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It seems quite quaint now that at that time raising the Titanic whole seemed like something that could even be contemplated
Is the missing smokestack intentional or just missing? I remember Clive Cussler got that detail wrong in the book but was it carried over to the movie?
Work on a film set, they said, it’s an noble and glamorous profession, they said, you’re not getting cold under the studio lights, they said.
I know this is irrelevant and doesn’t add to the conversation, and I don’t usually make a comment like this, but I am pretty sure he is peeing.
That’s a fucking cool job title to have on your CV : Professional Frog Man. None of this shitty amateur amphibian stuff
What’s a frogman? What’s the difference between amateur and professional frogman? Was he able to actually move the model ship or is this just hype?
About the size of a U.K. Narrow boat.
r/modelmakers would probably like this one. Any other images of the actual model?
You ever seen a frogkid hun?
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The film’s producer, Lord Grade, later said “it would have been cheaper to lower the Atlantic.”
This model still exists BTW:
This link has some photos of it as well along with a few of what crap shape it is in today.
In contrast with the model of the mothership from Close Encounters (which I’ve seen in the Air and Space Museum and is in fantastic shape) this prop wasn’t valued as the movie wasn’t iconic. But it’s a cool assed prop.