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Re: Un-narrowed Re: Movies

From: Ryan M Gill <rmgill@m...>
Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 20:53:36 -0400
Subject: Re: Un-narrowed Re: Movies

At 8:22 PM -0400 7/17/01, Aaron Teske wrote:
>  It's Miyazaki.  They *all* have some sort of flying machine... 
>Laputa has the great mucking chunk of land in the sky at the end, 
>though dirigibles do figure throughout.  Kiki has the dirigible at 
>the end (not to mention the whole flying broomstick thing). 
>Nausicaa... well, okay, no dirigibles, but plenty of odd flying 

Bumblecrows and corvettes and brigs and barges. All wonderful

>And the list goes on... I don't think there's a single Miyazaki out 
>there without something odd that flys in it.  Even his Lupin III TV 
>series episode had something!	(A take-off of the Spruce Goose, 

Its a Dornier DO-X. Not to mention a number of other odd Interwar 
years aircraft.

>>That would be it. Dirigables, flying robots with atomic rays, 
>>flapping personal transport and really neat scenes. I'd like a game 
>>based around the time period.
>Modified Space: 1889?
>					  Aaron

Perhaps. But I think the float wood would be unnecessary.

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