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16th Jun '18 5:35:46 PM analogtime
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** Even worse: the sketch depicts him answering a hotline phone in his office with a voice on the other end saying, "Mr. Incredible, we need your help." In the movie's main timeline, superheroes are outlawed and Bob is underground.
13th Jun '18 7:42:58 PM Littleroadyman
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13th Jun '18 7:42:57 PM Littleroadyman
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* During a promo for a 1998 VHS release of Oliver&Company, an image of a random dog from the scene of "Perfect Isn't Easy" is billed as being voiced by Huey Lewis. Lewis performed the opening song but does not voice any character in the film.
8th Jun '18 5:51:22 PM MarioandSmurfs
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* When Disney was promoting DVD releases of [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon their previous animated classics]] on television in the 2000s, they apparently added [[ToiletHumor farting]] or belching noises (which are not present in the actual films) in some of these commercials (e.g. Sebastian burping in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid:'' Platinum Edition ads, and Captain the horse farting in the ''[[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians 101 Dalmatians]]'': Platinum Edition ads).

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* When Disney was promoting DVD releases of [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon their previous animated classics]] on television in the 2000s, they apparently added [[ToiletHumor farting]] or belching noises (which are not present in the actual films) in some of these commercials (e.g. Sebastian burping in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid:'' Platinum Edition ads, and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIN1i5PsbJg Captain the horse farting farting]] in the ''[[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians 101 Dalmatians]]'': Platinum Edition ads).
3rd Jun '18 4:19:32 PM nombretomado
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* The teaser trailer for ''Disney/{{Mulan}}'' makes the film seem slightly more dramatic and action-packed than it really is. Not that it ''isn't'' dramatic or action-packed, but it's also a Disney animated musical with the requisite comedy, HeartwarmingMoments and family-friendly charm. The teaser trailer only highlights the war drama.

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* The teaser trailer for ''Disney/{{Mulan}}'' makes the film seem slightly more dramatic and action-packed than it really is. Not that it ''isn't'' dramatic or action-packed, but it's also a Disney animated musical with the requisite comedy, HeartwarmingMoments SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments and family-friendly charm. The teaser trailer only highlights the war drama.
1st Jun '18 8:07:33 PM Premonition45
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* The trailers for ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'' show Milo presenting his proposal, making it look like he's really doing the presentation for the Smithsonian board, whereas in the film, he's only rehearsing it and finds out afterwards that they ''deliberately'' rescheduled the presentation to a time he'd missed, thereby giving them an excuse to preemptively turn him down.
17th May '18 8:24:46 AM ooh
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** Shockingly (and rather not surprisingly), the same commercial portrays the independent headstrong Belle as the DamselInDistress that needs to be saved by Beast and the Enchanted Objects. The aforementioned comic battle in the film itself is all about the Beast and Belle has nothing to do with it.
7th Apr '18 5:47:56 PM CartoonFan2009
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* Early ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'' trailers, commercials, and ads depict Scrat as a member of the RagtagBunchOfMisfits, when in reality Scrat doesn't actually travel or interact with the group, save for one brief moment in the middle of the film when they ask him for directions. The trailers also omit the villains and some of the heavier elements.
* In ''WesternAnimation/IceAge2TheMeltdown'', several trailers fail to mention or acknowledge [[KidAppealCharacter Crash and Eddie]], as well as Ellie's role or purpose in the film. However, [[TrailerJokeDecay one frequently-aired commercial did show the "I believe I can fly!" scene]] (a scene which involved Crash and Eddie).

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Early ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'' trailers, commercials, and ads for the first film depict Scrat as a member of the RagtagBunchOfMisfits, when in reality Scrat doesn't actually travel or interact with the group, save for one brief moment in the middle of the film when they ask him for directions. The trailers also omit the villains and some of the heavier elements.
* ** In ''WesternAnimation/IceAge2TheMeltdown'', several trailers fail to mention or acknowledge [[KidAppealCharacter Crash and Eddie]], as well as Ellie's role or purpose in the film. However, [[TrailerJokeDecay one frequently-aired commercial did show the "I believe I can fly!" scene]] (a scene which involved Crash and Eddie).
14th Mar '18 2:00:59 AM ActualScientist
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* The trailer for ''WesternAnimation/BatmanAssaultOnArkham'' made it looks like the ComicBook/SuicideSquad was being sent into Arkham to deal with the Joker getting his hands on a dirty bomb. While it does form the climax and Batman is indeed on that case, the reason given to the team is that the Riddler had gotten his hands on information relating to the Squad. [[spoiler: The ''real'' reason is for most of the Squad to stir up a mess while Frost tries to kill the Riddler as he knows how to diffuse the bombs in the Squad's necks.]]

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* The trailer for ''WesternAnimation/BatmanAssaultOnArkham'' made it looks like the ComicBook/SuicideSquad was being sent into Arkham to deal with the Joker getting his hands on a dirty bomb. While it does form the climax and Batman is indeed on that case, the reason given to the team is that the Riddler had gotten his hands on information relating to the Squad. [[spoiler: The ''real'' reason is for most of the Squad to stir up a mess while Frost tries to kill the Riddler as he knows how to diffuse defuse the bombs in the Squad's necks.]]
26th Feb '18 11:23:14 PM lalalei2001
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* The trailers for ''{{Film/A Christmas Carol|2009}}'' made it look like a goofy, kiddy version of the story, not aided by the fact that it stars Creator/JimCarrey. The actual movie, however, is surprisingly faithful and keeps most of the original's story characteristics intact, including the horror. Some reviews actually complained that it was oddly dark for a Christmas movie; you have to wonder if they were familiar with the story at all or had been dulled due to the number of bowdlerized versions of the tale.

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* The trailers for ''{{Film/A ''{{WesternAnimation/A Christmas Carol|2009}}'' made it look like a goofy, kiddy version of the story, not aided by the fact that it stars Creator/JimCarrey. The actual movie, however, is surprisingly faithful and keeps most of the original's story characteristics intact, including the horror. Some reviews actually complained that it was oddly dark for a Christmas movie; you have to wonder if they were familiar with the story at all or had been dulled due to the number of bowdlerized versions of the tale.horror.
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