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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
SnakeSexploitation
Throwing and
Whipping Snakes
 
Rattlesnakes
Cobras
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Boas, Pythons,
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The Thin Red Line (1998)
 
Spoiler Alert !

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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As a gruop of Army soldiers are making their way up a hillside on Guadalcanal Island under heavy fire, the last thing they need to run into is a big snake,that might be dangerous, but that's what happens. Blink and you'll miss it around 49:40. Director Terrence Malick likes to insert seemingly random shots of wildlife in his movies, so maybe that's what this is, but it's possible it was used to crank up the fear level of the audience. The film was made in several locations, many of them in Queensland, Australia. The snake in the shot looks like one of the large pythons found in Australia, such as a Carpet Python.
 

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