Production Stills

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Pingui #2
Directors Film Company
New Mexico
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Wrigleys Gum
Directors Film Company
Los Angeles, CA
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Pingui #1
Directors Film Company
New Mexico
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BVR
Directors Film Company
Ft. Worth, TX
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Into The Wild
Sean Penn and Homeowner
Portland, OR
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Pingui #1
Directors Film Company
New Mexico
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Norm Thompson
Cast and Crew
Portland, OR
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Clorox Detergent
Respond 2
Portland, OR
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Clorox Detergent
Respond 2
Portland, OR
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Trunk Monkey/Suburban Auto Group
Limbo Films
Portland, OR
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Bravo – Bull Run
Limbo Films
Portland, OR
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“Out On A Limb” 1992

– My favorite homeowner, David Householter and Second A.D. Linda Brachman discussing the bear that wouldn’t come out of hibernation to work as an animal actor that day.

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“Out On A Limb” 1992

– Inspired by the great craft service, the writers come up with bright ideas.

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“The Little Rascals” 1994

– My two favorite coyotes, Brian and Bingo make a run to the vet for a little snip snip!

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“Out On A Limb” 1992

– The Overlord of all Location Managers, Bruce Lawhead, discusses why tents fall down during 50 mph winds on the California coast.

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Wes Craven Set

– Freddie learns his lines… “Sticks and stones may break my bones… but nothin’ will ever kill me”

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“Breaking In” 1989

– The man who started it all, Harry Gittes, and the erotic dancing Director William Forsyth.

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“Out On A Limb” 1992

– In the olden days, Patty Klawonn returns calls via phone booth. Eww!

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“Out On A Limb” 1992

– Director, Francis Veber and Cinematographer Don Thorin review footage of new scene thunk-up by those writers at the craft service table