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As shown here, a variety of [[Alter Ego|alter-ego]] pictures supplied with the movie ''[[Is It Fall Yet?]]'' show the characters of the series as movie actors. The actors are shown clowning for the camera in some, or having problems like tripping or being hit by falling scenery. The effect is quite jarring for viewers accustomed to a "realistic" show.
 
As shown here, a variety of [[Alter Ego|alter-ego]] pictures supplied with the movie ''[[Is It Fall Yet?]]'' show the characters of the series as movie actors. The actors are shown clowning for the camera in some, or having problems like tripping or being hit by falling scenery. The effect is quite jarring for viewers accustomed to a "realistic" show.
   
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The cover for the original DVD/VHS releases of the movie features Daria on a movie/TV set, sitting in a "Star" chair, backed by several setting boards and multiple copies of her signature outfit. In the run-up to the film, Daria [[Is It Fall Yet?#Daria on IIFY|wrote about the production]].
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The cover for the original DVD/VHS releases of the movie features Daria on a movie/TV set, sitting in a "Star" chair, backed by several setting boards and multiple copies of her signature outfit.
   
 
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