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11th Jul '16 3:21:16 AM nicksplosivez
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* ''WebAnimation/EVTVWeather'' uses this for all of the characters.
30th Jun '16 2:03:01 PM Mikeyfan93
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* Hamster 65's mouth in ''[[Music/DoctorSteel The Dr. Steel Show@@'' Episode 2 is animated this way.

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* Hamster 65's mouth in ''[[Music/DoctorSteel The Dr. Steel Show@@'' Show]]'' Episode 2 is animated this way.
29th May '16 10:24:41 AM nombretomado
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* Used in an episode of GoodLuckCharlie when the family makes a short, comedic "interview" with the titular child - who can barely speak - using a deliberate English accent.

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* Used in an episode of GoodLuckCharlie ''Series/GoodLuckCharlie'' when the family makes a short, comedic "interview" with the titular child - who can barely speak - using a deliberate English accent.



* Robot head 790 in Series/{{Lexx}} is a variation. The robot head's eyes and mouth are small TV screens that display a mouth played by a live actor; the eyes are fake, but are props with a camera pointed at them, not CGI. The effect was actually done live on the set; the TV screens on the prop are actual TV screens.
* In the Series/{{Goosebumps}} "Haunted Mask" episodes, whenever the plaster bust of Carly Beth's head appears to speak, live eyes and a mouth are superimposed onto the bust.

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* Robot head 790 in Series/{{Lexx}} ''Series/{{Lexx}}'' is a variation. The robot head's eyes and mouth are small TV screens that display a mouth played by a live actor; the eyes are fake, but are props with a camera pointed at them, not CGI. The effect was actually done live on the set; the TV screens on the prop are actual TV screens.
* In the Series/{{Goosebumps}} ''Series/{{Goosebumps}}'' "Haunted Mask" episodes, whenever the plaster bust of Carly Beth's head appears to speak, live eyes and a mouth are superimposed onto the bust.
15th Apr '16 8:06:35 PM johnnycade7
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* In the 1992 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' short "Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers", [[spoiler:clone!]]Daffy has this for a brief moment.

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* In the 1992 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' short "Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers", [[spoiler:clone!]]Daffy has this for a brief moment. It's ''extremely'' creepy. [[NightmareFuel In fact, it may be one of the creepiest Looney Tunes cartoons.]]
5th Apr '16 6:58:00 PM TheJayman49
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->''"When're they gonna start moving? Ain't nothin' moving but their lips!"''

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->''"When're they gonna start moving? Ain't nothin' moving but their lips!"''->''"Why does everybody got lady lips? Are those human lips?"''
25th Mar '16 2:12:45 PM StFan
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[[quoteright:350:[[ClutchCargo http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rsz_clutch_cargo_vox_6276.jpg]]]]

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[[AC:{{Advertising}}]]
* Some {{Midas}} commercials have featured a golden hand with a face in the palm.
* A clip advertising both Series/SteveHarvey and Series/TheTonightShow featured [[Creator/JimmyFallon the]] [[Creator/SteveHarvey hosts']] faces with their mouths switched.

[[AC:{{Film}} - Animation]]
* "Mr. Incredible and Pals" short from ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' DVD is a parody of ''ClutchCargo''.
* Briefly used in ''Re-Animated'', the MadeForTVMovie that led to ''OutOfJimmysHead''.

[[AC:{{Film}} - Live-Action]]
* Used in ''Film/{{Batman}}'' to mask the lips of the recent victims of Joker's toxin in order to "advertise" his BrandX. [[spoiler: Which, in turn, was the Joker toxin that he was going to release at the Bicentennial celebration of Gotham City's foundation.]]
* Briefly used in ''Film/ForbiddenZone'' during a musical number: It turns out this is because the first-time actor they hired to lip-sync was so nervous he froze up and just stood there, but the film itself has [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs such a strange visual style]] that the effect fits in perfectly.
** To this day, Danny Elfman plays the scene for new actors as a warning to learn their lines.

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[[AC:{{Advertising}}]]
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[[folder:Advertising]]
* Some {{Midas}} Advertising/{{Midas}} commercials have featured a golden hand with a face in the palm.
* A clip advertising both Series/SteveHarvey ''Series/SteveHarvey'' and Series/TheTonightShow ''Series/TheTonightShow'' featured [[Creator/JimmyFallon the]] [[Creator/SteveHarvey hosts']] faces with their mouths switched.

[[AC:{{Film}} -
switched.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Films --
Animation]]
* "Mr. Incredible and Pals" short from ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' DVD is a parody of ''ClutchCargo''.
''WesternAnimation/ClutchCargo''.
* Briefly used in ''Re-Animated'', the MadeForTVMovie that led to ''OutOfJimmysHead''.

[[AC:{{Film}} -
''Series/OutOfJimmysHead''.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Films --
Live-Action]]
* Used in ''Film/{{Batman}}'' to mask the lips of the recent victims of Joker's toxin in order to "advertise" his BrandX. [[spoiler: Which, [[spoiler:Which, in turn, was is the Joker toxin that he was is going to release at the Bicentennial celebration of Gotham City's foundation.]]
* Briefly used in ''Film/ForbiddenZone'' during a musical number: It turns out this is because the first-time actor they hired to lip-sync was so nervous he froze up and just stood there, but the film itself has [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs such a strange visual style]] that the effect fits in perfectly.
**
perfectly. To this day, Danny Elfman plays the scene for new actors as a warning to learn their lines.




[[AC:{{Music}}]]
* In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvIAyxpjEuc Timbuk3's]] video for "The Future's So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades" this is used.
* Creator/JeffFoxworthy's "Party All Night", created out of one of his comedy sketches with a chorus sung by Little Texas, has two instances of synchro-vox in its music video (directed by Music/WeirdAlYankovic).
* Parodied in Alan Jackson's video for "That'd Be Alright", where a crew trying to film a music video without Jackson himself tries doing this to a photo of him, and later tries digitally overlaying a different mouth over [[CallBack clips from previous Alan Jackson videos.]]
* Music/PepeDeluxe used this in their "Pussy Cat Rock" and "The Mischief of Cloud Six" videos. In the case of the former, the lips are superimposed over live-action footage of a robot cat doll.
* Music/{{Kraftwerk}} used it for the Russian-speaking portions of the video for [[http://youtu.be/VXa9tXcMhXQ The Robots]] from ''Music/TheManMachine''.
* Utilized to equally hilarious and unsettling extent in the music video for Mechanical Bull's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hitf3VJhzqo "Can Jesus's Advice to Strippers Save the Economy?"]]

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\n[[AC:{{Music}}]]\n* In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvIAyxpjEuc Timbuk3's]] video for "The Future's So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades" this is used.\n* Creator/JeffFoxworthy's "Party All Night", created out of one of his comedy sketches with a chorus sung by Little Texas, has two instances of synchro-vox in its music video (directed by Music/WeirdAlYankovic).\n* Parodied in Alan Jackson's video for "That'd Be Alright", where a crew trying to film a music video without Jackson himself tries doing this to a photo of him, and later tries digitally overlaying a different mouth over [[CallBack clips from previous Alan Jackson videos.]]\n* Music/PepeDeluxe used this in their "Pussy Cat Rock" and "The Mischief of Cloud Six" videos. In the case of the former, the lips are superimposed over live-action footage of a robot cat doll.\n* Music/{{Kraftwerk}} used it for the Russian-speaking portions of the video for [[http://youtu.be/VXa9tXcMhXQ The Robots]] from ''Music/TheManMachine''.\n* Utilized to equally hilarious and unsettling extent in the music video for Mechanical Bull's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hitf3VJhzqo "Can Jesus's Advice to Strippers Save the Economy?"]]\n\n[[AC:Television - {{Live-Action TV}}]][[/folder]]

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]




[[AC:Television - AnimatedShows]]
* A couple of TV series done in the late 1950s and early 1960s: ''ClutchCargo'' and ''Space Angel''.
* Used in the opening of [[SpongeBob SpongeBob SquarePants]] with "Painty the Pirate", who starts the theme song.

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\n[[AC:Television - AnimatedShows]]\n[[/folder]]

[[folder:Music Videos]]
* In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvIAyxpjEuc Timbuk3's]] video for "The Future's So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades" this is used.
* Creator/JeffFoxworthy's "Party All Night", created out of one of his comedy sketches with a chorus sung by Little Texas, has two instances of synchro-vox in its music video (directed by Music/WeirdAlYankovic).
* Parodied in Alan Jackson's video for "That'd Be Alright", where a crew trying to film a music video without Jackson himself tries doing this to a photo of him, and later tries digitally overlaying a different mouth over [[CallBack clips from previous Alan Jackson videos.]]
* Music/PepeDeluxe used this in their "Pussy Cat Rock" and "The Mischief of Cloud Six" videos. In the case of the former, the lips are superimposed over live-action footage of a robot cat doll.
* Music/{{Kraftwerk}} used it for the Russian-speaking portions of the video for [[http://youtu.be/VXa9tXcMhXQ The Robots]] from ''Music/TheManMachine''.
* Utilized to equally hilarious and unsettling extent in the music video for Mechanical Bull's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hitf3VJhzqo "Can Jesus's Advice to Strippers Save the Economy?"]]
* The infamous [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-9BqFY0Pog "It's Raping Time"]] song, with an Ao Oni demon's face as the overlay.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* Wrestling example, on the August 10 2015 episode of [[Wrestling/{{WWERAW}} Monday Night Raw]]: "Wrestling/JohnCena" talks to Wrestling/SethRollins [[https://youtu.be/BuwF8Opc0F4?t=2m19s this way]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Web Animation]]
* ''WebAnimation/HowItShouldHaveEnded'': Used in the ''[[{{Literature/Twilight}} Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 2]]'' episode to make fun of the ConspicuousCGI.
* ''WebAnimation/BadDays'' portrays the title characters of ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2014'' with live-action human mouths.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* A couple of TV series done in the late 1950s and early 1960s: ''ClutchCargo'' ''WesternAnimation/ClutchCargo'' and ''Space Angel''.
* ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'':
**
Used in the opening of [[SpongeBob SpongeBob SquarePants]] with "Painty the Pirate", who starts the theme song.



* This technique has been used in ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'', though unlike some of the other examples here "comedic" [[NightmareFuel isn't what they were going for]].
** The Magic Tree of Nowhere.

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* This technique has been used in ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'', though unlike some of the other examples here "comedic" [[NightmareFuel isn't what they were going for]]. \n** The For example, the Magic Tree of Nowhere.



* One episode of ''TheGrimAdventuresofBillyAndMandy'' briefly used this on Mandy.
* On ''{{WesternAnimation/Clarence}}'', the principal of Clarence's school is depicted this way with only the lower half of his face visible.
* 'Used in the WesternAnimation/ClassOf3000 episode "Nothin' to It But to Do It" in the music video "Clean Up".

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* One episode of ''TheGrimAdventuresofBillyAndMandy'' ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresofBillyAndMandy'' briefly used this on Mandy.
* On ''{{WesternAnimation/Clarence}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Clarence}}'', the principal of Clarence's school is depicted this way with only the lower half of his face visible.
* 'Used Used in the WesternAnimation/ClassOf3000 ''WesternAnimation/ClassOf3000'' episode "Nothin' to It But to Do It" in the music video "Clean Up".




[[AC:WebOriginal]]
* ''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.
* Uncle Crunch in {{Cinemassacre}}'s ''TheWizardOfOz [[FanSequel 3: Dorothy Goes To Hell]]''.
** WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd also used it for the possessed ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'' cartridge.
* ''Têtes à claques'' (aka ''CLAC''), in a fashion almost identical to ''The Annoying Orange'', though it predates it.
* ''WebAnimation/HowItShouldHaveEnded'': Used in the ''[[{{Literature/Twilight}} Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 2]]'' episode to make fun of the ConspicuousCGI.

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\n[[AC:WebOriginal]]\n[[/folder]]

[[folder:Web Original]]
* ''TheAnnoyingOrange'' ''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, live-action, with the characters mostly being household food and items, both with having faces on them.
* ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd '':
**
Uncle Crunch in {{Cinemassacre}}'s ''TheWizardOfOz Cinemassacre's ''Film/TheWizardOfOz [[FanSequel 3: Dorothy Goes To Hell]]''.
** WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd The Nerd also used it for the possessed ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'' cartridge.
* ''Têtes à claques'' (aka (a.k.a. ''CLAC''), in a fashion almost identical to ''The Annoying Orange'', though it predates it.
* ''WebAnimation/HowItShouldHaveEnded'': Used in the ''[[{{Literature/Twilight}} Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 2]]'' episode to make fun of the ConspicuousCGI.
it.



* AutotuneTheNews uses this once for one of the member of TheView in an early episode.
* ''WebAnimation/BadDays'' portrays the title characters of ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2014'' with live-action human mouths.
* Hamster 65's mouth in ''The [[DoctorSteel Dr. Steel]] Show'' Episode 2 is animated this way.

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* AutotuneTheNews ''WebVideo/AutotuneTheNews'' uses this once for one of the member of TheView ''Series/TheView'' in an early episode.
* ''WebAnimation/BadDays'' portrays the title characters of ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2014'' with live-action human mouths.
* Hamster 65's mouth in ''The [[DoctorSteel ''[[Music/DoctorSteel The Dr. Steel]] Show'' Steel Show@@'' Episode 2 is animated this way.




[[AC:Other]]



* 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.
* The infamous [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-9BqFY0Pog "It's Raping Time"]] song, with an Ao Oni demon's face as the overlay.
* Wrestling example, on the August 10 2015 episode of [[Wrestling/{{WWERAW}} Monday Night Raw]]: "Wrestling/JohnCena" talks to Wrestling/SethRollins [[https://youtu.be/BuwF8Opc0F4?t=2m19s this way]].

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* The Barbie Liberation Organization, an anonymous group of people who switched the voice boxes of {{Franchise/Barbie}} 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.
* The infamous [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-9BqFY0Pog "It's Raping Time"]] song, with an Ao Oni demon's face as the overlay.
* Wrestling example, on the August 10 2015 episode of [[Wrestling/{{WWERAW}} Monday Night Raw]]: "Wrestling/JohnCena" talks to Wrestling/SethRollins [[https://youtu.be/BuwF8Opc0F4?t=2m19s this way]].
[[/folder]]
23rd Mar '16 4:46:17 PM nombretomado
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* The old Comedy Channel (predecessor to ComedyCentral) aired WesternAnimation/ClutchCargo as part of The Higgins Boys and Gruber show.[[note]]One of the first shows to air on The Comedy Channel.[[/note]] In a reference to the show itself, this technique was used to introduce the show as well as to lead back to the main Higgins Boys and Gruber show. Notably, it incorporated a frame from the show with someone acting as Clutch.[[note]]"This is Clutch Cargo signing off. Now back to the Higgins Boys and Gruber."[[/note]]

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* The old Comedy Channel (predecessor to ComedyCentral) Creator/ComedyCentral) aired WesternAnimation/ClutchCargo ''WesternAnimation/ClutchCargo'' as part of The Higgins Boys and Gruber show.[[note]]One of the first shows to air on The Comedy Channel.[[/note]] In a reference to the show itself, this technique was used to introduce the show as well as to lead back to the main Higgins Boys and Gruber show. Notably, it incorporated a frame from the show with someone acting as Clutch.[[note]]"This is Clutch Cargo signing off. Now back to the Higgins Boys and Gruber."[[/note]]
18th Mar '16 10:38:45 PM Hossmeister
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21st Feb '16 1:37:10 AM thatother1dude
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* In one of the episodes of TheAmazingWorldOfGumball, used the tecnique on Gumball's eyes for making him a hypnotist.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'':
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In one of "The Club", the episodes Reject Club made a fake video of TheAmazingWorldOfGumball, used the tecnique Gumball confessing to a bunch of embarrassing things. It consists of a poorly drawn picture of Gumball with a superimposed, live-action mouth wearing braces.
** "The Treasure" had live-action eyes superimposed
on Gumball's eyes for making him face when he suddenly realizes he was a hypnotist.
hypnotist in a past life.
7th Feb '16 3:04:27 PM ElBuenCuate
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* In one of the episodes of TheAmazingWorldOfGumball, used the tecnique on Gumball's eyes for making him a hypnotist.
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