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25th Mar '17 5:39:29 AM JackG
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* Inverted in the British WW2 propaganda movie ''The Way Ahead'' (1944) which concludes with the soldiers advancing into the attack with the words THE BEGINNING. One assumes they wanted the audience to believe the characters were just getting started in kicking Hitler's behind, as opposed to marching off to their END.

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* Inverted in the British WW2 propaganda movie ''The Way Ahead'' (1944) which concludes with the soldiers advancing into the attack with the words THE BEGINNING. One assumes they the producers wanted the audience to believe the characters our heroes were just getting started in kicking Hitler's behind, defeating the Nazis, as opposed to marching off to their END.
25th Mar '17 5:38:20 AM JackG
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* Inverted in the British WW2 propaganda movie ''The Way Ahead'' (1944) which concludes with the soldiers advancing into the attack with the words THE BEGINNING. One assumes they wanted the audience to believe the characters were just getting started in kicking Hitler's behind, as opposed to marching off to their END.
27th Feb '17 10:11:22 AM jamespolk
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* At the end of the 1933 version of ''Film/StateFair'', the RomanticRain and wind cause the "State Fair" billboard to peel away. The peeled-away sections reveal another poster underneath that says "The End".

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* At the end of the 1933 version of ''Film/StateFair'', the RomanticRain and wind cause the "State Fair" TitleDrop billboard to peel away. The peeled-away sections reveal another poster underneath that says "The End".End".
* ''Film/AntoniasLine'': One of the overarching themes of the movie, which follows life in one Dutch village over fifty years, is the circle of life and how nothing really dies. So the final chyron of the movie, right before the credits roll, says "And as this long chronicle reaches its conclusion, nothing has come to an end."
26th Feb '17 2:49:59 PM nombretomado
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* ''The End'' was the name of a ''VideoGame/SpaceInvaders''-like arcade game by {{Konami}} which ended when the aliens pulled out enough blocks to spell the word "END" across the top of the screen.

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* ''The End'' was the name of a ''VideoGame/SpaceInvaders''-like arcade game by {{Konami}} {{Creator/Konami}} which ended when the aliens pulled out enough blocks to spell the word "END" across the top of the screen.
15th Feb '17 8:17:33 AM jamespolk
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Munro}}'' is a satirical cartoon about a four-year-old boy who is drafted and inducted into the U.S. Army. He is completely mystified by his drill instructor barking cadence during a march. At the end the drill instructor reappears and barks out "THE END."
29th Dec '16 2:02:00 PM jamespolk
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* There's a 1978 film '''named''' ''The End'', starring Burt Reynolds as a guy who decides to kill himself after learning he has only three months to live.

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* There's a 1978 film '''named''' ''The End'', starring Burt Reynolds as a guy who decides to kill himself Experimental LeaveTheCameraRunning documentary interview ''Film/PortraitOfJason'', ends, after learning he has only three months to live.concluding the interview with Jason Holliday, with director Shirley Clarke offscreen saying "The end. The end. That's it, it's over. The end."
18th Dec '16 4:22:53 PM CutieTabootie
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* At the end of the credits of the final episode of ''Manga/SailorMoon'', Usagi says "Oshimai...", with the rest of the Inner Senshi finishing with "...dayo!" (meaning, "It's the end!") as said text appeared onscreen.


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1st Nov '16 6:03:22 PM nombretomado
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* The [[Series/{{Merlin}} Merlin made-for-TV movie]]. "There's no more. That's The End of magic." No, really, that's how it ends!

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* The [[Series/{{Merlin}} Merlin ''Series/{{Merlin|1998}}'' made-for-TV movie]].movie. "There's no more. That's The End of magic." No, really, that's how it ends!



* ''TheGoodies''. The episode "The Movies" has a string of BreakingTheFourthWall gags, culminating in the letters of THE END being used by the comedic heroes to thump each other. Then another THE END starts floating up the screen, catching on their clothes and carrying them [[RidingIntoTheSunset off into the sunset]].

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* ''TheGoodies''.''Series/TheGoodies''. The episode "The Movies" has a string of BreakingTheFourthWall gags, culminating in the letters of THE END being used by the comedic heroes to thump each other. Then another THE END starts floating up the screen, catching on their clothes and carrying them [[RidingIntoTheSunset off into the sunset]].
9th Oct '16 5:35:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''KateModern'' featured an episode with the title "The End" mid-series.

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* ''KateModern'' ''WebVideo/KateModern'' featured an episode with the title "The End" mid-series.
3rd Oct '16 10:10:11 PM jamespolk
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* ''WesternAnimation/IsItAlwaysRightToBeRight'': Schmidt's essay concludes by describing the search for common ground as "a task that never ends." Appropriately, the cartoon ends with a closing title that says "NOT THE END."
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