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28th Jul '17 10:57:42 AM rva98014
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* In a sequence ultimately cut from ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' but which survives as a deleted scene, we see Nick being repeatedly rejected by every bank in town as he tries to secure a loan to finance a theme park he wants to build. Some of it is due to FantasticRacism, some due to his [[MortonsFork lack of preexisting credit]], and some due to his [[InnocentlyInsensitive inadvertently offending the lenders with his expressions]]. Finally, pathetically, he tries one last time with TheMafiya...and succeeds.

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* In a sequence ultimately cut from While in the development stage, an earlier version of ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' but which survives had Nick as the central protagonist and a deleted scene, we see scene shows Nick being repeatedly rejected by every bank in town as he tries to secure a loan to finance a theme park he wants to build. Some of it is due to FantasticRacism, some due to his [[MortonsFork lack of preexisting credit]], and some due to his [[InnocentlyInsensitive inadvertently offending the lenders with his expressions]]. Finally, pathetically, he tries one last time with TheMafiya...and succeeds.
20th May '17 5:44:53 PM nombretomado
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* ''WaterlooRoad''.

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* ''WaterlooRoad''.%%* ''Series/WaterlooRoad''.
13th May '17 4:23:22 PM TheGreatUnknown
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* In a sequence ultimately cut from ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' but which survives as a deleted scene, we see Nick being repeatedly rejected by every bank in town as he tries to secure a loan to finance a theme park he wants to build. Some of it is due to FantasticRacism, some due to his [[MortonsFork lack of preexisting credit]], and some due to his [[InnocentlyInsensitive inadvertently offending the lenders with his expressions]]. Finally, pathetically, he tries one last time with TheMafiya...and succeeds.
4th Feb '17 1:44:55 AM mlsmithca
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* In the film adaptation of ''Literature/TheDayOfTheLocust'', former vaudeville performer Harry Greener sells silver polish door to door partly to give himself an outlet to keep performing vaudeville routines before launching into sales patter. However, he was unsuccessful as a vaudeville performer, and is even less so as a salesman; one woman cuts him off before he can get more than a few sentences into his patter, a man mowing his lawn turns tail and runs as soon as Harry goes from a magic trick to a sales pitch, and another woman simply slams the door on him. By the time he gets to accountant Homer Simpson's house, he is a dishevelled mess.
11th Dec '16 7:52:44 PM 64SuperNintendo
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8th Dec '16 11:27:48 AM Andyroid
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* Of course, the salesman montage in the [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad email]] "montage", featuring The Cheat and a Wagon Fulla Pancakes, backed with the snippet of song quoted above.

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* Of course, One of the salesman montage montages in the [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad email]] "montage", featuring WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail "montage" features The Cheat and a Wagon Fulla Pancakes, backed with the snippet of song quoted above.Pancakes as "down-on-their-luck door-to-door salesmen".


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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheAlvinShow'' opens with a montage of Dave Seville getting turned down by radio stations when he asks them to play the Chipmunks' new song.
21st Aug '16 4:24:08 AM eroock
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* ''The Secret of My Success.'' After a rapid-fire sequence of rejections, Michael J. Fox declares, "Whatever the exception is, I can fix it. I can be older, I can be taller, I can be anything." The interviewer asks, "Can you be a minority woman?"

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* ''The Secret of My Success.'' ''Film/TheSecretOfMySuccess'': After a rapid-fire sequence of rejections, Michael J. Fox declares, "Whatever the exception is, I can fix it. I can be older, I can be taller, I can be anything." The interviewer asks, "Can you be a minority woman?"
6th Jul '16 7:53:03 PM jasonbres
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* In the ''{{Doug}}'' episode "Doug Door-to-Door", Doug faces this when attempting to sell candy for his scouting group.
16th Jun '16 3:52:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* An episode of TheCrampTwins has [[InsufferableGenius Lucien]] accompanying his door-to-door salesman father on a day at work, and loudly mentioning the awful ingredients of the products Mr Cramp is trying to sell, and we get a montage of doors being slammed as he lists all the possible side-effects, ending with Cramp coming home and declaring it his worst day ever. The next day we see [[{{Jerkass}} Wayne]] making sell after sell as he shamelessly lies and makes outrageous promises to persuade people to buy, ending with Cramp coming home and declaring it his best day ever while singing Wayne's praises. [[spoiler: It turns into an OhCrap when Lucien informs him that he failed to notice that Wayne had closed a deal by promising a customer ponies that belong to Cramp's BadBoss's SpoiledBrat daughter]].

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* An episode of TheCrampTwins ''WesternAnimation/TheCrampTwins'' has [[InsufferableGenius Lucien]] accompanying his door-to-door salesman father on a day at work, and loudly mentioning the awful ingredients of the products Mr Cramp is trying to sell, and we get a montage of doors being slammed as he lists all the possible side-effects, ending with Cramp coming home and declaring it his worst day ever. The next day we see [[{{Jerkass}} Wayne]] making sell after sell as he shamelessly lies and makes outrageous promises to persuade people to buy, ending with Cramp coming home and declaring it his best day ever while singing Wayne's praises. [[spoiler: It turns into an OhCrap when Lucien informs him that he failed to notice that Wayne had closed a deal by promising a customer ponies that belong to Cramp's BadBoss's SpoiledBrat daughter]].
11th May '16 2:51:53 PM kyeo
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* In issue 24 of ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational'', Maxwell Lord throws a party, inviting several superheroes under the pretext of opening a branch of the League to be based in Europe. He tasks Oberon with asking all the prospective candidates a series of personal--and as it turns out, rather invasive--questions. The heroes' reactions grow from incredulous to annoyed to insulted rather [[http://oi31.tinypic.com/24pj7ys.jpg quickly]].
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