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23rd Aug '16 9:53:30 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''Anime/HaloLegends'': "The Babysitter" uses this trope.

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* ''Anime/HaloLegends'': "The Babysitter" ''The Babysitter'' uses this trope.trope for an enraged Brute Chieftain.
16th Jun '16 6:39:28 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''Anime/HaloLegends'': The Babysitter uses this trope.

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* ''Anime/HaloLegends'': The Babysitter "The Babysitter" uses this trope.
23rd Mar '16 12:22:23 PM StFan
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* Too many ''Series/DoctorWho'' episodes to count. Most famously, it was used for [[Recap/DoctorWhoS1E2TheDaleks the first shot of a Dalek ever shown]]! In the old days, this trick was often used to postpone the reveal of the monster's face until the {{Cliffhanger}} while still allowing the monster's involvement in the plot - see "The Silurians" and "Robot" for just a couple of examples of stories shot that way. It remains in common use in the revival series, including first revealing the Dalek to us in this manner in "Dalek", as a direct ShoutOut to their previous debut - similarly, "Asylum of the Daleks" has an HomageShot to the POV Cam scene in "The Daleks" in the final part of the episode when [[spoiler: Oswin]] attacks the Doctor. "The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances", "Tooth and Claw", and "The Lazarus Experiment" are just a handful of other revival stories that use it.
** ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' likes to do it too.

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* Too many ''Series/DoctorWho'' episodes to count. Most famously, it was used for [[Recap/DoctorWhoS1E2TheDaleks the first shot of a Dalek ever shown]]! In the old days, this trick was often used to postpone the reveal of the monster's face until the {{Cliffhanger}} while still allowing the monster's involvement in the plot - -- see "The Silurians" and "Robot" for just a couple of examples of stories shot that way. It remains in common use in the revival series, including first revealing the Dalek to us in this manner in "Dalek", as a direct ShoutOut to their previous debut - -- similarly, "Asylum of the Daleks" has an HomageShot to the POV P.O.V. Cam scene in "The Daleks" in the final part of the episode when [[spoiler: Oswin]] [[spoiler:Oswin]] attacks the Doctor. "The Empty Child/The Child"/"The Doctor Dances", "Tooth and Claw", and "The Lazarus Experiment" are just a handful of other revival stories that use it.
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it. ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' likes to do it too.




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* This is the key to finding an invisible boss monster in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaPhantomHourglass''; the top screen shows the boss's point of view.

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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'':
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This is the key to finding an invisible boss monster in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaPhantomHourglass''; the top screen shows the boss's point of view.




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* ''Anime/HaloLegends'' - The Babysitter uses this trope.

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17th Jan '16 2:46:07 PM drbreakfast
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* During the climactic shootout of ''Film/TrueGrit1969'', there's a brief shot from Rooster's POV while he's charging towards his enemies on horseback. The results are so shaky and nauseating it would appear they ''actually'' strapped a camera to a horse and started filming at full gallop.

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* During the climactic shootout of ''Film/TrueGrit1969'', ''Film/TrueGrit'', there's a brief shot from Rooster's POV while he's charging towards his enemies on horseback. The results are so shaky and nauseating it would appear they ''actually'' strapped a camera to a horse and started filming at full gallop.
17th Jan '16 2:45:16 PM drbreakfast
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* During the climactic shootout of ''Film/TrueGrit1969'', there's a brief shot from Rooster's POV while he's charging towards his enemies on horseback. The results are so shaky and nauseating it would appear they ''actually'' strapped a camera to a horse and started filming at full gallop.
11th Oct '15 4:23:33 PM nombretomado
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* PlayedForLaughs in an episode of ''PhineasAndFerb'' where the boys are shooting a movie starring Candace. Phineas explains that they need a RaimiVision shot so he had taped a camera to a starving monkey, he then hands Candace a banana and the monkey chases her as the audience watches in RaimiVision. In the next scene Candace looks beat-up and Phineas says that in order to shoot the scene again safely, he taped the camera to a starving Ferb instead, then hands Candace a sandwich. Cue the ''exact'' same RaimiVision scene as a shrieking Ferb chases Candace.

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* PlayedForLaughs in an episode of ''PhineasAndFerb'' ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' where the boys are shooting a movie starring Candace. Phineas explains that they need a RaimiVision shot so he had taped a camera to a starving monkey, he then hands Candace a banana and the monkey chases her as the audience watches in RaimiVision. In the next scene Candace looks beat-up and Phineas says that in order to shoot the scene again safely, he taped the camera to a starving Ferb instead, then hands Candace a sandwich. Cue the ''exact'' same RaimiVision scene as a shrieking Ferb chases Candace.
7th Jul '15 7:26:13 PM nombretomado
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* Used for the smoke monster on ''{{Lost}}'' as it approaches Eko in "[[https://youtu.be/r-Y64_GWpHw?t=1m57s The 23rd Psalm]]." It appears again for a POV of the Monster crossing the Island in "The Substitute".

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* Used for the smoke monster on ''{{Lost}}'' ''Series/{{Lost}}'' as it approaches Eko in "[[https://youtu.be/r-Y64_GWpHw?t=1m57s The 23rd Psalm]]." It appears again for a POV of the Monster crossing the Island in "The Substitute".
20th Jun '15 2:43:03 PM eroock
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->"Of '''course'''! The monster in ''Film/{{The Evil Dead|1981}}'' is really Creator/SamRaimi's cameraman!"
15th Jun '15 8:57:00 PM DragonQuestZ
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A SubTrope of SecondPersonAttack.
24th May '15 4:06:00 AM eroock
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* Used for the smoke monster on ''{{Lost}}'' as it approaches Eko in "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-Y64_GWpHw The 23rd Psalm]]." (Starts at about the 2-minute mark.) It appears again for a POV of the Monster crossing the Island in "The Substitute".

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* Used for the smoke monster on ''{{Lost}}'' as it approaches Eko in "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-Y64_GWpHw "[[https://youtu.be/r-Y64_GWpHw?t=1m57s The 23rd Psalm]]." (Starts at about the 2-minute mark.) It appears again for a POV of the Monster crossing the Island in "The Substitute".
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