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Mike Delano

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  1. You only beat my by 5 minutes on the Fantastic Planet guess - I was typing in the answer when I realized you had already posted it... damn.
  2. I hate to do this to you, but it has to be Pan's Labyrinth. Just watched it the other night. Not a bad movie.
  3. Holy crap, that was just an instinct guess - I remember the scene and the room, but I dont remember those colors. For anyone who has not seen this movie and enjoys sci-fi, this is a great psychological film. I would highly recommend it. It was one of the first DVD I bought when the studios started converting mainly to DVD instead of VHS. That was 10 or 11 years ago...
  4. Event Horizon. Picture doesn't look like any scene from the film I can recall, but it's worth a shot.
  5. Definitely Demon Seed - I can see part of the base of the robotic hand that was attached to the motorized wheelchair
  6. Without even trying to make sense of the image, I'm just going to take a stab and say 'Alien' - science fiction but scary as hell the first time I saw it
  7. OK guys, Welcome to My Nightmare came out in about 1975 and if that was the second LB he bought, then this unknown film had to be released prior to 75 by my logic (provided he bought Welcome to My Nightmare around the time it came out). So, that narrows the time period from 1960 to 1975 for this film. With that said, I still have no idea what it is
  8. Tim - You might actually still be able to use this technique even if the running gear is fixed (I've done itbefore with Panzer III's and IV's) - especially since T-50's have one guide horn per link. Since there should be a good bit of clearance between the idlers, sprockets and return rollers and the fenders, you shouldn't have any problem wrapping thetrack around them in place - just dont glue the track ends together - i usually work it so the opposite ends of the track lentghs meet at the bottom of the running gear below the roadwheel closets to the middle. Once dried over night, you sh
  9. Tim - I use the technique described in the below article by Andy Herbert. I substitute Tamiya Extra Thin Cement for Testors Liquid Cement that his article calls for. This technique works wonderfully! http://www.armorama.com/modules.php?op=mod...e&artid=127
  10. If you guys are referring to me about a 4th guess in that last round, I only made one guess, which was The Omega Man. If you're not referring to me, then it's a moot point.
  11. I'm going to take a wild guess and say Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back - this looks like it could possibl be a Cloud City / Bespin scene
  12. Late 60's / Early 70's timeframe plus the Doomsday / Post Apacalyptic theme plus huge success can mean only one movie: The Omega Man One of my favorites that was done no justice by the recent remake titled after the novel that was the basis of the original film.
  13. Wait, If I count correctly, I've only put in two guesses - I thought we got three....
  14. Does anybody know the back story on these? I would imagine they aren't units were here by accident (ie trying to ford too deep water, stuck in a bog, etc...) - by the number of them it looks like it was a systematic burial
  15. I want to say it's Quatermass and the Pit, but I feel like that movie was fairly well known, at least in england
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