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23rd May '18 8:06:58 AM scooter
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* The bag of cash with a dollar sign version shows up in the ''Series/PowerRangersDinoThunder'' episode "[[Recap/PowerRangersDinoThunderS1E19LostAndFoundInTranslation Lost and Found in Translation]]". It's actually scenes from ''Series/BakuryuuSentaiAbaranger'' that the American Rangers are watching dubbed on TV, involving an American baseball player visiting Japan who falls under the spell of the MonsterOfTheWeek, [[MeaningfulName Ka-Ching]], and becomes greedy and obsessed with money, returning in the next scene with big dollar-sign-emblazoned burlap sacks full of American C-notes he got by cheating at a baseball exhibition game.
25th Mar '18 5:41:21 PM foxley
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* In ''Series/TheGoodies'' episode "Alternative Roots", Tim's sheep stealing ancestor Kounty Kutie (and the other men of his village were showing in the traditional striped shirt and mask and carrying the swag bag.

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* In ''Series/TheGoodies'' episode "Alternative Roots", Tim's sheep stealing ancestor Kounty Kutie (and all the other men of his village village) were showing shown in the traditional striped shirt and mask and carrying the swag bag.



* Steve Carell carries around a sack of money that serves as his weapon in ''Webcomic/FakeNewsRumble.

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* Steve Carell carries around a sack of money that serves as his weapon in ''Webcomic/FakeNewsRumble.''Webcomic/FakeNewsRumble''.



* Spoofed in a WesternAnimation/YinYangYo episode, where the bag didn't hold money, but actual dollar bill signs. Master Yo even tries to insert his dollar bill signs into it after Yin accidentally transformed it.

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* Spoofed in a WesternAnimation/YinYangYo ''WesternAnimation/YinYangYo'' episode, where the bag didn't hold money, but actual dollar bill signs. Master Yo even tries to insert his dollar bill signs into it after Yin accidentally transformed it.
2nd Mar '18 10:45:58 PM vexusdylandasecond
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* ''WebAnimation/DSBTInsaniT'': Robber Eel carries it with his tailfin-hand, and can use it as a weapon too.
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20th Jan '18 9:49:10 AM DavidCowie
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* The Unicode symbol "MONEY BAG" (U+1F4B0) 💰 looks like one.
28th Dec '17 7:38:35 PM Kartoonkid95
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Pinocchio}}'': While meeting with the Coachman, Honest John and Gideon show off a small sack containing the meager sum Stromboli paid them in exchange for Pinocchio. As the Coachman begins to make his proposition, he asks them "How would you blokes like to make some ''real' money?" and produces a much larger sack full of gold coins.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Pinocchio}}'': While meeting with the Coachman, Honest John and Gideon show off a small sack containing the meager sum Stromboli paid them in exchange for Pinocchio. As the Coachman begins to make his proposition, he asks them "How would you blokes like to make some ''real' ''real'' money?" and produces a much larger sack full of gold coins.
28th Dec '17 7:38:18 PM Kartoonkid95
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Pinocchio}}'': While meeting with the Coachman, Honest John and Gideon show off a small sack containing the meager sum Stromboli paid them in exchange for Pinocchio. As the Coachman begins to make his proposition, he asks them "How would you blokes like to make some ''real' money?" and produces a much larger sack full of gold coins.



* Groundbreaking 1903 film ''Film/TheGreatTrainRobbery'' has the thieves carrying their loot in these. No dollar sign, though.

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* Groundbreaking The groundbreaking 1903 film ''Film/TheGreatTrainRobbery'' has the thieves carrying their loot in these. No dollar sign, though.
20th Oct '17 10:11:25 AM johnsmithxxi
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': The thief in "The Jewel Robbery" carries away the loot from the burgled store in a bag. However, the crook later stores it in a suitcase.
9th Jul '17 4:55:06 AM TroperNo9001
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Expect any thief carrying one to also sport a DominoMask and [[BurglarWear striped shirt]] or [[InstitutionalApparel prison garb]], [[ObviouslyEvil because otherwise how do you know they're thieves?]]. Less careful ones will end up leaving [[DetectivesFollowFootprints tracks for the coppers to find...]]

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Expect any thief carrying one to also sport a DominoMask and [[BurglarWear striped shirt]] or [[InstitutionalApparel prison garb]], [[ObviouslyEvil because otherwise how do you know they're thieves?]]. thieves?]] Less careful ones will end up leaving [[DetectivesFollowFootprints tracks for the coppers to find...]]
14th Mar '16 10:10:12 PM Adept
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* In the ''{{Pokemon}}'' game series this is a feature the "burglar" trainer type.

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* In the ''{{Pokemon}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}'' game series this is a feature the "burglar" trainer type.



* This is where the burglars on ''VideoGame/TheSims'' put their loot. (And it's basically a BagOfHolding in that game, too. If the closest expensive thing to the door the burglar comes in is ''your piano''? It's going in the bag.)

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* This is where the burglars on ''VideoGame/TheSims'' Burglars from ''Franchise/TheSims'' series would put their loot. (And it's basically everything they steal into a BagOfHolding in that game, too. If the closest expensive thing to the door the burglar comes in is ''your piano''? It's going in the bag.)sack. The games also combines this trope with BagOfHolding, as they could put stuffs like a TV set or a ''piano'' inside those bags.
14th Mar '16 8:35:58 PM Willbyr
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* [[DirtyOldMan Happosai]] from ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' always uses a Japanese Thief Bag when going [[PantyThief panty-stealing]].

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[[DirtyOldMan Happosai]] from ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' always uses a Japanese Thief Bag when going [[PantyThief panty-stealing]].
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