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7th Feb '17 10:40:46 AM thatother1dude
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Mentioned on the DeadUnicornTrope page because only a very small number of productions used it straight, after which everyone immediately realised it looked really, ''really'' creepy and fake; anyone using it after the Sixties or so is probably going for comedic effect, MindScrew or both.

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Mentioned on the DeadUnicornTrope page because only a very small number of productions used it straight, after which everyone immediately realised it looked really, ''really'' creepy and fake; anyone using it after the Sixties or so is probably going for comedic effect, MindScrew or both.
both. You can expect it to suddenly show up in other forms of animation as a MediumShiftGag.
4th Feb '17 5:43:29 PM Blazer
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* Done for creepy effect in ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged''. In the [=#CellGames=] short featuring [[VideoGame/StreetFighter Ryu and Ken]], Ryu mentions how the way fighters communicate is through their fists, Cell responds by saying that they should do so with their mouths, using this effect as he says it.
31st Jan '17 11:53:47 PM cartoonfan945
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* This was used in ''Music/TheWiggles'' song "The Banana Boat Song", where the boy has an adult mouth (Anthony stated that it's his son with is mouth plastered over). Unlike most examples, the edit is much smoother, though it can look dodgy at times.

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* This was used in ''Music/TheWiggles'' song Music/TheWiggles for "The Banana Boat Song", where the boy has an adult mouth (Anthony stated that it's his son with is mouth plastered over). Unlike most examples, the edit is much smoother, though it can look dodgy at times.
31st Jan '17 11:53:02 PM cartoonfan945
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* This was used in ''Music/TheWiggles'' song "The Banana Boat Song", where the boy has an adult mouth (Anthony stated that it's his son with is mouth plastered over). Unlike most examples, the edit is much smoother, though it can look dodgy at times.
4th Jan '17 11:56:47 AM MEWtiful
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*A variation is used in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGyLP6R4HTE Madame Tutli Putli]], a Canadian short film that superimposes live-action "eyes" on to StopMotion characters. [[VisualEffectsOfAwesome The effect is incredible]]
10th Dec '16 5:08:38 PM DrawtoonzStudio
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* The (no longer manufactured) [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkzVPwHGORI Vertigo]] [[https://youtu.be/u2MRTjGip8E Candy]] had commercials that did this. [[NightmareFuel Sweet dreams.]]

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* The (no longer manufactured) [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkzVPwHGORI Vertigo]] [[https://youtu.be/u2MRTjGip8E Candy]] had commercials that did this.this, in the style of the below-mentioned ''Têtes à claques''. [[NightmareFuel Sweet dreams.]]
4th Nov '16 3:26:30 PM Furienna
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* ''WebVideo/TheAnnoyingOrange'' uses a variation as it's the entire face that's superimposed over most of the main cast instead of just a mouth. It's also technically live-action, with the characters mostly being household food and items, both with having faces on them.
* ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd '':
** Uncle Crunch in Cinemassacre's ''Film/TheWizardOfOz [[FanSequel 3: Dorothy Goes To Hell]]''.
** The Nerd also used it for the possessed ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'' cartridge.
* ''Têtes à claques'' (a.k.a. ''CLAC''), in a fashion almost identical to ''The Annoying Orange'', though it predates it.
* ''WebVideo/CrashCourse'': John & Hank will occasionally superimpose their lips onto the mouths of famous scientists and historical figures.
* ''WebVideo/AutotuneTheNews'' uses this once for one of the member of ''Series/TheView'' in an early episode.
* Hamster 65's mouth in ''[[Music/DoctorSteel The Dr. Steel Show]]'' Episode 2 is animated this way.
-->"God, you're weird."
* ''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic'' unleashes Synchro-Vox on the trains of ''Film/ThomasTheTankEngine'' to criticize the fact that the mouths of the trains don't move.
-->'''Critic:''' AND THAT'S SOMEHOW STILL LESS CREEPY THAN WHAT YOU'RE DOING!!!
* A series of educational VHS tapes called "Standard Deviants" use this in some of their animated clips.
* The Barbie Liberation Organization, an anonymous group of people who switched the voice boxes of Franchise/{{Barbie}} dolls and Franchise/GIJoe figures, used this in their VHS press release to have a Barbie doll explain the organization's mission of weakening the prevalence of gender stereotypes in children's media.
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[[folder:Web Original]]
* ''WebVideo/TheAnnoyingOrange'' uses a variation as it's the entire face that's superimposed over most of the main cast instead of just a mouth. It's also technically live-action, with the characters mostly being household food and items, both with having faces on them.
* ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd '':
** Uncle Crunch in Cinemassacre's ''Film/TheWizardOfOz [[FanSequel 3: Dorothy Goes To Hell]]''.
** The Nerd also used it for the possessed ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'' cartridge.
* ''Têtes à claques'' (a.k.a. ''CLAC''), in a fashion almost identical to ''The Annoying Orange'', though it predates it.
* ''WebVideo/CrashCourse'': John & Hank will occasionally superimpose their lips onto the mouths of famous scientists and historical figures.
* ''WebVideo/AutotuneTheNews'' uses this once for one of the member of ''Series/TheView'' in an early episode.
* Hamster 65's mouth in ''[[Music/DoctorSteel The Dr. Steel Show]]'' Episode 2 is animated this way.
-->"God, you're weird."
* ''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic'' unleashes Synchro-Vox on the trains of ''Film/ThomasTheTankEngine'' to criticize the fact that the mouths of the trains don't move.
-->'''Critic:''' AND THAT'S SOMEHOW STILL LESS CREEPY THAN WHAT YOU'RE DOING!!!
* A series of educational VHS tapes called "Standard Deviants" use this in some of their animated clips.
* The Barbie Liberation Organization, an anonymous group of people who switched the voice boxes of Franchise/{{Barbie}} dolls and Franchise/GIJoe figures, used this in their VHS press release to have a Barbie doll explain the organization's mission of weakening the prevalence of gender stereotypes in children's media.
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20th Sep '16 12:06:40 PM MostDangerousChair
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* The (no longer manufactured) [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkzVPwHGORI Vertigo]] [[https://youtu.be/u2MRTjGip8E Candy]] had commercials that did this. [[NightmareFuel Sweet dreams.]]
11th Aug '16 12:14:28 PM johnnycade7
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Mentioned on the DeadUnicornTrope page because only a very small number of productions used it straight, after which everyone immediately realised it looked really, ''really'' fake and kind of creepy; anyone using it after the Sixties or so is probably going for comedic effect, MindScrew or both.

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Mentioned on the DeadUnicornTrope page because only a very small number of productions used it straight, after which everyone immediately realised it looked really, ''really'' fake creepy and kind of creepy; fake; anyone using it after the Sixties or so is probably going for comedic effect, MindScrew or both.
11th Jul '16 3:21:16 AM nicksplosivez
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* ''WebAnimation/EVTVWeather'' uses this for all of the characters.
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