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20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954 film) - Wikipedia

In 20,000 Leagues Under the Street , as a man who hates bugs, Peter is horrified when an ant farm arrives in the mail for Ray. Peters phobia is put to the test when he is taken captive by the spirit of the long-dead Egyptian Insect God, Apshai, and his 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Study Guide CD (Timeless Classics)
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954 film) - Wikipedia

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In 20,000 Leagues Under the Street , as a man who hates bugs, Peter is horrified when an ant farm arrives in the mail for Ray. Peter's phobia is put to the test when he is taken captive by the spirit of the long-dead Egyptian Insect God, Apshai, and his horde of giant insect slaves. [1]

Peter ran through a forest filled with fog. A large ant monster confronted Peter. Peter fired but the Proton Stream had no effect on it. It sliced the cord connecting Peter's Particle Thrower to his Proton Pack and left him defenseless. Peter backed over to the edge of cliff and climbed onto a tree as the monster drew closer to him. Then Peter fell off his chair in his office and woke up. Ray ran past Peter to answer the front door. Egon and Slimer were curious what the package was. Peter hoped in vain it was a back massager. It was an ant farm. Peter was less than pleased and declared the world would be better off without bugs.

Winston: Even in those days you had to commute, huh?
Janine: Oh, ha, ha, you're hilarious, Winston.

Egon: Yes, but we'll need a fire department pumper and four thousand gallons of honey.
Winston: If Egon ever flips out, how are we gonna tell?

In 20,000 Leagues Under the Street , as a man who hates bugs, Peter is horrified when an ant farm arrives in the mail for Ray. Peter's phobia is put to the test when he is taken captive by the spirit of the long-dead Egyptian Insect God, Apshai, and his horde of giant insect slaves. [1]

Peter ran through a forest filled with fog. A large ant monster confronted Peter. Peter fired but the Proton Stream had no effect on it. It sliced the cord connecting Peter's Particle Thrower to his Proton Pack and left him defenseless. Peter backed over to the edge of cliff and climbed onto a tree as the monster drew closer to him. Then Peter fell off his chair in his office and woke up. Ray ran past Peter to answer the front door. Egon and Slimer were curious what the package was. Peter hoped in vain it was a back massager. It was an ant farm. Peter was less than pleased and declared the world would be better off without bugs.

Winston: Even in those days you had to commute, huh?
Janine: Oh, ha, ha, you're hilarious, Winston.

Egon: Yes, but we'll need a fire department pumper and four thousand gallons of honey.
Winston: If Egon ever flips out, how are we gonna tell?

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A high-profile remake of the classic Jules Verne adaptation 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea has reportedly been shelved by studio Disney after Brad Pitt quit the lead role.

David Fincher's movie was due to begin shooting in Sydney next month, with the support of a £15m grant from the Australian government. Pitt had been earmarked for the role of cocky master harpooner Ned Land, made famous by Kirk Douglas , but there were reports in February that he had left the project .

The news that Australia had wooed Disney with a multimillion dollar package had been hailed as a sign that the two countries were set to renew their connection after a troubled period in which the strong Australian dollar made the country less attractive to US studios as a filmmaking location. Prime minister Julia Gillard said she expected 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea to create more than 2,000 jobs. However, the Australian Associated Press now reports that production on the film will not begin until at least 2014 .

A rollicking maritime adventure movie about the mysterious Captain Nemo and his submarine the Nautilus, the original 20,000 Leagues featured Douglas alongside James Mason as Nemo. It won Academy awards for art direction and special effects and was 1954's second-highest-grossing movie.

Meanwhile, Pitt is currently struggling with his own Hollywood big-budget production, the troubled post-apocalyptic horror World War Z, whose budget, some unverified reports suggest, has ballooned to more than $400m (£263m) after significant reshoots and a final third rewrite from Lost's Damon Lindelof.

In 20,000 Leagues Under the Street , as a man who hates bugs, Peter is horrified when an ant farm arrives in the mail for Ray. Peter's phobia is put to the test when he is taken captive by the spirit of the long-dead Egyptian Insect God, Apshai, and his horde of giant insect slaves. [1]

Peter ran through a forest filled with fog. A large ant monster confronted Peter. Peter fired but the Proton Stream had no effect on it. It sliced the cord connecting Peter's Particle Thrower to his Proton Pack and left him defenseless. Peter backed over to the edge of cliff and climbed onto a tree as the monster drew closer to him. Then Peter fell off his chair in his office and woke up. Ray ran past Peter to answer the front door. Egon and Slimer were curious what the package was. Peter hoped in vain it was a back massager. It was an ant farm. Peter was less than pleased and declared the world would be better off without bugs.

Winston: Even in those days you had to commute, huh?
Janine: Oh, ha, ha, you're hilarious, Winston.

Egon: Yes, but we'll need a fire department pumper and four thousand gallons of honey.
Winston: If Egon ever flips out, how are we gonna tell?

© 2011-2016 MediaNaviCo LLC. All rights reserved. FandangoNOW is a trademark of Fandango Media, LLC.

A high-profile remake of the classic Jules Verne adaptation 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea has reportedly been shelved by studio Disney after Brad Pitt quit the lead role.

David Fincher's movie was due to begin shooting in Sydney next month, with the support of a £15m grant from the Australian government. Pitt had been earmarked for the role of cocky master harpooner Ned Land, made famous by Kirk Douglas , but there were reports in February that he had left the project .

The news that Australia had wooed Disney with a multimillion dollar package had been hailed as a sign that the two countries were set to renew their connection after a troubled period in which the strong Australian dollar made the country less attractive to US studios as a filmmaking location. Prime minister Julia Gillard said she expected 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea to create more than 2,000 jobs. However, the Australian Associated Press now reports that production on the film will not begin until at least 2014 .

A rollicking maritime adventure movie about the mysterious Captain Nemo and his submarine the Nautilus, the original 20,000 Leagues featured Douglas alongside James Mason as Nemo. It won Academy awards for art direction and special effects and was 1954's second-highest-grossing movie.

Meanwhile, Pitt is currently struggling with his own Hollywood big-budget production, the troubled post-apocalyptic horror World War Z, whose budget, some unverified reports suggest, has ballooned to more than $400m (£263m) after significant reshoots and a final third rewrite from Lost's Damon Lindelof.

Use this assessment to check your understanding of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. It will ask questions about several of the characters in the novel.

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In 20,000 Leagues Under the Street , as a man who hates bugs, Peter is horrified when an ant farm arrives in the mail for Ray. Peter's phobia is put to the test when he is taken captive by the spirit of the long-dead Egyptian Insect God, Apshai, and his horde of giant insect slaves. [1]

Peter ran through a forest filled with fog. A large ant monster confronted Peter. Peter fired but the Proton Stream had no effect on it. It sliced the cord connecting Peter's Particle Thrower to his Proton Pack and left him defenseless. Peter backed over to the edge of cliff and climbed onto a tree as the monster drew closer to him. Then Peter fell off his chair in his office and woke up. Ray ran past Peter to answer the front door. Egon and Slimer were curious what the package was. Peter hoped in vain it was a back massager. It was an ant farm. Peter was less than pleased and declared the world would be better off without bugs.

Winston: Even in those days you had to commute, huh?
Janine: Oh, ha, ha, you're hilarious, Winston.

Egon: Yes, but we'll need a fire department pumper and four thousand gallons of honey.
Winston: If Egon ever flips out, how are we gonna tell?

© 2011-2016 MediaNaviCo LLC. All rights reserved. FandangoNOW is a trademark of Fandango Media, LLC.



 
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