Terminator 2: Judgement Day Easter Egg - Benthic Petroleum

James Cameron directed this film, at the end of which a truck splits open and freezes the T-1000. The truck bears the livery Benthic Petroleum, who also run the drilling platform in 'The Abyss', also directed by Cameron.

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Contributed By: Renton on 10-30-1999
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Czarny writes:
I'm starting to believe, there are two different versions of the film. Some people see quite a different name on the side of the truck - how is it possible to see "Cryoco" instead of "Benthic Petroleum" or "benthic Petroleum" instead of "Cryoco". Who the hell is right???
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Grendel writes:
I've seen both the regular version of T-2 and the Special edition of T-2 with added footage, and the tanker says Liquid Nitrogen.
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miskatonic writes:
This is 100% false. The name on the side of the truck is Cryoco. Miskatonic
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Chromicide writes:
Is it possible that is confusing the tanker seen near the end of the first movie (the on that was blown up) with the one at the end of the second movie? This would certainly make more sense to me.
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Turandot writes:
The pumps at the gas station where Sarah, John and T-800 stop at night also read "Benthic Petroleum". It's not very readable on a TV screen, but you can see it clearly on a big screen.
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Beachie writes:
Maybe I'm mistaken, but I've seen the movie probably 15 times. I think that the tanker truck that froze the T-1000 was "Cryoco"--carrying liquid nitrogen. In the arcade game (which ROCKED until they pulled it a few years ago), it was the same. Besides--there's no reason to chill petroleum products for shipping. "Cryoco" makes more sense for a super-cold liquid--CRYO being the prefix for "cold."
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This is both correct, and totally false. The Benthic Petroleum reference from THE ABYSS is NOT on the truck carrying the liquid nytro, but on the gas pumps at the station Arnold, John and Sarah stop at for gas.
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Ed Duddy writes:
I am looking at the scene where the driver (of the truck) steps out of the car.... Yup the truck reads "Cryoco: Los Angeles, Ca"
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Unfy writes:
The tanker in the first movie was unmarked, apart from 'J&G OIL CO' on the side of the cab.
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Eric writes:
This egg may be know by many, but is nice to add. Still in the factory where the truck breaks apart; by the end of the movie two Sarah Conners can be seen in the same take: the "real" Sarah Conner and the T-1000 disguised as Sarah (confusing her son as to who is his real mother). The fake Sarah Conner is actually Linda Hamilton's real life twin sister. In this case, no special effect or stand-in was necessary.
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Eric writes:
You'll find the same petrol brand in Twister.
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NecrosioN writes:
go to http://gaebalein.20m.com/t2/ there are three screen shots i took... and judge for yourself.... its plain as day if you ask me
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