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Dumb And Dumber - Same Lake
When Lloyd and Harry are driving across the country in the "Shaggin wagon" before they meet the Gas-man, they very shortly drive over a small bridge which has water below it. Take notice of the surroundings because a little later in the movie when they finally meet the Gas-man where his car is apparently broken down and he tries to hitch a ride with Lloyd and Harry, the same body of water is in the background. But they never turned around.
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steve on 05-14-2000
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Comments:
Joe writes:
He's right I noticed this too (and was just about to add it myself.) It is definitely the same body of water. There is a tree that is sunk in the creek and a small bank in the water and everything around is exactly the same. Bravo. the two shots 'bookend' the dialogue about gambling.
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Ian the Smegmeister writes:
This is Lloyd and Harry we're talking about. Just stopping themselves from driving INTO the lake is an achievement.
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shawn writes:
Just stopping themselves from driving into the lake is an achievement?? Not hardly. If they could drive all the way from R.I. to Colorado, then, dumb or not, they must be fairly good drivers. And besides. This is not the same lake. Take a look at the surroundings?? Thats your proof? Im sure many lakes have trees around them. What exactly is so similar??
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Ali writes:
err..guys - it's a movie. Add to that the fact that its extremely low budget and completely rubbish anyway, it doesn't matter where the lake is!
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