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14th Aug '17 10:06:38 PM Umbethi
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* ''Film/ReignOfFire'': Gideon, the last survivor of the Archangel team, disappears from the story in the latter half. There is a brief mention of Jared wanting to learn from him, but this is quickly dropped and we hear nothing more of the character.
14th Aug '17 1:05:30 PM Umbethi
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** The fate of Paul also, one of the two main characters in the film. He and FinalGirl Ginny seemingly defeat Jason in his cabin and walk away. Then there is a seen of Jason attacking them which may or may not be a dream (we don't see the outcome of it), and we cut to the next morning with Ginny being taken away in an ambulance and asking where Paul is. Paul's fate has been debated ever since the film came out, with good points being made by both sides.
12th Aug '17 1:07:23 PM Umbethi
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* In the 1960 cruise ship disaster film ''The Last Voyage'', the plucky 2nd engineer Walsh - a fairly important character in the story - is last scene jumping overboard and swimming away when the ship enters its final death throes.
* ''Film/{{Prometheus}}'': Three crewmembers (a mercenary named Sheppard and two mechanics) are not seen being killed and are unaccounted for by the end of the film, although if they were still alive by the climax, they probably died when the Prometheus crashed into the alien ship. If so, it's unfortunate for them that they didn't get a say in the matter.
19th Jul '17 10:24:14 PM ecuvulle6267
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* ''Film/{{Help}}'': The gardener from George's room is not seen again after playing the flute in "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away".
17th Jul '17 10:44:23 AM GuyIncog
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* ''Film/SinkTheBismarck'' has entire warships appear and disappear as dictated by their role in the ''Bismarck'' chase. Most notably, the heavy cruiser ''Prinz Eugen'', which accompanied the ''Bismarck'' for the first part of its mission, is never even mentioned again by either side once the two ships split up.
27th Jun '17 8:17:15 AM papyru30
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* Film/RaisingArizona: [[spoiler: We never find out what to all of the characters, Glen goes off to turn HI in, the Snoats are seen inside the car covered in paint, the Arizonas are reunited with their kid, and the [=McDonoughs=] are seen sleeping. HI's dream at the end doesn't tell the story of what actually happens, only what he wants to happen.]]
15th Jun '17 4:02:13 PM TompaDompa
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* In ''Film/TheDraughtsmansContract'', [[spoiler:we never find out for certain who killed Mr. Herbert, though it is {{implied|Trope}} that his [[TilMurderDoUsPart wife]] [[MurderInTheFamily and/or]] [[{{Patricide}} daughter]] was behind it.]]
23rd May '17 12:12:49 AM Arivne
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* ''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal''
** "Den". After Norl splits up with Den during the attempt to steal the Loc-Nar from the Queen, he is never seen again. Since his master Ard ends up with the Loc-Nar, Norl presumably acquired it and returned it to him. However, he doesn't appear during the final battle between the Queen and Ard.
** "So Beautiful, So Dangerous" starts out with government officials discussing mysterious human mutations, and Dr. Anrak seems to be part of a cover-up that is later implied to involve Zeke, Edsel, and the robot. Except the mutation story is completely and utterly forgotten when said aliens abduct Dr. Anrak and Gloria. The behind-the-scenes material on disc implies that this story was [[NoPunIntended heavily]] edited from the original treatment - apparently to the point where it just stops arbitrarily instead of ending. In fact, much that went wrong with this film (particularly the inconsistent animation style, some poor writing in places, and sections that just stop or don't really make sense or were entirely left out like an intended link between Captain Sternn and B-17) can be seen as a combination of inexperience, poor planning, and just plain not enough time and money being spent on the project.
11th Apr '17 4:41:51 PM rodneyAnonymous
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* One particularly bad example was the movie ''Film/FantasticVoyage''. It features Dr. Michaels, the villain, ''and'' the crushed sub, being left behind while the other characters go back to their normal size, despite the fact that Dr. Michaels for some reason doesn't. Isaac Asimov wrote a novelization of the film that corrects this.

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* One particularly bad example was the movie ''Film/FantasticVoyage''. It ''Film/FantasticVoyage'' features Dr. Michaels, the villain, ''and'' the crushed sub, being left behind while the other characters go back to their normal size, despite the fact that Dr. Michaels for some reason doesn't. Isaac Asimov wrote a novelization of the film that corrects this.
23rd Mar '17 11:21:45 AM CosmicFerret
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* In Hallmark's 1999 adaptation of ''Film/AliceInWonderland'', Alice saves three playing cards who were about to be beheaded by the Queen of Hearts for planting white roses instead of red ones, by telling them to jump into her pocket. That's the last anyone ever hears from them. In the book she hides them in a flowerpot, leaving them to get out later by themselves once the heat had died down.

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* In Hallmark's 1999 adaptation of ''Film/AliceInWonderland'', ''Film/AliceInWonderland1999'', Alice saves three playing cards who were about to be beheaded by the Queen of Hearts for planting white roses instead of red ones, by telling them to jump into her pocket. That's the last anyone ever hears from them. In the book she hides them in a flowerpot, leaving them to get out later by themselves once the heat had died down.
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