High-speed photography allows fast moving phenomena to be recorded with precision and clarity. While in 1948 high-speed photography was defined as a set of at least 3 photographs taken by a camera capable of recording a minimum of 128 frames per second, today’s equipment can shoot as many as 1 million frames per second.
High-speed photography was first put to practical use in 1878 to investigate whether or not a trotting horse ever has all 4 feet off the ground at once. What did the images show?
“Pity does not Validate Cowardice”
Who: Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard – David McCallum
What: NCIS -TV Episode – ‘You are not Alone’
Read More: http://www.tvfanatic.com/2013/01/ncis-review-you-are-not-alone/
Who: Fred Flintstone
Where: The Flintstones – TV show
Read More: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Flintstones
Don’t be obsessed with your desires Danny. The Zen philosopher, Basho, once wrote, ‘A flute with no holes, is not a flute. A donut with no hole, is a Danish.’ He was a funny guy. – Ty Webb – Caddyshack (1980)
19th century slang which was popularized more recently by the movie Tombstone. Means “I’m the man you’re looking for”.
Nowadays it’s usually used as a response to a threat or challenge, as in the movie.
“Who thinks they can beat me?”
“I’m your huckleberry.”
Elementary, my dear Watson
Who: Sherlock Holmes (Basil Rathbone)
Where: Movie – Hound of the Baskervilles
To infinity and beyond!
Who: Buzz Lightyear
Where: Toy Story – Animated Movie
“Turn To Page 394” is a line used by Alan Rickman’s character, Severus Snape in the film series, Harry Potter, where the phrase features frequently in a particular scene.
Why does the dog wag its tail?
Because the dog is smarter than the tail.
If the tail were smarter, it would wag the dog. – Caption at the beginning of the film, Wag the Dog!
“Come up and see me sometime”, Mae West
“That’ll be the day”, John Wayne – The Searchers – Movie
“His name… is Dalton.”, Jeff Healey in Road House speaking about Patrick Swayze’s character, the new bouncer.