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Star Trek III: The Search for Spock - Same Shot, Differnt Movie, Same Mistake
Because Star Trek: The Search For Spock uses the same beginning as Star Trek: The Warth Of Kahn, you can see the same freeway in between the bushes in the lower left hand corner of the screen.
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Brandon Amaro on 07-21-2000
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Brandon Amaro writes:
Ahhhhh! I did it again! I ment to say that the begaining of Star Trek: The Search For Spock was the ending for The Warth of Kahn. I need to proof reed what i sumit mor.
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Hack Ace writes:
Sorry, you either need glasses, a better VCR, or a better TV/monitor. That is NOT a freeway, that is a stream or brook.
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Shawn writes:
Sometimes a river can backwash or form eddies, making it appear to be going both forward and backward.
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STUDLY writes:
That is a little river, not a freeway!!!!
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Brandon Amaro writes:
Thats what I thought it was at first but if you look close anough there's things that go the oppisite direction then the other stuff. I don't think a river could flow in two directions at the same time.
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