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10th Jan '18 5:13:48 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* Averted in the Australian TV series ''Fire'', where the firemen can't use the pole because it violates Occupational Health & Safety regulations (i.e. too many people have been injured using it).

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* Averted in the Australian TV series ''Fire'', where the firemen can't use the pole because it violates Occupational Health & and Safety regulations (i.e. too many people have been injured using it).
9th Dec '17 6:26:26 AM JackG
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* ''Series/BlakesSeven''. The ''Scorpio'' launch sequence in Season D. The spacecraft is lifted out of the ElaborateUndergroundBase on a giant elevator, launches from a letterbox-shaped entrance set in a cliff, flies through a narrow canyon and up into outer space. Reverse for landing.



* ''Series/BlakesSeven''. The ''Scorpio'' launch sequence in Season D. The spacecraft is lifted out of the ElaborateUndergroundBase on a giant elevator, launches from a letterbox-shaped entrance set in a cliff, flies through a narrow canyon and up into outer space. Reverse for landing.

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* ''Series/BlakesSeven''. The ''Scorpio'' launch sequence in Season D. The spacecraft is lifted out of the ElaborateUndergroundBase on a giant elevator, launches from a letterbox-shaped entrance set in a cliff, flies through a narrow canyon and up into outer space. Reverse for landing.
9th Dec '17 6:25:58 AM JackG
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* ''Series/BlakesSeven''. The ''Scorpio'' launch sequence in Season D. The spacecraft is lifted out of the ElaborateUndergroundBase on a giant elevator, launches from a letterbox-shaped entrance set in a cliff, flies through a narrow canyon and up into outer space. Reverse for landing.
27th Nov '17 6:28:39 AM JackG
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* RealityEnsues in ''Attack of the 50-Ft. Half-Klingon'' when [[Series/StarTrekVoyager Tom Paris]] dives into a vacutube and flies out the other end in a blast of compressed air, dust and household vermin.
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1st Sep '17 10:39:36 AM tropower
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* ''WesternAnimation/InchHighPrivateEye'' features this in the opening sequence, and in some episodes of the show. Laurie and Gator would rise from a secret passage to the street in their electric Hushmobile, then they would drive to a certain place where Inch goes down an outdoor gutter pipe and flies out the other end where Gator would catch him with a catcher's mitt[[note]]Due to the way it's drawn, it looks more like a normal baseball glove, but is implied to be a catcher's mitt.[[/note], then they would drive off to their next case.

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* ''WesternAnimation/InchHighPrivateEye'' features this in the opening sequence, and in some episodes of the show. Laurie and Gator would rise from a secret passage to the street in their electric Hushmobile, then they would drive to a certain place where Inch goes down an outdoor gutter pipe and flies out the other end where Gator would catch him with a catcher's mitt[[note]]Due to the way it's drawn, it looks more like a normal baseball glove, but is implied to be a catcher's mitt.[[/note], [[/note]], then they would drive off to their next case.
27th Aug '17 6:54:12 AM tropower
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Not to be confused with ToTheBatnoun

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Not to be confused with ToTheBatnoun
ToTheBatnoun (although the two do sometimes overlap).


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* ''WesternAnimation/InchHighPrivateEye'' features this in the opening sequence, and in some episodes of the show. Laurie and Gator would rise from a secret passage to the street in their electric Hushmobile, then they would drive to a certain place where Inch goes down an outdoor gutter pipe and flies out the other end where Gator would catch him with a catcher's mitt[[note]]Due to the way it's drawn, it looks more like a normal baseball glove, but is implied to be a catcher's mitt.[[/note], then they would drive off to their next case.
4th Aug '17 8:37:22 AM nighttrainfm
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** Bruce has a hidden door in his penthouse that presumably leads to a sort of mini-Batcave where he keeps a spare costume. A pair of guests see him opening it and assume it's a secret SafeRoom (and that he is a massive prick for locking the door right behind himself, leaving them in danger)

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** Bruce has a hidden door in his penthouse that presumably leads to a sort of mini-Batcave where he keeps a spare costume. A pair of guests see him opening it and assume it's a secret SafeRoom panic room (and that he is a massive prick for locking the door right behind himself, leaving them in danger)danger).
1st Apr '17 9:41:08 AM nombretomado
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* Played for laughs in ''OuranHighSchoolHostClub''. A powerful motor rumbles and Renge rises up out of the ground on a slowly rotating platform, affecting a NoblewomansLaugh. It was weird enough when it happened in Music Room 3, but she apparently has similar rigs set up all over Japan.

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* Played for laughs in ''OuranHighSchoolHostClub''.''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub''. A powerful motor rumbles and Renge rises up out of the ground on a slowly rotating platform, affecting a NoblewomansLaugh. It was weird enough when it happened in Music Room 3, but she apparently has similar rigs set up all over Japan.
20th Mar '17 7:23:53 AM Gregzilla
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* Demolished in the [[WaltDisney Disney]] movie ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'': the antagonists have a clothes-changing rollercoaster (in pre-Spanish South America; go with it) behind one of two switches. Not even its owner seems to remember which switch sends the puller into the [[SharkPool moat]]. ([[NoOSHACompliance "Why do we even have that lever?"]]) When the good guys ride it later on, they finish dressed in the definitely non-fitting outfits of the bad guys.

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* Demolished in the [[WaltDisney Disney]] Creator/{{Disney}} movie ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'': the antagonists have a clothes-changing rollercoaster (in pre-Spanish South America; go with it) behind one of two switches. Not even its owner seems to remember which switch sends the puller into the [[SharkPool moat]]. ([[NoOSHACompliance ([[InventionalWisdom "Why do we even have that lever?"]]) When the good guys ride it later on, they finish dressed in the definitely non-fitting outfits of the bad guys.
15th Mar '17 4:05:25 PM AndyLA
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-->'''Connor:''' Don't you want the details first?
-->'''Ollie:''' ''(off-panel, pulling his son by the shirt)'' No. Tell me on the way. Expensive works of art are under threat. Time's the essence!
-->'''Connor:''' How about going down the Bat-poles?
-->'''Ollie:''' Screw you.

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-->'''Connor:''' Don't Do you even want to hear about the details first?
details?
-->'''Ollie:''' ''(off-panel, pulling his son Connor by the shirt)'' No. Tell No, tell me on the way. Expensive Very expensive works of art are under threat. Time's the essence!
in danger. Every second counts.
-->'''Connor:''' How about going down You wanna run to the Bat-poles?
Bat-poles.
-->'''Ollie:''' Screw you.Shut up.
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