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Spaceballs - Automatic Key
on the movie when they save the princess from the jail cell they never turn the key
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Anonymous on 08-28-1999
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omadan writes:
Dave, I sure hope that was a joke. The cameraman (or whatever he is) thing was totally intentional. Dark Helmet even points at Lone Star and says "Um...he did it".
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Trivimaster writes:
Do not forget this is also a Sci-Fi so they could have cardkeys instead of keys.
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Ara Darkhunter writes:
No problems here.... It's just a goofy looking keycard sort of thing. If you'll notice, he doesn't turn it when he goes in to the prison 'ball' either.
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flacco writes:
care factor minimal. anyone who has seen the movie knows it's a nonsensical, get as many laughs as possible film that isn't meant to be realistic. when's the last time you saw a winnebago complete with tyres flying through space without being sucked apart?? my point exactly.
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mcwood83 writes:
The cameraman getting hit by Dark Helmet was intentional, it was part of the scene!!!
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Gizmo writes:
The "key" is a joke. If you look closely all Lonestar does is push a button with the end of it!
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Morna writes:
The one Camera Man incident (where Dark Helmet says "he did it") was obviously put in on purpose, but is there another one that wasn't?
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Wayne writes:
Keep in mind that spaceball one was able to reach ludicrous speed. from that point on everything is ludicrous
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Aquila writes:
Wayne: You mean like in the same way The Heart of Gold in Hitch-Hikers Guide to the Galaxy reached Improbability?
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Dave writes:
I wouldn't worry about the key. At this point in the movie a huge slip up occurs. Dark Helmet actually HITS A CAMERA MAN with his "light saber" and you can easily see it on the tape. This bothers me most. What sloppy filming.
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