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Forbidden Planet - Weird Shadows
In the scene where we see the landing site at dawn or sunset (I forget which), look closely. The shadows are pointing *towards* the sun...
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Forbidden Planet (1956, starring Walter Pigeon)
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Eboreg Onxre on 05-14-2000
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jimboo writes:
I agree! How about the comment the cook makes to Robby..."this so called planet..."- what else is it then?
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spider-1 writes:
the "so-called planet" remark is a way of saying that where they are isn't even worth being called a planet. Anyway, correct or not, just because a character makes a strange remark it isn't really a slip-up. One of my top five favorite movies, by the way.
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Glen chapman writes:
No Altair...Alpha Aquila, is a single star. Of interest it was recently found to be the flattest star yet discover. Seems it has a huge rotation rate. Spins once every 10 hours or so.
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roricka writes:
Two moons, two moons -- not two suns! (Note -- the soundtrack record even has a cut called "Night with Two Moons."
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Jollyrgr writes:
Munky is wrong. The planet is Altair IV and is 16 light years from earth.
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munky writes:
The planet can't have two suns because it is the tenth planet in OUR solar system. Our solor system only has one sun.
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Wagus writes:
Its been a while since I saw the movie, but I thought that the planet had two suns...
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