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yeah i cant believe that is dan akkroyd in ToD, that is crazy! its such a small part too.


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I can't believe you guys didn't know. It's such old news, plus it's in the credits as well.


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screen shots anyone??

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Heeeeeeeere's Danny:

http://www.theraider.net/showimage....enshots/091.jpg

And these are the missionaries:
http://www.theraider.net/showimage....enshots/092.jpg

Apparantly... " Producer Frank Marshall has again a cameo role. He plays a coolie pulling a rickshaw in the background in the airport scene at the beginning.
Even Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Anthony Powell and Sid Ganis appeared as missionaries waiting for the airplane in that same scene. "


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See, now I can clearly see Dan Aykroyd (obviously stick out tongue) ... but even now that I know exactly where to look, I *still* have absolutely no idea specifically where Speilberg and Lucas are! As for Marshall, Powell, and Ganis, I must confess that I don't actually know what they look like (and have never, in fact, heard of the latter 2) ...

Cheers for the uploads anyway queeq; at the very least, it's cool to know that Spielberg also makes a cameo in that scene smile .


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Yeah... but it's maybe only visible on the Blu Ray Edition. I can't make it out either.

But it doesn't beat Spielberg's cameo in Blues Brothers.


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another guy i reconised in TOD was 'Delbert Grady' from The Shining, and also Alexei Sayle in TLC (who's a big name in Britain most notable in 'The Young Ones', though i'm not sure how well known he is overseas) he's the guy who chooses the Rolls-Royce in the palace


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Yeah, that's a well known cameo.


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Never noticed Aykroyd.

Very cool cameo.


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awful british accent thoughstick out tongue but charming i guess


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He sounds like he is impersonating Threepio.

Very upper crust 30s style way of speaking.


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I dunno... I wasn't alive then.


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i was...



i'm a timelord ya knowyes


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Ah....


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Me neither, but fortunately, the elderly and listening to the Royals in the way they used to talk is enough to hear that shit in play. Slower, true, but speed up Queen Elizabeth and bang. Dan Ackroyd/C-3P0ish accent.


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Careful with the SW references. I got someone angry in here the last time I did that.


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GGGGGGGGGGGGGGAHHHHHHHHHHHHH

*unsheaths whip*

...Do you unsheath whips or just take them out?


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Is there a sheath long enough to hold a whip?

Just take it out... wink


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It's not the sheath that holds it no, but since it is simply the best verb to use when kicking proverbial arse, it has got to come in somewhere. Unravelling the whip sounds vaguely perverted, so I'll stick with either unsheathing or unhooking it off the belt.

Anyway, the best director's cameo in their own films? I like some of the ones Peter Jackson did in LOTR. the one with the carrot, and the Francis Ford Coppola one in Apoc. Now. They're both pretty fun, and certainly less stiff than Lucas would be in cameo'ing in any of his efforts.

Oh, I guess Scorsese in Taxi Driver tops them all though.

ONTOPIC: DAN AKROYD DAN AKROYD.


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Hitchcock is the master in director's cameo's.

But Aykroyd was great.... Maybe it was a return of favour after the Spielberg cameo in the Blues Brothers. That was darn funny.


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