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Thing (from Another World), The (1951, 1982) [original and remake]

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Old Aug 31, 2002, 07:31 PM   #1
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Thumbs up See The Thing big screen each year!!

Outpost #31 shows The Thing big screen each year at their annual THING-FEST event in London, Ontario, Canada. Next screenng is slated for Sat. Oct. 25th, 2003. See the full coverage from the July 2002 2nd Annual THING-FEST at the site!!

http://www.outpost31.com/todd/thingfest2002.htm

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Todd
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Old Aug 31, 2002, 10:12 PM   #2
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Re: See The Thing big screen each year!!


Why can't they do this in the US? I'd love to see that movie in the theatre.
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Old Oct 20, 2003, 09:18 PM   #3
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Re: See The Thing big screen each year!!

We're showing THE THING big screen again this coming Saturday, Oct. 25th at Western Film in London, Ontario, CANADA at THING-FEST 2003. Props will be on display and for sale, including pieces of the Outpost #31 camp and chopper wreckage.

Show Time: 4pm
Admission: $6.00
Venue: Western Film, UWO

More info: http://www.outpost31.com/todd/thingfest2003.htm

Note: Due to host troubles site will be down for a bit...

Up for auction on eBay is a section of the Norwegian helicopter rotor blade recovered this summer
from the filming location site just outside Stewart. B.C. CANADA. The rotor is 4' long, 1' wide and
weighs just over 20 lbs. Also included is a piece of Outpost #31, the Antarctic Research Station movie
set also recovered from the filming site. It is 3" X 4" and still has gray paint on it. See the auction for
more details and photos! Auction closes Oct. 30th! Opening bid is only $31.00!!!!!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=3356713558

You can also view these props at THING-FEST 2003 this Sat. Oct. 25th at THING-FEST 2003 in
London, Ontario, Canada.

Good Luck!
Todd & SPC

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