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* ''Film/DoctorSleep'' recreates some iconic moments from ''Film/TheShining'' using recreated scenes with new actors, rather than using archive footage.


* In the ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' episode "And Then There Was Ben", the scene from [[WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}} the original series]] where the 10-year old Ben found the Omnitrix is repeated. The major difference is that Heatblast is voiced by Creator/DavidKaye (His ''Omniverse'' voice actor), rather than his original voice actor, Creator/SteveBlum.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' episode "And Then There Was Ben", the scene from [[WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}} the original series]] where the 10-year old Ben found the Omnitrix is repeated. The major difference is that Heatblast is voiced by Creator/DavidKaye (His ''Omniverse'' voice actor), rather than his original voice actor, Creator/SteveBlum. Even Ben's dialogue is rerecorded by his original voice actress, which is odd since for one, they had Steve Blum as Vilgax in literally the same episode and two, they could've just ripped the audio out of the original episode and used it with the new animation.


** As part of getting kids interested in Pooh after the new film, Disney released some classic Pooh movie clips under the title "The Mini Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh." Most of the dialogue was redubbed by the current voice actors (except Kristen Anderson-Lopez for some reason). It's barely noticeable with Jim Cummings as Pooh and Travis Oates as Piglet, but very noticeable with the other voice actors. However, Roo kept his original voice in at least one clip from "The Tigger Movie." Christopher Robin kept Bruce Reitherman's singing voice (although all the speaking was still done by Jack Boultier) in one clip. Piglet and Rabbit also kept John Fiedler and Ken Sansom's voices in most clips from ''Piglet's Big Movie'', and Gopher's voice hasn't been redubbed, probably because there currently isn't anyone who does his voice (which is odd because Gopher's previous actor, Michael Gough[[note]]not to be confused with the late English actor[[/note]], is still alive and active).

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** As part of getting kids interested in Pooh after the new film, Disney released some classic Pooh movie clips under the title "The Mini Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh." Most of the dialogue was redubbed by the current voice actors (except Kristen Anderson-Lopez for some reason). It's barely noticeable with Jim Cummings as Pooh and Travis Oates as Piglet, but very noticeable with the other voice actors. However, Roo kept his original voice in at least one clip from "The Tigger Movie." Christopher Robin kept Bruce Reitherman's singing voice (although all the speaking was still done by Jack Boultier) in one clip. Piglet and Rabbit also kept John Fiedler and Ken Sansom's voices in most clips from ''Piglet's Big Movie'', and Gopher's voice hasn't been redubbed, probably because there currently isn't anyone who does his voice (which is odd because Gopher's previous actor, Michael Gough[[note]]not to be confused with the late English actor[[/note]], is still alive and active).doing voice acting).


* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' clip show "Best Day Ever" features clips from older episodes dubbed with the show's current voice actors.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' clip show "Best Day Ever" features clips from older episodes dubbed with the show's current then-current voice actors.



* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Chaotic}}'' season finale episode before M'arrilion Invasion ended with a CliffHanger where hero Tom is accused of cheating and flees to Perim before an investigation can be launched. M'arrilion Invasion sported a completely different art style, and the "Last Time on ''Chaotic''" segment at the beginning was done in the new style. (No change in voice actors, though, which probably just made it more surreal.)

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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Chaotic}}'' season finale episode before M'arrilion Invasion ended with a CliffHanger {{Cliffhanger}} where hero Tom is accused of cheating and flees to Perim before an investigation can be launched. M'arrilion Invasion sported a completely different art style, and the "Last Time on ''Chaotic''" segment at the beginning was done in the new style. (No change in voice actors, though, which probably just made it more surreal.)



* The ''[[WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine Thomas and Friends]]'' episode "Sidney Sings" uses a flashback from "The Missing Christmas Declarations" and redubbing both Percy's voices. The Japanese dub did this with Sidney's voice.

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* The ''[[WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine Thomas and & Friends]]'' episode "Sidney Sings" uses a flashback from "The Missing Christmas Declarations" and redubbing both Percy's voices. The Japanese dub did this with Sidney's voice.



* In ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnoldTheJungleMovie'', while Helga is searching through her video collection of Arnold's good deeds, a reanimated version of a scene from ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' episode "Field Trip" appears, complete with Arnold's current voice actor, Mason Vale Cotton.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnoldTheJungleMovie'', while Helga is searching through her video collection of Arnold's good deeds, a reanimated version of a scene from ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' episode "Field Trip" appears, complete with Arnold's current voice actor, actor for the movie, Mason Vale Cotton.

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* At the start of ''VideoGame/DeadSpace2'', there was a glimpse of [[spoiler:Isaac's dead girlfriend, Nicole, right before she commited suicide. Nicole's dialogue and appearance was changed based on her new actress, Tanya Clarke, who was previously portrayed by Iyari Limon.]]


* Averted and then some with Meg on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. Two episodes, "Back to the Pilot" and "Yug Ylimaf" revisited the show's first season, but not only did they continue to use Creator/LaceyChabert's dialogue rather than Mila Kunis, but they even had Chabert return to record ''new'' dialogue as well. The latter episode even ''lampshades'' this.

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* Averted and then some with Meg on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. Two episodes, "Back to the Pilot" and "Yug Ylimaf" revisited the show's first season, but not only did they continue to use Creator/LaceyChabert's dialogue rather than Mila Kunis, but they even had Chabert return to record ''new'' dialogue as well. The latter episode even ''lampshades'' this. Subverted in the episode "Griffin Winter Games", as even though Meg claims she's been training for the Olympic Biathlon since she was voiced by Lacey Chabert, she was actually voiced by Creator/MaeWhitman, who plays the actual Lacey Chabert later in the episode.

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** This is averted with Pig One in season 5's "The Evergreen Election!". Because most of the flashbacks were from season 4, Nick Nichols' speaking parts for him were used. (Keith Hampshire was Nichols' successor.)


* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'': In the LowerDeckEpisode "The Big Scoop", which is "A Wish Too Far" from Chester's and A.J.'s perspective, they had to redub some scenes with the two boys. This was because in "A Wish Too Far" the original voice actors were Frankie Muniz and Haneef Ibrahim, but by this point in the series run Creator/JasonMarsden was the now the voice of Chester and Gary Leroi Gray was the voice of A.J. If one compares the two episodes, the difference between the voices can be pretty jarring.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'': In the LowerDeckEpisode "The Big Scoop", which is "A Wish Too Far" from Chester's and A.J.'s perspective, they had to redub reanimate some scenes with the two boys. This was because in "A Wish Too Far" the original voice actors were Frankie Muniz and Haneef Ibrahim, but by this point in the series run Creator/JasonMarsden was the now the voice of Chester and Gary Leroi Gray was the voice of A.J. If one compares the two episodes, the difference between the voices can be pretty jarring.


* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory4'' appears to have a flashback to a time between the second and third films, with Slinky Dog voiced by his current actor Blake Clark as opposed to the late Jim Varney.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory4'' appears to have begins with a flashback to a time between the second and third films, with Slinky Dog voiced by his current actor Blake Clark as opposed to the late Jim Varney.


* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory4'' appears to have a flashback to a time between the second and third films, with Slinky Dog voiced by his current actor Blake Clark as opposed to Jim Varney.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory4'' appears to have a flashback to a time between the second and third films, with Slinky Dog voiced by his current actor Blake Clark as opposed to the late Jim Varney.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory4'' appears to have a flashback to a time between the second and third films, with Slinky Dog voiced by his current actor Blake Clark as opposed to Jim Varney.


* ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'', in terms of settings: in real life, James Rolfe presumably moved into a family house with his wife, so the room where he does his reviews switched from an apartment to a basement. in one episode, Kyle Justin guest stars, and there are flashbacks of him writing down parts of the AVGN's rants hiding behind the couch. the rants in question came from reviews filmed in the old apartment, but you can clearly see that it's the basement that Kyle is in.

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* ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'', in terms of settings: in real life, James Rolfe presumably moved into a family house with his wife, so the room where he does his reviews switched from an apartment to a basement. in one episode, Kyle Justin guest stars, and there are flashbacks of him writing down parts of the AVGN's rants hiding behind the couch. the The rants in question came from reviews filmed in the old apartment, but you can clearly see that it's the basement that Kyle is in.


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** Also, like ''Kai,'' kid Goku is voiced by Colleen Clinkenbeard in the English dub, who'd taken over the role at the same time as she took over Gohan from Stephanie Nadolny, in the flashbacks to the original ''Dragon Ball''s series. This was done for practical reasons, since these scenes were also reanimated from the ground up.

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** Also, like ''Kai,'' kid Goku is voiced by Colleen Clinkenbeard in the English dub, who'd taken over the role at the same time as she took over Gohan from Stephanie Nadolny, in the flashbacks to the original ''Dragon Ball''s Ball'' series. This was done for practical reasons, since these scenes were also reanimated from the ground up.


[[caption-width-right:350:Claudia Wells (top) as Jennifer Parker at the end of ''Film/BackToTheFuture''. The scene was re-shot for the beginning of the sequel with replacement Elisabeth Shue (bottom).]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Claudia Wells (top) as Jennifer Parker at the end of ''Film/BackToTheFuture''. The scene was re-shot for the beginning of the sequel with replacement Elisabeth Shue Creator/ElisabethShue (bottom).]]



* The ending scene of ''Film/BackToTheFuture'' is also the opening scene of ''Film/BackToTheFuturePartII''. Since Elisabeth Shue had replaced Claudia Wells as Jennifer, the scene was refilmed for the sequel. The re-shot version is nearly identical, with the only difference being that Doc Brown now [[HesitationEqualsDishonesty hesitates momentarily]] before responding to Marty asking whether he and Jennifer end up as "assholes". You'll notice that Shue's and Wells's hairstyles don't match up. Sure, most people didn't notice at first because of the four-year lag in RealLife, but if you watch the two films back to back it can be pretty jarring.

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* The ending scene of ''Film/BackToTheFuture'' is also the opening scene of ''Film/BackToTheFuturePartII''. Since Elisabeth Shue Creator/ElisabethShue had replaced Claudia Wells as Jennifer, the scene was refilmed for the sequel. The re-shot version is nearly identical, with the only difference being that Doc Brown now [[HesitationEqualsDishonesty hesitates momentarily]] before responding to Marty asking whether he and Jennifer end up as "assholes". You'll notice that Shue's and Wells's hairstyles don't match up. Sure, most people didn't notice at first because of the four-year lag in RealLife, but if you watch the two films back to back it can be pretty jarring.

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