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When Henry is receiving shock therapy after his glass eye has been removed the actor's real eyeball is visible. See more »
[referring to hitchhiker]
Well, she ain't your type.
But she sure is yours. I'll let you have her first.
Naw, I ain't too good with girls.
She ain't a girl. She's just juicy white meat.
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Not perfect by any means...but it has many redeeming qualities
Not a perfect movie by any means...but well worth a look if you have even a passing interest in the murderous exploits of Henry Lee Lucas.
In response to Ted's 'review'...if it could be called that, please don't identify yourself as Australian again. I too am Australian and your childish observations give us all a bad name. And claiming that your location means you couldn't possibly have heard of Henry Lee Lucas is embarrassing...you have a computer...have you ever tried to use it for researching something and perhaps adding to your limited knowledge of the world? Sure you may not have enjoyed the film you 'reviewed', but you base your opinions on the fact you felt the film was 'horrible'. How enlightening for us all! You should stick to films in your age bracket and leave the reviewing to us adults in future who actually have some knowledge of the medium and who are able to construct a sentence that is coherent.
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