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21st Aug '16 1:01:21 PM nombretomado
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* Hammond (EddieMurphy) did this to a criminal in ''Film/FortyEightHours''. Then he hits him with this: "What's happening, Luther? I'm sorry about the door man. Did that hurt? [[ThatsGottaHurt It looked real painful when you slammed into it]]."

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* Hammond (EddieMurphy) (Creator/EddieMurphy) did this to a criminal in ''Film/FortyEightHours''. Then he hits him with this: "What's happening, Luther? I'm sorry about the door man. Did that hurt? [[ThatsGottaHurt It looked real painful when you slammed into it]]."
19th Aug '16 10:15:59 PM foxley
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* ''Series/{{Banacek}}'': In "Now You See Me, Now You Don't", a gunman forces Banacek to get into his car and then goes to climb in the passenger side. As he does so, Banacek reserves and knocks him down with the open door.
14th May '16 12:48:44 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* This happened to Deputy Junior a few times in ''{{Reno 911}}''.

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* This happened to Deputy Junior a few times in ''{{Reno ''Series/{{Reno 911}}''.
14th Mar '16 5:36:22 AM foxley
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* Brian 'Memory' Lane does this in the ''NewTricks'' episode "Good Morning Lemmings": opening the door of the surveillance van to flatten a fleeing suspect.

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* Brian 'Memory' Lane does this in the ''NewTricks'' ''Series/NewTricks'' episode "Good Morning Lemmings": opening the door of the surveillance van to flatten a fleeing suspect.


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* ''Series/TheNewAvengers'': In "The Tale of the Big Why", Gambit and Purdey drive after two villains who chasing a man across a field. Gambit opens the door of the Range-Rover as they drive past to knock down one of the villains as he stops to aim his shotgun at the fleeing man.
5th Aug '15 8:21:00 PM Prfnoff
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* LouisCK talked about an incident in which he witnessed a cyclist about to run into a car door. He had several seconds to warn him, but wasn't able to come up with an adequate warning for the cyclist in time, so he just shouted "Bad thing!" to him.

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* LouisCK Creator/LouisCK talked about an incident in which he witnessed a cyclist about to run into a car door. He had several seconds to warn him, but wasn't able to come up with an adequate warning for the cyclist in time, so he just shouted "Bad thing!" to him.



* In ''{{Carmageddon}} TDR 2000'', as long as the doors are still on the vehicle they can be opened to sweep zombie crowds. Depending on the active buff/debuff, it can be useful against other cars, but that's likely to remove the doors.

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* In ''{{Carmageddon}} ''VideoGame/{{Carmageddon}} TDR 2000'', as long as the doors are still on the vehicle they can be opened to sweep zombie crowds. Depending on the active buff/debuff, it can be useful against other cars, but that's likely to remove the doors.
20th Jul '15 3:28:28 PM AndyLA
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* The Ewoks pull this on a speedbike-riding stormtrooper in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''.

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* The Ewoks pull this on a speedbike-riding speederbike-riding stormtrooper in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''.
8th Jul '15 8:40:20 PM foxley
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* ''Series/CSICyber'': "Fire Code" opens with Elijah chasing an informant. They run into an alley and Avery drives into the other end of the alley to block it off. The informant attempts to dodge round the SUV only for Avery to open the door and flatten him.
23rd Mar '15 8:41:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''EmpireRecords'' uses this trope during the scene where Lucas is chasing Warren after the latter was caught shoplifting. After finding different escape routes blocked by Lucas more than once, Warren [[spoiler:his name isn't frikkin' Warren!]] finally finds himself apparently in the clear. He runs away down the sidewalk... right into the suddenly-opened door of the car in which Lucas was hiding.

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* ''EmpireRecords'' ''Film/EmpireRecords'' uses this trope during the scene where Lucas is chasing Warren after the latter was caught shoplifting. After finding different escape routes blocked by Lucas more than once, Warren [[spoiler:his name isn't frikkin' Warren!]] finally finds himself apparently in the clear. He runs away down the sidewalk... right into the suddenly-opened door of the car in which Lucas was hiding.



* Hammond (EddieMurphy) did this to a criminal in ''[[FortyEightHours 48 Hours]]''. Then he hits him with this: "What's happening, Luther? I'm sorry about the door man. Did that hurt? [[ThatsGottaHurt It looked real painful when you slammed into it]]."

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* Hammond (EddieMurphy) did this to a criminal in ''[[FortyEightHours 48 Hours]]''.''Film/FortyEightHours''. Then he hits him with this: "What's happening, Luther? I'm sorry about the door man. Did that hurt? [[ThatsGottaHurt It looked real painful when you slammed into it]]."
1st Mar '15 9:37:40 PM jormis29
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* Magda Szubanski stirred up a hornet's nest by suggesting on an episode of ''GoodNewsWeek'' that drivers should deliberately do this to cyclists.

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* Magda Szubanski stirred up a hornet's nest by suggesting on an episode of ''GoodNewsWeek'' ''Series/GoodNewsWeek'' that drivers should deliberately do this to cyclists.
14th Feb '15 3:22:49 AM Chabal2
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** A variant involves a priest and a lawyer. "[[EvilLawyerJoke Don't worry my son, I got him with the door!]]"
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