Wallace & Grommit A Close Shave Easter Egg - Feathers MacGraw

Go to the scene where Gromit is flying down the cliff, and if you look VERY carefully there is the pengin Feathers MacGraw from The Wrong Trousers embedded in the cliff face!!!

ps i know this because the company my uncle works for, CFC, did the special effects.

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Contributed By: Matt on 09-26-1999
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Camjturner writes:
If you look at the Episodes of Wallace and Gromit, you see the infamous penguin mentioned several times. For instance, one headling in Wallace's newspaper (In "A fine day out) reads "Feathers McGraw on the loose!".
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Goku writes:
In a close shave, if you look on the walls in the jail cell that Gromit is put in, you'll see some graffiti that says Feathers was here
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squirrelboy writes:
Also, the headlines in The Wrong Trousers read "Moon Cheese Share Soar," probably referring to the "moon cheese" that Wallace brought back from "A Grand Day Out."
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Kulock writes:
Camjturner: That's called "foreshadowing". O_o But yes, the Wallace and Gromit movies have tons of things hidden around, for instance, in the Wrong Trousers, watch when Wallace is inside the museum, look at all of the different exhibits.
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Waffle writes:
Also, Look at The Newspapers, a series of Headlines offer Variant "Golden Boys" spellings, and when Grommit reads the paper at the cafe, the headline reads "Dog Reads Paper". Also in a close Shave, when Grommit is in prison, Feathers leaves a message in the wall for the audience to read. =)
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Waffle writes:
Also, Grommit Reads a Book ((I think in wrong trousers)) of Plato's yet the book is credited to Pluto.
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Jamie Spong writes:
If you go to the National Museum of Photography, Film & TV (in Bradford, England) you can see the (original) set for the bit in the wrong trousers where Wallace is in the trousers, stealing the diamond, and there is a case in the foreground with some ancient penguins that look like Feathers (you can also see this in the program).
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Johngo Kongo writes:
Perhaps they thought of his name before they invented the actual character...
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