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14th Jun '18 8:05:10 PM AnoneMouseJr
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Clue}}'': The book ''The ''Secret'' Secret Passage'' includes the chapter "Trick or Treat", set on Halloween, with seven characters in six costumes. The last to arrive at the mansion is a two-headed man with a knife in each head, who turns out to be two guests sharing one outfit.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Clue}}'': ''Literature/{{Clue}}'': The book ''The ''Secret'' Secret Passage'' includes the chapter "Trick or Treat", set on Halloween, with seven characters in six costumes. The last to arrive at the mansion is a two-headed man with a knife in each head, who turns out to be two guests sharing one outfit.
16th Apr '18 4:01:56 PM SeizureFerret
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* In ''Anime/RuneSoldierLouie'', the main character, Louie, fist fights in a tournament with an assassin, only to find that his opponent's executioner mask covered head is a disguise for a really, really tiny second assassin, who attempts to knife the tournament's sponsor[[spoiler:] ...and fails.]]

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* In ''Anime/RuneSoldierLouie'', the main character, Louie, fist fights in a tournament with an assassin, only to find that his opponent's executioner mask covered head is a disguise for a really, really tiny second assassin, who attempts to knife the tournament's sponsor[[spoiler:] ...sponsor[[spoiler: ...and fails.]]
19th Mar '18 7:46:13 PM PaulA
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* In a strip from ''Webcomic/{{Oglaf}}'', this trick is performed by two men allegedly trying to assassinate a prince; they disguise themselves as a single deer on his hunting grounds, and then are supposed to kill him behind his back. The ploy takes an odd turn when an actual buck tries to battle them for dominance. The man in the front loses his half of the disguise, but wins by punching the buck. The other man "plays along" by asserting his "dominance" by having sex with a doe... [[SquIck which turned out to be his original intent for the ruse anyway.]]

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* In a strip from ''Webcomic/{{Oglaf}}'', this trick is performed by two men allegedly trying to assassinate a prince; they disguise themselves as a single deer on his hunting grounds, and then are supposed to kill him behind his back. The ploy takes an odd turn when an actual buck tries to battle them for dominance. The man in the front loses his half of the disguise, but wins by punching the buck. The other man "plays along" by asserting his "dominance" by having sex with a doe... [[SquIck which turned out to be his original intent for the ruse anyway.]]
19th Feb '18 2:01:07 PM jormis29
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* In [[GnomeoAndJuliet Sherlock Gnomes]], Sherlock and Juliet disguise themselves as a squirrel.

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* In [[GnomeoAndJuliet Sherlock Gnomes]], ''WesternAnimation/SherlockGnomes'', Sherlock and Juliet disguise themselves as a squirrel.
12th Nov '17 5:54:03 PM ZePappyPawtrol
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In [[GnomeoAndJuliet Sherlock Gnomes]], Sherlock and Juliet disguise themselves as a squirrel.

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* In [[GnomeoAndJuliet Sherlock Gnomes]], Sherlock and Juliet disguise themselves as a squirrel.
12th Nov '17 5:52:48 PM ZePappyPawtrol
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In [[GnomeoAndJuliet Sherlock Gnomes]], Sherlock and Juliet disguise themselves as a squirrel.
20th Sep '17 1:18:08 AM foxley
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* ''Series/DadsArmy'': In "Operation Kilt", Jones and Walker attempt to use a pantomime cow to sneak up on a highland regiment during a training exercise.
* ''Series/TheGoodies'': In "Gender Education", the Goodies abduct a notorious MP and take his place on a chat show: all three of them. They do this by sharing on enormous moustache and speaking in unison.
15th Jun '17 1:35:40 PM jtierney50
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* Used ''hilariously'' in ''Theatre/AVeryPotterMusical'': in the films, Quirrell is played by one man, with Voldemort's face [=CGI=]d onto the back of his head. In the show, it's simply two men, standing back to back, in one gigantic robe with an oversized turban. This is PlayedForLaughs often, but ''especially'' when Quirrell attempts to go to bed by falling backwards while Voldemort falls face forward onto the bed.
** The Hungarian Horntail is similarly played by three people in a (rather bad) dragon costume.
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4th Apr '17 7:34:47 AM Eddy1215
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* On two separate occasions in ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'', Fred and Barney ended up wearing a dinosaur costume and a cow costume, with Fred in front and Barney in back (being forced by Fred under penalty of a punched nose).
22nd Feb '17 7:48:58 PM gewunomox
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* The 'cojoined twin sisters' "Eva" and "Lyn", a.k.a. Evelyn and Evelyn Neville of the ''EvelynEvelyn'' musical act are portrayed by Amanda Palmer and Jason Webley. One supplies the left hand, the other the right hand, even when playing the ukulele. According to the web site "The sisters are parapagus tripus dibrachius twins, sharing three legs, two arms, three lungs, two hearts and a single liver."

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* The 'cojoined twin sisters' "Eva" and "Lyn", a.k.a. Evelyn and Evelyn Neville of the ''EvelynEvelyn'' ''Music/EvelynEvelyn'' musical act are portrayed by Amanda Palmer and Jason Webley. One supplies the left hand, the other the right hand, even when playing the ukulele. According to the web site "The sisters are parapagus tripus dibrachius twins, sharing three legs, two arms, three lungs, two hearts and a single liver."
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