confront him and when he finds out they have superpowers, he imeediately hides in a lamp. The lamp breaks and the burglar still inside the broken lamp hops all around the house with the Girls chasing him.
** When the Powerpuff Girls' next-door neighbors, The Smiths, become a family of vengeful supervillains, they try to run over both the Girls and the Professor with their mechanically modified car. The Girls carry the Professor to safety flying from room to room in the hall while the Smiths destroy each door so they can follow them.
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->''"[[LampshadeHanging Oh, I hate this part with the doors]]!"''

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->''"[[LampshadeHanging Oh, ->''"Oh, I hate this part with the doors]]!"''doors!"''



This trope is OlderThanTelevision, dating to the old days of French Farce. It showed up on film in the 1930's. Even with animation, it predates its TropeNamer by some thirty years. In live theater, certain kinds of screwball comedies are known as "door slammers" for a climactic scene or scenes where the whole cast is chasing one another, in one door and out another, everyone just missing everyone else by an instant; notable examples include ''Theatre/AFunnyThingHappenedOnTheWayToTheForum'' and ''Theatre/LendMeATenor''.

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This trope is OlderThanTelevision, dating to the old days of French Farce. It showed up on film in the 1930's. Even with animation, it predates its TropeNamer {{Trope Namer|s}} by some thirty years. In live theater, certain kinds of screwball comedies are known as "door slammers" for a climactic scene or scenes where the whole cast is chasing one another, in one door and out another, everyone just missing everyone else by an instant; notable examples include ''Theatre/AFunnyThingHappenedOnTheWayToTheForum'' and ''Theatre/LendMeATenor''.



* In a rare use, a series of Cartoon Network gag commercials poking fun at ''Film/TheBlairWitchProject'' (known as WesternAnimation/TheScoobyDooProject) have Velma of the ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'' gang holding a camcorder during a chase scene and running into a few rooms shouting that she hates these door sequences before placing the camera down on an end table so it can resume the familiar angle as they go through the switch.

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* In a rare use, a series of Cartoon Network Creator/CartoonNetwork gag commercials poking fun at ''Film/TheBlairWitchProject'' (known as WesternAnimation/TheScoobyDooProject) have Velma of the ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'' ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' gang holding a camcorder during a chase scene and running into a few rooms shouting that she hates these door sequences before placing the camera down on an end table so it can resume the familiar angle as they go through the switch.



* A [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEtdrZ9bG0w TV commercial]] for ''VideoGame/WarioLand3'' had Wario running through such doors that were shaped liked the purple UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor and getting affected by the various hazards and status changes from the game.

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* A [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEtdrZ9bG0w com/watch?v=o64GopOQylw TV commercial]] for ''VideoGame/WarioLand3'' had Wario running through such doors that were shaped liked the purple UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor and getting affected by the various hazards and status changes from the game.



** Parodied in AMV Hell 4 by adding "Yakety Sax" (''Series/TheBennyHillShow'' theme) and ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'' footage.

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** Parodied in AMV Hell 4 by adding "Yakety Sax" (''Series/TheBennyHillShow'' theme) and ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'' ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' footage.



* Happens in an episode of ''Anime/KirbyOfTheStars'', where Lololo and Lalala are trying to keep [[ItMakesSenseInContext Kirby's two halves]] away from Dedede, Escargon and [[MonsterOfTheWeek the episode's monster]]. In between slapstick antics, there are repeated scenes of everyone running between columns, complete with the "multiple versions of one character" joke.

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* Happens in an episode of ''Anime/KirbyOfTheStars'', ''Anime/KirbyRightBackAtYa'', where Lololo and Lalala are trying to keep [[ItMakesSenseInContext Kirby's two halves]] away from Dedede, Escargon and [[MonsterOfTheWeek the episode's monster]]. In between slapstick antics, there are repeated scenes of everyone running between columns, complete with the "multiple versions of one character" joke.



* ''Creator/WaltDisney'' movies use this more than once:
** In their ''Alice in Wonderland'', the Queen of Heart's labyrinth serves as a setting for one between Alice, the Queen of Hearts and the Playing Card Soldiers.
** Disney's ''Disney/RobinHood'' has a sequence using the fair tents between Robin and Little John, the guards, and Lady Cluck; it ended up with the large guards propelling one tent like a train with the apropos sound effect and a [[FoeTossingCharge mock American football run]]! The animation of the beginning is actually copied from the ''Alice in Wonderland'' scene.

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* ''Creator/WaltDisney'' Franchise/{{Disney|AnimatedCanon}} movies use this more than once:
** In their ''Alice in Wonderland'', ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'', the Queen of Heart's labyrinth serves as a setting for one between Alice, the Queen of Hearts and the Playing Card Soldiers.
** Disney's ''Disney/RobinHood'' has a sequence using the fair tents between Robin and Little John, the guards, and Lady Cluck; it ended up with the large guards propelling one tent like a train with the apropos sound effect and a [[FoeTossingCharge mock American football run]]! The animation of the beginning is actually copied from the ''Alice in Wonderland'' scene.






* Music/TheBeatles' ''WesternAnimation/YellowSubmarine''
** A sequence early in the film features a variant on this, where creatures and things ran back and forth between doors in a long hallway only when the main characters were not present. One has to wonder whether The Beatles were aware of it or not; since they never saw the creatures, they may not know their house is inhabited by so many zany creatures. Since they they later open one door and see King Kong about to abscond with Fay Wray, and another door has a locomotive chugging towards them until the door is closed, it's possible they had some idea.

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* Music/TheBeatles' ''WesternAnimation/YellowSubmarine''
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** A sequence early in the film features a variant on this, where creatures and things ran back and forth between doors in a long hallway only when the main characters were not present. One has to wonder whether The Beatles were aware of it or not; since they never saw the creatures, they may not know their house is inhabited by so many zany creatures. Since they they later open one door and see King Kong about to abscond with Fay Wray, and another door has a locomotive chugging towards them until the door is closed, it's possible they had some idea.



* ''Film/LooneyTunesBackInAction'' has a scene in the Louvre where Elmer Fudd is going after WesternAnimation/BugsBunny and WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck and the three jump into various paintings. It eventually becomes this when the three are jumping back and forth between the paintings in the hallway, dressed up as characters and/or scenery of said paintings.

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* ''Film/LooneyTunesBackInAction'' has a scene in the Louvre where Elmer Fudd WesternAnimation/ElmerFudd is going after WesternAnimation/BugsBunny and WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck and the three jump into various paintings. It eventually becomes this when the three are jumping back and forth between the paintings in the hallway, dressed up as characters and/or scenery of said paintings.



* ''Franchise/SilentHill''

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** The Gameboy Color port of ''VideoGame/ScoobyDooClassicCreepCapers'' also uses this gimmick as a puzzle; you go through three doors, then have to choose a fourth door that leads to a secret room. The secret? The key door is [[spoiler:whichever door the second door was.]]

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** The Gameboy Color UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor port of ''VideoGame/ScoobyDooClassicCreepCapers'' also uses this gimmick as a puzzle; you go through three doors, then have to choose a fourth door that leads to a secret room. The secret? The key door is [[spoiler:whichever door the second door was.]]was]].



* ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance'' has a more sinister version where an [[spoiler: Odin-empowered Dr. Doom]] uses his powers to create a hall of doors like this, with the simple task of finding a way out. The trick is [[spoiler: to go back the way you came in.]]

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* ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance'' has a more sinister version where an [[spoiler: Odin-empowered Dr. Doom]] uses his powers to create a hall of doors like this, with the simple task of finding a way out. The trick is [[spoiler: to go back the way you came in.]]in]].



* A humorous variant can be found as one of the notable features of [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-k9-j-ex SCP-K9-J-EX]] on the Wiki/SCPFoundation. The article itself is a WholePlotReference to ScoobyDoo, considering the actions of the Mobile Task Force sent to deal with it.

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* A humorous variant can be found as one of the notable features of [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-k9-j-ex SCP-K9-J-EX]] on the Wiki/SCPFoundation. The article itself is a WholePlotReference to ScoobyDoo, Franchise/ScoobyDoo, considering the actions of the Mobile Task Force sent to deal with it.



* Creator/TexAvery was fond of this during his days at [=MGM=] (he especially loved exaggerating it).

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* Creator/TexAvery was fond of this during his days at [=MGM=] Creator/{{M|etroGoldwynMayer}}GM (he especially loved exaggerating it).



* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''

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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'':



* ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'', even though it didn't invent the trope, certainly standardized it and used it often enough that it became an institution intimately associated with the franchise, [[TropeNamer hence the name]]. Every modern usage includes at least a nod to the canine detective and the gang, if only in the music chosen[[labelnote:*]] (some form of light pop-rock, which first became a staple in the second season of ''Where Are You!'')[[/labelnote]]. The sequence has been homaged and parodied to hell and back so often since 1969 that even ''Scooby-Doo'' itself can't use it straight anymore.

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* ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'', even though it didn't invent the trope, certainly standardized it and used it often enough that it became an institution intimately associated with the franchise, [[TropeNamer [[TropeNamers hence the name]]. Every modern usage includes at least a nod to the canine detective and the gang, if only in the music chosen[[labelnote:*]] (some form of light pop-rock, which first became a staple in the second season of ''Where Are You!'')[[/labelnote]]. The sequence has been homaged and parodied to hell and back so often since 1969 that even ''Scooby-Doo'' itself can't use it straight anymore.



* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''
** Used during the episode "Cartman Joins NAMBLA", in a Scooby-esque chase scene between a large group of young boys, a gang of naked paedophiles (the entire South Park NAMBLA chapter), the National Association of Creator/MarlonBrando Look-Alikes (the "other NAMBLA"), the police and the FBI, and Kenny chasing his pregnant mother with a plunger. It ends when Kenny's father stumbles into the melee, and [[BlackComedyRape gets gang-raped by the NAMBLA chapter.]] There's also a random appearance by two gents on penny-farthings.
*** Also, a waiter keeps coming down the hallway and getting knocked down by the chase ("Sacrébleu!").

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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''
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** Used during the episode "Cartman Joins NAMBLA", in a Scooby-esque chase scene between a large group of young boys, a gang of naked paedophiles (the entire South Park NAMBLA chapter), the National Association of Creator/MarlonBrando Look-Alikes (the "other NAMBLA"), the police and the FBI, and Kenny chasing his pregnant mother with a plunger. It ends when Kenny's father stumbles into the melee, and [[BlackComedyRape gets gang-raped by the NAMBLA chapter.]] There's also a random appearance by two gents on penny-farthings.
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penny-farthings. Also, a waiter keeps coming down the hallway and getting knocked down by the chase ("Sacrébleu!").



* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans''

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents''

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb''

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb''''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'':



** Done yet again again in "Misperceived Monotreme" during the "Livin' in a Fun House" number. Subeverted since Perry the Platypus isn't being chased, but is simply trying to find the exit. He ends turning the room upside-down, seeing multiplecopies of himself, and nearly getting his cover blown.
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** Done yet again again in "Misperceived Monotreme" during the "Livin' in a Fun House" number. Subeverted Subverted since Perry the Platypus isn't being chased, but is simply trying to find the exit. He ends turning the room upside-down, seeing multiplecopies multiple copies of himself, and nearly getting his cover blown.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs''''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'':



* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' did this in "WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror XIV: Reaper Madness" with [[GrimReaper Death]] in the upstairs of their house. Bonus points for using ''[[Series/TheBennyHillShow Yakkety Sax.]]''

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' did this in "WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror XIV: Reaper the "Reaper Madness" segment of "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS15E1TreehouseOfHorrorXIV Treehouse of Horror XIV]]" with [[GrimReaper [[TheGrimReaper Death]] in the upstairs of their house. Bonus points for using ''[[Series/TheBennyHillShow Yakkety Sax.]]''



* In the animated lyric video for SesameStreet's "Monster in the Mirror," Grover and other Halloween-dressed Sesame Street monsters race through a whole lot of colored doors during the a-cappella chorus.

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* In the animated lyric video for SesameStreet's ''Series/SesameStreet'''s "Monster in the Mirror," Grover and other Halloween-dressed Sesame Street monsters race through a whole lot of colored doors during the a-cappella chorus.



* In Episode 70 of ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'', Kaeloo and Quack Quack chase Stumpy through a bunch of {{Portal Door}}s during a game of "interdimensional hide and seek" and he always comes out through a different door. At one point, Stumpy from another dimension runs through the door and meets up with the original Stumpy.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'':
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In Episode 70 of ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'', 70, Kaeloo and Quack Quack chase Stumpy through a bunch of {{Portal Door}}s during a game of "interdimensional hide and seek" and he always comes out through a different door. At one point, Stumpy from another dimension runs through the door and meets up with the original Stumpy.
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** The Gameboy Color port of ''Scooby-Doo: Classic Creep Capers'' also uses this gimmick as a puzzle; you go through three doors, then have to choose a fourth door that leads to a secret room. The secret? The key door is [[spoiler:whichever door the second door was.]]

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** The Gameboy Color port of ''Scooby-Doo: Classic Creep Capers'' ''VideoGame/ScoobyDooClassicCreepCapers'' also uses this gimmick as a puzzle; you go through three doors, then have to choose a fourth door that leads to a secret room. The secret? The key door is [[spoiler:whichever door the second door was.]]
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