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26th Jul '16 5:08:37 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* {{ZigZagged}} in ''Series/GameOfThrones''. In [[Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire the books]], Tyrion loses much of his nose in battle, turning his already-misshapen face into a twisted lump of scar tissue. In the series, he receives an understated scar that Margaery Tyrell says may actually make him ''better''-looking. Partially this is to save the time and expense of putting Peter Dinklage behind an elaborate facial prosthesis, but mostly it's because, if you hire ''Peter freaking Dinklage'', the last thing you do is hide that gorgeous mug from the camera.

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* {{ZigZagged}} in ''Series/GameOfThrones''. In [[Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire the books]], Tyrion loses much of his nose in battle, turning his already-misshapen face into a twisted lump of scar tissue. In the series, he receives an understated scar that Margaery Tyrell says may actually make him ''better''-looking. Partially this is to save the time and expense of putting Peter Dinklage Creator/PeterDinklage behind an elaborate facial prosthesis, but mostly it's because, if you hire ''Peter freaking Dinklage'', the last thing you do is hide that gorgeous mug from the camera.
20th Jun '16 9:44:19 PM Kartoonkid95
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** You know that opening multiplane camera shot on the day Pinocchio goes to school? The one that's barely on screen for a full minute? That entire shot, which used a specially constructed horizontal multiplane camera, cost $50,000 to shoot, as much as the budget of a single Disney short cartoon!
** The panning multiplane crane shot during the "Hi Diddley Dee" number, which lasts barely 33 seconds on screen, cost almost as much money (around $35,000).

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** You know that opening multiplane camera shot on the day morning Pinocchio goes to school? The one that's barely on screen for a full minute? That entire shot, which used a specially constructed horizontal multiplane camera, cost $50,000 to shoot, as much as the budget of a single Disney short cartoon!
** The panning multiplane crane shot during the "Hi Diddley Dee" "Hi- Diddle-Dee-Dee" number, which lasts barely 33 seconds on screen, cost almost as much money (around $35,000).
5th Jun '16 6:37:20 AM bombadil211
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* This trope, coupled with availability and scheduling conflicts, is why Rita and Runt stopped appearing after a while in ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}''. Not only was Bernadette Peters expensive, but they always had to put her singing.

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* This trope, coupled with availability and scheduling conflicts, is why Rita and Runt stopped appearing after a while in ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}''. Not only was Bernadette Peters expensive, but they always had each segment required an original song that needed to put her singing.be written, scored, and recorded, significantly adding pressure to the show's small budget.
13th May '16 11:16:50 PM TARINunit9
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* ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey'' had a $10.5 million budget, and $6.5 million of it went to special effectsó62%.

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* ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey'' had a $10.5 million budget, and $6.5 million of it went to special effectsó62%. The first ''thirty minutes'' of the film is showing off the trained monkeys and the space stations and the moon colonies.
5th Mar '16 8:21:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda sure got their money's worth from the "asteroid base" cave set built for their fourth episode, as it appears over and over again for a variety of caves, asteroid bases, underground command centers, and so forth.

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* Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'' sure got their money's worth from the "asteroid base" cave set built for their fourth episode, as it appears over and over again for a variety of caves, asteroid bases, underground command centers, and so forth.



* ''TheYoungIndianaJonesChronicles'' took pride in filming each episode on location, all over the world (partly, they did have headquarters in London, Spain, Prague, Morocco and South Africa, but did fly the actors around and filming a lot more than mere establishing shots.) Cue lots and lots of SceneryPorn.
* The producers of ''{{Space 1999}}'' spent a tonne of cash on the show's modelwork and sets, and made sure that they got their money's worth; shots of the show's Eagles taking off and crashing and blowing up were used over and over again, and alien spaceship popped up in several different guises in different episodes. BrianBlessed even guest starred as two completely different characters in two episodes a season apart.

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* ''TheYoungIndianaJonesChronicles'' ''Series/TheYoungIndianaJonesChronicles'' took pride in filming each episode on location, all over the world (partly, they did have headquarters in London, Spain, Prague, Morocco and South Africa, but did fly the actors around and filming a lot more than mere establishing shots.) Cue lots and lots of SceneryPorn.
* The producers of ''{{Space ''Series/{{Space 1999}}'' spent a tonne of cash on the show's modelwork and sets, and made sure that they got their money's worth; shots of the show's Eagles taking off and crashing and blowing up were used over and over again, and alien spaceship popped up in several different guises in different episodes. BrianBlessed even guest starred as two completely different characters in two episodes a season apart.
1st Mar '16 6:09:39 AM Willbyr
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16th Feb '16 3:17:50 AM Kazmahu
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* The first ''VideoGame/HyperdimensionNeptunia'' was made for absolute peanuts, and despite having the modest-but-consistent success to warrant two sequels, remakes for all three, and at least two spinoffs, it wasn't until ''VideoGame/MegadimensionNeptuniaVII'' that they got a budget that freed them from reusing [[UndergroundMonkey enemies]] and [[CutAndPasteEnvironments environments]]. And boy, does it show. AwesomeArt, VisualEffectsOfAwesome, and SceneryPorn are on constant display.
5th Feb '16 2:57:50 PM eroock
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* ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}'': They made the most expensive film made up to that point, and damned if you don't see every penny of it.
* ''Film/{{Avatar}}'' surely qualifies too.

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* %%* ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}'': They made the most expensive film made up to that point, and damned if you don't see every penny of it.
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''Film/{{Avatar}}'' surely qualifies too.too. - ZCE
5th Feb '16 7:50:36 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'':
** You know that opening multiplane camera shot on the day Pinocchio goes to school? The one that's barely on screen for a full minute? That entire shot, which used a specially constructed horizontal multiplane camera, cost $50,000 to shoot, as much as the budget of a single Disney short cartoon!
** The panning multiplane crane shot during the "Hi Diddley Dee" number, which lasts barely 33 seconds on screen, cost almost as much money (around $35,000).

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* ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'':
** You know that opening multiplane camera shot on the day Pinocchio goes to school? The one that's barely on screen for a full minute? That entire shot, which used a specially constructed horizontal multiplane camera, cost $50,000 to shoot, as much as the budget of a single Disney short cartoon!
** The panning multiplane crane shot during the "Hi Diddley Dee" number, which lasts barely 33 seconds on screen, cost almost as much money (around $35,000).

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5th Feb '16 7:48:32 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey'' had a $10.5 million budget, and $6.5 million of it went to special effects—62%.

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* ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey'' had a $10.5 million budget, and $6.5 million of it went to special effects—62%.effectsó62%.



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* Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda sure got their money's worth from the "asteroid base" cave set built for their fourth episode, as it appears over and over again for a variety of caves, asteroid bases, underground command centers, and so forth.

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* Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda sure got their money's worth from the "asteroid base" cave set built for their fourth episode, as it appears over and over again for a variety of caves, asteroid bases, underground command centers, and so forth.



* {{ZigZagged}} in ''Series/GameOfThrones''. In [[Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire the books]], Tyrion loses much of his nose in battle, turning his already-misshapen face into a twisted lump of scar tissue. In the series, he receives an understated scar that Margaery Tyrell says may actually make him ''better''-looking. Partially this is to save the time and expense of putting Peter Dinklage behind an elaborate facial prosthesis, but mostly it's because, if you hire ''Peter freaking Dinklage'', the last thing you do is hide that gorgeous mug from the camera.

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* * {{ZigZagged}} in ''Series/GameOfThrones''. In [[Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire the books]], Tyrion loses much of his nose in battle, turning his already-misshapen face into a twisted lump of scar tissue. In the series, he receives an understated scar that Margaery Tyrell says may actually make him ''better''-looking. Partially this is to save the time and expense of putting Peter Dinklage behind an elaborate facial prosthesis, but mostly it's because, if you hire ''Peter freaking Dinklage'', the last thing you do is hide that gorgeous mug from the camera.



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