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Toy Story - Woody Roadkill
A lot of people have probably seen this one, but just for the people who haven't... O.K. When Woody and Buzz are at the gas station,when the huge fule truck comes, Woody drops to the ground(to keep his "aliveness" a secret).The truck's wheel stops just barely before squishing Woody's face. I noticed more of the truck had gone past his body,so that means another wheel must have gone past his head,therefor, squishing it.But it isn't squished.
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benners writes:
Have you ever thought that the truck was coming in at an angle and would therefore avoid his head with the front wheels? Besides, it's a cartoon and not to be taken too seriously... :P
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IdidntDoIt writes:
This is not a Slip-Up. On a diesel truck there is only one wheel/tire on each side of the axle. Now, on the trailer, there are two wheels/tires on each side of the axle, and the outside wheel/tire lines up with the one on the truck. If you look closely, the tire that ALMOST ran over Woody was the inside tire, not the outside one!
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Kirkly the Triviamaster writes:
If you look it does come at an angle.
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steed_8 writes:
First off it's a cartoon!!!!!! Secondly as the truck pulls into the station it doesn't come in straight thus meaning that the tires are not in a straight line. which means that the way it was filmed is very possible.
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UberEgger writes:
You guys are really questioning the existence of this website with your stupid comments like "Leave this cartoon alone" and "its just a kid’s movie", well even "kid’s movies" make mistakes- So knock it off, seriously. "How did he get over the first set of tires?" whenever I see this movie I always ask myself that question out loud.
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GameMaster writes:
This wipes out the Splat! easter egg too. Good Reasoning.
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