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* The 1960s ''Series/{{Batman}}'' had an amusing in-universe example in the episode "Ice Spy". The Commissioner and Chief O'Hara call Batman and Bruce Wayne on the phone at the same time (from two different phones). They then put the phones together so that Bruce Wayne and Batman can talk, requiring Bruce Wayne as Bruce Wayne and Bruce Wayne as Batman to have a conversation while the other two men listen.

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* The 1960s ''Series/{{Batman}}'' ''Series/{{Batman|1966}}'' had an amusing in-universe example in the episode "Ice Spy". The Commissioner and Chief O'Hara call Batman and Bruce Wayne on the phone at the same time (from two different phones). They then put the phones together so that Bruce Wayne and Batman can talk, requiring Bruce Wayne as Bruce Wayne and Bruce Wayne as Batman to have a conversation while the other two men listen.


* In multiple episodes of ''Fringe'', Anna Torv plays two version of Olivia Dunham -- one from "our" universe and one from another universe. While the two characters are usually seen separately, in the season two finale "Over There", our Olivia and alternate Olivia engage in hand-on-hand combat -- meaning Torv is fighting herself.

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* In multiple episodes of ''Fringe'', ''Series/{{Fringe}}'', Anna Torv plays two version of Olivia Dunham -- one from "our" universe and one from another universe. While the two characters are usually seen separately, in the season two finale "Over There", our Olivia and alternate Olivia engage in hand-on-hand combat -- meaning Torv is fighting herself.


* In ''Series/PowerRangersTimeForce'', Red Rangers Wes and Alex are both played by Jason Faunt, though they only share scenes in a few of the last episodes of the series, when Alex comes from the future. This is carried over from the ''Series/MiraiSentaiTimeranger'' counterparts.

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* ** In ''Series/PowerRangersTimeForce'', Red Rangers Wes and Alex are both played by Jason Faunt, though they only share scenes in a few of the last episodes of the series, when Alex comes from the future. This is carried over from the ''Series/MiraiSentaiTimeranger'' counterparts.

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* ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' has a few examples:
** In ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'', there's an episode in which Tommy, who at that point has the White Ranger powers, faces a clone of himself who wields the Green Ranger powers. Both are of course played by Jason David Frank.
** ''Series/PowerRangersLostGalaxy'' casts Melody Perkins as Karone as the second Pink Ranger [[spoiler: after Kendrix's death]] when she previously was the BigBad Astronema in ''Series/PowerRangersInSpace''. There's an episode where she has to face her inner demons by battling an illusion of Astronema.
* In ''Series/PowerRangersTimeForce'', Red Rangers Wes and Alex are both played by Jason Faunt, though they only share scenes in a few of the last episodes of the series, when Alex comes from the future. This is carried over from the ''Series/MiraiSentaiTimeranger'' counterparts.

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* The intro for one "Smartest Inventions" episode of ''Series/WorldsDumbest'' had [[OnlySaneMan Kevin McCaffrey]] interact with an infomercial version of himself after dealing with commercials for the inventions featured in said episode.
* ''Series/TheBennyHillShow'' once made a parody of ''Juke Box Jury'' (''Soap Box Jury'') in which Benny did all the characters. The sketch ends with the four commentators in the same shot, which was an important technical feat for videotape at the time (1961).


* In ''Series/MortalKombatConquest'' Jeffrey Meek played both Raiden and [[BigBad Shao Kahn]], who shared a number of onscreen conversations.

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* In ''Series/MortalKombatConquest'' Jeffrey Meek played both Raiden and [[BigBad Shao Kahn]], who shared a number of onscreen conversations.conversation, and even fought each other in the finale.

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* The 1960s ''Series/{{Batman}}'' had an amusing in-universe example in the episode "Ice Spy". The Commissioner and Chief O'Hara call Batman and Bruce Wayne on the phone at the same time (from two different phones). They then put the phones together so that Bruce Wayne and Batman can talk, requiring Bruce Wayne as Bruce Wayne and Bruce Wayne as Batman to have a conversation while the other two men listen.


** Another episode features a doppleganger version of the Eleventh Doctor with the two Doctors sharing scenes together.

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** Another episode features In "Journey's End", Creator/DavidTennant plays both the Tenth Doctor and his half-human metacrisis clone.
**"The Rebel Flesh" and "The Almost People" feature
a doppleganger version Flesh-version of the Eleventh Doctor, with Creator/MattSmith playing both the real Doctor with and the two Doctors sharing scenes together.copy.


* ChristmasOnVesterbro has Music/AndersMatthesen play no less than 14 on screen characters (including a cameo AsHimself), as well two voice-only characters.

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* ChristmasOnVesterbro ''Series/ChristmasOnVesterbro'' has Music/AndersMatthesen play no less than 14 on screen characters (including a cameo AsHimself), as well two voice-only characters.


** In the teaser for the episode "Caged Heat," MarkSheppard plays both [[spoiler:Crowley and the Alpha Skinwalker.]] [[LargeHam You can tell that Sheppard has a lot of fun with this.]]

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** In the teaser for the episode "Caged Heat," MarkSheppard Creator/MarkSheppard plays both [[spoiler:Crowley and the Alpha Skinwalker.]] [[LargeHam You can tell that Sheppard has a lot of fun with this.]]


* ''{{Beetleborgs}}'' did this in the episode "Buggin Out" where Flabber slowly turns into Kombat Gnat. Kombat Gnat's provided by Billy Forester who played Flabber.

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* ''{{Beetleborgs}}'' ''Series/{{Beetleborgs}}'' did this in the episode "Buggin Out" where Flabber slowly turns into Kombat Gnat. Kombat Gnat's provided by Billy Forester who played Flabber.


** The episode "Doppelgangland" had Willow meeting her LesbianVampire [[EvilTwin counterpart from an alternate universe]]. This resulted in Creator/AlysonHannigan not only talking to herself, but [[FetishFuel licking her own neck]].

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** The episode "Doppelgangland" had Willow meeting her LesbianVampire [[EvilTwin counterpart from an alternate universe]]. This resulted in Creator/AlysonHannigan not only talking to herself, but [[FetishFuel licking her own neck]].neck.


* In ''Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood'', Fred Rogers voiced several characters in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe puppet segments - including King Friday XIII, Queen Sara Saturday, Cornflake S. Pecially, Henrietta Pussycat, X the Owl, Lady Elaine Fairchilde, and Daniel Striped Tiger - many of whom had conversations with each other in which Rogers supplied all of the relevant voices.

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* In ''Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood'', Fred Rogers voiced several characters in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe puppet segments - including King Friday XIII, Queen Sara Saturday, Cornflake S. Pecially, Henrietta Pussycat, X the Owl, Lady Elaine Fairchilde, Fairchild, and Daniel Striped Tiger - many of whom had conversations with each other in which Rogers supplied all of the relevant voices.


* In ''Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood'', Fred Rogers voiced several characters in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe puppet segments.

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* In ''Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood'', Fred Rogers voiced several characters in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe puppet segments.segments - including King Friday XIII, Queen Sara Saturday, Cornflake S. Pecially, Henrietta Pussycat, X the Owl, Lady Elaine Fairchilde, and Daniel Striped Tiger - many of whom had conversations with each other in which Rogers supplied all of the relevant voices.


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* ''Series/TheGoodies'' episode "Chubby Chumps" has Graeme Garden berating Radio/TerryWogan (as voiced by Garden) over the phone for what he perceives as the discriminatory nature of beauty contests always awarding the top prize to "pretty girls".


* While no talking was involved, an in-universe example in NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide has an instance where the gym teacher made a video on the rules of dodgeball where she played four characters.

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* While no talking was involved, an in-universe example in NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide ''Series/NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'' has an instance where the gym teacher made a video on the rules of dodgeball where she played four characters.

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