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:::::: The movie you'll need to host somewhere and then provide a link to it. I'd try contacting who ever it is that hosts the mirrors of the old versions of the flash files that are nolonger found on H*R.com such as the old menus. -- [[User:Nidonocu|Nidonocu]] 12:28, 21 Apr 2005 (UTC)
:::::: The movie you'll need to host somewhere and then provide a link to it. I'd try contacting who ever it is that hosts the mirrors of the old versions of the flash files that are nolonger found on H*R.com such as the old menus. -- [[User:Nidonocu|Nidonocu]] 12:28, 21 Apr 2005 (UTC)
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== Mr. Incredible vs. Trogdor/Progrum? ==
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== Mr. Incredible vs. Trogdor ==
Twice now, I've discovered that people have added that "The Incredibles" makes a reference to Peasant's Quest, when Mirage calls Mr. Incredible's outfit "rather dashing". Such a thing is hideously unlikely. The voices for animated movies are often recorded MONTHS before the movie is actually completed (so the animation can be synched with the voices - it's much more difficult to do it the other way around). The release of The Incredibles (November 5, 2004) and Peasant's Quest (August 2, 2004) were too close. Anyway, "rather dashing" is a semi-common phrase that did not originate with Peasant's Quest. Without something a little more solid connecting the two, there is no reason to believe that the line was added because of Homestar Runner. --[[User:Jay|Jay]] 19:22, 20 Apr 2005 (UTC)
Twice now, I've discovered that people have added that "The Incredibles" makes a reference to Peasant's Quest, when Mirage calls Mr. Incredible's outfit "rather dashing". Such a thing is hideously unlikely. The voices for animated movies are often recorded MONTHS before the movie is actually completed (so the animation can be synched with the voices - it's much more difficult to do it the other way around). The release of The Incredibles (November 5, 2004) and Peasant's Quest (August 2, 2004) were too close. Anyway, "rather dashing" is a semi-common phrase that did not originate with Peasant's Quest. Without something a little more solid connecting the two, there is no reason to believe that the line was added because of Homestar Runner. --[[User:Jay|Jay]] 19:22, 20 Apr 2005 (UTC)
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:The phrase is why he's called Rather Dashing. "You are Rather Dashing. Your cottage" etc.
:The phrase is why he's called Rather Dashing. "You are Rather Dashing. Your cottage" etc.
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Also In The Pixar Story (Found On WALL-E 2- and 3-Disc Sets) John Lasseter says "Progrum" somewhere around the first few minutes
 
== Road Waffles ==
== Road Waffles ==

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