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* GoryDeadlyOverkillTitleOfFatalDeath: In the '90s, the show was called ''The Gory, Gruesome and Grotesque Horror Make-Up Show'', presumably as a way of keeping sensitive audiences from seeing it.

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* GoryDeadlyOverkillTitleOfFatalDeath: In the '90s, The original title of the show was called changed fairly early in the '90s to ''The Gory, Gruesome and Grotesque Horror Make-Up Show'', presumably as a way of keeping sensitive audiences from seeing it.it. Alternatively, as the travel guide ''Walt Disney World for Families'' humorously mused, it was a way of making the show ''more'' attractive to horror-loving kids -- "while they may not have known who the Phantom [of the Opera] was, they all knew what ''gory'' and ''gruesome'' meant."


-->'''Mark/Marty''': Yes. It's for the final episode of ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer''. He sings a song at the end of the episode...it's gonna be awesome, it's gonna be bigger than ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''. He sings, "Uno, dos, tres, I'm going to eat your face!"

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-->'''Mark/Marty''': Yes. It's for the final episode of ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer''. He sings a song at the end of the episode...it's gonna be awesome, it's gonna be bigger than ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''.''[[WesternAnimation/Frozen2013 Frozen]]''. He sings, "Uno, dos, tres, I'm going to eat your face!"


''Universal's Horror Make-Up Show'' is a comedic behind-the-scenes presentation that's located at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal Studios Florida]]. Opening with the park on June 7th, 1990, the show remains as one of the few original attractions to still be operating to this day.

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''Universal's Horror Make-Up Show'' is a comedic behind-the-scenes presentation that's located at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal Studios Florida]]. Opening with the park on June 7th, 7, 1990, the show remains as one of the few original attractions to still be operating to this day.

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* TheScapegoat: When he sets off the alarm for Mark/Marty's secret invention, Alex puts the blame on a kid in the audience.


* SmellyFeet: When Mark/Marty brings out a bunch of prosthetic body parts for the participant to "build her own boyfriend", he makes a special note of how disgusting the foot smells.


** During ''The Wolfman'' segment, Mark/Marty shows a series of clips of the title character growling while he/she makes a "roar" sound for each of them. On the last clip, instead of doing the "roar" sound, he/she menacingly says the name of the kid in the audience from earlier.

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** During ''The Wolfman'' the former ''Wolfman'' segment, Mark/Marty shows would show a series of clips of the title character growling while he/she makes made a "roar" sound for each of them. On the last clip, instead of doing the "roar" sound, he/she would menacingly says say the name of the kid in the audience from earlier.



* PracticalEffects[=/=]ComputerGeneratedImages: The show mostly focuses on discussing on how the former is used in horror films, but it does briefly dwelve into how the latter is used during ''The Wolfman'' segment.

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* PracticalEffects[=/=]ComputerGeneratedImages: The show mostly focuses on discussing on how the former is used in horror films, but it does briefly dwelve into how the latter is used during ''The Wolfman'' Mummy'' segment.


The show features two hosts, the first being Alex Ross, who soon then introduces the SpecialGuest host, Mark James (or Marty James, if a woman is playing the part), who is said to be a professional Hollywood makeup artist. Together, they discuss how make-up appliances are used in the {{Horror}} film genre to create the effects of blood and gore, as well as the appearances of many famous movie monsters. In particular, they mention the works of several famous horror makeup artists, such as Creator/LonChaney, Jack Pierce, and Creator/RickBaker; along with discussing how the elaborate effects were done for films like the [[Franchise/UniversalHorror Universal Classic Monsters]] series, ''Film/AnAmericanWerewolfInLondon'', and ''Film/TheWolfman2010''. On top of everything, HilarityEnsues throughout the show via the hosts' various antics.

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The show features two hosts, the first being Alex Ross, who soon then introduces the SpecialGuest host, Mark James (or Marty James, if a woman is playing the part), who is said to be a professional Hollywood makeup artist. Together, they discuss how make-up appliances are used in the {{Horror}} film genre to create the effects of blood and gore, as well as the appearances of many famous movie monsters. In particular, they mention the works of several famous horror makeup artists, such as Creator/LonChaney, Jack Pierce, and Creator/RickBaker; along with discussing how the elaborate effects were done for films like the [[Franchise/UniversalHorror Universal Classic Monsters]] series, ''Film/AnAmericanWerewolfInLondon'', and ''Film/TheWolfman2010''.''Film/TheMummy2017''. On top of everything, HilarityEnsues throughout the show via the hosts' various antics.

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* DyingDeclarationOfHate: Mark/Marty, after being attacked by the evil werewolf robot addresses the kid in the audience one last time (though he survives).
-->'''Mark/Marty:''' ''[gasping for air, clawing at the window]'' [Child's name]... I hate you! ''[is dragged offstage]]''


The show features two hosts, the first being Alex Ross, who soon then introduces the SpecialGuest host, Mark James (or Marty James, if a woman is playing the part), who is said to be a professional Hollywood makeup artist. Together, they discuss how make-up appliances are used in the {{Horror}} film genre to create the effects of blood and gore, as well as the appearances of many famous movie monsters. In particular, they mention the works of several famous horror makeup artists, such as Creator/LonChaney, Jack Pierce, and Rick Baker; along with discussing how the elaborate effects were done for films like the [[Franchise/UniversalHorror Universal Classic Monsters]] series, ''Film/AnAmericanWerewolfInLondon'', and ''Film/TheWolfman2010''. On top of everything, HilarityEnsues throughout the show via the hosts' various antics.

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The show features two hosts, the first being Alex Ross, who soon then introduces the SpecialGuest host, Mark James (or Marty James, if a woman is playing the part), who is said to be a professional Hollywood makeup artist. Together, they discuss how make-up appliances are used in the {{Horror}} film genre to create the effects of blood and gore, as well as the appearances of many famous movie monsters. In particular, they mention the works of several famous horror makeup artists, such as Creator/LonChaney, Jack Pierce, and Rick Baker; Creator/RickBaker; along with discussing how the elaborate effects were done for films like the [[Franchise/UniversalHorror Universal Classic Monsters]] series, ''Film/AnAmericanWerewolfInLondon'', and ''Film/TheWolfman2010''. On top of everything, HilarityEnsues throughout the show via the hosts' various antics.

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** Given that the "volunteer" does not speak before Alex chooses them, he is choosing based on nothing but skin color. This leads to MistakenForForeigner any time the chosen audience member is an American of non-European heritage.


* DontTryThisAtHome: The two hosts make it clear to the audience that they should not try anything they see in the show at home...

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* DontTryThisAtHome: The two hosts make it clear to the audience that they should not try anything they see in the show at home...home.


-->'''Alex''': WHAT?!

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-->'''Alex''': WHAT?![[BigWhat WHAT?!]]


* ManOfAThousandFaces: When discussing make-up pioneers, the hosts specifically talk about the TropeNamer, Creator/LonChaney, who they even mention was known as the "Man of a Thousand Faces".

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* ManOfAThousandFaces: When discussing make-up pioneers, the hosts specifically talk about the TropeNamer, Creator/LonChaney, who they even mention that he was known as the "Man of a Thousand Faces".


* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: In-Universe. Mark/Marty mentions that he/she's going to use Eddie for a kids' show. Alex is completely baffled at the idea, not seeing how this thing would be appropriate for children in the slightest.

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* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: In-Universe. Mark/Marty mentions that he/she's they're going to use Eddie for a kids' show. Alex is completely baffled at the idea, not seeing how this thing would be appropriate for children in the slightest.


* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: In-Universe. Mark/Marty mentions that he/she's going to use Eddie for a kids' show. Alex is completely baffled by at the idea, not seeing how this thing would be appropriate for children in the slightest.

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* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: In-Universe. Mark/Marty mentions that he/she's going to use Eddie for a kids' show. Alex is completely baffled by at the idea, not seeing how this thing would be appropriate for children in the slightest.

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