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19th Jan '18 11:13:19 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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-->'''Kryten''': I can't tell you how feeble and improbable those creatures were, sir. I've seen more convincing dinosaurs given away free with a packet of Wheaty Flakes.

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-->'''Kryten''': --->'''Kryten:''' I can't tell you how feeble and improbable those creatures were, sir. I've seen more convincing dinosaurs given away free with a packet of Wheaty Flakes.



-->'''Editor:''' Seamless, huh?\\

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-->'''Editor:''' --->'''Editor:''' Seamless, huh?\\



10th Dec '17 5:23:13 AM ClintEastwood
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*** Related: Zack in Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers grew back a missing finger when he morphed.
*** Daggeron from Mystic Force seemed to lose about 40 pounds when he morphed.
** And in similar vein, the characters that weren't adapted to Power Ranger had appeared in it. Eg. [[Series/GekisouSentaiCarranger Zonnette]] was seen piloting ''[[Series/PowerRangersTurbo Divazord]]'', [[Series/DenjiSentaiMegaranger Shibolena]] was clearly seen when [[Series/PowerRangersInSpace Red Ecliptor]] was destroyed and some reported that [[Series/SeijuuSentaiGingaman Shelinda]] was briefly seen on [[Series/PowerRangersLostGalaxy Mutiny's ship]].

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*** Related: Zack in Mighty ''Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers Rangers'' grew back a missing finger when he morphed.
*** Daggeron from from'' Mystic Force Force'' seemed to lose about 40 pounds when he morphed.
** And in similar vein, the characters that weren't adapted to Power Ranger ''Power Rangers'' had appeared in it. Eg. [[Series/GekisouSentaiCarranger Zonnette]] was seen piloting ''[[Series/PowerRangersTurbo Divazord]]'', [[Series/DenjiSentaiMegaranger Shibolena]] was clearly seen when [[Series/PowerRangersInSpace Red Ecliptor]] was destroyed and some reported that [[Series/SeijuuSentaiGingaman Shelinda]] was briefly seen on [[Series/PowerRangersLostGalaxy Mutiny's ship]].



* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' uses the same shuttlecraft footage every time. This is most egregious in "Let This Be Your Last Battlefield", when the shuttlecraft stolen from a Starbase bears the ID number "1701/7". That is, rather than coming from a Starbase, it is a shuttlecraft of NCC 1701, the Enterprise itself! Either that, or 'every' Federation shuttlecraft is the Galileo.

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* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' uses the same shuttlecraft footage every time. This is most egregious in "Let This "[[{{Recap/StarTrekS3E15LetThatBeYourLastBattlefield}} Let That Be Your Last Battlefield", Battlefield]]", when the shuttlecraft stolen from a Starbase bears the ID number "1701/7". That is, rather than coming from a Starbase, it is a shuttlecraft of NCC 1701, the Enterprise itself! Either that, or 'every' Federation shuttlecraft is the Galileo.



* ''Series/{{Serenity}}'' is classified as a 03-K64-Firefly in the first aired episode ("The Train Job"), but some shots in the original pilot episode ("Serenity") of the ship in the black are of the newer 03-[=KC11=]-Firefly. It is not known how Creator/JossWhedon obtained those shots.

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* ''Series/{{Serenity}}'' is classified as a 03-K64-Firefly in the first aired episode ("The ("[[Recap/FireflyE02TheTrainJob The Train Job"), Job]]"), but some shots in the original pilot episode ("Serenity") ("[[Recap/FireflyE01Serenity Serenity]]") of the ship in the black are of the newer 03-[=KC11=]-Firefly. It is not known how Creator/JossWhedon obtained those shots.



* Parodied in ''TheSimpsons'': In an attempt to save the production of the Radioactive Man movie, an editor provides a clip where Radioactive Man and Fallout Boy are stuck in a cave with ''RoadWarrior'' types. Shots of Fallout Boy in a grassy field and on a couch were inserted into the scene, then they end up fighting aliens.

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* Parodied in ''TheSimpsons'': ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS7E2RadioactiveMan Radioactive Man]]":
In an attempt to save the production of the Radioactive Man movie, an editor provides a clip where Radioactive Man and Fallout Boy are stuck in a cave with ''RoadWarrior'' ''Film/TheRoadWarrior'' types. Shots of Fallout Boy in a grassy field and on a couch were inserted into the scene, then they end up fighting aliens.



** In the episode where Homer plays Every Man, the movie's producers were forced to reuse some clips from earlier in the movie in the final fight. Problem was, in half of them Homer was fit and muscular, and in the other half he was his normal overweight self. This lead to a scene where he was jumping off a beam to attack a villain where he was fit one moment, fat the next, and at one point, while he was eating a sandwich. Lenny walks out of the theatre saying that the inconsistencies took him out of the moment and ruined the experience.

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** In the episode where "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS21E1HomerTheWhopper Homer plays Every Man, the Whopper]]", the movie's producers were forced to reuse some clips from earlier in the movie in the final fight. Problem was, in half of them Homer was fit and muscular, and in the other half he was his normal overweight self. This lead to a scene where he was jumping off a beam to attack a villain where he was fit one moment, fat the next, and at one point, while he was eating a sandwich. Lenny walks out of the theatre saying that the inconsistencies took him out of the moment and ruined the experience.
8th Dec '17 4:13:12 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/TheTimeTunnel'' episode "One Way to the Moon" mixed shots of a real Atlas rocket with scenes lifted from ''DestinationMoon''. It didn't even fool a seven-year-old in 1966.

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* ''Series/TheTimeTunnel'' episode "One Way to the Moon" mixed shots of a real Atlas rocket with scenes lifted from ''DestinationMoon''.''Film/DestinationMoon''. It didn't even fool a seven-year-old in 1966.
29th Sep '17 5:31:20 PM KandC
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** ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'' has a sequence where Sailor Moon shouts out one attack but the footage uses another.
29th Sep '17 5:19:37 PM comicwriter
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* Because a lot of the flight scenes on ''Series/GreatestAmericanHero'' reused shots from older episodes, Ralph's hair length would sometimes inexplicably change when he started flying.

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* Because a lot of the flight scenes on ''Series/GreatestAmericanHero'' ''Series/TheGreatestAmericanHero'' reused shots from older episodes, Ralph's hair length would sometimes inexplicably change when he started flying.
29th Sep '17 5:19:21 PM comicwriter
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* Because a lot of the flight scenes on ''Series/GreatestAmericanHero'' reused shots from older episodes, Ralph's hair length would sometimes inexplicably change when he started flying.
12th Aug '17 11:53:28 AM Chepicus
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* ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats'' had this in chapter 62. Lion-O, Wilykat and Wilykit infiltrate Castle Plun-Darr, then they're ambushed by the Mutants, but the heroes fight back and Lion-O jumps, evading all of Slithe's beam shots and lands just in front of him and then you see it: Lion-O funnily smirking, with a background of a grassy field surrounded by a forest, on daylight.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats'' had this in chapter 62. One night, Lion-O, Wilykat and Wilykit infiltrate Castle Plun-Darr, then they're ambushed by the Mutants, but the heroes fight back and Lion-O jumps, evading all of Slithe's beam shots and lands just in front of him and then you see it: Lion-O funnily smirking, with a background of a grassy field surrounded by a forest, on daylight.daylight. Then, they're back inside the castle. Watch it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nR4BE8JGt0c here]], at 4:19.
12th Aug '17 11:44:39 AM Chepicus
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* ''WesternAnimation/Thundercats'' had this in chapter 62. Lion-O, Wilykat and Wilykit infiltrate Castle Plun-Darr, then they're ambushed by the Mutants, but the heroes fight back and Lion-O jumps, evading all of Slithe's beam shots and lands just in front of him and then you see it: Lion-O funnily smirking, with a background of a grassy field surrounded by a forest, on daylight.

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* ''WesternAnimation/Thundercats'' ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats'' had this in chapter 62. Lion-O, Wilykat and Wilykit infiltrate Castle Plun-Darr, then they're ambushed by the Mutants, but the heroes fight back and Lion-O jumps, evading all of Slithe's beam shots and lands just in front of him and then you see it: Lion-O funnily smirking, with a background of a grassy field surrounded by a forest, on daylight.
12th Aug '17 11:43:50 AM Chepicus
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* ''WesternAnimation/Thundercats'' had this in chapter 62. Lion-O, Wilykat and Wilykit infiltrate Castle Plun-Darr, then they're ambushed by the Mutants, but the heroes fight back and Lion-O jumps, evading all of Slithe's beam shots and lands just in front of him and then you see it: Lion-O funnily smirking, with a background of a grassy field surrounded by a forest, on daylight.
10th Aug '17 4:47:29 PM rjd1922
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* ''Film/InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen'' uses footage from the 1960 film ''World War III Breaks Out'' in what is supposed to be a kid's movie.

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* ''Film/InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen'' uses footage from the 1960 nuclear war film ''World War III Breaks Out'' in what is supposed to be a kid's movie.
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