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Jurassic Park - Is That Mud in Your Eye or Is It on Your Shirt?
In the movie where all of the dinosaurs are on the lose and that fat guy that has to catch that ship crashes his car. Well after he ties the wire around the tree and has his short little conversation with the Dilophosaurus when he slips back up the hill and is laying on his back face to face with the Dilophosaurus and it spits it's black poison at the fat guy it only spits a little bit which splatters onto his jacket and his chin and a little bit on his shirt, well what he really does is grab a hand full of mud or what ever it is and wipes it on his shirt making it look like it was spit on there.
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Just a good eye or slow motion
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Tascha on 02-01-2001
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garethgazz writes:
If you mean the effect was done by the actor you are wrong. I didn't quite get your slip up though you explained it a bit weird. Do you mean the actor put the stuff on himself or do you mean something else? If you do mean he did it himself it was a big expensive production, it is unlikely that for a spitting effect an actor wipes mud on his shirt.
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Candie writes:
Actually, the FIRST time the dinosaur spits on him it lands on his jacket, and yes, he does put his hand in it to feel it. Then he gets up and tries to run to his car. He ends up slipping down the hill where the dinosaur spits on him again, this time in his face. He gets back into his car where the dinosaur is waiting for him and closes the door not knowing the dinosaur is there. That's when he wipes off his face and notices the dinosaur sitting in the passenger side of the car. This is not a slip-up. You just saw it wrong.
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