Keyboards in movies/TV series!

blissontap

04 Oct 2020, 22:07

Space Mutiny 1988. Model M, 3104 Model F, 4704 F107, Wheelwriter?
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mr_a500

19 Nov 2020, 22:44

A beam spring is a major plot point in Memoirs of an Invisible Man (1992). It leads to the main guy becoming invisible.

Hey, watch that coffee.
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Oh no!
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OH GOD NO!!!
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The last shot is from the preview, not the actual movie. It's not in the movie. I suppose they cut it out because it was too graphic. Too many keyboard lovers would cry seeing a beam spring in flames.

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Yasu0

20 Nov 2020, 23:47

Here is an easier to stomach artist's reenactment pic for those averse to viewing gore. Just skip the previous post.
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mr_a500

23 Nov 2020, 17:28

Yasu0 wrote:
20 Nov 2020, 23:47
Here is an easier to stomach artist's reenactment pic for those averse to viewing gore. Just skip the previous post.
Whew. That helps... a bit. Now do a reenactment for the visually impaired. (...then for the mentally impaired :mrgreen: )

No, I don't think I'll ever get over seeing a beam spring in flames. I'll never get over Macho Grande either.

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digital_matthew

45 minutes ago

Another shot of a Model F from Space Mutiny via MST3K. Note the conspicuously absent IBM logo:
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That beam spring explosion is rough. I put that up there with the needless destruction of the Lamborghini Miura in the beginning of the original Italian Job.

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