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Desc:R.I.P. Dino De Laurentiis 1919-2010
Category:Classic Movies, Humor
Tags:Orca, 70s, Dino De Laurentiis, producer, lots and lots of movies
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Comment count is 13
The whale followed him flying in a plane.

There is no escape (besides dry land) from our killer whale enemies.

Truly the La Strada of deadly ocean predator movies.
What does that make Jaws 3-D?

Jaws 3-D is the Jaws: The Revenge of deadly ocean predator movies.


The Orca remains loyal to one mate for life... FEAR THEIR SHOCKING REALITY! The Orca, as parents, are exemplary... DON'T GO INTO THE WATER!

Rodents of Unusual Size
The ending of this movie is nothing less than incredible.
K. Brass
Oh wow. It's chief from One Flew over the Cuckoo's. And the first Dumbeldore.
I was 10 when I saw this movie in theatrical release - and even at that age I was wondering why it was so cheesy and giggle-inducing.

I remember Jaws scaring me terribly, in comparison.


I read that as Jews.

I first saw this hosted by big chuck and little john.

I love this movie.
I saw this when I was a kid, it's a stupendous feelgood movie.
I love how old trailers describe everything that's going on
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