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Able Edwards (Walt Disneyesque film) anyone see it?


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  • Able Edwards (Walt Disneyesque film) anyone see it?

    I found a DVD called "Able Edwards" at Best Buy this week. Released theatrically in 2004, this film tells of a "Walt Disneyesque" character (their description) who is cloned in the future.

    Able is clearly supposed to be Walt, he starts as an animator then develops a theme park etc, etc.

    It's an interesting study of what being a clone would be like.

    What was most interesting about the film is that the entire film was shot against a green screen like Sky Captain (which was made later, actually.)

    Here is a screenshot from the begining of the film:

    And here is an iconic shot from later in the film:

    Anyone else see this?
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    Re: Able Edwards (Walt Disneyesque film) anyone see it?

    I haven't heard of it... but I may make an effort to do so now.

    I find it interesting that Sky Captain was originally to use vintage still photographs...

    If you want to see another great greenscreen epic, hunt down Casshern, based on the 1970s anime.


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