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4th Mar '17 3:38:44 PM StFan
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* Franchise/TheLoneRanger. First appeared in January, 1933.

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* Franchise/TheLoneRanger.Radio/TheLoneRanger. First appeared in January, 1933.
1st Mar '17 6:07:28 AM JamesAustin
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* While initial {{ComicBook/Superboy}} stories were vague on their setting, starting in [[TheFifties the late 50s]], Superboy stories were explicitly set in the 1930s, likely under the logic of 1938 being Superman's first appearance. Superboy would stay set during the Depression (even meeting BonnieAndClyde in a 1968 story) until a 1971 retooling placed him on a [[ComicBookTime sliding timeline]] and in the 1950s.

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* While initial {{ComicBook/Superboy}} ComicBook/{{Superboy}} stories were vague on their setting, starting in [[TheFifties the late 50s]], Superboy stories were explicitly set in the 1930s, likely under the logic of 1938 being Superman's first appearance. Superboy would stay set during the Depression (even meeting BonnieAndClyde Bonnie and Clyde in a 1968 story) until a 1971 retooling placed him on a [[ComicBookTime sliding timeline]] and in the 1950s.



* ''[[Film/{{Annie1982}} Annie]]'' (1982)
* ''[[Film/{{Annie1999}} Annie]]'' (1999)

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* ''[[Film/{{Annie1982}} Annie]]'' (1982)
''Film/Annie1982''
* ''[[Film/{{Annie1999}} Annie]]'' (1999)''Film/Annie1999''
28th Jan '17 9:02:20 PM mlsmithca
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* ''Literature/TheDayOfTheLocust'' (1939)
26th Jan '17 4:19:38 AM alnair20aug93
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* CurtainClothing: In an austere time, where fabric was a commodity, some women resort to sewing clothes out of feed sacks, hence they are called "feedsack dresses."
24th Jan '17 10:02:58 PM BattleMaster
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* DeadlyDustStorm: This was busy happening in the Dust Bowl- the dust storms blew so thick and long that people and animals would be permanently blinded or choke to death on them. A particularly massive dust storm blew all the way to Washington DC, further cementing this trope into the minds of Americans around the country at the time.

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* DeadlyDustStorm: This was busy happening in the Dust Bowl- the dust storms blew so thick and long that people and animals would be permanently blinded or choke to death on them. They could generate such high amounts of static electricity that car motors would short out if not grounded, leading to people living in the Dust Bowl attaching lengths of chain to the undercarriage that would drag on the ground. A particularly massive dust storm blew all the way to Washington DC, further cementing this trope into the minds of Americans around the country at the time.
24th Jan '17 10:01:04 PM BattleMaster
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* DeadlyDustStorm: This was busy happening in the Dust Bowl- the dust storms blew so thick and long that people and animals would be permanently blinded or choke to death on them. A particularly massive dust storm blew all the way to Washington DC, further cementing this trope into the minds of Americans around the country at the time.
19th Jan '17 7:40:22 PM Mdumas43073
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* ''Film/HarlemNights''


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* ''Film/{{Hoodlum}}''
17th Jan '17 12:08:11 PM yisfidri
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* ''Literature/LostHorizon'' (1933)


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* ''Literature/TheSittafordMystery'' (1931)
* ''Literature/LostHorizon'' (1933)
16th Jan '17 4:24:20 AM alnair20aug93
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** TropaholicsAnonymous: This support group that has been a subject of StockParody since it came to inception two years after Prohibition was repealed.
14th Jan '17 2:29:43 PM Xtifr
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* ComicBook/MickeyMouseComicUniverse. Most of these characters were introduced in the comic strip by FloydGottfredson.

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* ComicBook/MickeyMouseComicUniverse. Most of these characters were introduced in the comic strip by FloydGottfredson.Creator/FloydGottfredson.
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