A Guide to the Amphibians
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Snakes In Movies

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Snakes in Movies
Lizards in Movies
Turtles in Movies
Amphibians in Movies
Alligators and Crocodiles
in Movies
Snake Face
All Movie Snakes
Must Die!
All Movie Snakes
Want to Kill You!
Snake Bites
Snakes Used
as Weapons
Giant Monster Snakes with a Taste
for Human Flesh
Pet Snakes
Snakes Used
to Shock Us
Dancing With Snakes
Snake Charmers
Snake People
Snakes Used Realistically
Snakes Used for
Food or Medicine
Snake Fights
Throwing and
Whipping Snakes
Black Mambas
Boas, Pythons,
and Anacondas

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Lewis & Clark & George (1997)
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Some of these pictures and descriptions may give away plot details that you might not want to know before watching the film.
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In this comedy crime thriller without much comedy or thrills, Rose McGowan is George, who silent throughout almost the entire movie. She breaks into a zoo and steals a rare snake from China that is so deadly you die within 2 minutes after the venom gets into your bloodstream. She is supposed to sell it to a man, but runs off with it instead, so he chases after her. She carries the snake around in a gym bag with holes poked in it and feeds it dead bugs she scrapes off a bug zapper. She runs into two ex-convicts who are trying to get to Mexico to claim a gold mine, and teams up with them, and along the way we witness all sorts of car thefts, senseless killings, and a backseat lip-sync performance of "Where the Boys Are."

The rare and deadly snake we see in the film is mostly just a gopher snake painted green. It looks like a Sonoran Gopher Snake. In one scene, when it bites someone, they use a rattlesnake painted green (that looks like its mouth is sewn shut) probably because it looks more like what the audience expects a poisonous snake to look like.


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