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Herd (1999)

 -  Sci-Fi | Short  -  10 April 1999 (USA)
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Kent Osborne ...
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Pesion
Tom Winkler ...
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An entire short film entitled "Painting With Pesion" was shot for the sequence when "Alien" watches the black & white painting show on TV. Created and directed by Conrad Vernon, this is the excerpt we see on screen. However, to keep the editing of the film fast, what ends up on screen is only Vernon's voice (as Pesion) and a brief simple shot of one of his epic paintings: a cow. See more »

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Spoofs E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) See more »

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Written & Performed by Shawn Patterson
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Greatest cow levitation scene ever
26 April 2000 | by (Virginia) – See all my reviews

Greatest cow levitation scene ever in the history of motion pictures. New uses for little bits and pieces of your household appliances, including your cat clock. How to crack an egg. Further proof that the $200,000,000 spent on Titanic was $199,995,000 more than it takes to make an outstanding movie. Herd has got it all!!


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