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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.
10th Aug '17 4:44:10 PM rjd1922
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* ''Film/InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen'' uses footage from ''World War II bombings''. Umm. Err. Ghhh.

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* ''Film/InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen'' uses footage from the 1960 film ''World War II bombings''. Umm. Err. Ghhh.III Breaks Out'' in what is supposed to be a kid's movie.
6th Aug '17 8:39:39 AM Scsigs
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** ''Super Megaforce'' managed to turn this into an art form. On top of not explaining why female yellows from the original Saban era have skirts now, since those characters were female, the producers never cared about replacing (at least ''most'' the time) stock footage of unadapted ''Sentai'' teams present in the ''Gokaiger'' stock footage. However, they seem to do it especially selectively, as it appears they wanted to remove pre-mid 80s teams due to the difference in suit materials shifting more to spandex after the first several years. In episode 13, this came as a double whammy, when before a commercial break, we see four of the suits from ''Changeman'', then after the commercial break, Troy's inexplicably the red ranger from ''Maskman'', since they excluded the footage of Marvelous changing to t from the original ''Gokaiger'' episode. Then in episode 19, the production team did the unthinkable and had the costume department make ''new'' suits of Change Griffon, Green Flash, Blue Mask, and Five Yellow (you can tell because they're made of the exact same material PR's been using for the American suits for years). This particularly egregious because those teams were from unadapted, pre-Zyuranger, Sentai teams & seasons, which was going to be an effect of the stock footage anyways, but also because they actually went out of their way to film ''new shots'' of these suits just because they didn't want Vul Eagle in the shots rather than MMPR red, or didn't wanna do the green screen effects required for it. This is a new form of lazy for the entire franchise, as doing this is specifically spending money to film new shots to be lazy and not film more than that, or replace the rest of the scene with ''different'' choices of teams, since they were filming new shots anyways.

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** ''Super Megaforce'' managed to turn this into an art form. On top of not explaining why female yellows from the original Saban era have skirts now, since those characters were female, the producers never cared about replacing (at least ''most'' the time) stock footage of unadapted ''Sentai'' teams present in the ''Gokaiger'' stock footage. However, they seem to do it especially selectively, as it appears they wanted to remove pre-mid 80s teams due to the difference in suit materials shifting more to spandex after the first several years. In episode 13, this came as a double whammy, when before a commercial break, we see four of the suits from ''Changeman'', then after the commercial break, Troy's inexplicably the red ranger from ''Maskman'', since they excluded the footage of Marvelous changing to t it from the original ''Gokaiger'' episode. Then in episode 19, the production team did the unthinkable and had the costume department make ''new'' suits of Change Griffon, Green Flash, Blue Mask, and Five Yellow (you can tell because they're made of the exact same material PR's been using for the American suits for years). This particularly egregious because those teams were from unadapted, pre-Zyuranger, Sentai teams & seasons, which was going to be an effect of the stock footage anyways, but also because they actually went out of their way to film ''new shots'' of these suits just because they didn't want Vul Eagle in the shots rather than MMPR red, or didn't wanna do the green screen effects required for it. This is a new form of lazy for the entire franchise, as doing this is specifically spending money to film new shots to be lazy and not film more than that, or replace the rest of the scene with ''different'' choices of teams, since they were filming new shots anyways.
6th Aug '17 12:52:23 AM Scsigs
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** ''Super Megaforce'' managed to turn this into an art form. On top of not explaining why female yellows from the original Saban era have skirts now, since those characters were female, the producers never cared about replacing (at least ''most'' the time) stock footage of unadapted ''Sentai'' teams present in the ''Gokaiger'' stock footage. However, they seem to do it especially selectively, as it appears they wanted to remove pre-mid 80s teams due to the difference in suit materials shifting more to spandex after the first several years. In episode 13, this came as a double whammy, when before a commercial break, we see four of the suits from ''Changeman'', then after the commercial break, Troy's inexplicably the red ranger from ''Maskman'', since they excluded the footage of Marvelous changing to t from the original ''Gokaiger'' episode. Then in episode 19, the production team did the unthinkable and had the costume department make ''new'' suits of Change Griffon, Green Flash, Blue Mask, and Five Yellow (you can tell because they're made of the exact same material PR's been using for the American suits for years). This particularly egregious because those teams were from unadapted, pre-Zyuranger, Sentai teams & seasons, which was going to be an effect of the stock footage anyways, but also because they actually went out of their way to film ''new shots'' of these suits just because they didn't want Vul Eagle in the shots rather than MMPR red, or didn't wanna do the green screen effects required for it. This is a new form of lazy for the entire franchise, as doing this is specifically spending money to film new shots to be lazy and not film more than that, or replace the rest of the scene with ''different'' choices of teams, since they were filming new shots anyways.
29th Jul '17 7:09:55 AM nightkiller
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* The series ''Creator/ArthurCClarke'''s Mysterious World misused film of a Gemini/Titan space launch in a story on an unmanned Mariner mission to Mars.
22nd Apr '17 5:51:00 PM nombretomado
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* The "hero up!" sequence of ''TheSuperHeroSquadShow'' uses Green Hulk even when Hulk is in Grey Hulk mode.

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* The "hero up!" sequence of ''TheSuperHeroSquadShow'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperHeroSquadShow'' uses Green Hulk even when Hulk is in Grey Hulk mode.
26th Mar '17 7:20:03 PM DoritoPenguin
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*** An audio example occurs in one episode's ThemeMusicPowerUp: When the Rangers defeat the MonsterOfTheWeek, the wrong theme song is used, as [[Series/PowerRangersSamurai "Rangers together, Samurai forever"]] can be heard in the lyrics.
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