A revision of the old YKTTW discussion Body Screen Fill Up because I wasn't being specific enough and people weren't giving me exact examples in their replies.
A very common Western Animation trope where people fill the screen with their bodies. After the character walks into the screen, either the show will cut to a different scene, the same setting will be shown afterwards or the camera will cut to black. It happens during chases or when someone has a flashback. And there isn't any Camera Abuse with it. It can't be that hard to miss.
It's very often used in Nickelodeon, Toon Disney, and Cartoon Network cartoons
Pooh's Grand Adventure: twice, with Eeyore, when he's falling after a bridge he was walking on collapses. And again with Tigger where he and Eeyore run into Rabbit.
Tom and Jerry: The Movie: where Dr. Applecheeks walks towards that ice cream stand with an evil smile. As he fills up the camera, the screen fades to black.
Tweetys High Flying Adventure: At the end of of the prologue. Sylvester says "Well, first things first" while he is walking towards the camera. And his face fills up the screen making it completely black.
The Jungle Book 2: Twice. Once with Baloo as he is walking inside the temple. "Step aside and I'll show you what a real rug cutter can do". Again with Baloo during the song WILD. Does it after he knocks off Timon & Pumbaa look-alikes.
Puss in Boots: with Humpty, when he Puss and Kitty first get into the giant's castle. Humpty, being rolled inside, with his gold disguise fills the screen.
"House of Bloo's Part 1" at the beginning with Terrence where he chases Mac and Bloo. And again with Eduardo and Bloo when Ed is being chased by Bloo.
"House of Bloo's Part 2" with Mr. Herriman as he's walking to his office.
"Dinner is Swerved" when Bloo is chasing a giant chicken leg.
"Adoptcalypse Now" happens twice in a row when Mac chases Coco
"Store Wars" with Bloo when he goes up an escalator.
"Bloooo" when Wilt, Coco, and Ed chasing white Bloo, Ed fills the screen.
"World Wide Wabbit" with Herriman when he goes to his office looking for a file.
"Partying is Such Sweet Soiree" when Ed is riding his bike his face fills the screen.
"Sight For Sore Eyes": happens twice in a row two times with Bloo and Mac. Once when Bloo is goes after some kid mistaking him for Stevie. And again when he charges at a birthday party.
"Squeakerboxxxx" while Bloo is replacing the new squeak toy with the broken one, Eduardo runs in.
"The Land of The Flea" Twice. At the beginning when Eduardo is skipping out of his room to the salon. And again when he runs away from monkeys screaming "WHHHHYY?!"
"The Big Cheese" with Mr. Herriman when he tries to demonstrate the security system. And again with Cheese and Bloo while all the friends are chasing Cheese.
"A Room With a Feud" while Bloo and the others are chasing Peanut Butter, Mac, looking annoyed, walks into the camera
"Nightmare On Wilson Way" Three times. When Eduardo hears Frankie come back in the house, he runs screaming her name; then Bloo and Coco follow him. And then Ed, Bloo, and Coco altogether as they run to the foyer.
"Lisa's Pony" in a scene where Homer's playing tea party with Lisa and Bart and Milhouse make fun of him. Homer notices them and immediately charges at them. He runs towards the camera and his stomach fills up the screen making it completely white.
"Girls Just Want to Have Sums" where Nelson is about to beat up the disguised Lisa
"The Dad Who Knew Too Little" where Homer is about to charge towards some free sample stands
"Brother's Little Helper" The scene where Bart walks into an army base where soldiers are taking showers. He is walking into the camera with a twitchy look on his face
"Homer Defined": with Homer about to push a random button to stop an alarm; with his finger.
"The Perfect Brother" with DW during her fantasy of having two Arthurs. At the very beginning
In the beginning of the episode "DW the Copycat" with DW's dress.
Occurs twice in "Brain's Shocking Secret". First, Mr. Ratburn takes Brain away before he could get a school picture. Brain sighs and then fills up the screen. Next is when Brain is shocked when the clock reads 9 a.m. and he's running out of bed.
The last episode ends with the League members running toward the camera in its final, trope naming "And the Adventure Continues" scene. It notably ends with Batman's logo, causing Batman to provide theBook Ends to the DCAU.
"The Case of the Hiccups": where Papa sends Fievel to bed, his arm fills the screen and the scene fades to the school.
"That's What Friends Are For": near the beginning where Fievel and Tiger are chasing Chula, Both Fievel and Chula's mouths fill the screen then Tiger's stomach.
"Bell The Cats": one close to the beginning where Tiger is being chased by a dog; done with his purple shirt. And another close to the end where the all the cats were being chased by dogs; one of the dog's ears fill the screen.
"Totally Bogus Video" Happens three times. First, when Bogus as a Badass Biker rides towards the screen, his face fills the screen. The second time was when he gets kicked by the ballerina and his mouth fills the screen. The third and final time was when Bogus was being chased by the store owner, with the front of the wind-up getaway car that he rides on filling the screen.
"Klondike Con" with Pumbaa as he and Quint charge inside a cave to rescue Timon from a polar bear; happens with Pumbaa's nose.
"Circus Jerks" with Timon and the very end when he and Pumbaa are blasted out of a cannon out of the circus; happens with Timon's nose
"Rocky Mountain Lie" with Pumbaa when he's taking a bug in an icicle inside a cabin; again with Pumbaa's nose
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