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Each of the following Newsreel titles contains at least one catalogued scene:

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Bath in Your Best Clothes 1966 United Kingdom
Bree Smith at Shaw Park Aquatic Center 2012 United States
Brooke Katz at local pool Jun 5, 2012 2012 United States
Easy ways to beat the heat 2008 United States
Heidi Klum media "splash" 2007
Levi Store Shrink-To-Fit Hot Tub
Millionairess Marries Dolphin 2006 Israel
Walk-Through Clothes Cleaning


Wetlook or WAM scenes may include:

  • Going out in or getting caught in the rain
  • Accidentally or deliberately getting wet by sprinklers
  • Being pushed in, falling in, swimming, diving, jumping or wading into water - the ocean, lakes, ponds, rivers, swimming pools, etc.
  • Falling into or playing in mud or dirty water
  • Getting covered in or playing with food or other messy substances e.g. pudding, pies, syrup, "slime", etc.

A wetlook scene involves a person (generally female) in some situation where they end up in wet or soaked clothes - anything other than traditional swimwear, such as:

  • a blouse, shirt, sweater, or camisole
  • a skirt or dress
  • a business suit or jacket
  • underwear (bra, panties, garter/garters, corset)
  • socks, stockings or pantyhose
  • shoes or boots (heels, sandals, trainers)
  • a coat (raincoat, trenchcoat, etc.)
  • jeans, slacks or pants, t-shirt, tank top, or halter top
  • accessories such as gloves, hat, scarf, etc.

A messy scene involves a person (generally female) in some situation where they get partly or completely covered in some sort of messy substance e.g. food or mud. It generally does not matter how a person is clothed, if at all.

See also: All people (generally female celebrities) known to have appeared in wet (wetlook) or messy (WAM) scenes