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May 29, 2019 11:30 |  #46

Oh I believe you we had a few movies shot here in Richmond Va, and out of the blue they wanted something, like an old boat went sailing down the James River, they wanted footage of it with anyone they had video on their camera.


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May 29, 2019 11:31 |  #47

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I agree. All the animals were stylized, but this meant simplifying their anatomy. There was no reason to add features.

I bet he didn't know about the feet. He was issuing a defensive retort, not an explanation. Any number of pet owners, rabbit breeders, veterinarians, hunters, and manufacturers of lucky charms would have noticed the result of his studio's insufficient research.

I refuse to determine what Walt meant back then when he was being chided by a nature lover. Walt was a fun loving guy that liked to poke fun back. I did extensive research on him in the past for a research project, and found quite a bit of material on his nature and mannerisms. I do know that there were many things brought up about the reality misses in Bambi, however it is a kids cartoon, drawn by artists frame by frame to provide entertainment. It was meant to entertain, not provide real life documentaries on animals, and that is the point I want to believe that Walt was making.

Just the other day I was watching Galaxy Quest, and I was shocked at how many things were technically inaccurate with that movie. It feels like the movie was rushed and they could have done a better job in research during film development.


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May 29, 2019 11:58 |  #48

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Wow interesting to see what I was excited about 10 years ago! Since this thread, I've mostly quit professional photography to become a professional union cinematographer. I've shot around 40 films and directed 3 of my own.

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That is awesome! . What a great career!

I see that you changed the link in your signature.

Yesterday, when I clicked the link that was there in your sig, it led to a huge amount of porn. . Is porn your main focus these days, or do you do some other types of film, as well? . The films you wrote and directed, were they porn?


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May 30, 2019 10:08 |  #49

Tom Reichner wrote in post #18869253 (external link)
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That is awesome! . What a great career!

I see that you changed the link in your signature.

Yesterday, when I clicked the link that was there in your sig, it led to a huge amount of porn. . Is porn your main focus these days, or do you do some other types of film, as well? . The films you wrote and directed, were they porn?

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No I don't shoot porn. It looks like that link got hijacked by some porn company which is why I took it down. Trying to figure that out now as that's definitely not the image I am going for!


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