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18th Sep '17 12:43:35 PM PistolsAtDawn
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* ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' has been noted for having '''HUGE LOCATION TITLES''' in all caps across the entire screen for each new location. '''QUEENS. BERLIN. 1991.'''
16th Jul '17 4:35:48 PM DirtyHarry44Magnum
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* ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonorVanguard'': At the start of first mission of each operation, the date and time is displayed on the top left corner of the screen, in subsequent missions within each operation, the mission name and the time is displayed.
29th Jun '17 12:11:47 AM PaulA
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* In ''Film/MrAndMrsSmith'', after the couple has their first therapy session and disagree how long they've been married (5 or 6 years), the movie flashbacks to their first meeting and says, "5 or 6 years ago." At the end of the flashback there's another caption reading "5 or 6 years later."

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* In ''Film/MrAndMrsSmith'', ''Film/MrAndMrsSmith2005'', after the couple has their first therapy session and disagree how long they've been married (5 or 6 years), the movie flashbacks to their first meeting and says, "5 or 6 years ago." At the end of the flashback there's another caption reading "5 or 6 years later."
25th Jun '17 4:21:52 PM TheDeadSkin
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* ''Film/RogueOne'' is the first ''Franchise/StarWars'' movie to use these for planet locations. This makes certain locations are ones used elsewhere in canon and aids stretching out from Space Opera and touching a Thriller, Heist, or War Mission genre.

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* ''Film/RogueOne'' is the first Unusually for a ''Franchise/StarWars'' movie to use movie, ''Film/RogueOne'' uses these for planet locations. This makes certain locations are ones used elsewhere in canon and aids stretching out the planets seen throughout the movie, to set it apart from Space Opera and touching the usual ''Star Wars'' space opera fare as a Thriller, Heist, or War Mission genre. war/heist movie. [[spoiler:With the sole exception of [[Film/RevengeOfTheSith Mustafar]].]]
18th Mar '17 8:11:47 AM erforce
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* ''Film/SilenceOfTheLambs''. When Clarice Starling went to the town of Belvedere, there was a subtitle with the town's name.

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* ''Film/SilenceOfTheLambs''.''Film/TheSilenceOfTheLambs''. When Clarice Starling went to the town of Belvedere, there was a subtitle with the town's name.



* Spoofed in ''Film/StarWreckInThePirkinning'', which makes a typo in the title and backs up a bit to remove it.



* Used at the beginning of every mission in the ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty'' series, except for one occasion: You begin the mission (Of Their Own Accord, ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare 2'') in a bunker, evidently being shelled, wounded everywhere around you. You go outside and around a corner to see [[spoiler: [[TheReveal Washington DC in flames]]]]. ''Then'' the TitleIn happens. And thus begins one of the most chilling chapters in the ''Call of Duty'' series to date.

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* Used at the beginning of every mission in the ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty'' series, except for one occasion: You begin the mission (Of ("Of Their Own Accord, ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare 2'') Accord", ''VideoGame/CallOfDutyModernWarfare2'') in a bunker, evidently being shelled, wounded everywhere around you. You go outside and around a corner to see [[spoiler: [[TheReveal Washington DC in flames]]]]. ''Then'' the TitleIn happens. And thus begins one of the most chilling chapters in the ''Call of Duty'' series to date.



* ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedII'' mixes it with TitleIn: at the start of each memory sequence, the camera pans over the current city and its name and the current year are displayed. Also, whenever you synchronize with a view point, the camera does an OrbitalShot of the surrounding area, albeit without any subtitles.

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* ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed''
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''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedII'' mixes it with TitleIn: at the start of each memory sequence, the camera pans over the current city and its name and the current year are displayed. Also, whenever you synchronize with a view point, the camera does an OrbitalShot of the surrounding area, albeit without any subtitles.



* ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'' games show the area names, and do a pan-out of the areas, when you first enter them.

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* ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'' games ''VideoGame/MetroidPrimeTrilogy'' show the area names, and do a pan-out of the areas, when you first enter them.



[[folder:Web Original]]
* Spoofed in ''[[WebOriginal/StarWreck Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning]]'', which makes a typo in the title and backs up a bit to remove it.
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11th Jan '17 1:30:03 AM Orbiting
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* ''Webcomics/{{Nebula}}'': Most comics begin with the intentionally vague "Really far away. Really long ago"[[note]]Or reversed-- "Really long ago. Really far away."[[/note]] over a shot of the main character(s) of that comic. Occasionally, this is changed:
** #9 and #17 have no opening at all and go straight to action.
** #12 is "Someday soon, [[FantasySequence one would hope]]"
** #15 is [[WhamEpisode "Right here. Right now."]]
** The comic with B and Virginis has [[SomethingCompletelyDifferent "Even further away than normal"]]
4th Jan '17 11:49:03 AM LatePocketwatch
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* ''Film/RogueOne'' is the first ''Franchise/StarWars'' movie to use these for planet locations. This makes certain locations are ones used elsewhere in canon and aids stretching out from Space Opera and touching a Thriller, Heist, or War Mission genre.
30th May '16 12:25:46 AM StFan
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[[caption-width-right:350:[[WebVideo/CinemaSins In case you mistook it for the TvTropes foundation in Noodle, New York *ding*]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:[[WebVideo/CinemaSins In case you mistook it for the TvTropes foundation TV Tropes Foundation in Noodle, New York *ding*]]]]



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* Parodied on ''WebVideo/UltraFastPony'', where time cards are always "14 HOURS LATER", especially if that amount of time passing makes no sense. One episode is so egregious about it, using the card six times, that the characters started wondering how it was still the same day.
-->'''Spitfire:''' You all have ten minutes. Suit up and meet me on the training ground. Now!\\
'''14 HOURS LATER'''\\
'''Spitfire:''' I ''hate'' this job.
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* Spoofed in ''[[WebOriginal/StarWreck Star Wreck: In The Pirkinning]]'', which makes a typo in the title and backs up a bit to remove it.
* The [[Film/StarTrek 2009 Star Trek movie]] has Iowa or Vulcan tucked away in a corner for a part of the movie, then "Three years later" in the center.

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* Spoofed in ''[[WebOriginal/StarWreck Star Wreck: In The Pirkinning]]'', which makes a typo in the title and backs up a bit to remove it.
* The [[Film/StarTrek 2009 Star Trek movie]] ''Film/StarTrek'' movie has Iowa or Vulcan tucked away in a corner for a part of the movie, then "Three years later" in the center.



--->Game Day\\

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--->Game -->Game Day\\



* The ''Film/SuperMarioBros'' movie started with the title:
-->Brooklyn
-->20 million Years Ago

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* The ''Film/SuperMarioBros'' movie started starts with the title:
-->Brooklyn
-->20
-->Brooklyn\\
20
million Years Ago



-->One billion zillion B.C.
-->October 9th

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-->One billion zillion B.C.
-->October
C.\\
October
9th



-->"Sometime in the 23rd century ... the survivors of war, overpopulation and pollution are living in a great domed city, sealed away from the forgotten world outside. Here, in an ecologically balanced world, mankind lives only for pleasure, freed by the servo-mechanisms which provide everything. There's just one catch: Life must end at thirty unless reborn in the fiery ritual of carrousel."

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-->"Sometime in the 23rd century ...century... the survivors of war, overpopulation and pollution are living in a great domed city, sealed away from the forgotten world outside. Here, in an ecologically balanced world, mankind lives only for pleasure, freed by the servo-mechanisms which provide everything. There's just one catch: Life must end at thirty unless reborn in the fiery ritual of carrousel."



-->'''Bill:''' 'Are we going to be tested on the specific times everything is happening?'

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-->'''Bill:''' 'Are Are we going to be tested on the specific times everything is happening?' happening?



* In the first ''Literature/CaptainUnderpants'' book, George and Harold order the 3-D Hypno-Ring, which takes four to six weeks to arrive. The next chapter is titled "Four To Six Weeks Later".

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* In the first ''Literature/CaptainUnderpants'' book, George and Harold order the 3-D Hypno-Ring, which takes four to six weeks to arrive. The next chapter is titled "Four To to Six Weeks Later".






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-->The illegal sublet Wendy shares with another young, photogenic artist.
-->Middleman Headqua--WHOA! FREAKY!
-->The Underworld. Time has no meaning.
-->God, am I underpaid.

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-->The illegal sublet Wendy shares with another young, photogenic artist.
-->Middleman
artist.\\\
Middleman
Headqua--WHOA! FREAKY!
-->The
FREAKY!\\\
The
Underworld. Time has no meaning.
-->God,
meaning.\\\
God,
am I underpaid.



* Used in ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Midnight" to show how much time had passed between scenes. Also used in the season 4 finale "The Stolen Earth" when we hopped from across the galaxy to where the Doctor's other companions were.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
**
Used in ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Midnight" to show how much time had passed between scenes. scenes.
**
Also used in the season 4 finale "The Stolen Earth" when we hopped hop from across the galaxy to where the Doctor's other companions were.are.



* Used in early seasons of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' to identify the name and location of another person with abilities.
** To varying degrees of accuracy:

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* Used in early seasons of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' to identify the name and location of another person with abilities.
**
abilities. To varying degrees of accuracy:



* In ''Series/TheXFiles'', this usually happens on a bottom corner of the screen when Mulder and Scully first go somewhere for a case. Sometimes the name of the town and the state appears as a second line underneath a specific building they are going to such as a hotel, government building, business, etc.
** Amusingly, in the episode "Bad Blood" during Scully's recounting of the tale, the location name first appears incorrectly [[FunWithSubtitles until Mulder corrects her]], and then the screen display changes to show the correct location.

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* In ''Series/TheXFiles'', this usually happens on a bottom corner of the screen when Mulder and Scully first go somewhere for a case. Sometimes the name of the town and the state appears as a second line underneath a specific building they are going to such as a hotel, government building, business, etc.
**
etc. Amusingly, in the episode "Bad Blood" during Scully's recounting of the tale, the location name first appears incorrectly [[FunWithSubtitles until Mulder corrects her]], and then the screen display changes to show the correct location.



-->"Can you guess what city this is?"
-->*Blank*
-->"If you guessed New York, you're right!"

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-->"Can you guess what city this is?"
-->*Blank*
-->"If
is?"\\
*Blank*\\
"If
you guessed New York, you're right!"



* The pilot episode of ''[[Series/{{Mash}} M*A*S*H]]'' has a UniquePilotTitleSequence which announces the setting as:
-->KOREA, 1950
-->a hundred years ago

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* The pilot episode of ''[[Series/{{Mash}} M*A*S*H]]'' ''Series/{{MASH}}'' has a UniquePilotTitleSequence which announces the setting as:
-->KOREA, 1950
-->a
1950\\
a
hundred years ago



-->'''GLaDOS''': [[AC:Well, [[ThisIsThePartWhere this is the part where]]]] [[spoiler:[[AC:he kills us]]]]. \\
'''Wheatley''': Hello! [[ParrotExposition This is the part where ]][[spoiler:[[ParrotExposition I kill you]]]]! \\

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-->'''GLaDOS''': -->'''[=GLaDOS=]:''' [[AC:Well, [[ThisIsThePartWhere this is the part where]]]] [[spoiler:[[AC:he kills us]]]]. \\
'''Wheatley''': '''Wheatley:''' Hello! [[ParrotExposition This is the part where ]][[spoiler:[[ParrotExposition I kill you]]]]! \\



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* Parodied on ''WebVideo/UltraFastPony'', where time cards are always "14 HOURS LATER", [[strike:even]] especially if that amount of time passing makes no sense. One episode was so egregious about it, using the card six times, that the characters started wondering how it was still the same day.
-->'''Spitfire:''' You all have ten minutes. Suit up and meet me on the training ground. Now!\\
'''14 HOURS LATER'''\\
'''Spitfire:''' I ''hate'' this job.

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* Parodied on ''WebVideo/UltraFastPony'', where time cards are always "14 HOURS LATER", [[strike:even]] especially if that amount of time passing Spoofed in ''[[WebOriginal/StarWreck Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning]]'', which makes no sense. One episode was so egregious about it, using a typo in the card six times, that the characters started wondering how it was still the same day.
-->'''Spitfire:''' You all have ten minutes. Suit up
title and meet me on the training ground. Now!\\
'''14 HOURS LATER'''\\
'''Spitfire:''' I ''hate'' this job.
backs up a bit to remove it.



--->Egypt
--->Millions of years ago
--->3 PM
--->1492
--->New York City

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--->Egypt
--->Millions
-->Egypt\\
Millions
of years ago
--->3 PM
--->1492
--->New
ago\\
3 PM\\
1492\\
New
York City



29th May '16 11:13:05 PM shado
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* In ''VideoGame/HeavyRain'', each scene begins with the time of day (though not the date) and, starting later in the game, the amount of rainfall in inches.
4th Apr '16 4:42:12 AM PatBerry
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* Used in ''Series/DoctorWho'' epsiode "Midnight" to show how much time had passed between scenes. Also used in the season 4 finale "The Stolen Earth" when we hopped from across the galaxy to where the Doctor's other companions were.

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* Used in ''Series/DoctorWho'' epsiode episode "Midnight" to show how much time had passed between scenes. Also used in the season 4 finale "The Stolen Earth" when we hopped from across the galaxy to where the Doctor's other companions were.



* ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'' has fun of this, particularly in its PilotMovie ''The Adventure Begins'' where it has certain scenes like the Little Green Men's homeworld being under attack titled as "Under Attack", followed by the text replaced with [[CaptainObvious "Obviously"]]; or with a later scene of Booster mopping up the floor of Star Command as "Star Command" and "Caution: Wet Floor" right as several Space Rangers run by.

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* ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'' has fun of with this, particularly in its PilotMovie ''The Adventure Begins'' where it has certain scenes like the Little Green Men's homeworld being under attack titled as "Under Attack", followed by the text replaced with [[CaptainObvious "Obviously"]]; or with a later scene of Booster mopping up the floor of Star Command as "Star Command" and "Caution: Wet Floor" right as several Space Rangers run by.
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