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* Music/TheBangles' "Manic Monday", written by Music/{{Prince}}, has a verse melody nearly identical to "1999".
13th Apr '17 2:32:35 PM Ezclee4050
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** A [[Music/AbbeyRoad couple albums later]], the chorus melody of "Maxwell's Silver Hammer" sounds a lot like the horn riff on the song "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" between the first verse and chorus.
12th Apr '17 2:39:32 PM Ezclee4050
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* Bachman Turner Overdrive's 1975 single "Hey You" blatantly recycles the arrangement and much of the tune from their 1974 single "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet".

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* Bachman Turner Overdrive's 1975 single "Hey You" blatantly recycles the arrangement and much of the tune from their 1974 single "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet". Randy Bachman's later band Ironhorse had a hit with "Sweet Lui-Louise", which also was a rewrite of "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet", including the use of stuttering in the lead vocal.


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* Music/JohnBarry re-used the main chord progression from his theme song for ''Film/YouOnlyLiveTwice'' in the ''Film/MidnightCowboy'' theme song.
8th Apr '17 9:41:23 PM nombretomado
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* Like ''RockBand'' above, the ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty'' series was created by former ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonor'' developers. In turn, the later ''[=MoH=]'' games have gameplay rather similar to ''[=CoD=]''. And now the series is dueling with ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare''.

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* Like ''RockBand'' ''VideoGame/RockBand'' above, the ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty'' series was created by former ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonor'' developers. In turn, the later ''[=MoH=]'' games have gameplay rather similar to ''[=CoD=]''. And now the series is dueling with ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare''.
8th Apr '17 9:33:02 AM nombretomado
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* Between the SNES ''Super PunchOut'' and the Wii remake, Nintendo made a similar boxing game called ''VideoGame/{{Teleroboxer}}'' for the UsefulNotes/VirtualBoy.

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* Between the SNES ''Super PunchOut'' VideoGame/PunchOut'' and the Wii remake, Nintendo made a similar boxing game called ''VideoGame/{{Teleroboxer}}'' for the UsefulNotes/VirtualBoy.
21st Mar '17 8:29:14 PM wolftickets1969
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** "Be Our Guest" from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' is very similar to ''The Little Mermaid'''s "Les Poissons". Conversely, "Beyond My Wildest Dreams" and "One Step Closer" from the stage musical of ''The Little Mermaid'' resembles "Belle" and "Beauty and the Beast", respectively. Fittingly, the latter is a DanceOfRomance number like its B&B counterpart. In turn, "Evermore" from ''Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017'' sounds alot like "One Step Closer".

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** "Be Our Guest" from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' is very similar to ''The Little Mermaid'''s "Les Poissons". Conversely, "Beyond My Wildest Dreams" and "One Step Closer" from the stage musical of ''The Little Mermaid'' resembles resemble "Belle" and "Beauty and the Beast", respectively. Fittingly, the latter is a DanceOfRomance number like its B&B counterpart. In turn, "Evermore" from ''Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017'' sounds alot like strikingly similar to "One Step Closer".
21st Mar '17 8:27:32 PM wolftickets1969
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** "Be Our Guest" from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' is very similar to ''The Little Mermaid'''s "Les Poissons". Conversely, "Beyond My Wildest Dreams" and "One Step Closer" from the stage musical of ''The Little Mermaid'' resembles "Belle" and "Beauty and the Beast", respectively. Fittingly, the latter is a DanceOfRomance number like its B&B counterpart.

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** "Be Our Guest" from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' is very similar to ''The Little Mermaid'''s "Les Poissons". Conversely, "Beyond My Wildest Dreams" and "One Step Closer" from the stage musical of ''The Little Mermaid'' resembles "Belle" and "Beauty and the Beast", respectively. Fittingly, the latter is a DanceOfRomance number like its B&B counterpart. In turn, "Evermore" from ''Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017'' sounds alot like "One Step Closer".
1st Mar '17 5:07:38 PM Pinokio
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* In ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaDraculaX'' (SNES), the first stage background is taken from the town background in ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaIISimonsQuest''.
26th Feb '17 2:47:49 PM nombretomado
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* Harmonix created ''Karaoke Revolution'' for {{Konami}} and the first two ''VideoGame/GuitarHero'' games. After Creator/{{Activision}} purchased Red Octane, Harmonix were left with the rights to those games' source code, but not their brand names. Their next project was ''VideoGame/RockBand'', which used a tweaked version of ''VideoGame/GuitarHero''[='=]s gameplay for guitar, and a tweaked version of ''Karaoke Revolution''[='=]s for vocals.

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* Harmonix created ''Karaoke Revolution'' for {{Konami}} {{Creator/Konami}} and the first two ''VideoGame/GuitarHero'' games. After Creator/{{Activision}} purchased Red Octane, Harmonix were left with the rights to those games' source code, but not their brand names. Their next project was ''VideoGame/RockBand'', which used a tweaked version of ''VideoGame/GuitarHero''[='=]s gameplay for guitar, and a tweaked version of ''Karaoke Revolution''[='=]s for vocals.
23rd Feb '17 2:11:41 AM CL
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* Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's ''ComicBook/BatmanEndgame'' is basically a redo of ''ComicBook/DeathOfTheFamily'', right down to having [[spoiler: having the Joker as the main villain. Among the few differences are the Justice League replacing the Batfamily as the allies the Joker jokerizes and turns against Batman and instead of the League disbanding, the story ending with Batman presumed dead.]]

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* Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's ''ComicBook/BatmanEndgame'' is basically a redo of ''ComicBook/DeathOfTheFamily'', right down to having [[spoiler: having the [[spoiler:the Joker as the main villain. Among the few differences are the Justice League replacing the Batfamily as the allies that the Joker jokerizes and turns against Batman and instead of the League disbanding, the story ending ends with Batman presumed dead.]]



* Several Marvel characters introduced during the Silver Age have the same name and different origin from a Golden Age Timely Comics character, including The Vision and Black Widow, and Lo-Zar instead of Ka-Zar.

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* Several Marvel characters introduced during the Silver Age have the same name and different origin from a Golden Age Timely Comics character, including The the Vision and Black Widow, and Lo-Zar instead of Ka-Zar.



* In ''Disney/RobinHood'', Little John and Lady Kluck dance like Baloo and King Louie in ''Disney/TheJungleBook''. Robin and Marian dance like Duchess and Thomas in ''Disney/TheAristocats''. Marian dances with a pig, owl, rabbit and dog similar to a dance with Snow White and the Dwarfs in ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''. An elephant sounding off like a trumpet is stopped by Lady Kluck, like Colonel Hathi stopping a Jungle Patrol elephant in ''Disney/TheJungleBook''. Sir Hiss uses HypnoticEyes similar to Kaa in ''Disney/TheJungleBook''.

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* In ''Disney/RobinHood'', Little John and Lady Kluck dance like Baloo and King Louie in ''Disney/TheJungleBook''. Robin and Marian dance like Duchess and Thomas in ''Disney/TheAristocats''. Marian dances with a pig, an owl, a rabbit and a dog in a manner similar to a the dance with that Snow White and the Dwarfs do in ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''. An elephant sounding off like a trumpet is stopped by Lady Kluck, like Colonel Hathi stopping a Jungle Patrol elephant in ''Disney/TheJungleBook''. Sir Hiss uses HypnoticEyes similar to Kaa in ''Disney/TheJungleBook''.



* The CutSong "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nG_0HRYUqyM Proud of Your Boy]]" from ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' bears a resemblance to [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBa9QlzEWA4 "Part of Your World"]] from ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', which itself is a self-plagiarism of Ashman and [[Music/AlanMenken Menken's]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouLiQ7KhmYU Somewhere That's Green]] from ''Theatre/LittleShopOfHorrors''. Reportedly, when writing "Part of Your World" they jokingly called it "Somewhere That's Dry."
** "Be Our Guest" from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' is very similar to ''The Little Mermaid'''s "Les Poissons". Conversely, "Beyond My Wildest Dreams" and "One Step Closer" from the stage musical of ''The Little Mermaid'' resembles "Belle" and "Beauty and the Beast", respectively. Fittingly, the latter is a DanceOfRomance number like its B & B counterpart.

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* The CutSong "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nG_0HRYUqyM Proud of Your Boy]]" from ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' bears a resemblance to [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBa9QlzEWA4 "Part of Your World"]] from ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', which itself is a self-plagiarism of Ashman and [[Music/AlanMenken Menken's]] [[http://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouLiQ7KhmYU Somewhere That's Green]] Green]]" from ''Theatre/LittleShopOfHorrors''. Reportedly, when writing "Part of Your World" they jokingly called it "Somewhere That's Dry."
** "Be Our Guest" from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' is very similar to ''The Little Mermaid'''s "Les Poissons". Conversely, "Beyond My Wildest Dreams" and "One Step Closer" from the stage musical of ''The Little Mermaid'' resembles "Belle" and "Beauty and the Beast", respectively. Fittingly, the latter is a DanceOfRomance number like its B & B B&B counterpart.



*** Other web film critics like WebVideo/YourmoviesucksDOTorg and Screen Rant have point out that a lot of Pixar movies have the same formula with a basic premise: The protagonist gets separated from a love one alongside another character that he/she dislikes and they have to make an adventurous journey until they both learn to respect each other and rejoin with the love one and/or the rest of the cast.

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*** Other web film critics like WebVideo/YourmoviesucksDOTorg and Screen Rant have point out that a lot of Pixar movies have the same formula with a basic premise: The protagonist gets separated from a love loved one alongside another character that he/she dislikes and they have to make an adventurous journey until they both learn to respect each other and rejoin with the love loved one and/or the rest of the cast.



* Disney acquired the film rights to ''Literature/BedknobAndBroomstick'' to use as a backup in case they couldn't acquire the film rights to ''Literature/MaryPoppins''. After the film of ''Film/MaryPoppins'' proved to be a smash, they went ahead and made ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' anyway, leaving them with two films about British children under the care of a woman with magic powers. Some of the songs in ''Bedknobs'' were originally written for ''Poppins'' but were unused.

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* Disney acquired the film rights to ''Literature/BedknobAndBroomstick'' to use as a backup in case they couldn't acquire the film rights to ''Literature/MaryPoppins''. After the film adaptation of ''Film/MaryPoppins'' proved to be a smash, they went ahead and made ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' anyway, leaving them with two films about British children under the care of a woman with magic powers. Some of the songs in ''Bedknobs'' were originally written for ''Poppins'' but were unused.



* When Creator/NormMacDonald made ''Film/DirtyWork'', he used, almost verbatim, a monologue from his first year as a castmember on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', about prison rape.

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* When Creator/NormMacDonald made ''Film/DirtyWork'', he used, almost verbatim, a monologue from his first year as a castmember cast member on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', about prison rape.



* A speech that a war veteran gives in ''Film/{{Maniac Cop 2}}'' about being trapped for days under a pile of corpses is reused without any alterations whatsoever in the writer[=/=]director duo's later film ''Film/UncleSam''.



* ''Literature/FiftyShadesOfGrey'' started its life as a ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' fanfiction called ''Master of the Universe''. When edited for publication, it remained 89% identical to its former self.

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* ''Literature/FiftyShadesOfGrey'' started its life as a ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' fanfiction called ''Master of the Universe''. When edited for publication, it remained 89% identical to its former self.



* Creator/GregBear has reused some of the science-fiction concepts he invents in one book in completely unrelated books. For instance, ''Moving Mars'' and ''Anvil of Stars'' both use the concept of [[RealityWarper 'hacking real life']], while ''Darwin's Radio'' and ''Literature/BloodMusic'' both use communication and reasoning among microorganisms as major plot points.
** ''[[Literature/TheWaySeries Legacy]]'' and ''Moving Mars'' both contain ecosystems based on Lamarckian evolution, as minor plot points.

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* Creator/GregBear has reused some of the science-fiction concepts he invents in one book in completely unrelated books. For instance, ''Moving Mars'' and ''Anvil of Stars'' both use the concept of [[RealityWarper 'hacking real life']], while ''Darwin's Radio'' and ''Literature/BloodMusic'' both use communication and reasoning among microorganisms as major plot points.
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points. ''[[Literature/TheWaySeries Legacy]]'' and ''Moving Mars'' also both contain ecosystems based on Lamarckian evolution, as minor plot points.



* Creator/MichaelCrichton's ''Literature/{{Westworld}}'' depicts an amusement park built around unique atractions, robots. After the initial magnificient impression, chaos and death ensues when the robots outgrow their design and safeguards. Change two decades later robots for dinosaurs and you get the wildly successful ''Literature/JurassicPark''.

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* Creator/MichaelCrichton's ''Literature/{{Westworld}}'' depicts an amusement park built around unique atractions, attractions, robots. After the initial magnificient impression, chaos and death ensues when the robots outgrow their design and safeguards. Change Skip ahead two decades later and change robots for to dinosaurs and you get the wildly successful ''Literature/JurassicPark''.



* Creator/RaymondChandler built his first few novels out of plot elements "cannibalized" from his short stories; ''Literature/FarewellMyLovely'', for instance, has the detective protagonist a missing-person case and a stolen-necklace case, each of which was originally a separate short story, while a third story provided the novel's climax. It helped that many of his short stories starred basically the same loner-detective type, with the name changing depending on which magazine he sold the story to; for the novels, he changed the name again, to Literature/PhilipMarlowe, and a legend was born.

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* Creator/RaymondChandler built his first few novels out of plot elements "cannibalized" from his short stories; ''Literature/FarewellMyLovely'', for instance, has the detective protagonist dealing with a missing-person case and a stolen-necklace case, each of which was originally a separate short story, while a third story provided the novel's climax. It helped that many of his short stories starred basically the same loner-detective type, with the name changing depending on which magazine he sold the story to; for the novels, he changed the name again, to Literature/PhilipMarlowe, and a legend was born.



* Three interactive game shows debuted on the Family Channel in 1994; board game adaptation Boggle, list-ordering game Shuffle, and newspaper game adaptation Jumble. Each one played almost exactly the same way; use the telephone keypad to answer the questions, lowest scorer in each round is eliminated, last one standing wins a trip. The three shows all used the exact same music package and sound effects, and had the same host/announcer tandem (Wink Martindale & Randy West). They even shared the same set (though to be fair, each show DID have a few unique set pieces).

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* Three interactive game shows debuted on the Family Channel in 1994; board game adaptation Boggle, ''Boggle'', list-ordering game Shuffle, ''Shuffle'', and newspaper game adaptation Jumble.''Jumble''. Each one played almost exactly the same way; use the telephone keypad to answer the questions, lowest scorer in each round is eliminated, last one standing wins a trip. The three shows all used the exact same music package and sound effects, and had the same host/announcer tandem (Wink Martindale & Randy West). They even shared the same set (though to be fair, each show DID have a few unique set pieces).



** Their musical ''Kristina från Duvemåla'' features some music recycled from Andersson's solo albums. The most noticable is "Ljusa Kvällar Om Våren," which is based on the second segment of the titular suite from ''Klinga Mina Klockor''.

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** Their musical ''Kristina från Duvemåla'' features some music recycled from Andersson's solo albums. The most noticable noticeable is "Ljusa Kvällar Om Våren," which is based on the second segment of the titular suite from ''Klinga Mina Klockor''.



* The plots of Shakespeare's Theatre/{{Othello}} and Theatre/{{Cymbeline}} are nigh-identical until the climax. Both feature a forbidden love between a woman of high standing and an inadequate man, who is then convinced that his love is unfaithful by a wicked Italian, and decides to kill her as a result. Bonus points for the Italian antagonists being called Iago and Iachimo, the latter possibly meaning 'little Iago'.

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* The plots of Shakespeare's Theatre/{{Othello}} ''Theatre/{{Othello}}'' and Theatre/{{Cymbeline}} ''Theatre/{{Cymbeline}}'' are nigh-identical until the climax. Both feature a forbidden love between a woman of high standing and an inadequate man, who is then convinced that his love is unfaithful by a wicked Italian, and decides to kill her as a result. Bonus points for the Italian antagonists being called Iago and Iachimo, the latter possibly meaning 'little Iago'.



* ''VideoGame/{{Quake}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}''. Practically the only thing that distinguished [[VideoGame/QuakeI the first Quake]] from the latter series was that it had mouse-look and used true 3D instead of sprites.
** Also, ''VideoGame/{{Doom 3}}'', ''VideoGame/QuakeIV'', and ''VideoGame/{{Wolfenstein 2009}}'' all use the same engine.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Quake}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}''. Practically the only thing that distinguished [[VideoGame/QuakeI the first Quake]] first]] ''Quake'' from the latter series was that it had mouse-look and used true 3D instead of sprites.
** Also, ''VideoGame/{{Doom 3}}'', ''VideoGame/QuakeIV'', and ''VideoGame/{{Wolfenstein 2009}}'' the 2009 version of ''[[VideoGame/{{Wolfenstein 2009}} Wolfenstein]]'' all use the same engine.



* Some reviews accused ''VideoGame/FossilFighters'' of being an in-house ''{{Pokemon}}'' clone from Nintendo, since they're both {{Mons}} games--and the initial evil you fight is ''very'' similar to Team Rocket. However, aside from that, there's not a whole lot the two games share mechanics-wise, and even story-wise after about the halfway point.

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* Some reviews accused ''VideoGame/FossilFighters'' of being an in-house ''{{Pokemon}}'' clone from Nintendo, since they're both {{Mons}} games--and the initial evil you fight is ''very'' similar to Team Rocket. However, aside from that, there's not a whole lot that the two games share mechanics-wise, and even story-wise after about the halfway point.



* Data Design Interactive made a few games for the Wii; VideoGame/NinjabreadMan, Trixie in Toyland, Anubis II[[labelnote:*]]It's Anubis the Second. There is no game called Anubis I.[[/labelnote]], and Rock 'n' Roll Adventures. Sadly, if you play one, you've played them all; they're all just re-skins of the same lame game. All four games even share the same HUD display...and some of the same music as well! Some of the music is also used in their equally terrible Billy the Wizard.
* Those who played Tarsier Studio's DC Comics level pack for ''VideoGame/LittleBigPlanet 2'' were likely underwhelmed by the new characters intoduced in ''[=LittleBigPlanet=] 3'', [=OddSock=] and Swoop, because they reuse abilities introduced in said DLC. Specifically, [=OddSock=]'s wall jumping ability was already done with the Wall Jump Material and Tweaker, whilst Swoop's move of the same name was introduced via the Hero Cape. Swoop's flight is also note-for-note the same as the Jetpack gadget introduced in the original game!

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* Data Design Interactive made a few games for the Wii; VideoGame/NinjabreadMan, ''VideoGame/NinjabreadMan, Trixie in Toyland, Anubis II[[labelnote:*]]It's Anubis II''[[labelnote:*]]It's ''Anubis the Second. Second''. There is no game called Anubis I.''Anubis I''.[[/labelnote]], and Rock ''Rock 'n' Roll Adventures.Adventures''. Sadly, if you play one, you've played them all; they're all just re-skins of the same lame game. All four games even share the same HUD display... and some of the same music as well! Some of the music is also used in their equally terrible Billy ''Billy the Wizard.
Wizard''.
* Those who played Tarsier Studio's DC Comics level pack for ''VideoGame/LittleBigPlanet 2'' were likely underwhelmed by the new characters intoduced introduced in ''[=LittleBigPlanet=] 3'', [=OddSock=] and Swoop, because they reuse abilities introduced in said DLC. Specifically, [=OddSock=]'s wall jumping ability was already done with the Wall Jump Material and Tweaker, whilst Swoop's move of the same name was introduced via the Hero Cape. Swoop's flight is also note-for-note the same as the Jetpack gadget introduced in the original game!



* The history of Creator/HannaBarbera cartoon studio is ''rife'' with this. To put it in short: After ''ScoobyDoo'' was a huge hit, they made an ''enormous'' number of in-house copycats, each following the 'Team of teens plus one wacky animal(ish) sidekick solve mysteries/fight evil' mold. Examples include ''WesternAnimation/{{Jabberjaw}}'', ''WesternAnimation/SpeedBuggy'', ''WesternAnimation/TheFunkyPhantom'', ''WesternAnimation/CaptainCavemanAndTheTeenAngels''...
** Don't forget ''WesternAnimation/JosieAndThePussyCats'', and ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingChanAndTheChanClan''. This actually got so bad that Boomerang once had a block called "Those Meddling Kids", which showcased ''ScoobyDoo'' and its many, many rip-offs.
** And of course, WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs and WesternAnimation/TheSnorks. (And the Trollkins. And the Biskitts. And the Paw-Paw Bears. And the M-...one gets the picture.)
** Way earlier, in the footsteps of WesternAnimation/YogiBear and Boo-boo were quite a lot of tall/small animal duos.
** And the 'family in a period other than the present,' started with ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'', continued with ''WesternAnimation/TheJetsons'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheRomanHolidays''. Given that The Flintstones was essentially a ripoff of ''WesternAnimation/TheHoneymooners''...

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* The history of Creator/HannaBarbera cartoon studio is ''rife'' with this. To put it in short: After ''ScoobyDoo'' was a huge hit, they made an ''enormous'' number of in-house copycats, each following the 'Team of teens plus one wacky animal(ish) sidekick solve mysteries/fight evil' mold. Examples include ''WesternAnimation/{{Jabberjaw}}'', ''WesternAnimation/SpeedBuggy'', ''WesternAnimation/TheFunkyPhantom'', ''WesternAnimation/CaptainCavemanAndTheTeenAngels''...
** Don't forget
''WesternAnimation/CaptainCavemanAndTheTeenAngels'', ''WesternAnimation/JosieAndThePussyCats'', and ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingChanAndTheChanClan''. This actually got so bad that Boomerang once had a block called "Those Meddling Kids", which showcased ''ScoobyDoo'' and its many, many rip-offs.
** And of course, WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' and WesternAnimation/TheSnorks. ''WesternAnimation/TheSnorks''. (And the Trollkins. ''Trollkins''. And the Biskitts. ''Biskitts''. And the Paw-Paw Bears.''Paw-Paw Bears''. And the M-...one gets the picture.)
** Way earlier, in the footsteps of WesternAnimation/YogiBear and Boo-boo Boo-Boo there were quite a lot of tall/small animal duos.
** And the 'family in a period other than the present,' started with ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'', continued with ''WesternAnimation/TheJetsons'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheRomanHolidays''. Given that The Flintstones ''The Flintstones'' was essentially a ripoff of ''WesternAnimation/TheHoneymooners''...
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