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« #30 : August 21, 2006, 10:24:13 AM »

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I first saw "Red Dawn" when I was about eight and it fed into my fantasies of me saving the world (or at least the US) from them evil Commie bastards.

  Isn't that opening scene great?  All those Russian paratroopers falling from the sky, and then the teacher getting shot!  It is a corny movie, but it is also very entertaining.  Hey look, Powers Boothe!   ;D

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« #31 : August 21, 2006, 11:11:59 AM »

Shh... I like Disney's Brother Bear. Probably because I like bears... It seems that this film isn't much unique or anything like that, but still I like it.



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« #32 : August 22, 2006, 02:38:15 AM »

OK i'm coming out :-[
I bought the recent Willy Wonka & His Chocolate factory dvd but solely for the footage and documentary of the 40 trained grey squirrels which were taught to shell walnuts and place them on a conveyor belt.I wouldn't normally touch a remake with a bargepole,but myself and Mrs Banjo are totally squirrel mad-they come into our house to feed.Anyway at least Tim Burton directed it! ::)

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« #33 : August 22, 2006, 02:41:56 AM »

I bought the recent Willy Wonka & His Chocolate factory dvd but solely for the footage and documentary of the 40 trained grey squirrels which were taught to shell walnuts and place them on a conveyor belt.

Hehe. I'm afraid I would do the same if a film used marmots... I need to see Groundhog Day!



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« #34 : August 22, 2006, 04:21:34 AM »

Hehe. I'm afraid I would do the same if a film used marmots... I need to see Groundhog Day!
Very funny film!
Is the marmot just a giant squirrel? ::)

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« #35 : August 22, 2006, 05:05:22 AM »

Well I'm very violently anti-squirrel myself, as is my family. . . chipmunks, on the other hand, are always welcome.



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« #36 : August 22, 2006, 08:14:44 AM »

Well I'm very violently anti-squirrel myself, as is my family. . . chipmunks, on the other hand, are always welcome.
Violently :'(
Why chipmunks and not squirrels?
The latter have more personality and are not so hyper.We have over a dozen grey squirrels visiting our house/garden,all with names and different characters,and we get a huge amount of pleasure interacting with them.How can you be horrible against such cute harmless little critters.
If you are talking about tree damage etc,then humans are by far the most destructive creatures on Earth :(

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« #37 : August 22, 2006, 09:49:05 AM »

Is the marmot just a giant squirrel? ::)

Almost. It is relative to squirrels (not only a rodent, but even closer relative, together with beavers!) But it doesn't eat nuts, as far as I know.



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« #38 : August 22, 2006, 09:55:34 AM »

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« #39 : August 22, 2006, 10:00:12 AM »

Oh, they're lovely... I've got loads of their photos on computer, but only on computer.
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« #40 : August 22, 2006, 10:18:13 AM »

OK i'm coming out :-[
I bought the recent Willy Wonka & His Chocolate factory dvd but solely for the footage and documentary of the 40 trained grey squirrels which were taught to shell walnuts and place them on a conveyor belt.I wouldn't normally touch a remake with a bargepole,but myself and Mrs Banjo are totally squirrel mad-they come into our house to feed.Anyway at least Tim Burton directed it! ::)


I thought the squirrel's movements were digital enhanced.




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« #41 : August 22, 2006, 02:22:14 PM »

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« #42 : August 22, 2006, 02:54:27 PM »

Ah can't someone smuggle these marmots into England as well as your gorgeous cuddly fox squirrels? ::)

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« #43 : August 22, 2006, 11:55:45 PM »

Ah can't someone smuggle these marmots into England as well as your gorgeous cuddly fox squirrels? ::)

No, they surely don't have such good environment in England! ;D



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« #44 : August 23, 2006, 12:09:10 AM »


I thought the squirrel's movements were digital enhanced.
Only slightly where the squirrels shake the walnuts to their ears to check if they were "bad nuts" but otherwise the squirrels were taught to shell the specially made inedible walnuts and place them on the belt.They were also taught to run up the length of Veruca Salt and also jump up and shove her dad over into the shoot.

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