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Shanghia Noon - Hang'um High
In the scene that both characters are getting hung both ropes go from front to back with each change of the camera
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Anonymous on 05-22-2000
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warren writes:
And the directors name is on the building in the background. (B. moriarty)
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Jimbo writes:
Okay, "Hang" can mean two things: to hang something on the wall, or to kill someone by hanging. I believe "hanged" is the right word in this case... besides, you mispelt (hehe, get it?) Shanghai anyways. Oh, and finally, there is a slip up in the previous comment - you should say "duh", not "doh."
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RLF writes:
You're supposed to say HANGED,not HUNG.
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AntiPLazmaN writes:
The term "hanged" was coined by illiterate folks a while back, I don't exactly enjoy letting them set my standards. Simply because a word is in the dictionary; doesn't mean you have to use it. "Doh!".
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