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The Bogus - "No Animals Harmed During Filming" - Trademark Accreditation

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posted on Nov, 25 2013 @ 09:40 AM
This will be a shock to many folks. And it'll probably disgust most everyone. You know that statement Hollywood and TV Companies put on their movies and TV shows saying "No animals were harmed during the filming of this movie (or TV show)? Well ... that's not exactly true. MANY animals die or are harmed. And you never hear about it. Major coverups are in progress ...

Hollywood Reporter - "No Animals Were Harmed"
Information about how the tiger in 'Life of Pi' was nearly drowned; how 27 animals died of neglect on The Hobbit; a husky dog was beat up while filming 8 Below, and there were dog fights; a chipmunk was squashed in Failure to Launch; dozens of fish and sea animals ended up dead from the explosions that were lit off with Pirates of the Caribbean; a giraffe on Zookeeper; elderly sick dogs on Marmaduke; a 5 foot shark on a K-mart commercial; etc etc

YES Animals Were Harmed - 21 Films and Shows that Harm Animals
Those listed for modern times - Manderlay (2005); Sátántangó (1994); Flicka (2006); Apocalypse Now (1979); Oldboy(2003); Luck (2012); The Adventures Of Milo and Otis (1986/1989).

New American - Human Society Under Fire for Fuding 'No Animals Were Harmed' Pledge on Films

TIME - Life of Pi Tiger 'damn near drowned' On Set
Secret email uncovered. It contains 'language' so I won't quote it here.

posted on Nov, 25 2013 @ 09:47 AM
I was upset to see that Milo and Otis was on the list of problem movies.
It was adorable. The story was fun. And there were cute animals.
It's a childhood favorite for many people.
But the rumors that wont die are that dozens of kittens died during filming.
I'm in shock .... really ...

posted on Nov, 25 2013 @ 09:50 AM
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