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The Thing Movie Clip - watch all clips *******j.mp/z1c3bY click to subscribe *******j.mp/sNDUs5 Bennings (Peter Maloney) is taken over by the Thing, but the process of imitation is incomplete. He stumbles out into the snow, with claws as hands, before he is immolated by MacReady (Kurt Russell). TM & © Universal (2012) Cast: Kurt Russell, Peter Maloney, Donald Moffat, Thomas G. Waites Director: John Carpenter MOVIECLIPS YouTube Channel: *******j.mp/vqieFG Join our Facebook page: *******j.mp/tb8OMH Follow us on Twitter: *******j.mp/rZzGsm Buy Movie: *******amzn.to/smRO82 Producer: Stuart Cohen, David Foster, Larry J. Franco, Wilbur Stark, Lawrence Turman Screenwriter: Bill Lancaster Film Description: A companion piece to Nanni's 1989 Palombella Rossa, this shorter work is a documentary on Italy's Communist Party: the future of the PCI (Partito Comunista Italiano), and the future -- if any - "the thing","the thing clip","the thing trailer","the thing 2011","kurt russell","donald moffat","peter maloney","thomas g waites","john carpenter","fire videos","flares videos","gas can videos","alien sci-fi","cult horror","sci-fi fantasy","sci-fi horror","larry j franco","lawrence turman","david foster","stuart cohen","wilbur stark","fear videos","transformation videos","outdoors videos","rj macready",garry,"movie clips",movieclipsdotcom,#AMG:V++++49462,/m/01g969,/m/0jy_wy,/m/0f0p1q,/m/0kry2z
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The Thing Movie Clip - watch all clips *******j.mp/z1c3bY click to subscribe *******j.mp/sNDUs5 While locked up in the dog kennel, the Thing attacks Clarks' (Richard Masur) dogs. MacReady (Kurt Russell) uses a shotgun, and Childs (Keith David) brings the flamethrower to destroy the creature. TM & © Universal (2012) Cast: Kurt Russell, David Clennon, Keith David, Peter Maloney, Richard Masur Director: John Carpenter MOVIECLIPS YouTube Channel: *******j.mp/vqieFG Join our Facebook page: *******j.mp/tb8OMH Follow us on Twitter: *******j.mp/rZzGsm Buy Movie: *******amzn.to/smRO82 Producer: Stuart Cohen, David Foster, Larry J. Franco, Wilbur Stark, Lawrence Turman Screenwriter: Bill Lancaster Film Description: A companion piece to Nanni's 1989 Palombella Rossa, this shorter work is a documentary on Italy's Communist Party: the future of the PCI (Partito Comunista Italiano), and the future -- if any - "the thing","the thing clip","the thing trailer","the thing 2011","kurt russell","keith david","richard masur","david clennon","peter maloney","john carpenter","dog videos","flame thrower videos","shotgun videos","alien sci-fi","cult horror","sci-fi fantasy","sci-fi horror","larry j franco","lawrence turman","david foster","stuart cohen","wilbur stark","rj macready",childs,"george bennings",clark,"movie clips",movieclipsdotcom,#AMG:V++++49462,/m/01g969,/m/042mjh,/m/03pmzt,/m/0jy_wy,/m/033071
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The clip the-medical-evidence-part-2 from JFK (1991) with Kevin Costner, Peter Maloney. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. I was told the family wanted the examination of the head. Oh, Christ. Looks like half his brain is gone. - Weigh it. -653 grams. As a pathologist, it was your obligation to explore... ...all possible causes of death. I had the cause of death. Your Honor, please direct the witness to answer my question. Why did Col. Finck not dissect the tract of the bullet wound? I heard Dr. Humes stating... That's enough. That's enough. It's duly noted. Let's check the back. I can feel the end of the wound with my finger. That won't be necessary. Watch the ear! Shot in the back. Cheap crime. He said: Who's in charge here? I am. I don't remember his name. It was quite crowded. And when you are called to look at the wounds of the dead President... ...you don't ask people for their names and who they are. But you were a qualified pathologist. Was the Army General? No. But you took his orders. Yes. - So he was directing the autopsy. - No. There were others. There were admirals. When you're a Lieutenant Colonel, you follow orders. It is not our business to discuss this with anyone outside this room. As I recall, Admiral Kenney, Navy Surgeon General... ...specifically told us not to discuss the case.
3 Feb 2013
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The clip the-medical-evidence from JFK (1991) with Kevin Costner, Peter Maloney. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. ...saw the back of the President's head blasted out! Doctor Peters. There was a large 7 cm opening at the right occipital parietal area. A considerable portion of the brain was missing. A fifth or possibly a quarter of the back of the head had been blasted out... ...along with the underlying brain tissue. When's the proper time to declare one dead? There was also a large fragment of skull attached to a flap of the scalp. The exit hole in the rear of his head measured about 120 mm... ...or five inches, across. Not one of the civilian doctors who examined the President... ...regarded his throat wound as anything but an entry wound. But then the body was illegally moved to Washington for the autopsy. ...there's a big difference between an autopsy performed by civilian doctors... ...and one that is performed by military doctors under orders. The departure of Air Force One, Friday afternoon was not so much a takeoff... ...as it was a getaway, with the newly sworn in President. Objection! Sustained. On the plane, the White House Situation Room announced Oswald's guilt... ...to all passengers before any kind of investigation had begun. The "angry lone nut" solution is beginning to take shape. - Objection, Your Honor. - Sustained. Please bottle the acid. The three Bethesda doctors picked by the military left something to be desired. None of them had experience with combat-gunfire wounds. Through their autopsy, we've been able to justify eight wounds from two bullets. Three to Kennedy, five to Connally. One of them being the "magic bullet. " - FBl? - Here. Col. Finck, are you saying someone told you not to dissect the neck?
3 Feb 2013
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From the movie The Thing - Bennings (Peter Maloney) is taken over by the Thing, but the process of imitation is incomplete. He stumbles out into the snow, with claws as hands, before he is immolated by MacReady (Kurt Russell).
17 Mar 2012
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From the movie Jeffrey - Jeffrey (Steven Weber) imagines having a painfully honest conversation with his mom (Debra Monk) and dad (Peter Maloney).
24 Mar 2011
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