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* OlderThanTheyThink: The idea of a rich playboy using ObfuscatingStupidity to disguise his vigilante persona? Franchise/{{Superman}} and Franchise/{{Batman}} got their inspirations from him.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: The idea of a rich playboy using ObfuscatingStupidity to disguise his vigilante persona? Franchise/{{Superman}} and Franchise/{{Batman}} got their inspirations from him.



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* OlderThanTheyThink: The idea of a rich playboy using ObfuscatingStupidity to disguise his vigilante persona? Franchise/{{Superman}} and Franchise/{{Batman}} got their inspirations from him.


* {{Defictionalization}}: The rhyme at the top of the primary page was used as a code sign by networks smuggling Jews and other people at risk out of Nazi-occupied France during WorldWarTwo. At the same time, Britain released the film ''Film/PimpernelSmith'', updating the story for that same setting.

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* {{Defictionalization}}: The rhyme at the top of the primary page was used as a code sign by networks smuggling Jews and other people at risk out of Nazi-occupied France during WorldWarTwo.UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. At the same time, Britain released the film ''Film/PimpernelSmith'', updating the story for that same setting.


!![[Film/TheScarletPimpernel1982 1982 TV version]]
* HeyItsThatGuy: It's Creator/IanMcKellen as Chauvelin and [[Series/DowntonAbbey Julian Fellowes]] as the Prince of Wales.



* HeyItsThatGuy: It's Creator/JamieBamber as Lord Tony Dewhurst and Creator/EmiliaFox as Minette Roland.


* HeyItsThatGuy: It's Jamie Bamber as Lord Tony Dewhurst and Creator/EmiliaFox as Minette Roland.

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* HeyItsThatGuy: It's Jamie Bamber Creator/JamieBamber as Lord Tony Dewhurst and Creator/EmiliaFox as Minette Roland.


* {{Defictionalization}}: The rhyme at the top of the primary page was used as a code sign by networks smuggling Jews and other people at risk out of Nazi-occupied France during WorldWarTwo. At the same time, Britain released the film ''PimpernelSmith'', updating the story for that same setting.

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* {{Defictionalization}}: The rhyme at the top of the primary page was used as a code sign by networks smuggling Jews and other people at risk out of Nazi-occupied France during WorldWarTwo. At the same time, Britain released the film ''PimpernelSmith'', ''Film/PimpernelSmith'', updating the story for that same setting.


* HeyItsThatGuy: It's Jamie Bamber as Lord Tony Dewhurst and Emilia Fox as Minette Roland.

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* HeyItsThatGuy: It's Jamie Bamber as Lord Tony Dewhurst and Emilia Fox Creator/EmiliaFox as Minette Roland.Roland.
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* {{Defictionalization}}: The rhyme at the top of the page was used as a code sign by networks smuggling Jews and other people at risk out of Nazi-occupied France during WorldWarTwo. At the same time, Britain released the film ''PimpernelSmith'', updating the story for that same setting.

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* {{Defictionalization}}: The rhyme at the top of the primary page was used as a code sign by networks smuggling Jews and other people at risk out of Nazi-occupied France during WorldWarTwo. At the same time, Britain released the film ''PimpernelSmith'', updating the story for that same setting.

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* {{Defictionalization}}: The rhyme at the top of the page was used as a code sign by networks smuggling Jews and other people at risk out of Nazi-occupied France during WorldWarTwo. At the same time, Britain released the film ''PimpernelSmith'', updating the story for that same setting.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Good luck tracking down physical print versions of the sequels.


* HeyItsThatGuy: It's IanMcKellen as Chauvelin and [[DowntonAbbey Julian Fellowes]] as the Prince of Wales.

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* HeyItsThatGuy: It's IanMcKellen Creator/IanMcKellen as Chauvelin and [[DowntonAbbey [[Series/DowntonAbbey Julian Fellowes]] as the Prince of Wales.



* FakeNationality: American actress [[DowntonAbbey Elizabeth [=McGovern=]]] as the French Lady Blakeney.

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* FakeNationality: American actress [[DowntonAbbey [[Series/DowntonAbbey Elizabeth [=McGovern=]]] as the French Lady Blakeney.


* HeyItsThatGuy: It's IanMcKellen as Chauvelin and [[Downton Abbey Julian Fellowes]] as the Prince of Wales.

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* HeyItsThatGuy: It's IanMcKellen as Chauvelin and [[Downton Abbey [[DowntonAbbey Julian Fellowes]] as the Prince of Wales.


* HeyItsThatGuy: It's IanMcKellen as Chauvelin and Julian Fellowes as the Prince of Wales.

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* HeyItsThatGuy: It's IanMcKellen as Chauvelin and [[Downton Abbey Julian Fellowes Fellowes]] as the Prince of Wales.



* FakeNationality: American actress Elizabeth [=McGovern=] as the French Lady Blakeney.

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* FakeNationality: American actress [[DowntonAbbey Elizabeth [=McGovern=] [=McGovern=]]] as the French Lady Blakeney.

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* FakeNationality: American actress Elizabeth [=McGovern=] as the French Lady Blakeney.


* HeyItsThatGuy:
** In the [[Film/TheScarletPimpernel1982 1982 TV version]] starring Anthony Andrews, it's IanMcKellen as Chauvelin and Julian Fellowes as the Prince of Wales.
** In the [[Series/TheScarletPimpernel 1999 TV version]] starring RichardEGrant, it's Jamie Bamber as Lord Tony Dewhurst and Emilia Fox as Minette Roland.

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* HeyItsThatGuy:
** In the [[Film/TheScarletPimpernel1982
!![[Film/TheScarletPimpernel1982 1982 TV version]] starring Anthony Andrews, it's version]]
* HeyItsThatGuy: It's
IanMcKellen as Chauvelin and Julian Fellowes as the Prince of Wales.
** In the [[Series/TheScarletPimpernel
Wales.

!![[Series/TheScarletPimpernel
1999 TV version]] starring RichardEGrant, it's version]]
* HeyItsThatGuy: It's
Jamie Bamber as Lord Tony Dewhurst and Emilia Fox as Minette Roland.


** In the 1982 TV version starring Anthony Andrews, it's IanMcKellen as Chauvelin and Julian Fellowes as the Prince of Wales.

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** In the [[Film/TheScarletPimpernel1982 1982 TV version version]] starring Anthony Andrews, it's IanMcKellen as Chauvelin and Julian Fellowes as the Prince of Wales.

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