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29th Jun '16 5:48:51 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ComicBook/LuckyLuke [[GenreSavvy expects]] to have to get out this way when he enters a building, so he always parks his horse under the window. The only time it ever inconvenienced him in any way was when he did it through the ''wrong'' window and, instead of a dramatic horseback escape, got a painful stomach landing.

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* ComicBook/LuckyLuke [[GenreSavvy expects]] expects to have to get out this way when he enters a building, so he always parks his horse under the window. The only time it ever inconvenienced him in any way was when he did it through the ''wrong'' window and, instead of a dramatic horseback escape, got a painful stomach landing.



** Elan's mentor in Dashing Swordsmanship evidently performed this [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0937.html to enter a dentist's office]]. Luckily for the dentist, [[GenreSavvy the window was left glass-free, reducing cleanup and replacement expenses]].

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** Elan's mentor in Dashing Swordsmanship evidently performed this [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0937.html to enter a dentist's office]]. Luckily for the dentist, [[GenreSavvy the window was left glass-free, reducing cleanup and replacement expenses]].expenses.



** Despite the Joker being GenreSavvy enough about the silliness, he does a super window jump (from a considerable height) of his own in ''[[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries Mask of the Phantasm]]''. But then again he IS GenreSavvy enough to be aware of his own JokerImmunity.

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** Despite the Joker being GenreSavvy knowing enough about the silliness, he does a super window jump (from a considerable height) of his own in ''[[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries Mask of the Phantasm]]''. But then again he IS GenreSavvy enough to be aware of his own JokerImmunity.
29th Jun '16 5:36:59 PM nombretomado
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* Injun Joe's running away from the Muff Potter's trial in ''TheAdventuresOfTomSawyer''.

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* Injun Joe's running away from the Muff Potter's trial in ''TheAdventuresOfTomSawyer''.''Literature/TheAdventuresOfTomSawyer''.
15th Jun '16 1:03:17 AM foxley
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* In ''The Sour Lemon Score'', Literature/{{Parker}} escapes from George Uhl's ambush by diving through the farmhouse window when Uhl shoots Bernie Weiss. The house is so dilapidated that he takes most of the most of the window frame with him.
30th May '16 5:34:15 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass Abel Nightroad]], from ''TrinityBlood'' does this twice, and even [[LampshadeHanging says something about it]]. "This is becoming something of a habit for me, it seems.

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* [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass Abel Nightroad]], from ''TrinityBlood'' ''LightNovel/TrinityBlood'' does this twice, and even [[LampshadeHanging says something about it]]. "This is becoming something of a habit for me, it seems.
22nd May '16 1:45:48 PM lavendermintrose
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* Suzaku does this through stained glass in episode 16 of ''Anime/CodeGeass'' - as per Lelouch's plan, of course, since Suzaku isn't that flashy.
* Sebastian and Grell in episode 17 of ''Manga/BlackButler'', through stained glass, to rescue Ciel.
* In the first episode of ''Anime/{{K}}''- before the opening, even - Misaki Yata does this into a gangster's hotel suite, on his skateboard, ''from the roof of the building across the street'', establishing early on his views on the idea of practicality vs. ''awesome''.
21st May '16 11:47:44 AM HeroGal2347
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* ''Series/TheATeam'' does this frequently. Usually by Murdock.

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* ''Series/TheATeam'' does this frequently. Usually by Murdock. One specific example occurs in "[[Recap/TheATeamS2E16SayItWithBullets Say It With Bullets]]", where, during the raid on one of the villains' hideout, Hannibal and B.A. jump through the window to go after the bad guys. As usual for television, shards of glass fly everywhere, [[SoftGlass but they're not hurt at all.]]
8th May '16 10:28:42 PM foxley
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* Gambit was fond of doing this when he was racing to the rescue in ''Series/TheNewAvengers''. He comes crashing through the window of a folly in "Dead Men are Dangerous", and a health farm in "the Deadly Angels".
1st May '16 4:25:24 AM erforce
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* John does this in the pilot of ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles''. Granted, he's trying to get away from a ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}''.

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* John does this in the pilot of ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles''. Granted, he's trying to get away from a ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}''.Terminator.
28th Apr '16 5:43:07 PM Monolaf317
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* In a manga chapter in ''Manga/{{Doraemon}}'', the titular character does this at the sight of [[EekAMouse a mouse.]]
* In an early episode of ''Manga/YondemasuYoAzazelSan'', a {{Gonk}} {{NEET}} does this in an attempt to escape Akutabe. It goes as well as you'd expect.
20th Apr '16 3:33:42 PM JackG
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* Taken UpToEleven in TheWestern movie ''The Long Riders''. An outlaw gang are trapped in a town's main street by a posse, so they escape by riding their horses through the windows of a store. Twice. [[InvulnerableHorses The horses of course, are undamaged.]]

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* Taken UpToEleven in TheWestern movie ''The Long Riders''. An outlaw gang are trapped in a town's main street by a posse, so they escape by riding their horses through the windows of a store. Twice.store (which for some unknown reason has a second large window facing the back, so they can get out of the store this way too). [[InvulnerableHorses The horses of course, are undamaged.]]
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