DuckTales Remastered — Reveal Trailer (by CapcomUnityVideos)
Photographs of cowboys/Civil War soldiers with pterodactyls are a strange little genre unto themselves.
Wrecked on the Great Barrier Reef with his family and Australian friend Henk de Jong, (Robert) Le Serrec and family had bought a motor boat and had decided to spend three months on Hook Island (one of the Whitsunday Islands). They were all crossing Stonehaven Bay on December 12th 1964, when Le Serrec’s wife spotted a strange object on the lagoon floor. It proved to be a gigantic tadpole-like creature, estimated at about 30 ft long. They took several still photos, gradually moving closer [the image shown here is a mockup I found on the web]. Eventually Le Serrec and de Jong plucked up the courage to approach it underwater in order to film it. It proved larger than first thought, with its estimated length increasing to 75-80 ft. It didn’t move and they suspected it might be dead, but just as Le Serrec began the filming it opened its mouth and made movements toward them. They returned to the boat, and by this time the creature had moved off.
A large pale wound was visible on the right side of the tail, and it was suggested that this wound (perhaps caused by a ship’s propeller) had caused the animal to take rest and refuge in the shallow bay. The eyes, located on the top of the head and well away from the front of the snout, were pale and possessed slit-shaped pupils. Mostly black in colour, the animal had brown transverse stripes and its skin was smooth in texture. It possessed no fins nor spines of any kind and they didn’t see teeth inside the white mouth. Source
Are you fucking kidding me.
I’m never going in the goddamn ocean agian.
The Hobbit (1977 film)
animated musical television special created by Rankin/Bass, a studio known for their holiday specials, and animated by Topcraft, a precursor to Studio Ghibli, using lyrics adapted from the book. The film is an adaptation of the 1937 book of the same name by J. R. R. Tolkien and was first broadcast on NBC in the United States on Sunday, November 27, 1977.
Now hidden mickeys are usually just the portrait of a mickey shape… well the imagineers took it one step further at Under The Sea; Journey of the Little Mermaid… they had created a 3D hidden Steamboat Willie Mickey… Now this uses 3 different rocks… see if you can find it…
Hint: This is what Steamboat Willie looks like…
Steven Moffat on the set of “Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death” (1999)