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Re: Velocirapor or Size



        Reply to:   RE>>Velocirapor or Size

  Godzilla's new T-Rex foot design was due to VERY early concept drawings for
the film by Ricardo Delgado( ala Age of Reptiles comic).  He will probably
not be included in the credits because Stan Winston will take the credit for
everything( like he  usually does).  Ah yes, the wonderful world of Hollywood
at it's best.
  David Krentz

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Date: 11/10/97 3:22 PM
To: David Krentz
From: martz@holly.ColoState.EDU

Ralf Miller wrote...
> I mean, the
> filmmmakers are still blowing it, but we're not talking Godzilla.

     Speaking of which...
     If anyone has seen the teaser for the new Godzilla movie in which the
foot comes through the roof of a Natural History museum to squashes a
(more or less) anatomically correct, tail lifting Tyrannosaurus rex
skeleton, it appears that this Godzilla will be a little more anatomically
correct then the big green sumo wrestler we all know and love.
     The foot appears to be digitagrade rather then flat-footed, and has a
prominant hallux.  It looks pretty much like a normal T.rex foot.
Moreover, the tail is seen swinging through the air rather then dragging
after.  I will be interested in seeing just what this new updated Godzilla
looks like.

LN Jeff
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