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Dr. Dolittle - Rubber Skin
When Dr. Dolittle is operating on the tiger, it shows a couple close ups of the spot where he is cutting...and the skin there you can tell is rubber!
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Burak : LiveC00l on 12-30-1999
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Mickey writes:
Like he would operate on a real tiger!
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Jenn writes:
OK now. Did you expect him to operate on a real tiger? And, do you think a real tiger can talk?
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Angel writes:
Well, its obvious that a tiger's skin isn't made out of rubber but they needed to USE the rubber to ACT like skin instead of using a REAL tiger. There's not much you can do to act like the skin is real.
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SailorStarDust writes:
Everyone knows that they were not going to operate on a real tiger. Everyone also knows that a tiger's skin is not made of rubber. The point here is: The rubber LOOKED like rubber. They could have done a better job at disguising it to look more like real skin.
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Neo writes:
Mickey, the slip-up isn't whether he is operating on a real tiger or not, it is the fact that the tiger's "skin" is rubber. I'm not a biologist or zooliogist, but I'm pretty sure that a tiger's skin isn't made of rubber.
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Mindy Doll writes:
I am a zoologist, and I KNOW a tiger's skin isn't rubber.
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