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Never say neigh again


The first time the phrase “no animals were harmed or mistreated in the making of this film” (or at least something very similar to that) were used in film credits was in ‘Never Say Never Again‘. The Sean Connery Bond film that wasn’t part of the franchise. It was included to make sure people weren’t worried about the fate of a horse that jumped off a cliff in the movie. I suppose we should expect a phrase like “no horsemeat was sneaked into the beef products in this film” next!


About justwilliam1959

I've been on the planet for a more than half a century and I've lost all my hair but not my enthusiasm for life, my wife, reading and music! I started my first blog; With Just A Hint Of Mayhem in February 2009. In May 2011 I began two sister blogs to that first one; With Just A Hint Of Amelia and With Just A Hint Of Learning. A while later I also added the more random Stars In My Glasses to the family :-) Feel free to check them all out and let me know what you think!

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