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23rd Jun '16 8:48:44 AM dsneybuf
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* In Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast, when the Beast steps into a spotlight to reveal himself to Belle, the camera shows his lupine feet before his monstrous face.

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* In Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast, ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', when the Beast steps into a spotlight to reveal himself to Belle, the camera shows his lupine feet before his monstrous face.
23rd Jun '16 8:48:29 AM dsneybuf
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* In Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast, when the Beast steps into a spotlight to reveal himself to Belle, the camera shows his lupine feet before his monstrous face.
17th Jun '16 4:08:05 PM whylacine
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* Book 20 of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' series with the first official art of a Hork-Bajir in the series. This angle was copied again multiple times in the ''Series/{{Animorphs}}'' TV adaptation.

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* Book 20 of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' series with the first official art [[http://animorphs.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Animorphs_discovery_book_20_inside_cover.jpg]] of a Hork-Bajir in the series. This angle was copied again multiple times in the ''Series/{{Animorphs}}'' TV adaptation.adaptation [[http://animorphs.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Hork_Bajir%27s_Legs.jpg]].



* The ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' TV adaptation does this multiple times with the Hork-Bajir. This mirrors the first official artistic interpretation of the species, in Book 20 of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'', in which only his feet can be seen [[Spoiler:next to Marco's cobra morph.]]

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* The ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' TV adaptation does this multiple times with the Hork-Bajir. Hork-Bajir [[http://animorphs.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Hork_Bajir%27s_Legs.jpg]]. This mirrors the first official artistic interpretation of the species, species [[http://animorphs.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Animorphs_discovery_book_20_inside_cover.jpg]], in Book 20 of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'', in which only his feet can be seen [[Spoiler:next to Marco's cobra morph.]]seen.
17th Jun '16 4:01:06 PM whylacine
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* Book 20 of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' series with the feet of a Hork-Bajir. Camera angle copied again in the ''Series/{{Animorphs}}''

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* Book 20 of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' series with the feet first official art of a Hork-Bajir. Camera Hork-Bajir in the series. This angle was copied again multiple times in the ''Series/{{Animorphs}}''''Series/{{Animorphs}}'' TV adaptation.



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* The ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' TV adaptation does this multiple times with the Hork-Bajir. This mirrors the first official artistic interpretation of the species, in Book 20 of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'', in which only his feet can be seen [[Spoiler:next to Marco's cobra morph.]]
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17th Jun '16 3:54:37 PM whylacine
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* <a href= "http://animorphs.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Animorphs_discovery_book_20_inside_cover.jpg"> Book 20 </a> of the ''Literature/Animorphs'' series showcases the first official appearance of a Hork-Bajir, but only its feet. The same tactic is used in the ''Series/Animorphs'' in multiple shots.
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* <a href= "http://animorphs.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Animorphs_discovery_book_20_inside_cover.jpg"> Book 20 </a> of the ''Literature/Animorphs'' series showcases the first official appearance of a Hork-Bajir, but only its feet. The same tactic is used in the ''Series/Animorphs'' in multiple shots.
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* In the opening scene of the TV Miniseries ''The Deliberate Stranger'', a pretty young woman walks through a parking lot. The camera pans down to the ground and a pair of feet enter the frame, depicting their owner as slowly stalking the girl. He catches up to her, and there's a scream as the scene fades to black. The movie was about the exploits of SerialKiller Ted Bundy and while this particular scene depicted the abduction and murder of his fifth or sixth victim, there are numerous similar scenes scattered throughout the film.

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* In the opening scene Book 20 of the TV Miniseries ''The Deliberate Stranger'', a pretty young woman walks through a parking lot. The camera pans down to ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' series with the ground and a pair of feet enter of a Hork-Bajir. Camera angle copied again in the frame, depicting their owner as slowly stalking the girl. He catches up to her, and there's a scream as the scene fades to black. The movie was about the exploits of SerialKiller Ted Bundy and while this particular scene depicted the abduction and murder of his fifth or sixth victim, there are numerous similar scenes scattered throughout the film.''Series/{{Animorphs}}''


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* In the opening scene of the TV Miniseries ''The Deliberate Stranger'', a pretty young woman walks through a parking lot. The camera pans down to the ground and a pair of feet enter the frame, depicting their owner as slowly stalking the girl. He catches up to her, and there's a scream as the scene fades to black. The movie was about the exploits of SerialKiller Ted Bundy and while this particular scene depicted the abduction and murder of his fifth or sixth victim, there are numerous similar scenes scattered throughout the film.
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17th Jun '16 3:50:56 PM whylacine
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* <a href= "http://animorphs.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Animorphs_discovery_book_20_inside_cover.jpg"> Book 20 </a> of the ''Literature/Animorphs'' series showcases the first official appearance of a Hork-Bajir, but only its feet. The same tactic is used in the ''Series/Animorphs'' in multiple shots.
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2nd May '16 3:48:07 AM BobTanaka
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* In ''Film/Godzilla2014,'' Godzilla's arrival at Honolulu airport is announced by his enormous foot slamming down in front of the terminal window, turning what had been a loud, chaotic scene into shocked silence.
19th Mar '16 3:54:49 PM eroock
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Differs from FeetFirstIntroduction in that it isn't necessarily the first appearance of the character.

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Differs from FeetFirstIntroduction in that it isn't necessarily the first appearance of the character.
character. Compare GiantFootOfStomping and TrampledUnderfoot.
13th Jan '16 1:07:32 PM Morgenthaler
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* In ''Film/JurassicPark'', the approach of the ''T rex'' is once shown by its foot coming down into the shot and sinking into the mud.
** Later in the same film, the hook-clawed foot of a ''Velociraptor'' in the Visitor Center kitchen as two young children try desperately to hide from the predators.

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* In ''Film/JurassicPark'', the ''Film/JurassicPark'':
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approach of the ''T rex'' is once shown by its foot coming down into the shot and sinking into the mud.
** Later in the same film, on, the hook-clawed foot of a ''Velociraptor'' in the Visitor Center kitchen as two young children try desperately to hide from the predators.
28th Mar '15 3:05:55 PM PreciousTerrestrials
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* During Davy Jones' FeetFirstIntroduction in ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest'', we see his mutated crab-like right foot before his comparatively normal left.

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* During Davy Jones' FeetFirstIntroduction in ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest'', we see his mutated crab-like right foot before his comparatively normal left. If you look carefully, you can see a plank in the ship's deck crack under his weight.
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