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Gareth Knight
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       Feature Films

          "Betrayed", (producer unknown), motion picture.
            Amiga used to maintain database of right-wing extremists.

  New>    "Candyman"
            Not confirmed.

          "City Slickers", motion picture, starring Billy Crystal.

          "Death Train", starring Pierce Brosnan, motion picture.
            SCALA used to display secret Russian information.
            SCALA logo visible onscreen.

  New>    "Earth Girls are Easy", 1989 with Jeff Goldblum, Jim Carrey,
            Geena Davis and Damon Wayans.
            Commodore 1084 monitor and an Amiga spotted.

          "Fantastic Four: The Movie", motion picture.

          "Food of the Gods 2", motion picture.
            Amiga used as prop on the growth lab.

          "Freaked", with Brooke Shields.
            Workbench spotted.

          "Freejack", feature film, starring Emilio Estevez.
            Lightwave generated animation of main character's race car.
            Video Toaster generated time-warp displays.
            Graphics created by Joe Conti.

          "Honey, I Blew Up the Baby".
            Effects produced by Anti-Gravity Workshop.

          "Hot Shots, Part Deux", motion picture.

          "Jurassic Park", previsualization by Amblin Imaging.

          "Me Myself I".
            Amiga 1000 and notepad used. (Not verified.)

          "More than Human", Walt Disney Studios.
            Amiga generated graphics of androids.

          "Motel Blue 19", horror film.
            Cinemorph used for morphing sequences.

          "Mouth of Madness", directed by John Carpenter.
            Amiga created book covers, posters, and stage setting graphics.

          "Necronomicon", feature film.

          "Neon Warrior", motion picture.
            Amiga also used in creation of a corresponding video game.

          "Pacco, doppio pacco e contropaccotto", Italian movie.
            A500 on screen used for databasing.

          "Panama Deception", Oscar Award Winning "Best Documentary Film".

  New>    "Pelle og Proffen", Norwegian movie.
            Amiga 500 and notepad used.

          "Prince of Darkness", motion picture (1987).
            Amiga 1000s used to write down some evil phrases.
            With external diskdrives and monitors (the ancient ones)
            by Commodore-Amiga.

          "Robocop", motion picture (year and studio unknown).
            Amiga generated special effects.

          "Robocop 2", motion picture (year and studio unknown).
            Amiga generated special effects.

            Amiga computer and Workbench visible.

          "Sidekicks", starring Chuck Norris.

          "Star Trek VI", feature film.
            Lightwave generated graphics by Joe Conti.
            USS Enterprise and USS Excelsior modeled by Allen Hastings.

          "Stepfather III".
            Amiga 500 used as prop with Deluxe Paint and Digi View.

          "Terminator II", motion picture.
            Amiga generated morphs.

          "The Abyss", motion picture (year and studio unknown).
            Turbo Silver 3 used to model water tentacles and aliens.

          "The Gods Must Be Crazy II".
            Amiga 2000 used to display graphics in the opening.

          "Three Men and A Baby".
            Amiga character generation and titling by Rick Probst.

          "Total Recall", motion picture.
            Digital Creations SuperGen genlocked graphics.

  New>    "Toy Soldiers".
            Amiga 2000 spotted.

          "Warlock", produced by Trimark.

          "Warlock II", produced by Trimark.

          "Wayne's World II", starring Dana Carvey and Mike Myers.
            Produced by Paramount Pictures.

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