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22nd Sep '16 9:34:52 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/BirthOfANation'' pulled together all of the little camera tricks and editing techniques that were tried in the early years of film into a coherent set of storytelling tools, making it one of the most important movies in the history of film. It was also horrendously racist. The gymnastics film history classes have to go through because of this are quite amusing.

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* ''Film/BirthOfANation'' ''Film/{{The Birth of a Nation|1915}}'' pulled together all of the little camera tricks and editing techniques that were tried in the early years of film into a coherent set of storytelling tools, making it one of the most important movies in the history of film. It was also horrendously racist. The gymnastics film history classes have to go through because of this are quite amusing.
30th Aug '16 7:01:44 PM nombretomado
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* If this trope is possible on one network, then Music/HilaryDuff is the trope codifier for the current batch of teenage {{Idol Singer}}s on DisneyChannel. Before her, Disney Channel stars didn't really do much outside of the show. After her, Disney practically required all of their actresses to sing regardless of talent.

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* If this trope is possible on one network, then Music/HilaryDuff is the trope codifier for the current batch of teenage {{Idol Singer}}s on DisneyChannel.Creator/DisneyChannel. Before her, Disney Channel stars didn't really do much outside of the show. After her, Disney practically required all of their actresses to sing regardless of talent.
21st Aug '16 2:38:29 PM MorgenReiter
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** Music/{{Metallica}}, Music/{{Slayer}}, and Music/ExodusBand are the codifiers for ThrashMetal, with the vast majority of thrash bands modelling themselves on one of the three.

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** Music/{{Metallica}}, Music/{{Slayer}}, and Music/ExodusBand are the codifiers for American ThrashMetal, with the vast majority of thrash bands modelling themselves on one of the three.three. In Germany, the codifiers are Music/{{Kreator}}, Music/{{Sodom}}, and Music/{{Destruction}} (collectively known as the Three Teutonic Kings of Thrash Metal), and in Brazil, the codifiers are Music/{{Sepultura}}, Sarcófago, and Vulcano.



*** For Viking Metal, the codifiers are Music/{{Enslaved}} and Graveland.
*** Music/{{Silencer}} and Xasthur codified Depressive[=/=]Suicidal Black Metal.
*** Burzum and Darkthrone also codified the one- or two-man studio-only metal band. While not the first metal bands to do this, and not even the first BlackMetal bands to do it (see latter-day Bathory for an example), they were the first bands where such and arrangement was a central part of their identities, and given their status as major inspirations for many bands, many of those band unsurprisingly also set themselves up like them.



*** For Death-Doom Metal the codifiers are early Music/MyDyingBride, Music/{{Katatonia}} and Music/ParadiseLost.

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*** For Death-Doom Metal Death[=/=]Doom Metal, the codifiers are early Music/MyDyingBride, Music/{{Katatonia}} and Music/ParadiseLost.Music/ParadiseLost.
*** While Stoner Metal existed before Music/ElectricWizard, the band in general and their third album ''Dopethrone'' in particular are what cemented the genre as a force in the metal community.
*** The codifiers for Sludge Metal are generally agreed to be Music/{{Crowbar}} and Music/{{Eyehategod}}.
*** Music/{{Isis}} is considered to have codified Post Metal, with Neurosis being the TropeMaker and Music/{{Godflesh}} being the UrExample.



** While Music/{{Pantera}}'s status as {{Groove Metal}}'s TropeMaker is debatable (whether they or Exhorder hold the status as the "first" groove band depends on who you ask), they undoubtedly the band that set the tone for the rest of the genre from them onward.

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** While Music/{{Pantera}}'s status as {{Groove Metal}}'s TropeMaker is debatable (whether they or Exhorder hold the status as the "first" groove band depends on who you ask), they undoubtedly were the band that set the tone for the rest of the genre from them onward.



** For the HardcorePunk subgenre, the codifiers are considered to be Music/BlackFlag, Music/BadBrains, and Music/MinorThreat for the Eastern United States and Music/TheDeadKennedys for the Western United States.

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** For the HardcorePunk subgenre, the codifiers are considered to be Music/BlackFlag, Music/BadBrains, and Music/MinorThreat for the Eastern United States and Music/TheDeadKennedys Music/DeadKennedys for the Western United States.
31st Jul '16 2:01:30 PM ReynTime250
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* While ''Manga/BlackLagoon'', introduced the ClusterFBomb and SirSwearsALot tropes in anime, ''Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt'' has the most swearing out of any anime.

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* While ''Manga/BlackLagoon'', ''Manga/BlackLagoon'' introduced the ClusterFBomb and SirSwearsALot tropes in anime, ''Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt'' has the most swearing out of any anime.
31st Jul '16 2:00:28 PM ReynTime250
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* While ''Manga/BlackLagoon'', introduced the ClusterFBomb and SirSwearsALot tropes in anime, ''Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt'' has the most swearing out of any anime.
28th Jul '16 2:22:22 PM DesertDragon
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* ''Film/BirthOfANation'' pulled together all of the little camera tricks and editing techniques that were tried in the early years of film into a coherent set of storytelling tools. It was also horrendously racist. The gymnastics film history classes have to go through because of this are quite amusing.

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* ''Film/BirthOfANation'' pulled together all of the little camera tricks and editing techniques that were tried in the early years of film into a coherent set of storytelling tools.tools, making it one of the most important movies in the history of film. It was also horrendously racist. The gymnastics film history classes have to go through because of this are quite amusing.


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* While SteamPunk existed before the 1998 film ''Film/WildWildWest'', the movie brought it into the mainstream for the first time, combining Victorian aesthetics with pre-electric machinery. Most Steam Punk fans don't ''like'' admitting that the genre owes so much to a 90's Creator/WillSmith movie, but its visual effects were widely praised as the film's sole redeeming feature, and its influence can be seen in Steam Punk works to this day.
26th Jul '16 7:02:29 AM Kitchen90
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* The Film/CarryOn franchise confided AffectionateParody because of their movies based on other films and genres; it also broke barriers between claims of copyright from Hollywood, who threatened to sue them, eventually losing their case in court.[[note]]This is probably the reason why parody is filed under Fair Use.[[/note]] However, the movies were the TropeMaker of AwfulBritishSexComedy (the confiders were ''Film/ConfessionsOfA'' series) due to the use of explicit nudity [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar in a time when British media was against it]]. Ironically, when the Carry On franchise did a parody full of blatant {{fanservice}}, it was called [[FanonDiscontinuity one of the worst in the series]].
24th Jul '16 10:15:52 PM brb1006
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* Peter Rabbit along with his sisters Mopsy,Flopsy, and Cottontail from ''Literature/TheTaleOfPeterRabbit'' serve as the codifier for the earliest use of bunnies seen eating a carrot which has become a [[StockAnimalDiet major stereotype for bunnies in general]]. The rabbit characters could also be one of the earliest uses of [[BunniesForCuteness rabbits seen in media that are portrayed as cute and adorable looking]] which wasn't a common trope for bunnies back when the original story was made in 1901. But would later become one of the more well-known tropes associated for rabbits besides the RascallyRabbit Trope which has also been popularized thanks to WesternAnimation/BugsBunny.

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* Peter Rabbit along with his sisters Mopsy,Flopsy, and Cottontail from ''Literature/TheTaleOfPeterRabbit'' serve as the codifier for the earliest use of bunnies seen eating a carrot which has become a [[StockAnimalDiet major stereotype for bunnies in general]]. The rabbit characters could also be one of the earliest uses of [[BunniesForCuteness rabbits seen in media that are portrayed as cute and adorable looking]] which wasn't a common trope for bunnies back when the original story was made in 1901. But would later become one of the more well-known tropes associated for rabbits besides the RascallyRabbit Trope which has had also been popularized thanks to WesternAnimation/BugsBunny. made popular by Bugs Bunny.
24th Jul '16 10:09:42 PM brb1006
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* Peter Rabbit along with his sisters Mopsy,Flopsy, and Cottontail from ''Literature/TheTaleOfPeterRabbit'' serve as the codifier for the earliest use of bunnies seen eating a carrot which has become a [[StockAnimalDiet major stereotype for bunnies in general]]. The rabbit characters could also be one of the earliest uses of [[BunniesForCuteness rabbits seen in media that are portrayed as cute and adorable looking]] which wasn't a common trope for bunnies back when the original story was made in 1901. But would later become one of the more well-known tropes associated for rabbits besides the RascallyRabbit Trope which has also popularity thanks to WesternAnimation/BugsBunny.

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* Peter Rabbit along with his sisters Mopsy,Flopsy, and Cottontail from ''Literature/TheTaleOfPeterRabbit'' serve as the codifier for the earliest use of bunnies seen eating a carrot which has become a [[StockAnimalDiet major stereotype for bunnies in general]]. The rabbit characters could also be one of the earliest uses of [[BunniesForCuteness rabbits seen in media that are portrayed as cute and adorable looking]] which wasn't a common trope for bunnies back when the original story was made in 1901. But would later become one of the more well-known tropes associated for rabbits besides the RascallyRabbit Trope which has also popularity been popularized thanks to WesternAnimation/BugsBunny.
24th Jul '16 10:06:33 PM brb1006
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* Peter Rabbit along with his sisters Mopsy,Flopsy, and Cottontail from ''Literature/TheTaleOfPeterRabbit'' serve as the codifier for the earliest use of bunnies seen eating a carrot which has become a [[StockAnimalDiet major stereotype for bunnies in general]]. The rabbit characters could also be one of the earliest uses of [[BunniesForCuteness rabbits seen in media that are portrayed as cute and adorable looking]] which wasn't a common trope for bunnies back when the original story was made in 1901. But would later become one of the more well-known tropes associated for rabbits besides the RascallyRabbit Trope.

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* Peter Rabbit along with his sisters Mopsy,Flopsy, and Cottontail from ''Literature/TheTaleOfPeterRabbit'' serve as the codifier for the earliest use of bunnies seen eating a carrot which has become a [[StockAnimalDiet major stereotype for bunnies in general]]. The rabbit characters could also be one of the earliest uses of [[BunniesForCuteness rabbits seen in media that are portrayed as cute and adorable looking]] which wasn't a common trope for bunnies back when the original story was made in 1901. But would later become one of the more well-known tropes associated for rabbits besides the RascallyRabbit Trope.Trope which has also popularity thanks to WesternAnimation/BugsBunny.
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