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* SpoiledByTheMerchandise

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* SpoiledByTheMerchandiseSpoiledByTheMerchandise: The merchandise spoils a scene for people who haven't seen the movie yet.



* StarMakingRole

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* StarMakingRoleStarMakingRole: The role that led to an actor having a long and memorable career.


* AcclaimedFlop

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* AcclaimedFlopAcclaimedFlop: A movie was a critical or commercial failure, but is still very revered by those familiar with it.



* ActorExistenceLimbo

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* ActorExistenceLimboActorExistenceLimbo: Animated characters reduced to non-speaking roles when their voice actors become unavailable.



* AdaptationFirst

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* AdaptationFirstAdaptationFirst: The adaptation is localized before the original work.



* CowboyBebopAtHisComputer: Documentations of a work get their facts about the work wrong.

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* CowboyBebopAtHisComputer: Documentations of a work get their facts about the work blatantly wrong.



* CreatorBreakdown

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* CreatorBreakdownCreatorBreakdown: The creator was suffering depression or hardship during the work's development.



* EnforcedMethodActing

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* EnforcedMethodActingEnforcedMethodActing: Using external conditions to force a genuine reaction from the actor.



** FakeAmerican
** FakeAustralian
** FakeBrit
*** FakeScot
** FakeIrish
** FakeMixedRace
** FakeRussian

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** FakeAmerican
FakeAmerican: An American character is played by an actor who isn't really American.
** FakeAustralian
FakeAustralian: An Australian character is played by an actor who isn't really Australian.
** FakeBrit
FakeBrit: A British character is played by an actor who isn't really British.
*** FakeScot
FakeScot: A Scottish character is played by an actor who isn't really Scottish.
** FakeIrish
FakeIrish: An Irish character is played by an actor who isn't really Irish.
** FakeMixedRace
FakeMixedRace: A mixed race character is played by an actor who isn't really mixed race.
** FakeRussianFakeRussian: A Russian character is played by an actor who isn't really Russian.

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* WrittenForMyKids: A work written for the author's child or children.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: A work hasn't received a home media release.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: A work hasn't received a home media release.release, or at least one that is still available.


* AbilityOverAppearance: When choosing the actor to play the role of a character in an adaptation, their acting ability is prioritized over how much they resemble the character from the source material.

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* AbilityOverAppearance: When choosing the actor to play the role of a character in an a live-action adaptation, their acting ability is prioritized over how much they resemble the character from the source material.


* RoleReprisal

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* RoleReprisalRoleReprisal: An actor returns to play a role they originally played in the new continuity or some time after they last played the role.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Had it not been for one decision or legal barrier, this work could've been very different.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Had it not been for one decision or decision, legal barrier, or unforeseen misfortune, this work could've been very different.



* TheWikiRule

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* TheWikiRuleTheWikiRule: A work has its own wiki.

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* RoleReprisal


* TrailersAlwaysSpoil


* BeamMeUpScotty: An iconic catchphrase either doesn't actually exist or is actually a misspoken variant of what the character actually said.

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* BeamMeUpScotty: An iconic catchphrase either doesn't actually exist or is actually a misspoken misquoted variant of what the character actually said.

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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil


* ExecutiveVeto

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* ExecutiveVetoExecutiveVeto: The executives say no to an idea the creator wants to do for the work, requiring them to find an alternative that will accomplish what they want to do with the story while appeasing the executives' concerns.

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** WordOfGod/TheBookOfLife


* GodDoesNotOwnThisWorld: The creator does not own the rights to their work.

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* GodDoesNotOwnThisWorld: The creator does not own the rights to their work.work, so the company that does own the work can continue production or reboot the work without the creator's involvement or approval.


* AscendedFanon: The fans' interpretation of something becomes canon.



* SureWhyNot: The fans' interpretation of something becomes canon.

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