Strother Martin managed to be in True Grit, Butch & Sundance, and The Wild Bunch all in one year. He had a better 1969 than most actors have careers.
They took the cover off of the robot for the photos. Here’s what it looks like with the cover on:
Angel Has Fallen and He Can’t Get Up
Dude it got to a point I had so many of those free disks I was using them as coasters.
Or a fantastically underrated sci-fi feature... looking at you, Danny Boyle.
This was one of my favorite scenes in AD:
In the special features for The Incredibles, they made a 1950s cartoon of Mr. Incredible and Frozone using this technique. Then, to add another dimension to the joke, they included an optional audio commentary of Craig T. Nelson and Samuel L. Jackson playing their characters, commenting on the cartoon:
That goes without saying ...
The gold was friendship :)
Salvador Dali’s Dream of Venus pavilion featured a lot of nudity too. Here’s the best SFW pics I could find.
According to that banner, there’s some kind of angel in town. As I recall, that went quite poorly for Egypt’s firstborn sons.
Only at the buffet, but that’s nothing new.
The advertising is atrocious, however.
No idea but in the Hexagonal Phase of the radio series (the one made after Adams` death Arthur shouts to Ford “Ford....Focus” and it`s deliberately drawn out in that way
Point of order: the first book was based on the radio series, not the other way round.
I have two genuine Model M units - one with a removable DIN AT cable, the other with a fixed PS/2 cable. Both have seen a LOT of use but cleaned up nice and still function perfectly to this day (I use the PS/2 unit with a USB adapter on my home rig).
Reply typed on my Model M. Long live the Model M!
still how auto correct feels
I grew up in the 70s, when peak parental neglect coincided with TV stations buying cheap movie rights by the boatload — I watched that by myself when I was four and had some vivid nightmares about it for quite a while afterward.