History Trivia / TheWrongTrousers

18th Jun '17 9:04:17 PM jormis29
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* CreatorsFavorite: Nick Park has said that this short had what he felt was the best pacing and the most self-contained story of any Wallace and Gromit film.

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* CreatorsFavorite: Nick Park Creator/NickPark has said that this short had what he felt was the best pacing and the most self-contained story of any Wallace and Gromit film.
7th Jun '17 2:44:26 PM NWolfman
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* DevelopmentGag: Steve Box described Feathers [=McGraw=] as being animated "like a floating milk bottle." [[spoiler:Gromit defeats him by catching him inside one]].
7th Jun '17 1:41:37 PM NWolfman
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* CreatorsFavorite: Nick Park has said that this short had what he felt was the best pacing and the most self-contained story of any Wallace and Gromit film.
7th Jun '17 1:36:45 PM NWolfman
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** The decision to have Feathers constantly blaring organ music from his room came from putting on records of generic organ music during dailies so as not to make the music-less footage appear boring.
7th Jun '17 1:35:06 PM NWolfman
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* OrphanedReferance: Feathers [=McGraw=] is a holdover from [[WhatCouldHaveBeen the original idea for the story]], where a huge flock of penguins came to live with Wallace and Gromit during an especially cold winter in England. In the final film, he's a penguin because [[RuleOfFunny it's funny]].

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* OrphanedReferance: OrphanedReference: Feathers [=McGraw=] is a holdover from [[WhatCouldHaveBeen the original idea for the story]], where a huge flock of penguins came to live with Wallace and Gromit during an especially cold winter in England. In the final film, he's a penguin because [[RuleOfFunny it's funny]].
7th Jun '17 1:34:15 PM NWolfman
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* OrphanedReferance: Feathers [=McGraw=] is a holdover from [[WhatCouldHaveBeen the original idea for the story]], where a huge flock of penguins came to live with Wallace and Gromit during an especially cold winter in England. In the final film, he's a penguin because [[RuleOfFunny it's funny]].
6th Jun '17 11:26:06 AM NWolfman
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* ThrowItIn: In-between shooting days on the breakfast scene, all of the props shifted overnight. Wallace bangs the table and jostles everything to hide the jump cut.

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In-between shooting days on the breakfast scene, all of the props shifted overnight. Wallace bangs the table and jostles everything to hide the jump cut.
5th Jun '17 11:01:36 PM Docyoshi
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** In Feathers McGrew's first scene, he was meant to slowly turn around and face Gromit. The model however was so small this was impossible, so a sharp and sudden turn was used and was deemed more effective.

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** In Feathers McGrew's [=McGraw=]'s first scene, he was meant to slowly turn around and face Gromit. The model however was so small this was impossible, so a sharp and sudden turn was used and was deemed more effective. Making a very fitting EstablishingCharacterMoment.
5th Jun '17 11:00:30 PM Docyoshi
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** In Feathers McGrew's first scene, he was meant to slowly turn around and face Gromit. The model however was so small this was impossible, so a sharp and sudden turn was used and was deemed more effective.
29th Nov '16 12:53:49 AM NWolfman
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* ThrowItIn: In-between shooting days on the breakfast scene, all of the props shifted overnight. Wallace bangs the table and jostles everything to hide the jump cut.
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