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* Anne Hathaway's character "Princess Mia" in "The Princess Diaries 2" gets her foot stomped on by a clumsy dancer. Later on the same dance she is walking with her friend and she steps on Nicholas' foot. Later when they meet again and she finds out Lord Nicholas is after the crown she stomps on his foot full force and he winces in pain. She leaves in a furious mood and then he slowly limps out of the scene being helped to walk by a female assistant.



* In ''Film/MissCongeniality'', Gracie demonstrates the "SING" self-defense technique as part of her talent exhibition: '''S'''olar plexus, '''I'''nstep, '''N'''ose, '''G'''roin.

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* In ''Film/MissCongeniality'', ''Film/MissCongeniality'',in ths opening scene Gracie is a little girl and she is fighting with a bully. She stomps on his foot and he starts hopping on the other one grabbing that foot in pain. Later she is being held by a russian man with a knife on her throat and she stomps on his right foot with her sneaker and breaks his grip. And then in other scene Gracie demonstrates the "SING" self-defense technique as part of her talent exhibition: '''S'''olar plexus, '''I'''nstep, '''N'''ose, '''G'''roin.'''G'''roin and when she says Instep she stomps on Eric's foot.


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* ''Film/TheyShallNotGrowOld'' includes fully-restored footage of soldiers suffering from trench foot.


* In ''Film/ChaiLaiAngelsDangerousFlowers'', BigBad Dragon slams his ClassyCane down the floor in a fit o rage. Unfortunately, he slams down on top of Kong's bare foot, driving it all the way through his foot.

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* In ''Film/ChaiLaiAngelsDangerousFlowers'', BigBad Dragon slams his ClassyCane down the floor in a fit o of rage. Unfortunately, he slams it down on top of Kong's bare foot, driving it all the way through his foot.

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* In ''Film/ChaiLaiAngelsDangerousFlowers'', BigBad Dragon slams his ClassyCane down the floor in a fit o rage. Unfortunately, he slams down on top of Kong's bare foot, driving it all the way through his foot.


* ''Film/YoungLadyChatterleyII'': After Lady Chatterley turns down his offer to buy the estate, he becomes so frustrated that he kicks the wheel of his car and breaks his foot. At the end of the film, lady Chatterley thwarts his scheme to drive the estate bankrupt so he can purchase it, and he angrily kicks a rock; breaking his other foot.

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* ''Film/YoungLadyChatterleyII'': After Lady Chatterley turns down his offer to buy the estate, he Beechum becomes so frustrated that he kicks the wheel of his car and breaks his foot. At the end of the film, lady Lady Chatterley thwarts his scheme to drive the estate bankrupt so he can purchase it, and he angrily kicks a rock; breaking his other foot.

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* The police captain gets shot in the foot when he tries to take the gun off Elliot in ''Film/ThirteenSins''.

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* In ''Film/JuliaX'', Jessica nails The Stranger's feet to the floor with a pair of iron spikes. He later yanks the spikes out with his bare hands.


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* In the musical ''[[{{Film/Annie1982}} Annie]]'' the main character stomp very hard on the foot of the evil orphanage matron, Miss Hannigan.

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* In the musical ''[[{{Film/Annie1982}} Annie]]'' ''Film/{{Annie|1982}}'' the main character stomp very hard on the foot of the evil orphanage matron, Miss Hannigan.

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* ''Film/YoungLadyChatterleyII'': After Lady Chatterley turns down his offer to buy the estate, he becomes so frustrated that he kicks the wheel of his car and breaks his foot. At the end of the film, lady Chatterley thwarts his scheme to drive the estate bankrupt so he can purchase it, and he angrily kicks a rock; breaking his other foot.


* A standard element of innumerable silent-era comedies, and classic sound-era comedies by the likes of Creator/LaurelAndHardy, Film/TheThreeStooges, etc.
* In the ''Film/GeorgeOfTheJungle'' movie, Ursula kicks Lyle in the shins to escape and he hops around for a bit before grabbing her again.



* In ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'', Barf gets his foot crushed under a massive statue. When he removes his foot, not only does he hop about in pain, but his foot is comically flattened.
* Another Mel Brooks example: UpToEleven in ''Film/HistoryOfTheWorldPartI'', when cavemen discover that the screams produces when heavy stones are dropped on their feet can be arranged into music.

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* In ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'', Barf gets his foot crushed under a massive statue. When he removes his foot, not only does he hop about in pain, but his foot is comically flattened.
* Another Mel Brooks example: UpToEleven in
''Film/HistoryOfTheWorldPartI'', when cavemen discover that the screams produces when heavy stones are dropped on their feet can be arranged into music.



* This gag was also used in ''Film/ItsAMadMadMadMadWorld''. [[spoiler: Russell and Hawthorne fight each other after crashing the car that they were riding together in, but when Russell attempts to kick Hawthorne after knocking him to the ground, he hits his foot against a rock, causing him to hop in pain while holding his foot.]]



* ''Film/TwentyOneJumpStreet'': On his way out of being dismissed from the principal's office, Jenko kicks a waste bucket. Schmidt, viewing all this and tries the same only to end up failing to kick the "right place", hopping and howling in pain.


* In ''Who Am I?'', Creator/JackieChan loses his shoes in one scene. The mooks immediately capitalize by repeatedly stomping on his feet. Jackie eventually dons wooden clogs and returns the favor.

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* In ''Who Am I?'', ''Film/WhoAmI1998'', Creator/JackieChan loses his shoes in one scene. The mooks immediately capitalize by repeatedly stomping on his feet. Jackie eventually dons wooden clogs and returns the favor.


* In ''Film/{{Barbershop}}'', thieves [[StupidCrooks J.D. and Billy]] try to haul an ATM they stole from a convenience store the night prior into J.D.'s apartment room. When Billy sees a guy that owes him money from a [[NoodleIncident unknown gambling game]], he loses hold of the ATM, which drops directly on J.D.'s foot.

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* In ''Film/{{Barbershop}}'', thieves [[StupidCrooks J.D. and Billy]] try to haul an ATM they stole from a convenience store the night prior into J.D.'s apartment room. When Billy sees a guy that owes him money from a an [[NoodleIncident unknown gambling game]], he loses hold of the ATM, which drops directly on J.D.'s foot.

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* In ''Film/{{Barbershop}}'', thieves [[StupidCrooks J.D. and Billy]] try to haul an ATM they stole from a convenience store the night prior into J.D.'s apartment room. When Billy sees a guy that owes him money from a [[NoodleIncident unknown gambling game]], he loses hold of the ATM, which drops directly on J.D.'s foot.


* ''Revenge'' (2017). The heroine is being chased by a villain who is not wearing shoes, so she smashes her flashlight against a rock, leaving glass shards on the ground that he steps on. We then have a gory sequence of him trying to remove a deeply buried shard with his fingers, all the while shrieking in agony.

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* ''Revenge'' (2017). The heroine is being chased by a villain who is not only wearing shoes, one shoe, so she smashes her flashlight against a rock, leaving glass shards on the ground that he steps on. We then have a gory sequence of him trying to remove a deeply buried shard with his fingers, all the while shrieking in agony.

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