Ants can recognize themselves in the mirror.
It seems you could get away with using this maybe once or twice. Once they realized what this fucking thing was they would heavily prioritize destroying it before it could do anything.Probably the craziest weapon used during World War I was the Livens Large Gallery Flame Projector. It was a giant subterranean flamethrower built underneath no-mans-land, and it was designed to push its armored nozzle up through the ground and incinerate the German trenches before an infantry attack. Two of them were used at the Battle of the Somme in 1916. The only problem was that they were fragile and vulnerable to artillery fire. Here's a video of a replica being fired on Time Team:
Bambi was premiered in 1942 and became available in the US in 1989 and five years after that in the UK/Europe. Check mate.Hop was released on April 1st 2011 and didn't get a home media release until March a year later. One of the longest times for a film to go from theatrical to home media in the modern world.
Even for Lucas, that's remarkably stupid. I'm glad that never happened.In the original script for the phantom menace, Lucas originally intended for Obi-Wan Kenobi to die and Qui-gon Jinn would have taken on both Obi-Wan's quest to train Anakin as well as take his name. This would have tied into episode 4 when Qui-gon saves Luke from Tusken raiders and talks about R2-D2 searching for Obi-Wan Kenobi. This was scrapped because Lucas didn't want 2 twists in the same movie.
Up until toothbrushes came around most civilization used to brush with sticks.Ancient Romans used to brush their teeth with sticks and rat brains for “flavor”