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Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls - Disappearing Chess Pieces
I'm not sure the exact part where it is, but when Ace is talking to one guy beside a chess board, on one scene the chess board is full of peices, but in the next, they are all gone.
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Ancient_Klown on 11-15-1999
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Seena writes:
If you slow it down you can see him knocking the chess pieces off the board. You can just barely see the chess piece on the side of the screen being swept off. Slow it down and you will see what I mean.
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Kyle writes:
This mistake is bad enough, but, Jim Carrey picks up one of the chess pieces while he's talking to what's-his-name with the mustache. Then, right after he picks up the piece, the very next shot, the pieces are gone!
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Zaroff writes:
Grr! I was gonna say that!! I noticed that when you see the chess pieces missing, Ace swings his arm right above the board. I think while making that shot, he may have knocked them off and didn't replace them.
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Danny Mutabi writes:
Umm. I have it on DVD and the pieces are always there. I guess they took it out on DVD.
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Notum writes:
I beleive it happens right after he says 'Captain Compost!' or something like that.
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yair writes:
geee, i've just seen it, and this scene happens when he returns to the cancly to get kedby. funny movie, isn't it?
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MasterSkull writes:
If V.C.R. times are near the same on different brands you can try fast-forwarding to 1:15:49 If that doesn't work on your VCR it would probbaly be because of brand difference. I'm using a Panasonic.
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