History Main / StockFootage

11th Nov '17 4:10:37 AM jormis29
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* ''Series/{{SWAT}}'' commonly used stock footage of the SWAT van responding to a call, among other things. In fact, a couple of episodes even reused the intro scenes from some other episodes.

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* ''Series/{{SWAT}}'' ''Series/SWAT1975'' commonly used stock footage of the SWAT van responding to a call, among other things. In fact, a couple of episodes even reused the intro scenes from some other episodes.
30th Oct '17 3:28:29 PM themisterfree
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* ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'' is made entirely of Stock Footage from ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhost & Dino Boy''. The most obvious examples are when Space Ghost points at something, or when the Camera zooms in on his head. Also, the Characters hop around rather than walk, basically making them cardboard cutouts of the originals.
* ''WesternAnimation/Sealab2021'' (at least it's better than [[WesternAnimation/{{Sealab 2020}} the original]]) was also made with Stock Footage at first.
* Stock Footage is used in some of the Cold Openings of ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw''.
** And for one entire episode, "Turner Classic Birdman".

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* ''Anything'' made by Creator/AdultSwim in-house at Williams Street is bound to have this, to save on money (and frequently rights- they just tend to pull from Creator/HannaBarbera and other Time Warner/Turner properties as needed):
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''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'' is made entirely of Stock Footage from ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhost & Dino Boy''. The most obvious examples are when Space Ghost points at something, or when the Camera zooms in on his head. Also, the Characters hop around rather than walk, basically making them cardboard cutouts of the originals.
* ** ''WesternAnimation/Sealab2021'' (at least it's better than [[WesternAnimation/{{Sealab 2020}} the original]]) was also made with Stock Footage at first.
* ** Stock Footage is used in some of the Cold Openings of ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw''.
** *** And for one entire episode, "Turner Classic Birdman".Birdman".
** ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce'' uses footage from two separate episodes of ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'' (made thirty years apart) to represent Dr. Weird's asylum base, and footage from ''WesternAnimation/SwatKats'' (!) is used for the city skyline in every episode (along with a few other recycled bits here and there); then there's fire footage recorded by the animators on a camping trip whenever burning is represented on screen.



* ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce'' uses fire footage recorded by the animators on a camping trip whenever burning is represented on screen.
22nd Oct '17 5:49:24 AM SparkPlugTheTroper
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* A good chunk of original cartoons by Creator/DoconFilmsProductions (such as ''WesternAnimation/TheFruitties'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Scruff}}) are infamous for constantly recycling animation. One exception is ''WesternAnimation/TheFrogShow''; D'Ocon Films co-producing that cartoon with French company Ellipsanime may have something to do with it.

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* A good chunk of original cartoons by Creator/DoconFilmsProductions (such as ''WesternAnimation/TheFruitties'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Scruff}}) ''WesternAnimation/{{Scruff}}'', etc.) are infamous for constantly recycling animation. One exception is ''WesternAnimation/TheFrogShow''; D'Ocon Films co-producing that cartoon with French company Ellipsanime may have something to do with it.
21st Oct '17 2:19:16 PM PhantomDusclops92
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** Filmation were notorious in their heyday for using the same animation sequences regardless of what show they were making. One particular shot that was in almost everything they made in the mid-60s to mid-70s period was a charge directly at the camera by a main character immediately prior to a scene change. Superman, Superboy, Aquaman, Batman, Captain Kirk, Spock... they all did it (those are only the ones this troper can remember; there were more). Same movement, just different characters.

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** Filmation were notorious in their heyday for using the same animation sequences regardless of what show they were making. One particular shot that was in almost everything they made in the mid-60s to mid-70s period was a charge directly at the camera by a main character immediately prior to a scene change. Superman, Superboy, Aquaman, Batman, Captain Kirk, Spock... they all did it (those are only the ones this troper can remember; there were more).it. Same movement, just different characters.



* The Hot-Dog dance from Mickey Mouse clubhouse. With the exception of special episodes, it ''does not'' matter which guest characters were in the episode or which main characters aren't in the episode or even how far they are from the clubhouse. It ''always'' shows just the main characters suddenly entering the clubhouse and dancing.

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* The Hot-Dog dance from Mickey Mouse clubhouse.''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouseClubhouse''. With the exception of special episodes, it ''does not'' matter which guest characters were in the episode or which main characters aren't in the episode or even how far they are from the clubhouse. It ''always'' shows just the main characters suddenly entering the clubhouse and dancing.



* In the music video segments for ''WesternAnimation/BeavisandButtHead'' would often reuse the same footage from different episodes, such as shots of them snickering, head banging, dancing, throwing stuff at the TV, fighting,etc.

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* In the music video segments for ''WesternAnimation/BeavisandButtHead'' ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHead'' would often reuse the same footage from different episodes, such as shots of them snickering, head banging, dancing, throwing stuff at the TV, fighting,etc.
11th Oct '17 12:29:22 PM SeptimusHeap
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* PlayedForLaughs in GirlChanInParadise, which has a few moments of recycled footage (like Yusuke falling down a flight of stairs and his [[LeeroyJenkins "I'll attack them head on!"]] pose,) but the most obvious are Kotomaru being seen almost all the time in the exact same "arms crossed, eyes closed, looking slightly irritated" pose (with occasionally an arm holding a gun sticking out) and Kenstar having the same vaguely determined frowny face copy-pasted onto his body in 90% of his appearances.

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* PlayedForLaughs in GirlChanInParadise, WebAnimation/GirlChanInParadise, which has a few moments of recycled footage (like Yusuke falling down a flight of stairs and his [[LeeroyJenkins "I'll attack them head on!"]] pose,) but the most obvious are Kotomaru being seen almost all the time in the exact same "arms crossed, eyes closed, looking slightly irritated" pose (with occasionally an arm holding a gun sticking out) and Kenstar having the same vaguely determined frowny face copy-pasted onto his body in 90% of his appearances.
8th Oct '17 6:46:33 AM BlaringCoder01
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** ''NoEscapeNoReturn'' reused a car crash from ''LivingtoDie''.

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** ''NoEscapeNoReturn'' ''No Escape, No Return'' reused a car crash from ''LivingtoDie''.''Living to Die''.
8th Oct '17 6:43:23 AM BlaringCoder01
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** ''NoEscapeNoReturn'' reused a car crash from ''LivingtoDie''.
8th Oct '17 6:37:46 AM BlaringCoder01
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* Happens with ''Anime/SonicX'' when the X-Tornado takes off. As well with a few flybys.

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* Happens with ''Anime/SonicX'' when the X-Tornado takes off. As off, as well with a few flybys.flyby shots reused in multiple episodes.



* ''Series/LAHeat'': Almost every episode uses the car chase footages from various PM Entertainment movies.

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* ''Series/LAHeat'': Almost every episode uses the car chase footages action sequences from various PM Entertainment movies.movies, as well as rescoring the original chases, as is the badly-scored ChaseScene of ''The Big Fall''.
8th Oct '17 6:31:36 AM BlaringCoder01
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** The sequences of a car crashing against another car from the movies ''Film/Recoil(1998)'' and ''Film/ExecutiveTarget'' were used in Land of the Free.

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** The sequences of a car crashing against another car from the movies ''Film/Recoil(1998)'' ''Recoil (1998)'' and ''Film/ExecutiveTarget'' were used in Land of the Free.



** ''Recoil(1998)'' reused a shot of policemen shooting with pistols from ''ExecutiveTarget'', only it was filmed in a different building.

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** ''Recoil(1998)'' ''Recoil (1998)'' reused a shot of policemen shooting with pistols from ''ExecutiveTarget'', only it was filmed in a different building.
8th Oct '17 6:29:51 AM BlaringCoder01
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** The sequences of a car crashing against another car from the movies ''Film/Recoil1998'' and ''Film/ExecutiveTarget'' were used in Land of the Free.

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** The sequences of a car crashing against another car from the movies ''Film/Recoil1998'' ''Film/Recoil(1998)'' and ''Film/ExecutiveTarget'' were used in Land of the Free. Free.
** A person getting thrown off a window shot from ''Rage (1995)'' was reused in ''Skyscraper'' and ''ExecutiveTarget'' respectively.
** ''QuietFire'' reused footage of a exploding car from ''Chance'', except that someone blows it up with a rocket launcher.
** ''Recoil(1998)'' reused a shot of policemen shooting with pistols from ''ExecutiveTarget'', only it was filmed in a different building.
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